Healing Hands Initiative

Healing Hands Community Wellness Initiative

We are proud to support community wellbeing through massage. Our Healing Hands initiative funds resources and massage events across Australia. The focus of support changes regularly and may be simply the supply of oil for therapists working at Community Marathon Fund Raisers; funds to support massage in cancer wellness centres; sponsoring a massage therapist in a community wellness event and so much more.

Massage is a powerful medium for wellbeing and we are dedicated to promoting its benefit throughout all Australian communities. One of the best ways we can achieve this is by supporting massage therapists through web and media marketing. Potential customer awareness increases and business levels increase along with a swell in health wellbeing within the community.

Our Healing Hands Initiative therefore provides a perfect opportunity for a WIN WIN relationship for massage therapists and their wider community. By registering their business in our National Massage Therapist Directory, massage therapists are actively promoted while these registration fee of only $22 per year helps to fund the Healing Hands project for wider community health.

To register now, please complete this form

For full details of our current Healing Hands Initiative Focus, see below.

B2C Community I.T. Recycling

This year we are developing and managing the new website for B2C   This is a ‘social enterprise’ that provides support and work skills training in a “live work environment”, for people of all ages who are marginalised through disability, or other disadvantage.   All monies raised through our Helping Hands project will support this activity during 2017  Read more about this great social enterprise

B2C handles the collection and processing of all forms of e-waste and redundant IT equipment.  They recycle regardless of  age, specification or condition (working, non working):

  • computers big and small
  • servers
  • all forms of IT equipment
  • IT peripherals (cables, discs, software)
  • all digital equipment (iPads, iPods, tablets )
  • printers and cartridges

Their (dedicated team of volunteers, employees and trainees) work hard to prevent large scale redundant IT equipment, as well as domestic  e-waste from entering our landfills.  B2C clean, data-wipe and repair donated equipment so it can be transformed from waste to valuable resources for communities in need.  They do not receive government funding, but are a self-funded social enterprise that is only able to achieve this unmatched social and environmental contribution, through your donation of redundant IT equipment.