Triple 0 Charity Ball
The Triple 0 Charity Ball was founded in 2021 to celebrate the people who risk their lives every day to protect our community. It gives the people of South Australia an opportunity to come together and support the amazing charities that assist South Australian emergency service workers, students, their families, and the community.
Bigger and Better!
Supporting 4 charities in the emergency services space.
SA Police Legacy, Australian Professional Firefighters Foundation, Stafford Wulff Opportunity Scholarship in Paramedic Science AND new to the ball this year is the CFS Foundation!
The Australian Professional Firefighters Foundation is committed to providing support and recovery services to Firefighters and their families.
The APFF also donates toys, games, beds, hospital equipment and more to the Newland Ward at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, as well as supporting victims of fire by providing financial assistance and other support to families around Adelaide who have been affected by fire.
SA Police Legacy is a registered charity that provides financial and emotional support to SA Police families who face serious health issues or bereavement, as well as helping to build much-needed social connection and support through activities and gatherings.
They assist over 400 “Legatees” (widow/ers) and around 40 “Young Legatees” (children) who are now living their lives without a parent or loved one.
The Stafford Wulff Opportunity Scholarship in Paramedic Science aims to create equity by providing vital support for commencing Flinders University paramedic students facing financial hardship.
Each year the scholarship assists students with the essential costs associated with their studies such as uniforms, fitness testing, vaccinations, and diagnostic equipment.
The CFS Foundation provides financial support to SA CFS (Country Fire Service) volunteers and their families who have suffered tragedy through death, injury or significant loss of their own property whilst protecting their communities.
There are over 13,500 CFS volunteers located in 425 brigades within South Australian communities who are on call 24/7 for all kinds of emergencies.