Ray White Epping – Supporting Local Community Since day one, Ray White Epping has always abided by the philosophy that it is important to give back to the community so that it can prosper. The premise is that if you help to provide employment, educational, sporting and recreational opportunities for young people that will help to promote and maintain a strong sense of community in an area. Traineeships have been offered at Ray White Epping Office for the last decade and are one such example. Facilitated in conjunction with local Employment agencies, Ray White Epping provides training opportunities for post year 12 leavers to learn all facets of the industry from administration through to sales and if they wish, the opportunity to continue to build a career beyond the program.
Sponsorships Each year Ray White Epping makes a commitment to actively sponsor a range of charities, local sporting groups and schools. Support varies from financial contributions towards improving facilities, the purchase of sporting attire and equipment, to in-kind marketing and promotional support.
Ray White Epping currently supports the following:
The Royal Childrens Hospital Good Friday Appeal brings together people from all parts of the community to raise much needed funds for equipment, research and education to support the work of The Royal Children’s Hospital.
The EJ Whitten Foundation is the leading men’s health not-for-profit charity organisation in Australia increasing the awareness of prostate cancer and raising funds for research into preventing and treating the disease. Ray White Epping contributes sponsorship towards making possible the staging of the annual Ray White EJ Whitten Legends game as part of the Ray White Victoria/Tasmania network.
Run Melbourne– Presented by the Age for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) is dedicated to finding a cure for cancer. We finance facilities not provided for by government, filling a vital funding gap in Australian cancer research funding. We award grants between $1.5m and $10m for major projects with the potential to produce real breakthroughs for cancer patients. On Sunday 18th of July, cancer survivor and Ray White Epping Principal – Jerry Papaluca, completed the 5km fun run raising money for the ACRF in the process.
Challenge is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers daily support to children and families living with cancer. Since 1983, Challenge has helped over 25,000 children and families, making a real difference to their quality of life from the moment they are diagnosed, through treatment and beyond.
Bundoora United Soccer Club receive sponsorship to support programs in place at the clubs.