Equal Opportunities and Social Awareness
APA is committed to providing opportunities to every person we can.
Our primary source of employment are agencies such as Max Employment and Mission Australia before using privately funded organizations. We pride ourselves on hiring what many other companies consider “unemployable” people through government assisted and funded agencies. We believe in and abide by the equal opportunity act of NSW.
APA currently sponsors five children and one hospital centre through the Salvation Army sponsorship plans. Sponsorship and charity is something that all team members of APA are passionate about.
Eduardo is 6 years old and lives in Guatamala.
Eduardo’s father is a trader and his mother looks after him and his siblings. The money they receive is not enough to support them so they are grateful for any sponsorship of Eduardo’s education.
Sharifa is 7 years old. She lives in Tanzania.
Sharifa grew up fearing for her life. She was taken to the Matumaini School of Hope where she is cared for and protected. Along with life and death challenges due to being born with albinism without the protective pigment in her skin and eyes she is at risk of developing deadly skin cancers and deteriorating eye sight.
Nurya is 13 and lives in Tanzania.
Nurya is a happy 13 year old girl who was born with paralysis of both her legs. She attends school at The Salvation Army’s Matumaini School of Hope for Children with a disability. She is one of four children in her family.
Julie is 15 and lives in Papua New Guinea.
Julie lives with her parents who are Salvatin Army Officers stationed in the western highlands province of PNG. She is athletic and wants to be a police woman when she grows up
Matha is 8 years old and lives in Tanzania.
Matha is a happy and active young lady. She was born with albinism and without the protective pigment in her skin and eyes she is at risk of developing deadly skin cancers and deteriorating eye sight.
The Howard Hospital Children First Programme located in Zimbabwe.
The Mombasa Children’s Home was to improve the lives of orphaned children found in the streets, hospitals, police stations and government children’s departments. There are currently 60 (28 boys and 32 girls) residing at the home.