At Seeley International, we believe in the importance of helping others.

Our company Founder and Executive Chairman, Frank Seeley AM, DUniv Flin, FAICD, and his wife, Kathy (who is also a director of the company), have a long history of giving back to the community.

Seeley International proudly supports a broad range of worthy local, Australian and international organisations, charities and events.

The Everglades Fund

The Everglades Fund was established by Frank Seeley AM, DUniv Flin, FAICD to support those people and groups who need assistance.

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Major sponsorships and recently supported organisations include:

Variety the Children’s Charity

Seeley International is proud to be the Major National Partner for Variety Bash motoring events across Australia.

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Seeley International’s contribution to Foodbank SA goes towards the Key Staples Program to offset a shortage of donations of core food staples such as pasta, rice, milk, meat.

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Flinders Foundation

The Flinders Foundation’s Pink Yellow Blue Ball has become one of the most prestigious annual gala balls and a highlight of Adelaide’s charitable fundraising calendar, and Seeley International is proud to be a supporter and help make a difference, with proceeds funding breakthrough cancer research programs and advance healthcare for cancer patients.

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Significant contribution to a range of other charity and community organisations

Over the years, the Everglades Fund has made significant contributions to a range of other charities and community organisations, including the Leukaemia Foundation in Australia, the TLC Orphanage in South Africa, Batiri and Malomalo primary schools in Fiji, the Klong Toey Community Centre in Bangkok, Compassion Indonesia, Hmong refugee children in Vietnam, Silky Oaks Children’s Haven in Queensland and Samaritan’s Purse in Australia, China, Haiti and Mexico.

Seeley International Foundation

In 2018, the company Founder and Executive Chairman, Frank Seeley AM, DUniv Flin, FAICD, and his wife, Kathy were pleased to announce that the Seeley International Foundation will support a number of very worthy initiatives above and beyond our already significant charity and community support activity. Helping others is very much part of who we are and what we do. With the Seeley International Foundation in place we are even better placed to continue to help those less fortunate and improve the lives of people around the world.

This has seen recent donations made to:

Transform the Nations – to establish a second safe house in Dhulikhel, Nepal to support vulnerable or trafficked women and children in India, Nepal and elsewhere.

Australian Lutheran World Service – to construct water systems and classrooms to help educate child refugees in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, which is home to around 200,000 people.

Musica Viva Australia – funding music education at primary schools in Aldinga Beach and Elizabeth South in South Australia, and provide opportunity for young students to learn from some of the nation’s best educators.

Errington Special Education Centre – the upgrading of a purpose-built playground at the Plympton-based special needs centre, which provides a quality education to 110 students with varying degrees of physical, medical and intellectual disabilities.

World Vision Australia – Cambodia Youth Leadership Development Project to support 551 young people aged between 15 and 29 years of age, to gain vocational skills and training in financial, business and entrepreneurship skills over two years.