Giving back to your society feels good, there's no denying that. Savvy proudly supports these charities, sports and projects.
Childhood Cancer Association
Savvy is a proud partner and supporter of the Childhood Cancer Association. Currently, the Childhood Cancer Association supports children with cancer and their families from South Australia, Northern Territory and country Victoria/New South Wales.
We welcome all of our Savvy clients to be a part of this great cause and provide ongoing and practical hands on support for children living with cancer, and their families.
Kids Under Cover
Savvy is a proud partner of national youth homelessness charity Kids Under Cover, taking part in its Donate Your Car Program.
The Donate Your Car program is a ground breaking initiative from Kids Under Cover, a charity that has worked to prevent youth homelessness since 1989. Kids Under Cover together with platinum partner Manheim, collects donor cars for auction. 100% of the total proceeds are put towards Kids Under Cover’s home building, academic and mentoring programs. All vehicles valued at $5,000 or more by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) are eligible for a tax deduction.
The Adelaide Comets FC are a soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. The club competes in the National Premier Leagues South Australia. They are based in Adelaide's western suburb of Mile End and play home games at Santos Stadium.
The club now boasts one of the largest junior based clubs in South Australia with 370 junior players, along with three SAASL Amateur men's teams, FFSA Open Age Women's and a respected seniors squad who after gaining promotion through the FFSA State and Premier League competitions now competes in the states top division of football, The FFSA Super League. Thus totalling an impressive number of nearly 500 registered players across the club.
The Orangutan Project
The Orangutan Project (TOP) is the world's foremost not-for-profit organisation, supporting orangutan conservation, rainforest protection, local community partnerships and the rehabilitation and reintroduction of displaced orangutans back to the wild, in order to save the two orangutan species from extinction.
The organisation provides technical and financial assistance directly to conservation projects and orangutan rescue and rehabilitation centres. This includes much needed resources for the day-to-day care needs, the reintroduction of orphaned orangutans and the locating and securing of release sites. Presently there are over 2,000 orphaned orangutans living in care centres in Borneo and Sumatra.