The communities we operate in are important to us. Modoras maintains our community support both collectively as a business and individually in our personal contributions.
We do this by investing in local interests and donating time and financial support to a number of not-for-profit organisations.
Fund Raising Events
Modoras have hosted fundraising events in support of many charities including the National Breast Cancer Foundation and The Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal, and for many years, Modoras were the primary Churchie Old Boys Association sponsor. Modoras Associate Director and Executive Planner, Tony Sarai, continues to serve on the Executive Committee of the Churchie Old Boys Association and has maintained active involvement in Churchie’s sports programs as a Football Coach & Referee for many years.
Cancer Council Queensland
Modoras are heavily involved in Cancer Council Queensland fund raising inanities, with annual involvement in “Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea,” “Relay for Life” and “Daffodil Day”. The Modoras team are proud to make a difference to the lives of cancer suffers and supporters.
Cancer Council Pro Bono Program
Modoras are members of the Cancer Council Pro Bono Program, delivering complimentary advice for cancer sufferers as a part of their business advisory program. The ability to relieve some of the financial pressures that arise when small business owners suffer from Cancer is a true honor, enabling them to focus on their recovery.
Indoz (“India & Oz”)
Modoras Group Managing Director, Peter Sarai plays a key role in the formation and ongoing management of INDOZ (“India & Oz”) Sikh Community Cultural & Sports Centre, a not-forprofit community-based organisation established to represent the interests and needs of the Indian and Sikh community in Brisbane.
The Mental Awareness Foundation
Modoras Associate Director, Jita Sarai, is a founding Director of the Mental Awareness Foundation (MAF), of which Modoras is an official sponsor. MAF leads the crusade to break the taboo of talking about suicide and depression.