We believe that a piece of fruit a day keeps the doctor away,
that's exactly why we donate to children and health causes.
Police & Community Youth Centres (PCYC) is one of WA's largest not-for-profit youth development service providers. PCYC provides recreational, diversionary and educational activities to young people to assist them in becoming valued members of the community.
Autism Association of Western Australia
The Autism Association of Western Australia is an autism specific not-for profit that provides services to individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Using peer reviewed research in the field, they also give support to families in an effort to make a positive difference to the lives of people with ASD.
Mission Australia is proudly sponsored by our own “Fruit in a Bottle” smoothies. On Christmas Day 2014, 2000 bottles were donated to Christmas in The Park in Wellington Square. The event gathered people to connect and build community ties and spread festive cheer.
Ronald McDonald House
Ronald McDonald House enables country families with a child undergoing treatment for cancer or other life threatening illnesses at Perth Children’s Hospital to stay together in a safe and homelike environment during treatment. Children need their parents close by for comfort and for parents, it's a place where they can find support and friendship with other resident families.
Dorothy Surman House
In 2003, Wembley resident Dorothy Surman left her entire estate to Perth Children’s Hospital with a desire that it be used to help Western Australian sick and injured children. A property on Hay Street was purchased with the money from her estate and is used by the hospital as an outpatient and support facility. Now named Dorothy Surman House, the building is used to support various clinics from Perth Children’s Hospital, with different groups utilizing it daily.
On Mondays, there is a clinic for new migrant families which works primarily with refugee children. Vitalicious eagerly jumped on-board this program to support the children by supplying lovely fresh fruit to the clinic.
Red Cross Good Start
The program aims to provide a healthy nutritious breakfast daily to primary school children all around Australia. A weekly donation of fruit from Vitalicious provides variation for the Breadfast Club. Students also learn and develop social, living and nutritional skills.
Vitalicious donates fresh fruit weekly to Red Cross soup kitchen. The Soup kitchen helps feed the homeless and the hungry.