Importance of Corporate Members

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Abacus ALS - Vital Corporate Members

Tony South is a 72 year old motivational speaker for PBF with an outstanding list of achievements.

Our Corporate Members are vitally important to PBF Australia.

When your company becomes a Corporate Member you are not only protecting your staff, but you are helping to fund one of Australia’s most respected Public Benevolent Institutions. When money is donated to PBF Australia, we guarantee 100% of all donations are used to support people living with traumatic spinal cord injury.

Abacus ALS have been a proud Corporate Member of PBF Australia for the past 12 months and we would like to acknowledge their support.

With over 47 years of experience Abacus ALS’s goal is to provide the highest quality products to meet the specialist needs of their customers. They are positively contributing to the health outcomes of millions of Australian’s and New Zealanders. Offering superior solutions in the areas of anatomical pathology, allergy and autoimmunity, bone and mineral testing, infectious serology, blood banking, life science, medical simulation education products and general laboratory equipment.

Abacus ALS prides itself on fostering a strong culture of excellence, and has won multiple awards in recognition of this.  In 2013 they were awarded the “QCF Corporate Business Philanthropist of the Year Award”. Being Corporate Members of PBF Australia plays a significant part in Abacus ALS’s Social Responsibility.

Some of the ways in which they support PBF Australia are:

  • Fundraising – contributing to PBF’s Gifting Fund.
  • Raising Awareness – recently all staff underwent training on how to prevent and avoid a spinal cord related injury.
  • Corporate Membership – so all Australia-based staff are covered if they were ever to sustain a permanent traumatic spinal cord injury.

Tony South (PBF Community Partnership Manager) was the key note speaker at Abacus ALS’s conference last year.  Tony is a 72 year old successful motivational speaker with an outstanding list of achievements. These achievements include but are not limited to; surviving a gunshot at age 9 that resulted in paraplegia; 2 world records in Archery Paralympics; Order of Australia Award (OAM) for service to the community and Australia Medal (AM) for services to injury prevention.

If you would like to find out more information about becoming a Corporate Member of PBF Australia you can do so here.

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