12 Days of Christmas Charity Campaign

At Striker we are getting into the festive spirit through our 12 days of Christmas Charity Campaign.


The Striker R U OK campaign will be ‘12 days of giving this Christmas’. We are launching this campaign to raise awareness about mental health.   Mental Health is something not spoken about in some of the countries we work in and a large problem throughout Australia. We are working towards bringing awareness to this cause and educating the people around us about metal health and how to talk about it. 

Project Karma

Instead of sending Christmas card this year we are sending E-Cards and donating all the money we would normally spend on Christmas cards and presents to Project Karma. We ask our customer, supplier’s friends and family to all donate on the link below.

Special Aussies Foundation

In the Christmas spirit our in house marketing team is designing the Special Aussies Foundation new website and launching it. In conjunction with this we will run marketing campaigns to raise awareness. The Special Aussies Foundation run 3 main projects to make the lives of children with special needs and their families easier.  1. The Special Aussies website set up to provide children with special needs, their families and carers with a central place to go to get all the information that they need to help and support them. 2. An information phone line and paediatric equipment display. 3. Paediatric equipment displayed at the Independent Living Centre in Nedlands.

Share the Dignity

To raise awareness and support the Share the Dignity we are spending the last 2 weeks of work collecting sanitary products and making up bags to support the Share the Dignity Charity.

‘’Share the Dignity is an Australian Charity bringing dignity to women and girls experiencing homelessness, domestic violence and period poverty through the distribution of sanitary items’’ Share the Dignity 2019.

We understand that Christmas is a hard time for a lot of people and we want to bring awareness to the fact that no one is alone and there is support networks around.