Here at Salisbury’s we believe in serving our community and playing our part in creating change. Change for the good, that is.

albury tigers logoWe give locally because we live locally. Established in 1876 the Albury Tigers Club is a football and netball club based in Albury NSW and participates in the Ovens and Murray (O&M) league.

East Albury Cricket ClubBesides the fact that cricket is one of the most popular sports worldwide, the game has some unique aspects that make it especially beneficial for players so, locally, we’re delighted to be a Gold Sponsor.

We give locally because we live locally. Salisburys has been integral to the running of Albury Meals on Wheels for over two decades, and continues to provide all financial management services to this humble yet essential community service.

Special Children’s Christmas Party

Albury’s largest Christmas Party for special kids, the Special Children’s Christmas Parties are the biggest events of their kind in Australia for special needs children and their families. They work closely with hundreds of charities, schools, community groups and government organisations throughout the country to select these special children. Invitees are children who suffer from serious illnesses, physical or intellectual impairment, domestic violence or those who are living in underprivileged circumstances.

Splitters Creek Rural Fire BrigadeSplitters Creek Rural Fire Brigade is located just west of Albury in southern NSW and is made up of community members who volunteer their time to protect their community from the dangers of fire. They also educate community members about the dangers of fire and being fire ready.

We also support national charity initiatives, with highlights being sponsorship of Relay for Life, and distributing Street Swags in the Albury-Wodonga area. Take a closer look at the Street Swags program http://www.streetswags.org/

More than ever, we all have responsibilities as citizens of the world. So we have partnered with B1G1: Business for Good.

B1G1 is a global business giving program which allows us (and our clients) to make meaningful contributions to global development projects.

KAT6A is a charity close to the hearts of the team at Salisburys. One of our directors has a daughter with this extremely rare syndrome, in fact she was the first diagnosed in Australia and only the 40th in the world at the time. With such a rare syndrome, accessing government funding for research into treatments/cures is extremely hard to come by so the main source of funding for the foundation is through donations. Please visit the KAT6A foundation at www.kat6a.org to find out more about these beautiful kids and the syndrome and how you can help.