Special Children’s Christmas Party
Raw Hire are proud supporters of the Special Children’s Christmas Party.
Australia’s largest Christmas Party For Special Children. The Special Children’s Christmas Parties are the biggest events of their kind in Australia for special needs children and their families. We work closely with hundreds of charities, schools, community groups and government organisations throughout the country to select these special children. The children invited, are children who suffer from one of the following: serious illnesses, physical or intellectual impairment, domestic violence, or living in underprivileged circumstances.
Baynton Lions Cricket Club
Raw Hire are proud supporters of Baynton Lions Cricket Club.
Baynton Lions Cricket Club (BLCC) is a cricket club based in Karratha and operates under West Pilbara Cricket Association and Cricket Australia Code of Conduct. BLCC was formed in 2015 in Baynton in City of Karratha when about a dozen cricket enthusiasts started playing friendly games on weekends. Since then BLCC has grown into a fully functional and established sporting club with up to 30 active players and more supporters.
The Smith Family
Raw Hire are proud supporters of The Smith Family.
The Smith Family truly believe supporting a child’s education is the best way to help break the cycle of the disadvantaged. By giving disadvantaged children and young people the support and resources they need to achieve their full potential. The impact will have a lasting effect on those The Smith Family help today, and for generations to come.
One in six Australian children and young people living in poverty1 need support to make the most of their education. We urge you to explore The Smith Family website to learn more about this important issue, programs, and how you can make a difference.
Perth Metro Pipe Band
Perth Metro Pipe Band is one of Australia’s fastest-growing competitive and performing pipe bands.
Established from humble beginnings in 2006, Perth Metro Pipe Band has over 50 playing members in two bands. The Met, as it is affectionately known, also performs at events for local charities, school fetes, Anzac Day parades as well as having performed for world-renowned acts such as André Rieu, John Farnham and Ed Sheeran.
“Our heritage at Raw Hire is something we are proud of, it’s important to us. Raw Hire supports the Perth Metro Pipe by providing funding and equipment to travel and compete in places like the Edinburgh Tattoo and World Championships.” Sean Clarke.
KDCCI & CCI WA
A key supporter of the business community in the Pilbara, the Karratha & Districts Chamber of Commerce and Industry has always been an advocate for Raw Hire.
This has been evident through their business awards, and with the introduction of Raw Hire into its Business Excellence Hall of Fame back in 2010.
As an active business member of the community, Raw Hire is a member of the Chamber of Commerce of Western Australia (CCI WA) and the Karratha & Districts Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KDCCI).
The Avon Descent is the only water race where paddle and power craft come together.
The unique 124km course from Northam to Bayswater tests the skill and endurance of competitors over 2 days in July.
Raw Hire encouraged its team to be part of their community and participate in their chosen interests. Raw Hire has supported one of their Managers Tom Petrickovic and his Avon Descent partner Pat for many years in the Avon Descent.
FeNaClng Festival Karratha:
For many years Raw Hire has supported the annual FeNaClng Festival providing sponsorship and vehicles
The name, FeNaClNG, reflects the three main production and export commodities in Karratha and Dampier: Iron Ore-Fe, Salt-NaCl and Natural Gas-NG. Local community groups use the festival as an opportunity to raise much-needed funds. The Festival also provides locals with an opportunity to showcase their talents with many sporting events also being held in conjunction with the event. In 2012 we held the inaugural Raw Meat Tray Raffle with Muka Meats. This classic raffle was well received and raised $7,200 for Lifeline WA.