In 2021, AOT Consulting allocated funds to buy blankets and other goods for the Forrest Centre Winter Appeal, which is organised by No Limits in Perth.
In 2022, we are pleased to continue our support and have doubled the contribution made in 2021.
No Limits Perth are making a difference by helping victims of domestic violence, people that are homeless or at risk of homelessness, those affected by mental health, the elderly, sick children and single parented families.
“We believe that by helping the less fortunate, victims of domestic violence, vulnerable families and children, the elderly, those affected by fire, new comers & those just doing it tough, No Limits Perth can make the difference.
By providing practical help by means of food hampers, furniture, toiletries & basic essentials, our aim is to help equip and empower you to keep your faith and give you hope to believe for a brighter future.
Without the support of our Sponsors and the generosity and kindness of our members, No Limits Perth Inc. would not be able to help the amount of people we do.
Helping members of the community in crisis.
Restoring love, faith & hope, one random act of kindness at a time.”
People living with Autism face unique challenges that can make it difficult for them to develop self-confidence and make genuine connections. Learning to surf offers a fun, healthy, and unique way for people on the Autism spectrum to develop their confidence, boost self-esteem and make connections with others. That’s why Ocean Heroes was formed by Sam Moyle, Luke Hallam and Tom Johnston in 2016.
We provide a unique opportunity for people on the Autism spectrum to take part in organised sport backed by a highly supported, safe and inclusive environment. By running free events and one-on-one surfing experiences, we offer the Autism community the chance to experience the thrill of riding a wave!
We are raising funds to buy our own surfboards, wetsuits, lifejackets and a van to be able to take Ocean Heroes all over the state and make it more accessible, safe and fun. We believe everyone on the autism spectrum should have the opportunity to go surfing!
No matter how small, your donation will help us continue our work, and that means the world to us.
Manna is a compassionate charitable organisation providing hope and dignity to the hungry, the lonely, the disadvantaged and the underprivileged community in Perth, WA. From what began as the simple act of feeding a few homeless people in a park, Manna has grown to become one of the largest providers of meals to the homeless and disadvantaged people in Perth.
Founded in 1996 by Bev and John Lowe, Manna is a mainly volunteer operated charity with over 100 volunteers who give their time on a regular basis to prepare and deliver consistent food services to those in need. By assisting Perth’s most vulnerable, Manna improves their health and sense of wellbeing and provides a better outcome for the community while inspiring positive social change.
Donations enable Manna to provide food, clothing & essential items to disadvantaged West Australians.
Foodbank WA was established in 1994 by an initiative backed by donations from Lotteries Commission of Western Australia and Rio Tinto. In addition to a purpose-built facility at Perth Airport, Foodbank WA now also operates distribution centres in Albany, Bunbury, Geraldton, Boulder, Mandurah and Joondalup.
Foodbank WA is now helping to feed more than 40,000 people every month.
The Magic Coat is an analogy of an imaginary coat that helps children to feel safe and deal with a number of difficult situations they may come across in their young lives. The strategies for dealing with these situations are taught using a range of workshops, books and merchandise.
The Magic Coat encourages children to use strategies that enhance a positive energy, so that they can become confident and resilient but also radiate the positive qualities of love, happiness, compassion and kindness. Positive people feel safe, happy and relaxed and, because the vibe that they radiate is welcoming, they make friends easily.
Donations assist in funding The Magic Coat resources and workshops for children in hospitals, foster care, prisons and disadvantaged schools.
Helping Little Hands provides practical support to families of premature and sick babies.
WA Charity Direct has been ‘fuelling cuddles’ since 2019. We proudly support Helping Little Hands fuel and transport program as families with babies in the NICU come from all over WA. Quite often the cost and time of travel to KEMH every day becomes an insurmountable cost. Heartbreakingly, some families are forced to choose between feeding their families or putting fuel in their car to visit their baby. WA Charity Direct’s funding directly addresses this by provision of fuel and transport vouchers to those families identified by the hospital Social Workers.
WA Charity Direct is proudly a Western Australian based charitable group that focuses solely on supporting the people of Western Australia. WA Charity Direct was established in 2005 and with the support of our loyal membership, we have made a significant difference to the lives of thousands of individuals and families.
The Smith Family is a children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.
The following presents some of the previous initiatives AOT Consulting has supported.
In 2019, we supported the launch of a short film produced by Something Productions, a multidisciplinary production company that works across film, live performance and contemporary art. Something Productions blend these art forms to create innovative projects that endeavour to change the creative landscape of Australia and further. Its ethos of empathy and entertainment propel it to collaborate with a wide variety of artists to produce the most affective works.
We recognise it is nearly impossible to look for a job or a house, when you are hungry, cold and on the streets. So we aim to meet our guests immediate needs of food, clothing and shelter, and this frees them up to be able to focus on getting healthy, finding a job, house and re-connecting with their family.
Since 1984, TADWA has supported people with disabilities, older people and carers to be independent and safe in their homes and community.
Its purpose: “Enriching lives through solutions for independence”
Make a Difference WA is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to raise significant funds through various projects to make a difference to the lives of those in necessitous circumstances, thereby improving the overall quality of life across Western Australian communities.
The Foundation endeavours to give a helping hand to disadvantaged West Australians who fall through the cracks and cannot find any funding support.
Provides homeless individuals with a discreet and free opportunity where in the one-hour time it takes to wash and dry their clothes, blankets, etc. they are able to take a seat in one of the provided chairs and have a positive and genuine conversation between everyday volunteers and everyday friends on the street whilst enjoying a freshly cooked meal.
Provides work attire, mentoring support and career development tools for WA women to gain employment. Provides support in terms of building confidence for a job interview, resume writing assistance or simply a friendly supportive environment for women who may just need a little extra help to move them forward.