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Macka’s Sand and Soil is enthusiastic about the community in which they are based and support a range of ventures.

Newcastle and Hunter Region Transport Awareness Day

Mackas Sand and Soil are sponsors of the Newcastle and Hunter Region Transport Awareness Day. All the proceeds from the Awareness campaign and events are given to the Rescue Helicopter Service.

Chad Griffith, Marketing Manager for the Rescue Helicopter Service said, “Corporate sponsors are the life force for the communities own Rescue Helicopter Service that help ensure that the fundraising targets are met so that no one has ever had to pay to utilise the service.”

The event is currently held on the first Sunday of November each year. The Newcastle and Hunter Region Road Transport Awareness Day Group (NHRRTAG) was formed back in 1994.  It was started by a small collection of individuals from within the local industry under direction from the Road Transport Forum (now known as the Australian Trucking Association) to seek to promote greater awareness and knowledge about the road transport industry and its position within the community.  The First Road Transport Awareness Day activity was held in Civic Park Newcastle with a small number of trucks on display.  For more about this day, click here – www.transportawarenessday.org.au.

Mallabula Junior Rugby League Club

Macka’s have sponsored the Mallabula Panthers Junior Rugby League Club for the last 10 years and are excited about continuing that relationship. The youth that play the with the club can benefit from better equipment as a part of the sponsorship.

Rehabilitation and Eucalyptus growth

In conjunction with the local business Oakvale and Farm and Fauna World, Macka’s Sand and Soil planted thousands of Eucalypt species that are specifically desired by the local Koala population. The local businesses sit side by side and are focused on providing resources to the local fauna as well as a part of responsible land management.

Kids Cancer Project

Macka’s Sand and Soil supplies donated the cattle and time to the Port Stephens Charity Draft. the money raised, $6500, will go to the Kid’s Cancer Project to help with the care of children. See attached article published in the Campdraft and Rodeo magazine.

Samaritans Foundation

Macka’s Sand and Soil Supplies donated to the Samaritans Foundation for 2019 Christmas for the Lunch in The Park 2019.

Remote & Rural Mental Health

Rural Minds is a culturally tailored programs designed to raise awareness and confidence, grow understanding and ensure the information is embedded at a local level into agricultural and farming communities. There are three programs we support during the year.

Annually – We have support the variety bash since 2015. Our work allows kids to gain mobility, to get out and about in the community, to communicate, achieve independence and increase their self-esteem. We make sure the kids who miss out.

Clip from the great race. View here

Since its inception in 2017, the School Colour Explosion™ Run fundraiser has demonstrated its success by assisting schools in raising over $22 million. It has increased in popularity as students experience a fun and memorable event and raise overwhelming amounts of money for their school..
Help us keep the doors of our Transplant Houses open for families like Dean’s who desperately need them.

We donated $500.00 for the support ‘Learning to Fly’ that had taken part on the 28th August on a epic journey travelling through bathurst to Taree via Dubbo. This event raised funds for children affected by kidney disease.

Donations can be made via everyday hero website.

We help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with neurological and physical disabilities lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive lives possible
We Support Rotary is it’s an organisation for business and professional men and women who are prepared to give of their time and expertise to help those less fortunate than ourselves.
Bruce setup the Mayoral Academic Scholarship program giving Port Stephens students starting TAFE or University the opportunity to receive a $2000 scholarship to help cover the cost of their studies. We support this program on a yearly bases. 
Dear Robert, thanks again for your awesome support !

Thank you for your support of the Special Children’s Christmas Party and through us, your support of up to 1,200 local families. It’s your generosity that allows us to create magic for these children and their families and gives them the opportunity to have fun and make wonderful memories.

18 June 2020
In its 15th year, the Vinnies CEO Sleepout is faced with a great challenge shared by so many people across the globe. COVID-19 has meant that all of us have had to adjust the way we do things – the way we do business, the way we socialise and the way we help others. We have supported Dianne Hamer from Castle Personal.

14 July 2020
We hade the please of donating 3 Bales 742, 743, 744 that was collected by Ben Niland – Community of Medowie to collect the bales on behalf of Rural Aid Ltd.
On 5th August 2017 Riley Coburn-Hall was seriously injured in a rugby league accident, playing for the under 14 Mallabula rugby league team.  Riley dissected a coronary artery when tackled by an opposition player, which resulted in blood clotting and a stroke.

The Port Stephens Cup Racing for Riley 30 June 2018

The Anderson family contacted Macka’s Sand & Soil Supplies regarding there GoFundMe for Bapu and friend that was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 48. His condition has come to a point where his medication now has limited effects. the next step for him is to receive Deep Brain Stimulation surgery.
(DBS) is a neurosurgical procedure introduced in 1987. costing 35,000 to ensure there dad has quality of life.
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As you can imagine, riding 500km in 5 days is no easy feat. Riders self-fund their trip, including all travel costs and well they commit to raising funds for Hand Across the Water.
Postie bike adventurers Martin Murray and James “Macca” Mackenzie expected to finish a 4300-kilometre charity ride sometime this morning when their epic journey brings them into Broome, Western Australia Read more
The Peoples Truck – Camp Quality Convoy’ began in 2005 after Marty Haynes, i98FM’s radio breakfast show host, began the concept while working in Canberra, after the sad passing of one of his young listeners. Then, it was known as the Convoy and Carnival for Cancer Kids
Salt Ash Church of Life we donated of 2 shipping containers for the local church for storage.

Your donation 7th Aug 2020 will help the Children’s Cancer Foundation fund clinical research, clinical care and provide family support to ensure the highest standards of diagnosis, treatment and support for both child and family.