Community is important. That’s why Club Red CEO, Tony Inman is a firm believer in giving something back to the community, so each year he selects community groups that we can support in some way, whether it is through promotion, endorsements, donations, or even some form of hands on help.

The following groups are organisations that we have helped recently, or are currently supporting:

Community support needed - help Eplilepsy WA


Epilepsy is a disruption of brain function that interrupts the normal electrical activity of the brain causing brain seizures.

More than 60 million people across the globe are diagnosed with epilepsy. The current trend indicates that more new cases are discovered in developing countries.

In Australia, it is estimated that more than 200,000 people suffer from epilepsy. Epilepsy Association of WA  assists local sufferers to cope with this condition.


Community organmisation Supercamp for Kids helps children in need

Supercamp Australia is an organisation committed to helping unprivileged or disadvantaged children.

They run camps to help build children’s confidence, self-esteem and social skills.

Children who attend also typically achieve significant improvements in their academic results.

Community applies to sea creatures as well as land-based ones. Tony Inman supports Sea Shepherd

Sea Shepherd is an organisation we support because they protect the world’s marine eco-systems from the ravages and short-sightedness of mankind.

They have had notable victories in recent decades in helping to reduce the slaughter of seals, whales and sharks in our oceans.

For more information or to support them, go to

Community organisations like Cyrenian House help people in need with drug and alcohol problems

Cyrenian House is a not-for-profit non-government organisation, based in the Perth metro area, that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) sector since 1981.