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Building Communities

Led by our CEO Justine Teggelove, who is personally involved in many of Rodine’s philanthropic activities, this work demonstrates Rodine’s commitment and passion to help build communities. Below links are some of the organisations we support and are actively involved with.


Women in STEM and Trades Pledge

Rodine Australia is pleased to have taken the Women in STEM and Trades Pledge. This pledge marks our support for increased training and career opportunities for girls and women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) fields and trades.


Balnarring Storm Basketball Club

The club was established to bring basketball teams in Balnarring and surrounding districts together, to create an opportunity for children to have an inclusive, positive basketball experience now and into the future.


Duke of Edinburgh's Award

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award helps to equip, engage and empower young people in Australia to explore their potential and to better understand who they are. It is with this in mind, that Rodine Australia is honoured to be a Duke of Edinburgh Employer.


The Huddle (NMFC)

This award winning program was established at NMFC to improve social cohesion by addressing the causes of disengagement among youth from migrant and refugee backgrounds.


Disability Sport & Recreation

Disability Sport and Recreation is a health-promoting organisation, with a mission to provide and promote positive health outcomes for Victorians with disability through participation in sport and recreation.



PaKT4Change is a mission driven charity engaging kids, parents and communities in innovative therapeutic music opportunities that promote change, build skills and disrupt harmful cycles.


OneDay to Conquer Cancer

Funds raised through OneDay to Conquer Cancer support vital cancer research at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.


Cancer Council Victoria

The funds raised from the event help Cancer Council save lives through the prevention, early detection and treatment of cancer.


Monbulk Football Netball Club

With a tradition spanning 119 years since formation in 1895, the Monbulk Football Netball Club is one of the oldest football clubs - of any code. Priding themselves on providing outstanding facilities and sporting opportunities to support the local town and surrounding district.