Matrix CNI in the Community
We proudly support a number of charitable organisations
Matrix CNI is proud to support Childfund Australia and children who live in poverty around the world.
In addition to donating regularly, we sponsor a child. Sponsoring a child is one of the best and easiest ways to make a real difference to children living in poverty. We sponsor a little girl called Evonne in Kenya.
Evonne and her family
By doing this we know that we are supporting not only Evonne but her family and community. Our sponsorship means that the whole community benefits in areas such as education, water, healthcare and more. We know that our support will live on in the community for years to come so that Evonne and her children will benefit from our support.
Childfund Australia works in partnership with children and their communities to create lasting and meaningful change by supporting long term community development and promoting children’s rights. Together we can create change for children.
Supporting people with sight loss
Matrix CNI takes social responsibility seriously, so along with our other community contributions we have decided to help the NSW/ACT Guide Dogs in their quest to support people with sight loss. It takes over 2 years to raise, train and transform playful pups into brilliant Guide Dogs and Therapy Dogs - a journey only made possible by support like ours.
We help by sponsoring Bud as he takes the journey where we’ll see him grow from a cute and cuddly tail-wagger to a loyal and trusted companion. As Bud continues to develop along his journey, we will posts his ‘Pupdates’.
In addition, our Managing Director, Deni, and his family have just been approved to raise their second puppy. Unbelievably the first one, Richie, made it with flying colours and continues his valuable service as a guide dog. We will also give you details and Pupdates of that as it comes to hand.
Mission Possible – No matter when or where they’re needed, Careflight pilots are ready. They can be airborne within three minutes of an emergency call, bringing the hospital to the patient