KESPOKE IN THE COMMUNITY

Kespoke is focused on contributing to the communities that we serve

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NAIDOC AWARD-WINNING PROTECTING OUR PEOPLE PROJECT ASSISTING ABORIGINAL PEOPLE IN AROUND PORT AUGUSTA TO COPE WITH COVID-19

Kespoke's Managing Director co-designed and co-managed this critical Program in early 2000 before joining the company and still assists on a regular basis.


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LOST PETS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

saving animals in South Australia

In her spare time, Kespoke's Chief Operating Officer, Linda Howell enjoys volunteering with Lost Pets of South Australia as an accredited microchip implanter and on their search and assist team helping lost pets be reunited with their owners.

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ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY JAB DAYS

maximising COVID vaccinations for Aboriginal people living Port Augusta

Kespoke Managing Director, David Kelly, secured significant funding to incentivise Aboriginal people living permanently and temporarily in Port Augusta and worked with Aboriginal Community Elders to maximise success


the result was that an additional 840 vaccinations occurred - the largest single increase (over 8 days) of any Indigenous Community in the world and lifted the vaccination rate to the highest of any Indigenous Community in the world.

NUNGA-X SPONSORSHIP

increasing the COVID-19 vaccination rate of Aboriginal people in the Far North of South Australia

the project resulted in 840 Aboriginal people becoming fully vaccinated and to have the highest vaccination rate of any Indigenous Community in the world

Kespoke sponsored the Nunga-X football carnival in Port Augusta in 2021.

the festival was an incentive for Aboriginal people in the Far North of South Australia to become fully COVID-19 vaccinated. To participate in the event as a football team or spectator, the people had to be fully vaccinated

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SPORT FOR HUMANITY

leveraging the sporting ecosystem to benefit the most worthy charity projects

Kespoke Managing Director, David Kelly, donates significant time - including a voluntary board directorship and being company secretary - for this Australian based charity with aspirations to expand globally and help the people most in need around the globe