We’re ferociously ambitious and unstoppably confident – but as we’ve continued towards our goal of making the world a better place, we’ve been humbled by the courageous and talented individuals we’ve met along the way. And since we believe in ‘moving the world together’, we recognise that improving the world internationally has to start on a local level – by helping these people improve the world in their own way.

We developed our Hyundai Help for Kids (HH4K) program to do just that, by supporting the non-for-profit groups that are helping to make tangible improvements to the lives of Australians under the age of 18. In just over a year and a half, we’ve already raised over $2,000,000 to assist people who are offering hope, extending a hand, teaching, listening to and supporting the young Australians who need it most.

We’re always on the look out for worthy causes to support, because we genuinely believe we can make the world a better place. And we’re going to continue proving it.

Helping those that will define the future.

Our goal of ‘moving the world together’ is a long term one – which is why we’re so focused on helping the youngest in our community. It’s not just kind, it’s a considered approach to improving the future by supporting and encouraging the next generation. That’s where Hyundai Help for Kids comes in.

Established in January 2014 as a joint venture between Hyundai Motor Company Australia and the Hyundai Dealer Network, the program is actually quite simple – for every new Hyundai sold, we make a contribution to a non-for-profit that supports Aussie kids.

Organisations that we’ve supported so far include Redkite, Life Education Australia, Camp Quality, Hyundai Help for Kids Lions Academy, AEIOU Foundation, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, John Maclean Foundation, Make-A-Wish™, Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children – Indigenous Outreach Program, Hyundai Goals for Grassroots and the Hyundai HyTech Donation Program.

It’s our way of giving back to the community, and investing in tomorrow.

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