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Here at Rose Partners, we are strong supporters of community activities. If you would like to be a part of our events, please call our office for more information.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Rose Partners team has supported the Ronald McDonald House Charity by getting in the kitchen and cooking for the families of seriously ill children who were staying at the house. Not only was our food a huge success, but we received the gratitude and appreciation of some wonderful people who were being supported by the charity. We intend to make this a regular event and are already planning our next one. The Charity relies on Volunteers to help ease the load on families by washing, gardening, reading to the children, talking to the parents and organising play activities. You could help to building a brighter future for the children and make life easier for their families by getting involved in the RMH Charity, or donating through us or at

Good Friday Appeal

One of our team members, Kusal, recently went bald for charity. Kusal put himself in the hands of some amateur hairdressers and leg waxers to raise money for the Good Friday Appeal. We want to congratulate Kusal on his new hairstyle and a brilliant job, smashing his donations goal of $1,500, and supporting the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.

Community Sponsorship - Community Cricket Club

An example of our community involvement is sponsorship of the Community Cricket Club “The Glen Waverley Cougars”.

We hope they will have a successful season. Good luck guys!

RSPCA Cupcake Day

Our staff had a great time supporting the RSPCA in August by taking part in their Cupcake Day. The whole idea was to fight animal cruelty by raising funds and awareness for the RSPCA while enjoying different types of cupcakes. We even had “Pupcakes” for your furry friends to enjoy. We would like to thank everyone who contributed, through your donations we have managed to raise over $500 for a great cause.

Red Cross Blood Drive

The Rose Partners team took part in the Red Cross Blood Drive in December. The Red Cross Blood Service is an incredible organisation that saves the lives of people every day. Statistics show that one in three people will need blood and there is no better feeling than knowing you could potentially save the lives of three people in just a few minutes. By donating together as a team it encouraged those who would not normally go or have never donated blood in the past to participate.

Royal Children’s Hospital Run for the Kids

Run for the kids is an annual event here at Rose Partners, it is always a fun day out with family and friends while most importantly getting involved to raise money and awareness for the incredible work done at the Royal Children’s Hospital. The Royal Children’s Hospital improves the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents through not only healthcare but research and education as well. Most families will come into direct contact with the work of the hospital at some stage throughout life. This is a major reason to do all we can to support a great cause.

If you would like to make a difference and donate please contact our office.

Wear for Success

The Rose Partners Team proudly donate to the charity Wear for Success. The charity helps people in difficult circumstances to support themselves, by empowering them and assisting through the Job interview process. They provide coaching as well as clothing and accessories targeted at getting the job and keeping it.

Services are delivered to a broad cross-section of people who come to them via referral agencies. Their individual situations are varied, but they all require caring support to regain the confidence they need to find employment. They include the long term unemployed, migrants, people with mental health issues, indigenous Australians and young people.

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