Packed passenger jets take off from Sydney’s airport every day filled with happy and excited passengers, but one flight is a little more special, and a lot more exciting, than all the rest - the Jumbo Joy Flight.
The RIDBC is just one of the many charitable foundations supported by Hyundai Help for Kids, which was established in January 2014 as part of the company’s global Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, ‘Moving the World Together’. Half the money is raised from the 162 dealerships that make up the Hyundai National Dealer Network, with that total matched by Hyundai Motor Company Australia.
Four new worthy organisations have recently been added to the list, including Hyundai Help for Kids Lions Academy, Life Education Australia, Redkite and the widely admired Camp Quality.
All four will receive financial assistance and/or help with motor vehicles.
Redkite provides financial, emotional and educational support to young cancer patients and their families from the moment of diagnosis, right through treatment and with the return home.
The Redkite promise is to listen, respect and respond to young cancer patients and their families in their time of need. The Hyundai Help for Kids grant will support young patients and their families to travel to medical appointments and hospitals, counselling engagements and other essential trips.
Life Education Australia is helping young people in a completely different way, as the largest independent Australian health and drug education provider for school children aged five to 13 years.
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