HITsa Charitable Fund
At HITsa, we believe that every individual should be able to access quality training and development opportunities.
We have committed HITsa Charitable Fund, the rebranded Booze Brothers Staff Charitable Fund, to be our vehicle that drives this endeavour.
Booze Brothers Staff Charitable Fund was established in 2002 and has donated more than $700k to South Australian Charities since inception.
With the sale of the Booze Brothers hotels and bottleshops in 2022, the charitable fund changed its name and elected to focus its ongoing fundraising activities to improving the access of marginalised groups to training and development opportunities.
Our commitment to supporting South Australian registered charities and service organisations is as strong as ever. 100% of all donations go towards our cause, just as they have since 2002.
HITsa acknowledges the generous support of Adrian and Leon Saturno, which allows every cent to count.
If you require further information, please contact Olivia Muller, Executive Officer – [email protected]; 08 8375 2800
2023 Donation Recipients
Seeds of Affinity – Pathways for Women – is a not-for profit volunteer run community group established by and for women with lived prison experience. Founded in 2006 to address the gaps in services provided to women in prison and particularly upon release.
Circle of Friends Australia (Jobs Café Initiative) – Local community groups who support asylum seekers and refugees living in the community, or visit those in detention. Circle of Friends welcome and assist asylum seekers and refugees with the difficult process of establishing themselves in Australia, or with the challenges of detention and the asylum application process.
Gold Foundation – Providing support for young people on the Autism Spectrum and their families. Gold Foundation operates Australia’s-first ‘Shine Like Gold!’ Mobile Café social innovation project to provide supported employment to young autistic superheroes.
Kickstart for Kids – A South Australian Children’s Charity founded on the belief that every child, regardless of their social or economic background, should have an equal chance to succeed. Kickstart for Kids facilitates this belief by running school breakfast and lunch programs, mentoring programs and providing basic clothing and healthcare support in South Australian schools.