In its 12th consecutive year, the TAG 1% charity lunch held at the South of Perth Yacht Club on 11th September raised $111,434 and that’s a NEW record. This will be life changing to so many. We are enormously grateful and extremely proud to have raised this amount and the result simply would not have happened without the generosity of our loyal supporters.

  • Prospa
  • Justin Pirrottina & Family
  • Vibe
  • MLEC Solar
  • Meat Direct
  • South Perth Rugby League
  • South of Perth Yacht Club
  • Perth Wildcats
  • Move Homes
  • Automasters
  • Genevieve Montgomerie
  • The Parsons Group
  • Walker Wayland
  • Coote & Associates
  • GFA Business Advisers
  • Multi Plant
  • QPR
  • City of Melville
  • Rohan Jewellers
  • Southern Cross Broker Network
  • Specialist Finance
  • Vorteil Financial Group
  • Harcourt Alliance
  • Bourkes
  • Move Homes
  • Jo Smith
  • Urbane Projects
  • ASB Marketing
  • Perrott Painting
  • Lift Equipt
  • Best Bar
  • Benchmark Hydraulics
  • Holden Balrow
  • PCB WA – Sheldon Brady
  • Stormbox
  • Balmoral Legal
  • Perth Racing
  • Connective
  • Wella

The bar has been raised and we’re thrilled to support the following beneficiaries:


Heart Kids WA TAG have been aligned with Heart Kids WA after witnessing first hand the unwavering support they provided a family that TAG had worked closely with for many years. Heart Kids aim to help children with Congenital Heart Disease - and their families - to lead the most fulfilling life possible and to reach their personal goals.



nakuru hope logo TAG have been aligned with the tremendous and unrelenting work that local Perth lady, Susan Saleeba has been doing for endangered and at risk kids in Nakuru Kenya. Her vision to protect, educate and house began in 2008. This lunch has provided a stable source of funding for over 5-years and we look forward to making a small contribution to the amazing work Susan does in Africa.



Trailblazer logo TAG continues to support Trailblazer by providing solar lights and water filtration systems to remote rural communities in Cambodia.


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