Sponsorship Testimonials

Sponsorship Testimonials


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Dear Allan, 
GOLD SUPPORTER OF THE INVERLOCH CLASSIC WOODEN DINGHY REGATTA
The South Gippsland Yacht Club, Inverloch & District Lions Club, Rotary Club of Inverloch and Inverloch Historical Society combined their efforts to bring to life the Regattas that were a key event in Inverloch's summer holiday calendar going back more than 100 yeas. The Regatta is a festive event over the Australia Dy Weekend that reflects on our town's sailing and seaside heritage.
In January 2015 the second Inverloch Classic Wooden Dinghy Regatta was conducted, and with your Gold support, the Regatta Committee successfully undertook a colourful and interesting event. We were very pleased to be able to bring solo "Round the World"sailor Jessica Watson OAM and '2011 Young Australian of the Year'to our town together with Tom King, Gold Medallist 470 Yacht Class in 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Jessica inspired many people, young and old, when she spoke to a packed audience in the Inverloch Community Hub Hall about her sailing adventures. Many people bring their wooden sailing dinghies to Inverloch to participate in this unique event. Although weather conditions on Sunday were not favourable for sailing, visitors still came from surrounding towns an Melbourne to attend the event. Monday was a great day for the display of boats in 'The Glade'and again visitors turned up from as far as Bendigo to participate view the array of beautiful wooden sailing dinghies.
The Regatta Committee is now in the process of putting together a Regatta for 2017, which will again be a festive event for Inverloch. As such, we thank you and your organisation for the support shown to us for the 2015 Regatta. We hope this event has been what you expected and we will be looking forward to your supports for the next Regatta. 
Your sincerely,
Allan Driver, Commodore, South Gippsland Yacht Club


Thank you for helping to improve our School. To improve our kids'experience today and invest in it for tomorrow. For showing them they are part of a community, and helping to demonstrate the value of contribution.
Wendy Caple, Principal, Inverloch Primary School


Dear Allan & Scott

I am writing on behalf of the Parents' Committee for Inverloch & District Preschool Assn. Inc. to thank you very much for allowing us to use your firm's Marquee on the day of our recent Walkathon/Family Fun Day.

We were fortunate to have had a fine sunny day which made for great attendance and resulted in a very successful fundraiser.

Many thanks !
Michelle Matthews, Walkathon Co-ordinator


Dear LJ Hooker Inverloch and Wonthaggi

Thank you very much for your generous donation of a Weekend package to the Yarra Valley as the prize for the lucky key raffle "Unlocking a Cure for Diabetes" towards our fund raising night. The lucky keys raised $1,300. You helped make the 16th Royal Children's Hospital Diabetic Dinner Dance a success. Please know that we are indebted to you for your outstanding contribution, loyalty and support.
We have had a fantastic result and I have been able to hand over a substantial cheque of $50,000 to Professor George Werther at the RCH. This money helps make a huge difference in the lives of children living with this chronic disease, Diabetes. The money raised goes directly to fund and run the complication screening program at the Royal Children's Hospital. 1,500 children annually are tested for any early onset of diabetic complications, which affect the heart, kidneys, eye sight and vascular system. This program has proven to be very successful over the past 16 years and complications have gone from 30% to 2%.
There is no Hospital or Government funding, it is our fund raising dollars that keep this important program running. So as you can see it is essential to keep raising the money to keep this program up and running. Further funds raised from this night go towards research projects and helping adolescence with diabetes suffering the added complication of depression & anxiety. You should be proud to know with your help you personally have helped hundreds of Diabetic children that grow to be teenagers & adults NOT go blind, have heart attacks, go on dialysis or have a leg amputated.
We plan to hold our 17th Fundraising Dinner Dance in July 2014 and hope you can support us again. Thank you for believing in our vision & helping us to be one step closer to a longer & easier life for Diabetic children.
Kerrie Beauglehall, All Diabetic Children & Doctors of the Diabetic Unit at The Royal Children's Hospital


Dear Team Inverloch

Congratulations on your nomination for Top Sales Office & Top Office (All Income).

