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Giving Back

CeremonyCast is proud to support a range of Australian charities helping people through different life issues.

We see at first-hand the inspiring work they do in the community and we’re glad to give back by regularly donating. Choosing CeremonyCast means you too are directly helping these deserving causes.

NSW Guide Dogs
NSW Guide Dogs

This month we're supporting NSW Guide Dogs, in memory of Carolina, whose memorial ceremony we live streamed.

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Great Cycle Challenge

This month we're supporting CeremonyCast's Jason de Plater who is fund raising for the Great Cycle Challenge Australia. This charity raises money to fight cancers in young children. So far Jason has raised more than $3k and cycled almost 200km.

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Below the Belt Pedalthon

This month we're supporting ANZUP, a charity that conducts clinical trials research to improve treatment of bladder, kidney, testicular, penile and prostate cancers. CeremonyCast's Jason de Plater is raising money in the Below the Belt Pedalthon.

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Warren Glennie Funeral
Legacy Australia

This month we're supporting Legacy Australia in memory of Major General Warren Glenny AO RFD ED (Rtd), whose funeral we live streamed from All Saint's Church in North Parramatta.

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Tim’s Dementia Appeal

This month we're supporting a fundraiser for Dementia Australia, in memory of Tm Granger, whose funeral we live streamed. Tim was passionate about helping others in any way he could and Dementia Australia offered him a pathway to help.

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Anzac Appeal
Anzac Appeal

This month – to mark Anzac Day – we're supporting the Anzac Appeal 2023. The appeal is a major fundraising campaign to raise money to support veterans and their families.

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DIPG
Run DIPG

This month we're supporting RUN DIPG, a charity supporting children with cancer. Our donation is in memory of 5 year old Alex, whose funeral we live streamed.

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Australian Red Cross

This month we're supporting the Australian Red Cross Earthquake Appeal. Thousands of people have been killed and tens of thousands injured after two major earthquakes in Turkey and northern Syria. The scale of need is immense, with many thousands of people in desperate need of emergency relief assistance such as first aid, health, shelter and non-food items.

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Big Issue
The Big Issue Australia

This month we're supporting The Big Issue Australia. Our donation is in memory of Big Issue seller Marcus, whose funeral we live streamed. Our money will directly help to set up a vendor with access to digital payment technology.

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Red Ribbon Appeal

This month we're supporting ACON's annual Red Ribbon Appeal which raises money and awareness about HIV, show solidarity with people living with HIV, and remember those we have lost to an AIDS-related illness.

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Headspace

This month we're supporting Headspace after live streaming the funerals of several young people who struggled with their mental health. Mental health difficulties are the most common health challenges for young people.

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The NEULUNE Foundation

This month we're supporting NELUNE Foundation in memory of Mark, whose funeral ceremony we live streamed. The foundation is committed to providing world-class facilities and services to cancer patients.

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Redfern Legal Centre

This month we're supporting the Redfern Legal Centre as they support those who have been affected by the collapse of the Youpla funeral insurance fund.

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PanKind

We're pleased to support PanKind, the Australian Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. CeremonyCast has made a donation in memory of a young Mum whose funeral ceremony we lived streamed.

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Palliative Care Australia

Palliative Care Australia advocate for access to quality palliative care for everyone who needs it, improved access to grief and bereavement support and educating Australians about end-of-life care.

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UNICEF
UNICEF Australia

his month we're supporting @unicefaustralia and their fundraiser for Ukraine. The images and stories coming from the war zone are heartbreaking.

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Chris O’Brien Lifehouse

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse is a hospital that is solely dedicated to treating and researching cancer. We treat all types of cancers, specialising in those that are complex and rare.

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Street Side Medics

Street Side Medics is a not-for-profit delivering a free, GP led, mobile medical service to people experiencing homelessness.

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Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation

Nobody loves Christmas more than children – the anticipation, the food, and of course, the visits from Santa!  This year some kids will be too sick, ill or injured to be where they want to be.

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LGBTIQ+ Health Australia

This month we've been saddened that we've live streamed at least two funerals for members of the LGBTIQ+ community who have taken their own lives through depression.

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Griefline

On the roller coaster emotions of grief, an expert listener makes the world of difference. So this month we are pleased to donate to Griefline.

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Dementia Australia

This month, we live streamed a graveside funeral for a much-loved man who faced dementia. His family asked for donations in lieu of flowers and we also decided to contribute.

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Lifeline
Lifeline Australia

Over the past few months as we’ve all had to cope with extended lockdowns due to COVID, we’ve livestreamed funeral ceremonies for people who found it too difficult, and who took their own life.

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Willow Tree Foundation
The Willow Tree Foundation

We filmed a beautiful funeral ceremony for a little boy which was deeply affecting. The death of a baby or child is traumatic for all involved so we wanted to help the professionals who offer support to families facing this unthinkable grief.

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