Community Involvement

Members of the Inspired Team have been touched by cancer, chronic illness and mental illness personally and through family members and friends. We understand the impact these illnesses and the general stresses and strains of everyday life can have on people and families. We support not-for-profit organisations and research bodies striving to improve our collective health and well-being. The Inspired Team also recognises the significant contribution individuals in the community make when they donate their time, effort and bodies to a variety of health and well-being related causes to support not-for-profit organisations and research bodies.

The Inspired Team have committed to supporting individuals or groups in their quest to raise funds for health and well-being related causes through featuring the individual or group and their cause on this site, linking to their donation page (if applicable) and donating to their particular cause. The Inspired Team aims to support a cause a minimum of four times a year.

We are also a Charter Partner for T
he Charter for Compassion. The Charter for Compassion, facilitated by the Compassionate Action Network International (CANI), is a document that transcends religious, ideological and national differences. The Charter for Compassion is a cooperative effort to restore not only compassionate thinking but, more importantly, compassionate action to the centre of religious, moral and political life. For more information or to sign the Charter, please visit the
Charter for Compassion.


June 2016: Soldier On.
This charity group supports those who have served for our Country by focusing on their physical and mental health, their community and their future. Find out more about them by visiting
Soldier On The Inspired Team made a monetary donation towards this cause.


June 2016: Legacy. This is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and volunteers that provides services to around 80,000 families of veterans who have died or given their health for our Country. The Inspired Team made a monetary donation towards a fundraising duo who were tackling the Kokoda Trail to raise money and awareness for our veterans. To find out more information about
Legacy go to their website.


April 2016: World's Greatest Shave. The Inspired Team took part in this annual event which raises money to go towards research to find better treatments and cures for leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. Money raised also goes towards supporting families and patients when they have to live away from home to receive treatment, by offering transport to appointments and by providing emotional support during this very difficult time. The Inspired Team managed to raise $1,000 for this cause. For more information please visit World's Greatest Shave.


November 2013:
June O'Connor Centre. In recognition of Mental Health Month and Mental Health Week (6-13 October), the Inspired Team hosted a Pamper Party for Mental Health on the 17th of November. Friends of the Inspired Team attended the activity that promoted good mental health, in order to donate to a service that supports mental health The June O'Connor Centre. The Centre has been operating in Perth for 24 years and now has five centres located in Subiaco, Fremantle, Joondalup, Rockingham and Mandurah. The Centre provides a range of support services to people aged 18+ with experience of mental illness and referred by a clinician to live well in the community of their choice. For more information about the Centre and its activities, please contact Head Office on 9381 7175 or visit the Center's website. The event raised $300 in donations to the centre.

October 2013: Warwick Veterinary Hospital. The Life and Animal Protection Society (L.A.P.S) closed down and were re-homing their remaining cats and kittens through the Warwick Veterinary Hospital. The Inspired Team donated 17 'Kitty Kits' to the Clinic for people who adopt a kitten. The kits were valued at $15 each and contained a feeding bowl, two toys and a very user friendly 96 page book on how to care for the new addition. Stock has run out but for more information on how to adopt a cat or kitten, please contact the Hospital via email warwickvet@hotmail.com or phone: 9243 1997.

October 2013: WA Women Motorcycle Riders Pink Ribbon Ride. WA Women Motorcycle Riders (WAWMR) led a Pink Ribbon ride from Middle Swan to Barbagello Raceway on the 27th October 2013 and raised over $2,000 for the Cancer Council. The Inspired Team donated two $25 Gift Vouchers for spot prizes on the day.

September 2013: Oxfam Trailwalker. The 2013 Oxfam Trailwalker was held on the 18th - 20th of October in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney to raise funds for Oxfam Australia. In Perth 300+ teams walked 100km of good old WA bush within 48 hours from Kalamunda to Chidlow. The Inspired Team, in complete awe of what they were voluntarily embarking on, donated $50 to Perth's 'F and C admin team.' Please visit the Trailwalker website for information or to make a donation for the coming year


September 2013:
Forgotten Australians; Tuart Place Fremantle Western Australia. Forgotten Australians Coming Together Inc (FACT) is Western Australia’s representative body for people who were in out-of-home care during childhood, including Former Child Migrants from the UK and Malta, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian-born care leavers. Tuart Place offers services free of charge and are available to people who experienced any form of out-of-home care in Western Australia. Tuart Place currently offers Counselling, Support Groups, Life Skills courses and one off sessions, Social Activities, and assistance with Family Tracing, Obtaining Records, Computer Skills and Complaints against past providers of out-of-home care. For information regarding Forgotten Australians or Tuart Place, please visit/contact the website
Phone: (08) 6140 2380 or Freecall 1800 619 795; Email: admin@tuartplace.org. The Inspired Team provided a ‘Pamper Hamper’ valued at $110 for Tuart Place to raffle in September 2013.


July/August 2013: Carol Williams - Ride to Conquer Cancer. The Sunsuper Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR) is a cycling journey through the scenic countryside of Western Australia that Carol embarked on to fight cancer. It was a challenge in a number of ways, but with her bike, helmet, lots of caffeine and community generosity, a real impact was made. We all have a link to cancer in some way, we are either the victims of this disease or know someone affected or have even lost someone to cancer. Carol Williams, participant ID # 970429-3. The Inspired Team donated $1 from each hamper and gift sale from the 19th of July to the 31st of August