We look forward to you continuing your success over the next 12 months.

Well done on your nomination at the Victoria and Tasmania LJ Hooker Night of the Stars awards night, this certainly highlights what a fantastic year you have had.

You should be very proud of your nomination as we are of you being nominated.

Congratulations once again and I look forward to seeing you in your office on my next visit.
Paul O'Regan, Regional Manager


Dear Allan

Congratulations on your nomination for Franchise Owner of the Year.

Well done on your nomination at the Victoria and Tasmania LJ Hooker Night of the Stars awards night, this certainly highlights what a fantastic year you have had.

You should be very proud of your nomination as we are of you being nominated.

Congratulations once again and I look forward to seeing you in your office on my next visit.
Paul O'Regan, Regional Manager


Dear Allan

The Leongatha Golf Club Women's Committee would like to thank LJ Hooker for your recent generous sponsorship of one of our Wednesday competition days.

It was greatly appreciated, especially by those ladies who played so well and had a win !

Thank you once again from us all.
Leongatha Golf Club Women's Committee


Dear LJ Hooker Directors and Staff

On behalf of the organising committee, I would like to thank you for lending us your marquee for our cycling event on November 19th.

Your generosity is much appreciated and helped to make the event a great success. We received a great deal of positive feedback from the cyclists about Inverloch's traders.
Stephanie Hume, Sec/Treasurer, Bass Coast Cycle Challenge

It is with great pleasure that I write on behalf of Kerrie Beauglehall, organiser of the Annual Diabetic Dinner Dance, the children, families and staff of the Diabetes Service at the Royal Children's Hospital, to thank you for your effort in making this event a tremendous success.

Your contribution over the last year towards this event has truly been appreciated. In particular, your donation of the prize for the Helping to Unlock a Cure for Diabetes lucky key bags.

The funds raised will continue to support an essential component of the activities of the RCH Diabetes Service, namely screening for early diabetes complications in young people. This service is not funded by any other source. Some of these funds will also continue to support our Research Programs into the potentially damaging effects of diabetes on children's development and brain function.

Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Professor George Wether, Director, Centre for Hormone Research, MCRI and Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes, RCH


Thank you very much for your generous donation of an Accommodation voucher for the prize winner of Unlocking a Cure for Diabetes lucky key bags towards our fund raising night. The sale of the bags raised $1,500. You helped make the 15th Royal Children's Hospital Diabetic Dinner Dance a success. 

Please know that we are indebted to you for your outstanding contribution, loyalty and support. We have had a fantastic result and I have been able to hand over a substantial cheque of $42,000 to Professor George Werther at the RCH. This money helps make a huge difference in the lives of children living with this chronic disease, Diabetes. The money raised goes directly to fund & run the complication screening program at the Royal Children's Hospital. 1,500 children annually are tested for any early onset of diabetic complications, which affect the heart, kidneys, eye sight and vascular system. This program has proven to be very successful over the past 15 years and complications have gone from 30% to 2%. 

There is no Hospital or Government funding, it is our fund raising dollars that keep this important program running. So as you can see it is essential to keep raising the money to keep this program up and running. Further funds raised from this night go towards research projects and helping adolescents with diabetes suffering the added complication of depression & anxiety. You should be proud to know that with your help you personally have helped hundreds of Diabetic children that grow to be teenagers & adults NOT go blind, have heart attacks, go on dialysis or have a leg amputated. 

We plan to hold our 16th Fundraising Dinner Dance in July 2012 and hope you can support us again. Thank you for believing in our vision & helping us to be one step closer to a longer & easier life for Diabetic children.

Kerrie Beauglehall, All Diabetic children & Doctors of the Diabetic Unit at The Royal Children's Hospital
 

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