Bryn Evans Personal Training Supported Charities

As part of Bryn Evans Personal Training Referral Reward Program, for each friend that is referred to me, I will make a donation on your behalf to one of our approved charities. Each of these charities has been put forward by someone from within the Bryn Evans Personal Training community because it is close to their heart.



The Grief Centre WA:

“A grieving heart has a longing that will always remain; yet death is rarely discussed and conversations about grief are often avoided. When we find understanding, support and a sense of community, it is possible to not feel so alone in our grief. We offer this support – regardless of when the loss occurred or how it happened.”


Ethan Davies Fellowship:

“In partnership with the Telethon Kids Institute, Shannon and Christie-Lee have established the Ethan Davies Fellowship, which will facilitate collaborative childhood brain cancer research between the Institute and other research institutes around the world by supporting “inbound” and “outbound” visiting fellows.”



“LIVIN is a registered charity, non-profit organisation that was founded to wipe out the stigma on mental illness and raise awareness for suicide prevention. The core of LIVIN’s mission is the mantra “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”, to encourage and inspire people to speak up and seek help. Education forms the heart of what we do. Through education we can influence generational change with a fresh new approach to mental health.”



“Beyondblue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live.”


Variety, The Children’s Charity. Bash Car 86:

“Variety – the Children’s Charity helps children and their families with financial support for things like wheelchairs, specialist equipment, therapy, and medical supplies, when they can’t afford it, and when government assistance isn’t available.”



“Our mission is to help every young person to effectively deal with mental health issues.”


Soldier On:

“Soldier On’s mission is to achieve the best reintegrated generation of serving and ex-serving men and women in Australia’s history. To achieve this, Soldier On supports those who have served by focusing on their physical and mental health, their family, their community, and their future.”


Multiple Sclerosis WA:

“MSWA provides support and vital healthcare services to people living with MS and all neurological conditions. With your support, we are giving hope to Western Australians living with neurological conditions by funding research, delivering much needed support and services, and providing high care accommodation and respite.”


Cure Brain Cancer Foundation:

“Cure Brain Cancer is the peak organisation for brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness in Australia, with a time-critical mission to increase five-year survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023. With a strong patient focus we forge global collaborations, fund innovative research and are bringing world-class clinical trials to Australia to give children and adults with brain cancer access to new treatments faster.”


RUAH Community Services:

“Our vision: Flourishing communities through active participation and wellbeing of people with complex needs. Our mission:Empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create meaningful change in their lives through provision of quality support services.”


Telethon Kids Institute:

“The Telethon Kids Institute is one of the largest, and most successful medical research institutes in Australia, comprising a dedicated and diverse team of more than 500 staff and students. Established in 1990 by Founding Director Professor Fiona Stanley, the Institute was among the first to adopt a multidisciplinary approach to major health issues: clinical research, laboratory sciences and epidemiologists all under the one roof, to tackle complex diseases and issues in a number of ways.”


Down Syndrome WA:

“People with Down syndrome have the same dreams and aspirations as anyone else. At Down Syndrome WA our mission is to help them achieve their goals. DSWA is a not for profit organisation which provides support and information to people with Down syndrome, their families and the wider community. As we do not receive any ongoing Government funding we rely on the support of our members and the community.”



“Our Vision is to prevent child sexual assault in our society. Our Mission is to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child.”


Heart Foundation:

“We fund lifesaving heart research, and work to improve heart disease prevention and care for all Australians.”


Mother’s Day Classic:

“The Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic is an annual fun run and walk raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research. Our aim is to deliver a fun, healthy and inspirational event that brings the community together on Mother’s Day to support and remember those touched by breast cancer.”