On Friday 23 October, ESV held a Pink themed Morning Tea in support of the Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day.
The Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day helps raise funds to minimise the threat of women's cancers through successful prevention, best treatment, support and world-class cancer research.
Everyone dressed in pink to show their support and to help raise money to beat women's cancers.
ESV holds these fundraisers quarterly to help give back to the community and to support worthwhile charitable organisations.
To find out more about Pink Ribbon Day and how you can donate, visit their website.
NEWS: ESV Sponsors Jewish House Golf Day
On Thursday 3 September 2015, ESV was proud to once again sponsor and take part in the Jewish House Annual Golf Day.
Over 100 players participated in the event, held at the Bonnie Doon Golf Club in Pagewood, to gather together in support for Jewish House.
Jewish House is a safe haven open to any member of the public in need. They provide 24/7 crisis support in the form of counselling, immediate crisis intervention, food and shelter and job search support.
ESV was proud to be a Gold Sponsor for the event and to show our support for the tremendous work done by Jewish House.
ESV has continued its proud involvement in community and charitable events, recently sponsoring the “Aqua Army” in the Camp Quality 2014 esCarpade, Broken Hill to Albury.
esCarpade is one of Camp Quality's biggest annual national fundraisers and one of Australia's wackiest outback motoring adventures. It is a culmination of year-round fundraising by dedicated and hard-working fundraisers committed to making laughter the best medicine.
In 2013 the event went from Bundaberg to Wollongong and raised over $1.2 million making it one of Camp Quality’s most successful fundraising events (this allowed us to help more than 1,250 children living with cancer and their families in Australia).
Now in its 23rd year, esCarpade entrants hit the road for seven days (driving distances of 300-350km each day - all off the beaten track) in vehicles that are at least 20 years old. It’s not a race or a rally, it's a week-long outback motoring adventure, all for a great cause.
The Aqua Army has successfully raised nearly $20,000 which will go towards the many awesome programs run by Camp Quality, which ultimately help children with cancer and their families.