12 January 2011

Corporate Australia steps up to help out with the Queensland Floods – JANUARY 2011

The following organisations have either donated or committed to donate funds to the Queensland Flood Appeal. I think they should be widely acknowledged. All too often corporate Australia can be seen as the bad guys (sometimes deservedly so) but credit where credit is due.

A lot of money given here but of course a whole lot more is needed.

Major donations received
Commonwealth Bank $1,350,000
Coles $1,000,000
Queensland Government $1,000,000
XSTRATA Queensland $1,000,000
Rio Tinto $700,000
ANZ Bank $500,000
Mitsubishi Development $500,000
Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group $250,000
Brisbane Airport Corporation $250,000
Macarthur Coal $250,000
Queensland Gas Company Ltd $250,000
Virgin Blue Group $250,000
Glencore International $250,000
Westpac $200,000
Victorian State Government $200,000
BM Alliance Coal $100,000
Downer EDI Ltd $100,000
Honda Foundation $100,000
Incitec Pivot Limited $100,000
SCOA $100,000
Minerals and Metals Group Australia $80,000
Credit Union Australia $50,000
Queensland Nickel Pty Ltd $50,000
Realestate.com $50,000
Sunwater $50,000
The Decor Corporation $50,000
Spotlight Pty Ltd $25,000
Bow Energy Ltd $25,000
Alspec $20,000
Sheldon & Hammond Pty Ltd $20,000
Williams Hall Chadwick $10,200
Australian Pacific Coal $10,000
Billeroy Farms $10,000
Blundstone Boots $10,000
Commerpropein $10,000
Campbell Brothers Ltd $10,000
Mini-Tankers Australia $10,000
Knappick Foundation $10,000
The Plant Management Company $10,000
Tudville Pty Ltd $10,000
Stanmore Coal $10,000

Major donations committed
Commonwealth Government $1,000,000
BHP Billiton $1,000,000
Etihad Airways $1,000,000
New South Wales Government $1,000,000
Origin Energy $1,000,000
Telstra $1,000,000
Victorian State Government $800,000
AFL $500,000
Northern Territory Government $500,000
Qantas $500,000
Holden $350,000
Bank of Queensland $250,000
David Jones $250,000
News Ltd $250,000
St.George Bank $250,000
Sunday Mail $250,000
Bunnings $225,000
Boyd and Associates Townsville $200,000
Harvey Norman $200,000
National Australia Bank $200,000
Pratt Foundation $200,000
Honda $130,000
Anglo American $100,000
Australian Women’s Weekly $100,000
Hyundai $100,000
McCullough Robertson Lawyers $100,000
Santos $100,000
Suncorp $100,000
Target $100,000
Thiess $100,000
Vodafone $100,000
PFD Foods Services $75,000
Super Cheap Auto $70,000
Boral $50,000
Car Sales $50,000
Chinese Red Cross $50,000
Crazy Johns $50,000
Independent Distillers $50,000
Just Group $50,000
McDonalds $50,000
Pauls Milk $50,000
Sizzler $50,000
Brisbane Broncos $25,000
Dick Smith $25,000
Adam Scott Foundation $20,000
Brisbane Airport Link $20,000
Triple M $20,000
Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation $15,000
Australian Medical Association (Qld) $10,000
Queensland Former Origin Greats $10,000
General Electric $10,000

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