Driving support
in our community

Our Vision
Be a socially responsible company, supporting the communities in which we operate.

For almost 40 years, Sci-Fleet Motors has been part of the Brisbane landscape. Supporting our community and aligning our business operations with community value is an essential part of who we are.

The Sci-Fleet Community Giving Program provides small cash and in-kind support to community groups and charities. We also accept requests for volunteering opportunities for our staff.

We have a focus on providing small grants to community-based organisations that operate in the locations of our dealerships.

Community Grants of $500 or Under

We’ve been inundated with applications and community grants has now closed for 2020. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you next year.

Requests for Sponsorship

2020 Sponsorships have been finalised for the group. Applications for 2021 will be opened later in the year.

Requests for Charity Contributions

If you are a registered charity and would like to be considered for support, please submit an enquiry detailing your charities aims and activities within our community.

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The Lexus
Owners' Gift

Each year the Lexus of Brisbane Group supports a charity on behalf of our owners - which has been aptly named ‘The Lexus Owners' Gift. Please click below to review the sponsorship criteria and application process.

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Charities We Support

We currently support a number of amazing charities and foundations that continue to do incredible work in our communities. Please consider supporting them along with us.

4 Aussie War Heroes purpose is to provide the “wherewithal” to substantially contribute to the alleviation and mitigation of the injuries, illnesses and anxieties being suffered by Australian military and first responder personnel, past and present, and in so doing, provide to them a valuable pathway to a dramatically enhanced quality of life. Achieved primarily in conjunction with their short to medium term accommodation in a rural environment which is relaxed and calming and where rehabilitation and guidance will have maximum long term benefits.

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Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors was established in 2002 by Steve and Terri Irwin as a way to include and involve other caring people in the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife - from the individual animal to an entire species.  Today, Terri, Bindi and Robert continue Steve’s legacy carrying out our mission to protect wildlife and wild places around the world including Australian natives, rhinoceros, elephants, tigers, cheetah and more.  Only in standing shoulder to shoulder as Wildlife Warriors can we make a difference. See how you could help today!

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Blue Care is one of Queensland’s largest and most trusted aged care providers, drawing on over 60 years of experience working in local communities to deliver the support and care people deserve.

We deliver a range of tailored services to support people in their homes, in our local community centres, our aged care residences and in our retirement villages. Blue Care is committed to assisting people who require care and support to ‘be all they can be’ by putting their needs first.

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The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is committed to Keeping Kids Safe. Established by parents Bruce and Denise Morcombe in 2005 after their son Daniel was abducted and murdered in December 2003 while waiting to catch a bus on the Sunshine Coast.

The Foundation was established as a lasting legacy to Daniel and now has two main aims; to educate children on how to stay safe in a physical and online environment and to support young victims of crime.

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Drought Angels provides a unique service for which it is has become well known for within the rural sector.

Drought Angels is a small charity run by big hearts, who offer a listening ear, a warm hug and personalised support given to each family.

We like to tell our farmers that this is not a hand out but a Thank You. Thank you for all you do to put the food on our tables because without you we would all go hungry.

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Each year, up to three babies in every 1,000 across Australia are born with hearing loss, with the incidence rate doubling by the time children reach school age. Established in 1992, Hear and Say is a Queensland-wide charity, working to open worlds for children and families impacted by hearing loss. Hear and Say works to enable children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and speak, with services encompassing audiology, auditory-verbal therapy, occupational therapy, social skills and school hearing screening.

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Juiced TV is an Australian first entertainment initiative that benefits the health and wellbeing of sick kids and their families in hospital, one episode at a time. The program began in January 2015 at Queensland’s Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. Since then it has directly touched the lives of more than 1,800 patients and their families by improving the hospital journey and creating a unique way for them to engage and communicate with one another. Each episode is broadcast throughout the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital and online to allow kids and families to share their positive memories.

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Legacy is a voluntary organisation providing services to around 70,000 families of veterans who have died or given their health. Today Legacy's caring and compassionate service assists over 65,000 widow(er)s and 1,800 children and dependants with a disability.

Legacy is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and women, and volunteers drawn from all walks of life. Our support and services now extend to include the dependants of members of today's Australian Defence Force who lose their lives or their health as a result of their military service.

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Mater Foundation is the community-based fundraising organisation that supports the work of Mater Health, Mater Education and Mater Research.

We raise funds through a wide range of different programs to help support Mater’s provision of exceptional health care, education and investment in world-leading medical research.

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The Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS) is a free and confidential service for people in the Brisbane Metropolitan area who are affected by domestic and family violence. The service supports women, children, family members, same sex couples and others. BDVS’ goal is to support women and children to reach a stage where they are safe and free from fear of domestic and family violence. We provide a range of services, including information and referral, crisis support, practical assistance, advocacy, counselling and emotional support. We work to provide a safe environment in which people can access our services, providing support in the way that best meets need. For men, women and young people who are seeking assistance to stop using violence in their relationships and families, BDVS can provide information and referral to services appropriate to your situation.

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Every day two Australians are diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and two die from Motor Neurone Disease. The average life expectancy post diagnosis is 2.5 years.

Motor Neurone Disease in Australia is expensive. According to a Deloitte Access Economics Report in 2015 the total cost of MND in Australia was $2.4 billion, which is equivalent to $1.1 million per person with MND.

The MND and Me Foundation’s aim is to ensure no Queenslander has to face MND alone. All Queenslanders with MND (approximately 350 people) deserve equitable access to support services when and where they need them.

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The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) is a world-leading neuroscience research centre at The University of Queensland. QBI is home to more than 450 researchers who are dedicated to understanding how the brain works, how it can be repaired, and how we can harness its full potential.

One-third of the burden of disease in Australia is caused by brain and mental health disorders, including conditions caused by illness, genetics, or traumatic injury.

QBI scientists work tirelessly to better understand the brain, and develop new treatments for disorders including dementia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, intellectual and learning disabilities, Parkinson’s disease, motor neuron disease, depression, anxiety and schizophrenia and more.

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TRACTION empowers young people in need and helps them positively engage with their communities, discover their talents and create their own future. TRACTION delivers action-based learning programs to youth in need, including some of the most challenged within the community. Mentors assist students to develop practical and social skills in a workplace-like environment. Participants emerge with the confidence to re-engage at school and with their community. TRACTION tries to reach them before they fall through the cracks, helping them rediscover the joy of learning and build their own powerful and positive futures.

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UnitingCare is a courageous and creative health and community services provider across Queensland and the Northern Territory. Built on compassion, we believe people should experience life in all its fullness. Every day, we engage with people from all walks of life, delivering skilled, evidence-based interventions for those facing adversity.

We are leaders in crisis response, the protection of vulnerable children, financial resilience and family wellbeing. Across Queensland, UnitingCare supports thousands of people living with a disability in redefining what’s possible in their lives.

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Our Ambassadors

Kimberley Busteed

Jeff Horn

Chris Lynn

Ben Wilson

Community Groups We Sponsor & Support