Charities We Support


Condev Cares is partnering with the Gold Coast Titans Community program as the “Official Social Inclusion Partner of the Gold Coast Titans”. This opportunity allows Condev Cares to greatly assist the Titans Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) team”. 

A key component of the PDRL community team is the engagement of schools, students, parents and teachers through the specially formatted programs.

The Gold Coast Titans Season runs from March – October 2020.

Get involved: Please contact Lee Masters – 0431 754 263



The 4ASD Kids charity was established by Mat Rogers and Chloe Maxwell, after their son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

4ASD Kids purpose is to change the lives of families  with children battling Autism Spectrum Disorder. By providing access to the early intervention treatment is critical to giving these kids the best chance at leading a normal life and reaching their full potential.

The 4ASD Kids website is a hub for resources and helpful information, and a forum for events and sponsorship opportunities.

Keep up to date here:


The Currumbin Community Special School is a Queensland State School providing a quality education for Queensland students with a verified intellectual disability and possible secondary impairments including hearing, vision, physical and Autism Spectrum Disorders. 

In 2018 and 2019 Condev Cares supported the Currumbin Community Special School by raising funds to purchase over $80,000 of mobility bikes and built the Condev Cares Recreational Area for the students to enjoy.

To learn more about the school:


The concept of Baby Give Back was born by former lawyer and Gold Coast mama of two, Carly Fradgley. Carly did some research and was stunned to learn that 1 in 6 children do not have the basic essentials that they need for a safe start to life. Baby Give Back aims to help families in crisis, providing donations via social service agencies.

Items range from nappies and wipes, through to prams, cots and car seats and everything in between. Everything that leaves the warehouse is thoroughly cleaned, safety checked, in good condition and beautifully packaged for their new family.

You can volunteer or find out more here:


The MND and Me Foundation was established by Scott Sullivan, a husband, and father of two children. A sufferer himself, Scott learned that Motor Neurone Disease causes the nerve cells (neurones) in the brain and spinal cord that control the way we walk, talk, eat, swallow, and breathe progressively die. MND and Me Foundation was formed to create awareness of Motor Neurone Disease as well as contribute towards finding a cure. The foundation also aims to reduce the burden of recently diagnosed patients and their families by providing practical assistance. As the symptoms of MND increase, the level of care needed to remain also increases. You can make a difference too by visiting: