Property Club is a leading property investment company that assists investors through every stage of the investment process. With an extensive network throughout Australia, we have researched, sourced and sold nearly 20,000 properties in Australia and New Zealand to more than 17,000 investors since we were established in 1994. More than 5,000 of these investors today hold property portfolios worth more than $1m in value!
The Property Club funds all the administrations expenses for Club Cares so ALL MONIES RAISED GO DIRECT TO OUR RECIPIENTS!
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DEPPRO Pty Ltd Australia
DEPPRO Pty Ltd is Australia’s leading property depreciation company, specialising solely in the preparation of Tax Depreciation Reports for residential, commercial, industrial and leisure investment properties. With more than 12 years’ experience, we offer access to a multidisciplinary team with industry-leading skills in property depreciation. Our highly trained staff service clients’ taxation needs in all areas of investment property ownership and management with a personalised, affordable and rapid service.
For every report Deppro complete for a Property Club Member they donate $50 to Club Cares. In total they have donated over $250,000 and have supported many of our major individual recipients.
For more information on Deppro’s member services please view their website www.deppro.com.au
Paraplegic Benefit Fund
Sincere thanks for Property Club’s PBF Corporate Membership.
Member Benefit and Eligible Member(s)
PBF Corporate Membership affords eligibility for employees to claim the PBF $250,000 Spinal Cord Injury Member Benefit. The ‘Inclusive’ memberships extend eligibility to claim the benefit to employees’ spouse/partner and any children up to the age of 25 years, or parents up to the age of 85 years if employee is single with no children.
Please see PBF’s Mission, a summary of the PBF Membership Benefit and brief profile on the work undertaken by a PBF Presenter through membership contributions.
In addition to the benefit eligibility, Property Club’s continued support greatly assists PBF to reduce the incidence and ease the impact of spinal cord injury in the broader community. PBF relies on Membership income to subsidise our safety awareness and injury prevention programs. PBF employs up to 40 people who have experienced a spinal cord injury to present its injury prevention programs to schools, sporting groups, Community Service Organisations, businesses and Councils.
For more information please contact Tony on (07) 3423 3966 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Australian Red Cross – The Young Centre
Principal supporter of one of Brisbane’s most successful homeless youth initiatives, Kevin Young, says that he is overwhelmed with the volume of support that The Young Centre has been able to provide to young people sleeping rough in Brisbane this year. Making a difference to hundreds of lives around the city, figures show more than 30 per cent of the centre’s walk-ins have been given access to secure homes in the initiative’s first 12 months.
Kevin and his wife Kathy, founders of property investment company, Property Club, donated nearly $1 million into the Red Cross initiative through their charity, Club Cares, at the beginning of 2010, with the organisation opening its resources officially as The Young Centre in July 2012.
The Young Centre provides support for approximately 80 people per week. Currently, the centre is providing intensive engagement and support for 21 young people and casual support for 16 young people in the areas of housing, employment, education and training, health and well-being, money and budgeting, food and nutrition, and various other life skills. On average around 40 young people access the centre’s Nite Café service for support each week.
“It’s a fantastic feeling to see the changes that a donation can make to one person’s life. When you’re then witness to changes to over 1000, that’s when you stand back and feel gobsmacked at how far things have come,” said Kevin. “The Club Cares donation sparked the movement however the overwhelming support and effort by the centre’s staff and volunteers is what truly made this initiative a success.”
As of January 2013, the Young Centre has been fully staffed with five youth development workers, a team leader, an admin support officer, and a coordinator. Renovations to the centre over the past eight months will serve as a new office and life skills space, equipped with a computer lab, small teaching kitchen, laundry facilities, workshop area, and private meeting rooms. Future renovation plans are also currently in place to revamp the facility’s rooftop into a functioning education space.
“The progression we’re making is outstanding. In May this year our Night Café service returned to the basement of City Hall, where it first began its operations. We expect that this move will nearly double the number of young people that currently access the service,” said Matthew Cox, The Young Centre. “We’re forever grateful to our supporters who have made this possible.”