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Supporting CommunityIt is our aim to always act in the best interests of the community in appreciation of their support.

We believe in the community. We feel responsible to make a positive impact on the world around us. Through our long-term commitment to charity, we allow others to benefit from our mutual success.

Flood volunteers working

 

Queensland Floods 2011

Flood Horror and Tragedy bookWhen the devastating floods of January 2011 hit Brisbane, Aqua-Tech's premises was under threat of flooding from nearby Norman Creek.

Our staff immediately engaged in helping local residents and businesses to sandbag their properties to safeguard them against the rising, muddy waters. Once the destructive floodwaters subsided our team involved themselves in the cleanup effort, providing food, equipment and valuable assistance to residents in flood-affected Brisbane suburbs, such as Chelmer and Oxley.

To provide ongoing assistance to flood victims, Aqua-Tech supported the Flood Horror & Tragedy initiative by purchasing a quantity of books which we distributed to our valued clients. The profits generated from the sale of this publication were donated to Australian Red Cross and other charities to support flood victims.

LifeFlight (previously RACQ CareFlight)

LifeFlightAqua-Tech is a proud supporter of LifeFlight (previously known as RACQ CareFlight) with generous ongoing donations since 2012.

LifeFlight is a not-for-profit community rescue helicopter service supporting the communities of southern Queensland. After 30 years of service, LifeFlight relies heavily on community support for almost half of their funding.

Check out the latest media releases to learn about some of the great things LifeFlight does for the community.

Queensland Floods 2013

Australian Red CrossIn January 2013, parts of Queensland were again devastated by bad weather. Authorities say more than 7500 people were affected by the disaster, with over 3000 homes flooded.

During this time, Australian Red Cross provided assistance through 19 recovery centres set up across the state. They also established the Queensland Floods Appeal 2013 in partnership with Queensland government to provide assistance to individuals, families and communities directly affected by the floods, tornados and storm damage.

Aqua-Tech proudly supported this appeal.

The Kids' Cancer ProjectThe Kids' Cancer Project

The Kids' Cancer Project is an Australian charity focused on finding cures for childhood cancer, such as brain tumours and neuroblastoma. This is time-consuming, painstaking specialist work, and it's an area where more money really does make all the difference.

Aqua-Tech supports The Kid's Cancer Project through regular monthly donations. We share their belief that 'every child with cancer should have the opportunity to grow up and live their dreams'.

 

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