I was recently asked to supply an image for free – with out cost- gratis for the cover of a commercial magazine. Needless to say it led to……an interesting conversation about why I would give away my work so other people could profit from it but it also reminded me of the Pro Bono work we do supply so I thought I would share some of it.
I have a strong view on philanthropic giving, we live in an incredibly lucky country and we have much to be thankful for. It is easy to complain and expect a lot from others but it is even easier to be complacent and expect others to help or give. I was inspired last year when so many people came out to physically help the flood victims of Queensland.
Buderim Foundation is a Philanthropic community based foundation ,we support it regularly with Pro Bono services as well as physical support where needed.
To promote a charity breakfast with Governor Quentin Bryce
To support a charity art auction by local artist Anna Rubin
Bloomhill Cancer Care raised a little over $100,000 with a charity walk over the Kokoda Track
Hear and Say Centre imaging to support fundraising masquerade ball