The goal of the Humanitarian One Percent is simple: to immerse Australian people into Cambodian communities to help rebuild, educate and empower the local people to reach their full potential.
We do this by providing Australians with a vehicle to step outside their comfort zone and walk in the shoes of those less fortunate.
Working alongside our project partners; the Humanitarian One Percent co-ordinates annual expeditions to Cambodia for people looking to volunteer and support sustainable communities through the provision of clean water, health, education, housing, medical support and material aid.
Giving back, so others can move forward
Brian Woods has been assisting with the One Percent Humanity Foundation since inception in 2009, being a founding board member. (Building homes for the underprivileged in Cambodia).
2 DAYS. OVER 200 KILOMETRES. 1 EPIC RIDE.
Riding throughout Western Australia’s scenic countryside in two days. Sure, it sounds like a lot and it’s meant to be. But make no mistake, this event isn’t just for athletes or cycling enthusiasts.
The Sunsuper Ride to Conquer Cancer® benefiting the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research is for anyone who wants to challenge themselves for a great cause. All you need is motivation, a bike and a helmet. The money raised for The Ride benefits the Harry Perkins Institute, Western Australia’s premier adult medical research institute.
Team Nexus Wealth has taken part for the last 3 years because we know that cancer is too big a disease to ignore. It affects everyone, maybe you, me, our parents, kids, siblings or friends. Sadly, maybe all of the above. But by riding in this event we are doing something about it. We’re rolling closer and closer to the end of cancer. It’s an awesome triumph in a physical sense and emotionally as well.
“Funding for cancer research is vital for all Australians to both prevent the disease and help ensure the people who are diagnosed have the best options available to beat it,” said Craig Godfrey, Sunsuper spokesperson.
“Our community of 1.2 million members and over 650 employees are behind and fully support WAIMR and the life-saving research underway by their world-leading doctors and researchers. Just about every one of us has or will be affected by cancer, so for everyone here today this is personal. We are honored and inspired participate in incredible effort,” Mr. Godfrey added.
“The generous contributions from each sponsor is very important, and help us to offset the event costs so more funds raised can directly support our cancer program. We are extremely grateful to all our sponsors for their support,” Professor Klinken added.
Brian Woods has a passion for educating graduating university students and has presented seminars to guide these new business owners on advanced strategies for the benefit of their businesses.
He mentors 5th year Graduating Chiropractic Students at Murdoch University to be the best business people they can be, as well as helps them with a business plan for what their business will look like. The Murdoch Chiropractic School includes a leading program for chiropractic academic, clinical and research excellence in Australia. Murdoch University ranks highly in clinical research as judged by Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) standards and the School’s chiropractic researchers are proud to have contributed to this ranking. According to Brian most students will consider partnership & business equity options in the 5th year Mid-term.
The CDF is a not for profit charitable foundation that was founded in 1999. The CDF is involved with communities nationwide with initiatives that have resulted in long term sustainable changes in both regional and metropolitan communities. These programs have expanded into the areas of Education, Health including Early Childhood, Sport and Recreation and Justice based on community requests.
Their mission is to directly relieve poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, disability and helplessness in less fortunate communities.
Through their School Passport Program, and Club Passport Program, The CDF encourages the regular involvement of parents, carers, students and community members in schools and local sports clubs.
The School Passport Program encourages positive contact with the school; enabling the school to address the health, emotional and cultural needs of both parents and children who participate, as well as enriching the educational outcomes of the students. The Club Passport Program encourages parents, carers and families to be involved in activities at the Club including coaching, fundraising, and attending training and accreditation workshops.