The following values underpin everything we do and how we work with our clients.
We reflect our values in delivering solutions for our clients which embody:
The importance we place on meeting our clients’ needs can be seen in our 10 Point Client Commitment Statement.
Tolerro has proudly donated more than $600,000 to charitable causes around the world. Here are some of the wonderful organisations we support.
Tolerro made a donation to ACRF in memory of Steve Allatt, one of our treasured employees, who passed away. Funds go towards world-class research to prevent, diagnose and find cures for all types of cancer.
Tolerro donated to support Vincent Lammerse (Vinnie’s Ride) in support of his late Mother. He rode to raise funds for the Flinders Medical Centre Foundation in Adelaide.
Tolerro sponsored the 16th Air Land Regiment supporting Little Heroes in the City to Bay race. Our donation helped provide medical facilities, equipment, services and support for children diagnosed with cancer and other serious illness, and their families.
Tolerro stands up for abused children through our support for Act for Kids, one of the most prominent providers of free professional therapy to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect. Please support this wonderful cause.
Be A HERO Australia educates, inspires, equips and facilitates people of all ages to challenge them to “Be A HERO” to the 1.2 billion children at risk due to poverty, homelessness, child labour, slavery, sexual exploitation, aids and plagues, and war.
Riverlife Baptist Church serve their local and surrounding community with helping hands. Among other projects, Tolerro’s sponsorship has purchased a ute to assist with “Street Teams”. These teams assist with flood clean-up; mowing the lawns of the elderly and disabled; and reach out with helping hands to any other need that comes to their attention.
Tolerro donated a Bursary to the Endowment Fund (an Aboriginal Scholarship Fund) for an Aboriginal student to complete a degree at University of Queensland.
The Hamlin Fistula Relief and Aid Fund works with the treatment, prevention and raising awareness of obstetric fistula in Ethiopia. This much needed work literally changes Women’s lives who have suffered this trauma from child birth.
Everyday Hero is a not-for-profit organisation that encourages and facilitates everyday people to get motivated to choose a charity and begin their own fundraising campaign to raise money for their cause.
QIMR scientists perform world class research that turns discoveries into treatments that we or someone we love may one day need.
Gospel for Asia train and support local missionaries to reach the unreached people and groups in Asia with the message and works of Jesus Christ.
National Stroke Foundation is the voice of stroke in Australia and work with stroke survivors, carers, health professionals, government and the public to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community.
The Fred Hollows Foundation continues the work of its founder to end the avoidable blindness of the 39 million blind people today, 4 out of 5 who don’t need to be blind if they can access life changing treatment.
Global Development Group are a Non- Government Organisation carrying out humanitarian projects with approved partners to provide aid to numerous projects around the world that relieve poverty.
Tolerro purchased gifts from RACQ Care Flight rescue to donate to the paediatric wing of hospitals in the Northern Territory and Northern Queensland.
Tolerro supported Rotary International’s work to end polio. For as little as US$0.60, a child can be protected against the virus for life. More than 10 million children under the age of five could be paralyzed by polio in the next 40 years if the fight does not continue.
Children in Christ empower children through the gospel to become leaders and carry on to transform communities through the leadership of children.
This wonderful organisation changes the future of Indian children through accommodation, education, practical life skills and social integration. We have sponsored two boys, “Prabakaran” and his brother “Abinesh”.
Community Bridges supports inmates prior to and after release from detention and also offers assistance and information to their families.