Thomas Building is a proud sponsor of Cystic Fibrosis and recently supported the
2020-2023 Cystic Fibrosis Golf Classic

Last year’s recipient was Dr Luke Garratt and here is the announcement

Funds raised through the 2020-2022 Cystic Fibrosis Golf Classic – Supporting CF Research

CFWA are excited to announce The Australian CF Research Trust (ACFRT) have approved an application for research funding by Dr Luke Garratt from the Wal-yan Respiratory Research Centre, in place of the 2nd proposed PhD scholarship from 2020 CFWA Golf Classic proceeds (a second scholarship was not able to be awarded).

Dr Luke Garratt’s project is regarding neutrophils which perform an important immune function in your body, however for people with cystic fibrosis (CF) they can actually behave harmfully causing lung damage. Luke’s research aims to find methods to change this. CFWA liaises with local CF researchers on an ongoing basis, so we know this is a priority need for research funding support.

Heroes Lunch 2023 for zero2hero’s youth mental health programs.

Recently Thomas Building attended The Heroes Lunch to help raise crucial funds for zero2hero’s youth mental health programs.

Proud Sponsors of the FeNaClNG Festival 2023

We are thrilled to announce our recent sponsorship of the FeNaClNG Festival 2023! As a long-standing pillar of the Pilbara community, this iconic event has been bringing families together since 1972, and this year's celebration marks its 51st anniversary.

Cossack Dragon Boat Festival

A celebration of Asian Aboriginal connection. Thomas Building is proud to be supporting this community event.

Cambodia Building programs – Raw Impact Initiatives

Thomas Building provided sponsorship for two students to travel to Cambodia as part of team trips organised by Raw Impact. The teams, over 10 days, successfully contributed to the construction of basic housing for locals in Cambodian villages, as well as assisting with the creation of sustainable agricultural initiatives. The two students, Nikki Coleman and Ami Dique, appreciated the funding provided for the trip by Thomas Building, and expressed the whole experience as life changing for them as they got an understanding of the poverty and living conditions in which the Cambodian people struggle to survive.

Thunderbolts Netball Club Karratha Sponsorship – 2020 - 2023

Thomas Building sponsored the Thunderbolts Netball Club based in Karratha from 2020 to 2023. This club, fields 12 teams in the Karratha Netball Association Competition being the largest club within the association.

Sponsorship from Thomas Building has allowed the club to reimburse any coaches who complete their Foundations Coaching or Umpiring courses to ensure they are fully accredited.

In addition, the funds from the sponsorship provide members with a higher level of coaching staff. 2022 registered netballer was provided a training singlet by the club.

Cape2Cape Trek for Young Heroes

Thomas Building sponsored Alan Thomas to take part in the 135kms over 5 days from Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. The event was to raise crucial funds for zero2hero’s youth mental health program, to make a difference in the lives of young people in Western Australia. On completion of the trek, Alan spoke of the challenges of the trek and more importantly the insight he gained into struggles and issues of our youth today. The team, through their efforts raised over $50,000 which will go towards funding the training of school-aged children and teenagers with the skills to support their friends when they may be experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, and bullying, self-harm or suicidal thoughts.

North Pilbara Football League 2023 Sponsorship

Supporting Local Talent: Thomas Building Sponsors North Pilbara Football League to compete in WA Country Football Championships. Division 3 – Grand Final Winners 2023
We are excited to announce our sponsorship of the North Pilbara Football League (NPFL) as they prepare for the highly anticipated WA Country Football Championships. Congratulations to the NPFL team for their outstanding performance, winning the Grand Final in Division 3.