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HONDA ODYSSEY JOINS LINK COMMUNITY TRANSPORT FLEET

A brand new Honda Odyssey has been donated to LINK Community Transport thanks to The Honda Foundation’s loan vehicle program and Northway Honda. Read more

ACTIVITY TRACKERS FOR THE ROYAL BRISBANE & WOMEN'S HOSPITAL

Vital devices that help track patient activity have been donated to The Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Foundation (RBWH). Read more

WESLEY MISSION QUEENSLAND AND ASHER HOUSE

The Honda Foundation and Keema Bayside Honda have donated vital equipment worth more than $8,000 to Asher House, a new state-of-the-art complex providing accommodation for those living with acquired brain injuries and high care needs. Read more

OPENING DOORS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AT FOCAL

FOCAL Community Living has received a donation of more than $10,000 to assist in the redevelopment of accessible and inclusive facilities for centres in North Ipswich, Queensland thanks to The Honda Foundation and Blue Ribbon Honda in Yamanto, Queensland. Read more

HUNTER MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) have received over $24,000 in funding to purchase life-changing medical equipment to assist in the prevention and treatment of serious illness, thanks to Kloster Honda and The Honda Foundation. Read more

MELANOMA INSTITUTE AUSTRALIA

The Honda Foundation together with Scotts Honda have donated more than $16,000 to Melanoma Institute Australia to assist with the purchase of medical equipment to detect early stages of lympheodema caused by cancer treatment. Read more

BEDS FOR WESLEY MISSION VICTORIA

The Honda Foundation and Astoria Honda are showing support to Victoria’s underprivileged through donating $10,000 to Wesley Mission to purchase specialised equipment for people suffering from Huntington’s disease. Read more

DOWN SYNDROME SOUTH AUSTRALIA WORK SKILLS PROGRAM

The Honda Foundation and Dave Potter Honda have come together to support the Down Syndrome South Australia’s (SA) Work Skills Program by donating $5,500 to purchase much needed equipment. Read more