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Community support

Morgans Foundation

Morgans runs the Morgans Foundation. The Foundation pools funds from Morgans, its regional offices, clients and staff, to make meaningful contributions to selected charities.

Since it was established in 2005, the Foundation has donated approximately $7.8 million to over 150 charities around Australia. In 2011, the Foundation was named QCF Corporate Philanthropist of the Year.

We also support

Suicide Prevention Pathways logo

Suicide Prevention Pathways Inc. (SPP) is a not-for-profit community organisation that has been transforming the lives of people at risk of suicide since 2007. SPP delivers services and programs to raise awareness of suicide in our communities through individualised coaching, mentoring, training and education. SPP specialises in providing care and support to those at risk of suicide aged 15 years and over and their support networks. SPP's Talk Suicide Support Service delivers face-to-face outreach support throughout Brisbane and surrounding areas, and extends its reach via telephone, web chat and video platforms.

Leukemia Foundation – World's Greatest Shave

World's Greatest Shave raises funds for the Leukemia Foundation's important work – providing free practical and emotional support to people with blood cancer and their families, as well as investing millions in research.

Charlie Craw Trust

An Education Trust Fund was established in 2011 after Charlie was admitted to hospital with a serious brain infection. After being in a coma for months Charlie has now returned home but he has a long journey of rehabilitation. The Trust will provide funds for essential education and rehabilitation programs for Charlie over the forthcoming years.

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