Other Community Partners
Give Me 5 for Kids
Give Me 5 for Kids Tasmania raises funds essential in providing leading edge equipment to improve children’s hospital facilities across the state. Hawthorn Football Club provides a helping hand to raise funds ensuring sick children and their families receive support in their time of need.
Cancer Council Tasmania
Cancer Council Tasmania is a not for profit organisation working to reduce the prevalence and impact of cancer in Tasmania. Hawthorn Football Club works to raise much needed funds and awareness aimed at realising the hopes of a cancer free future.
Starlight Children’s Foundation provides programs integral in caring for seriously ill children. The Hawthorn Football Club is proud to support Starlight in delivering memorable experiences for seriously ill children and their families. Led by our emerging leaders group at the Club, players visit the Starlight Express Rooms at both Monash Children’s Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital numerous times throughout the year on their days off from the Club.
Established in 1979, Life Education, a Health Promotion Charity is the largest non-government provider of drug and health education to Australian children. Partnering with schools each year and also working within the community, they provide tailored learning experience for children to empower them to develop the knowledge, strategies, confidence and skills needed to make safer and healthier choices.
SEDA is an education program that exists to engage, educate and empower young people as they transition from school to employment or further study. SEDA students assist Hawthorn Football Club staff to deliver a number of community programs and activities while the club provides students with practical experience.
Blue Ribbon Foundation
The Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation perpetuates the memory of members of the Victoria Police killed in the line of duty through the support of worthwhile community projects within Victoria.
We can do nothing to bring them back but as a grateful community we can take steps to honour their memory and ensure their sacrifice is acknowledged through a range of projects that benefit the wider community.
The Beacon Foundation, established in 1988 in Tasmania, has grown to become a national not for profit organisation, operating in all Australian states and territories.
Beacon believe every young person has the right to hope, a job, financial opportunity and the sense of personal success this provide them. Beacon focuses on disadvantaged communities and areas of high youth disengagement and unemployment, where the risk and the need are greatest. Beacon work with schools, businesses and communities to help bring relevance to the curriculum, and inspire young people to think about careers and experience the workplace, long before they leave school. This helps school retention rates and teaches real-life skills, preparing them for the workplace.