2 July 2012
The Burns Support Foundation (BSF) is a non-profit organisation established in 1990 to provide support and assistance to burns survivors and their families. The Foundation doesn’t receive any government support and relies solely on fund-raising to operate.
This very worthy cause has been chosen by the Boyce team to be the recipient of funds raised through our participation in the annual City 2 Surf event.
BSF is managed by burn survivors, relatives of burns survivors and professional staff working for the NSW Severe Burn Injury Service who volunteer their time. Support services offered by BSF include a parent/carer support group, a young adults group, a telephone help line and referral service, a newsletter and family camps which are run biannually. BSF also provides some direct assistance to individual burns victims such as purchasing high quality wigs and providing financial assistance in circumstances of extreme hardship.
1 July 2012
Thank you for purchasing a copy of "Boyce Bites 2012". All money raised will go toward assisting the Burns Support Foundation to continue their great work in supporting burns victims and their families.
Your generosity is greatly appreciated by the Boyce Team and the Burns Support Foundation.
Once you have been through the checkout process you will receive an email with a download link to the eBook, simply click this link to download the eBook.
17 April 2012
Boyce Superannuation Strategist, Elizabeth Timmins, not content with the daily challenge of negotiating the superannuation maze, has been honing her dancing skills to participate in the annual “Dancing with the Cooma Stars” competition to raise money for cancer research.
The Monaro Committee for Cancer Research (MCCR) invited eleven Cooma identities to be 'stars'
in the 2012 competition and teamed each up with a professional partner from the Monaro dance schools and beyond. The 'stars' challenge is to raise as much money as possible culminating in a gala dinner and show over two nights on the 25 and 26 May 2012.
26 August 2011
Rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the 35-strong Boyce team as they lined up earlier this month to compete in the annual City 2 Surf event. Indeed the team was spurred on knowing their efforts would help to raise more than $18,000 for the not-for-profit organisation, Angel Flight.
Angel Flight coordinates non-emergency flights for patients and families around Australia in medical or financial need. Angel Flight’s services are free to patients and carers; pilots donate their time, skills and aircraft fees for each flight. The organisation relies entirely on donations and bequests.
Boyce Managing Director, Bernard Kennedy, said Angel Flight was chosen as the charity to support this year as many of the firm’s employees and clients had either been assisted by this service, or knew someone who had.
“Angel Flight provides critical assistance to people living in rural and regional areas,” said Bernard.
21 June 2011
The annual City 2 Surf challenge is fast approaching and once again Boyce is fielding a team to raise funds for a very worthy cause.
This year our team has elected to support “Angel Flight” – a charity that coordinates non-emergency flights to help country people trying to deal with the combined issues of ill health, poor finances and daunting distance. All flights are free and may involve patients travelling to medical facilities anywhere in Australia.
In the past three years Boyce, with your help, has raised more than $30,000 for charities through participation in the City 2 Surf. This year we are ready and rearing to go and calling for your support once again.