PJD are committed to supporting the following charities.
Each of these charities undertake important work in their quests to make the world a better place for us all to live in, not just for now, but future generations. In these difficult times the organisations below need our support and PJD will continue to aid them as best we can whether it be with pro bono design work or monetary donations.
If you would like to pledge to any of the charities, please feel free to click on the links below. Thank you.
PJD's support of The Great Barrier Reef Legacy Fund came about in strange fashion. The Australian rock band Midnight Oil were the catalyst for the fundraising effort that began in the summer of 2018.
Midnight Oil have always been at the forefront of fighting for social injustice and our environment. In 2017 they played a concert in Cairns, Australia to raise awareness of the plight of the Reef - the largest living organism on the planet which has been under threat due to climate change and the proposed Adani coal mine being built nearby.
PJD created a blue t-shirt utilising the band's iconic sprint hand logo and incorporated various marine life graphics within the design.
What started out as a small seed of an idea turned into a rather bigger project as over 300 'Powderworkers for the Reef' shirts were sold around the world to superfans of the band collectively known as The Powderworkers. Fans donated directly to the Legacy Fund via a dedicated page on their website and to date $12,270AD has been raised. The generosity of The Powderworkers has been amazing and we can't thank them enough for their wonderful support.
If you’d like to purchase a shirt and pledge please get in touch. Both unisex and female cut shirts are available in sizes small to 3XL. For donations please visit www.greatbarrierreeflegacy.org/powderworkers
Local girl Alice Ruggles was murdered in 2016, aged just 24, by an ex-boyfriend following a relentless campaign of stalking.  Stalking is a seriously distressing and potentially life-threatening crime. This needs to be recognised by everyone. Stalking behaviour must result in immediate action both to protect the victim and to deal effectively with the perpetrator.
The Alice Ruggles Trust exists to raise awareness of stalking (including coercive control), to ensure that relevant legislation is effective and adhered to, and to bring about lasting improvements in the management of perpetrators and the protection of victims. The Trust is a member of the National Stalking Consortium.
WIRES mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and inspire others to do the same.
WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) has been rescuing and caring for wildlife for over 30 years and is the largest wildlife rescue organisation in Australia. WIRES currently has over 2,600 volunteers involved in the rescue and care of wildlife and we have a dedicated Rescue Office that operates 365 days a year assisting the community to help native animals in distress.
In response to the tragic toll of the catastrophic fires and drought on wildlife, WIRES is actively pursuing significant opportunities to help wildlife more broadly across Australia, including partnering on projects to improve long-term outcomes for native animals.
To find out more about WIRES please visit www.wires.org.au
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