Supporting the Community

Insitec supports a range of charities and organisations that benefit the community in which we live and work. Groups we support include:

Centre for Newborn Care, Canberra Hospital

The Centre for Newborn Care at the Canberra Hospital provides neonatal care each year for up to 700 babies,  from the ACT and surrounding regions. It is the only tertiary care neonatal unit in the region.  The Centre provides the best possible care for these at-risk babies and their families. The foundation raises funds for equipment and patient and family centered care, providing hope to thousands of families throughout ACT and surrounding regions.

Charity Computers Australia

Insitec support Charity Computers Australia through donating our old computers.  Charity Computers Australia provides IT training and affordable computers to community members who otherwise could not afford access to IT.  Charity Computers Australia also helps the environment they guarantee that less than 5% of any donation received will see landfill. E-waste is a serious issue and Insitec are proud to support the comprehensive reuse and recycle programs Charity Computers  Australia offers.

Fusion

Fusion is a youth and community organisation that helps young people socially at risk, “Fusion focuses on community building and helping people find a sense of belonging and purpose”. Fusion offers a wide range of activities for all ages and backgrounds. It helps to create a healthy and caring community and nurtures new generations. Fusion emerged in Australia in 1960 and today has over 200 staff and thousands of volunteers in teams around Australia.

Special Children’s Christmas Party

The Special Children’s Christmas Party, proudly supporting Make-A-Wish® Australia, has a goal to provide in excess of 1,600 children with a day they will never forget. The children come from four major groups: The terminally ill, the intellectually impaired, physically impaired and also the underprivileged who may be suffering from domestic violence or physical abuse. Children arrive from all over the region for the party for a very special day.