Peak Potential Adventures and the expedition team are proud to be supporting the following charities with their Global Adventure Challenges. Our list of charities will continue to grow as we grow.
VOTSA – Veterans Off The Streets Australia
VOTSA’s mission is to assist homeless Veterans and ex-service personnel in finding crisis, temporary and permanent accommodation. To actively find and assist Veteran and ex-service personnel families who are looking for accommodation related assistance and provide a concierge service for related areas to at risk personnel and their families.
Our aims are to provide Awareness – Support – Access
Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter
The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter (Helirescue) is a not-for-profit community organisation based in Lismore, just west of Byron Bay in northern New South Wales. It is charged with the responsibility of ensuring the residents and visitors to our region have the best possible aero-medical helirescue service available to them when needed, free of charge.
For over 30 years, it has provided an aero-medical rescue service to the region. During this period Helirescue crews have flown more than 8500 life-saving missions. Currently the rescue helicopter averages 6-7 missions a week. The on-duty crews are readily available at the Lismore Helicopter Base and are on call, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Your efforts can give someone the chance of a better tomorrow.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance
Cerebral Palsy Alliance is committed to providing world-class services for people living with a broad range of disabilities, and their families. We have a 70 year history of supporting people with cerebral palsy and are driving global collaboration in cerebral palsy research. We are here to make a difference in people’s lives and support them in connecting and engaging them with their communities.
Your support will empower people today and change the lives of future generations.
Make A Wish Australia
Make-A-Wish®Australia grants the wishes of seriously-ill children and young people, providing hope,strength and joy when they are needed most. Each year, hundreds of children and teenagers across Australia are affected by life-threatening conditions. Beyond their illness, these children all share a common bond-they all have wishes and hopes for the future.
They wish to be doctors and fire-fighters, to go to exotic places or their ancestral homelands. They wish to meet their sports heroes or the world’s most influential business people. Some children wish to have a laptop computer, and others wish for a pet they can share their time and love with.