2013 Beneficiaries to be announced soon.
Listed below are the beneficiares of the 2012 Upstream 50km Challenge:
Funds raised will help to create optimism and resilience to the lives of children living with cancer and their families. Camp Quality knows that caring for children affected by cancer goes beyond medication and their Family Camp Program plays a crucial role in making laughter the best medicine for these children and their families.
Disability Sport & Recreation
Disability Sport and Recreation provides and promotes positive health outcomes for Victorians with disability through participation in sport and recreation.
The program will educate participants about equipment, programs and opportunities available.
This year Entrust is partnering with International China Concern (ICC) to provide Therapy services to abandoned and disabled children in China.
ICC is a not for profit organisation that changes lives by bringing love, hope and opportunity to China's abandoned and disabled children. For almost 20 years, ICC has been working with the Chinese Welfare Centre's to deliver and develop programs for China's neediest children. Their work has saved the lives of many babies and children and has now extended to providing much needed support for families with a disabled child.
Donations from the Upstream Challenge will be used to provide therapy services for up to 300 children and young adults in ICC full time care.
When you partner with ICC you are walking with them to provide Love, Hope & Opportunity for every disabled child.
Leprosy Mission Australia
Funds raised will go to the community based Rehabilitation program in Timor Leste. The program is all about improving the quality of life for people affected by Leprosy and empowering them to live with diginity and hope in their community.
Shared funds will be distributed between Camp Quality, Disability Sport & Recreation and Entrust Foundation.