Wavelength is extremely proud of our partnerships with charitable organisations that share our passion for providing healthcare solutions to communities in need.
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The Fred Hollows Foundation
Wavelength is a Fred Hollows Foundation pledge donor and a founding member of ‘The Miracle Club’. Members provide long-term commitments to the foundation which also provides confidence and security of funds on a multiple year time horizon. We see it as a partnership and not just a means of donating funds to a worthwhile cause.
In recent years Wavelength has offered two employees the opportunity to take part in the Fred Hollows ‘See Australia Challenge’. This offers individuals and organisations the opportunity to raise vital funds to continue Fred’s work, and go on an unforgettable adventure trip to outback Northern Territory. Wavelength has supported employees by providing 50% of the funds required to take part.
Wavies regularly raise money for the organisation and take part in programs and events the Foundation runs. A recent example is the 2015 Fred Hollows Coastrek event. Eight Wavelength employees (two teams) volunteered to take part in this 55km trek which isn’t for the fainthearted! Teams arranged training walks and fundraising events as part of this commitment. Everyone managed to complete the challenge and both teams completed the walk within 15 hours, 15 minutes and over $5500 was raised.
Médecins Sans Frontières
Wavelength International sponsors relevant Médecins Sans Frontières activities, like photographic exhibitions, to support and highlight the extensive and valuable work volunteers and medical professionals do in countries suffering from devastation.
UNSW School of Medicine Wavelength International Indigenous Travel Scholarship
The Wavelength International Indigenous Travel Scholarship provides UNSW medical students outside of the Sydney Metropolitan area with the funds to travel back to their Indigenous community during the academic year and address their local community to encourage more students to consider a degree and career in medicine.