holster® MENA proudly supports The Rashid Centre For Disabled by donating a percentage of our profits.
I am delighted to be involved with holster Australia and their initiative to help the Rashid Centre for the Disabled in Dubai. Please accept our heartiest congratulations for the milestones you have achieved so far.
It is indeed heart warming to see that more and more organisations and individuals are becoming involved in the community in a positive way.
Without the community support, we would never have been able to provide hight standards in terms of commitment to Special Education and community outreach.
The centre is truly blessed to have such wonderful people, who give our children the support and services they deserve.
We look forward to build and strengthen our relationship with holster Australia in the future.
Last but not least let me take this opportunity to wish you all success with the launch.
CEO The Rashid Centre For Disabled
The Australian Koala Foundation
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat.
The AKF is totally non-government funded so as to remain politically neutral, unbiased and speak solely for the koala. It is for this reason that they need your help!
World Animal Protection
They move the world to protect animals. They end the suffering of animals.
Why? Because animals have a right to live free from pain. How? By tackling cruelty and suffering worldwide.
Today they’re working on projects like this worldwide – helping governments and communities to protect and care for their animals.
Soles4Souls provide shoes to third world countries to make a world of difference to the lives of many. holster have recently sent a shipment of shoes for distribution overseas.
World Vision Australia
Thubicho John from Africa has been proudly sponsored by holster® for many years through World Vision. We also sponsor a gorgeous little girl from Malawi, Aisha Ali.
During November 2013, holster made a donation to World Vision to assist with disaster relief as a result of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
The Australian Red Cross