Trapeze Associates is firmly committed to making a difference in the local community where possible and is an active contributor to many organisations including;


CanTeen, The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer, is a national support organisation for young people (aged 12-24) living with cancer including Patients, Siblings, Bereaved Siblings and Offspring.

CanTeen was created by young cancer patients and its policies are guided by young people living with cancer. The touchstone of CanTeen is the belief that young people, through meeting and talking with one another, are better able to cope with the uncertainties of a cancer diagnosis. Significantly, CanTeen provides support through young Members who have 'been there done that'.

Members are able to participate in camps, recreation days, seminars, workshops and most importantly share their hopes and fears, partake in decision making, meet new friends and have fun together.

Trapeze is a proud sponsor of Canteen.

To learn more, visit Canteen at

The Smith Family

The Smith Family is an independent, non-religious, non-political not-for-profit organisation that has been helping disadvantaged Australians since 1922.

Through Learning for Life students from disadvantaged families receive educational scholarships, encouragement and support through The Smith Family's Educational Support Workers, and additional support through mentors, literacy programs and access to technology.

The Smith Family currently supports nearly 18,500 children and young people from the age of zero through to University, in 48 locations across Australia with a plan to reach 70,000.

Trapeze is a proud sponsor of Learning for Life.

To learn more, visit The Smith Family at

UNICEF Australia

Created by the United Nations General Assembly in 1946 to help children after World War II in Europe, UNICEF was first known as the United Nations.

International Children's Emergency Fund. In 1953, UNICEF became a permanent part of the United Nations system, its task being to help children living in poverty in developing countries. Its name was shortened to the United Nations Children's Fund, but it retained the acronym "UNICEF," by which it is known to this day.

UNICEF helps children get the care and stimulation they need in the early years of life and encourages families to educate girls as well as boys. It strives to reduce childhood death and illness and to protect children in the midst of war and natural disaster. UNICEF supports young people, wherever they are, in making informed decisions about their own lives, and strives to build a world in which all children live in dignity and security.

Working with national governments, NGOs (non-governmental organizations), other United Nations agencies and private-sector partners, UNICEF protects children and their rights by providing services and supplies and by helping shape policy agendas and budgets in the best interests of children.

Trapeze is a proud sponsor of UNICEF Australia.

To learn more, visit UNICEF Australia at

WWF (World Wide Fund For Nature) Australia

WWF® Australia has been working for 25 years to save Australia's wildlife and our richest, rarest and most endangered natural areas.

They are currently working on more than 180 projects across Australia and the Oceania region, and benefit from the commitment of more than 30,000 supporters in Australia.

As part of the WWF® International Network, WWF® Australia is one of the most powerful conservation forces in the world, working in over 100 countries and supported by more than 5 million people.

WWF® Australia takes an active leadership role and bases their work on sound science. The organisation is focused around 5 priority areas that address current conservation challenges: forests, woodlands and grasslands; freshwater; oceans and coasts; threatened species and natural resources.

Trapeze is a proud friend of the WWF® Australia.

To learn more, visit

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