Giving Back

One Bright Cloud is proud to be part of Giving Back to the community. We sit on ‘Not for Profit’ Boards and provide our experience in understanding ways forward.

OBC have a dedicated fund that is provided through a set percentage of our profits back into community groups.

We are proud supporter of Indigenous Community Programs, Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Children’s Support.

This year (2019/20) our focus is on

Opera Queensland

Opera Queensland , One Bright Cloud, OBC

OQ’s Vision To enrich the lives of our diverse audience by creating thrilling opera, with exceptional artists and partners, courageously supporting and advancing the art form. Opera Queensland

Starlight Children’s Foundation

Starlight Childrens Foundation

Help make hospital fun for sick kids. Turning pain and fear into Fun and Laughter. Starlight

Reto to Hope

Reto To Hope

The drug addiction phenomenon has no boundaries; it knows no racial or social distinctions. New doors have been opened in the last years for dealing with the problem and RETO expanded its work in these directions also. Reto to Hope Say No to Drug (Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation)

It has been exciting for the One Bright Cloud to be involved in the following so far this year :-

Starlight Children’s Foundation Fundraising Gala dinner 2019 . Join us on a special night with friends and colleagues dedicated to making children’s lives that little bit easier while they face the most challenging times of their little lives. Contact us for a table or ticket.

14th Annual Brisbane’s Lord Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast 2019 . Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner  stated clearly now is the time to “Pray, Love and Act”.  OBC  sponsored Reto To Hope to be part of the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast at the City Hall. (Click Here for 96five’s wonderful write up)

Opera Queensland Gala Dinner raising funds for Composed in Queensland, an initiative that saw four Opera Queensland artists with song writers Megan Washington and Sara Storer work with students in five shires across the Central West. Students from Longreach, Winton, Blackall, Barcaldine and Barcoo wrote songs about the unbridled joys and gut wrenching hardships of life in the outback. (Click Here for Video)