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oOh! is a leading operator in Australia and New Zealand’s fast-growing Out Of Home advertising industry. We create deep engagement between people and brands through Unmissable location-based media solutions. Our portfolio is unparalleled, with a diverse portfolio of classic and digital signs across roadside, retail, airport and place based media offering in CBD office towers, cafés, fitness venues, bars and universities.
We combine this extensive reach with sophisticated data, industry leading insights and world leading digital innovation, integrating our physical inventory with experiential, social and mobile online channels to provide clients with greater connections with consumers.
oOh! Community has been developed to maximise the impact of oOh!’s support offerings for not-for-profit (NFP) organisations in communities we operate in. Using oOh!’s assets reaching 93% of Australians, the goal is to shine light on issues in the community for greater awareness and exposure.
Create a deeper engagement between not-for-profit initiatives and the community through Unmissable creative across our diverse network of location based media.
In July, an average of 11,181 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer. No one asks for cancer, so Dry July are asking Aussies to help, and go Dry this July to raise funds for people affected by cancer.
Funds raised through Dry July go towards cancer support organisations across Australia, to help improve patient comfort, care and wellbeing.
Having a month off alcohol also has great health benefits, such as sleeping better, having more energy and of course, no hangovers! So you're not only helping others, you're helping yourself. It's a win-win!
Now, in its 30th year, Make-A-Wish have granted over 8,000 wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish wishes gives very sick children and teenagers hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience.
Making the impossible possible for those who need it the most, kids who should be playing with friends are instead enduring long and painful treatments and extensive hospital stays – that is what Make-A-Wish is all about. For these kids and young adults the wish works on the principles of positive psychology - building resilience by focussing the mind on positivity, achieving what was thought impossible to generate hope, strength and joy.
The Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) was established in May 2000. It has developed to become one of Australia’s pre-eminent bodies supporting ovarian cancer research programs that occur nationally, and are focused upon the understanding of the causes of ovarian cancer, its early detection and improving patient survival.
The Humpty Dumpty Foundation raises money to purchase vital children’s medical equipment for over 200 children’s hospitals and health service centres across Australia and in 2 in East Timor. It is our aim to ensure every child has a fighting chance to the best possible medical equipment and care.
Ronald McDonald House in the Hunter carries on the tradition of the more than 280 other Ronald McDonald Houses across the world.
Their goal is to provide an atmosphere for families and their children where the familiar routines of home life can continue as much as possible. The House offers compassion and understanding in a stressful and often frightening time.
Tour de Cure is a Tier 1 cancer charity. Since 2007, we have raised in excess of $25 million. We've funded over 252 cancer research, support and prevention projects. Our rigorous and respected selection process has results in 18 scientifically-recognised cancer breakthroughs.
Since it was launched in 2014, the Tour de Cure Snow Ball has become one of Sydney’s most spectacular charity events. This year it will once again raise money to fund the boldest research and the most brilliant scientists. Help us cure cancer over an evening of fine dining, networking and entertainment at The Star Sydney. It's going to be amazing!