We’ve been a proud member of the Canberra community for over 60 years. Capitol Chilled Foods, though Canberra Milk, is committed to supporting our community and the region by sponsoring and promoting local initiatives, particularly in health and sports. We also love to get out and about, and be involved in events and schools.
Snowy Hydro SouthCare aero medical rescue helicopter started in 1998 and has performed over 4,000 missions. Based in Canberra it covers the region east to the coast, north to Orange, south to the Victorian border and west to Hay. It performs four types of missions - Primary (accidents), Secondary (patient transfers from regional hospitals to major hospitals), Search and Rescue and Bushfire. It operates 24 hours every day, 365 day a year. There is no cap on mission numbers.
Canberra Milk have long-term sponsors of Snowy Hydro SouthCare. The Canberra Milk logo is proudly displayed on the Rescue Helicopter.
The Canberra District Rugby League Referees Association supplies referees to all Rugby League competitions in Canberra (ACT) and surrounding districts encompassing Goulburn, Cooma, and Yass. Becoming a referee promotes an active lifestyle and the Association also has strong links with NSWRL and the NRL.
Canberra’s Big Healthy Bones Morning Tea will be conducted on Wednesday 3 August. In previous years up to 70 ACT schools and over 2000 have taken part in Canberra’s Big Healthy Bones Morning Tea. The purpose of the Week is to inform children and their parents about osteoporosis and how to prevent it. One of the best ways of protecting children against this debilitating condition is to ensure that they develop strong, healthy bones. Exercise, vitamin D and a diet rich in calcium are all it takes.
Tumut Blues Rugby League Football Club is enjoying a very successful decade. In Group 9, we have been the 1st Grade Premiers of 2003, 2007, 2008, and 2010. We were also the Group 9 Club Champions 2010. The Club supports the youth of the Tumut region by providing a social and sporting outlet through participating in the great game of Rugby League.
RSPCA ACT is Canberra’s leading animal welfare organisation, caring for over 8,500 domestic and native animals each year. It is the leading shelter in Australia for rehoming companion animals and releases of native animals.
Canberra Milk sponsors major RSPCA ACT events such as Pets’ Party and Million Paws Walk. Million Paws Walk is a national event and attracts over 10,000 people each year in Canberra alone. RSPCA ACT also features on Canberra Milk 1L cartons.
"RSPCA ACT relies on individuals and businesses in the Canberra community for over 80% of its funding. Without major sponsors such as Canberra Milk, RSPCA ACT would struggle to provide the necessary care for thousands of animals in need each year."
The CYT Actors Ensemble is a year long training program for young people aged 18-25 who are passionate about developing their skills in performance. The Ensemble training aims to create independent theatre creator/actors, developing skills for performance as well industry training. Each ensemble member will finish the year having developed an idea for the creation of an independent work, creative developments and the knowledge of how to pursue funding and support for the work.
Canberra Star Ball is an annual committee-run fundraising ball that supports the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Canberra Milk have been a supporter of the Canberra Star Ball since its inaugural event five years ago. Their ongoing support and contribution to the Canberra Star Ball and the Starlight Children’s Foundation generously assists in providing critical funding for Starlight programs at the Canberra Hospital, in the ACT and surrounding regions.
"We are grateful to have a relationship with Canberra Milk and thank them for their contribution to helping brighten the lives of seriously ill and hospitalised children and their families in the ACT."
Youth Dance Festival is a non-competitive and inclusive dance festival for high school and college students and is a major contributor to youth arts and audience development. Every year around 1,350 dancers from more than 32 secondary schools and colleges work over six months for three nights of performance at The Canberra Theatre.