Keyman Cares

We feel we are called to give back. A portion of all revenue received by KFS is put to practical use by supporting missions & projects around the world.

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As a Christian business, we truly believe that it is better to give than to receive. We always strive to be ‘others’ focused and the heart of our business is to help others in need.

We are incredibly proud to support a variety of organisations and missions projects around the globe. Every February we set aside time to discuss as a team what missions and projects we hope to support throughout the year. 

We support projects that have clearly defined objectives as we believe this results in more tangible outcomes for people truly in need. 

Malaria Prevention


In 2021 the world was cursed with Covid, yet on the other side of the world millions of people were dying from the most preventable disease on earth, Malaria.

Worldwide there were over 241 million cases of malaria and close to 627,000 malaria-related deaths. Of which 80% were children under 5. One method of prevention? Treated mosquito nets.

It is that simple. Keyman was able to provide funding for over 2,000 mosquito nets that protected an entire village in Burundi.

Home Building for Widows


Here in Australia, widows are cared for, supported and mourned. In Burundi, widows are outcasted, shamed and forgotten. Through our assistance to Sister Connection, we are helping to build homes for widows who have lost everything.

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Cataract Surgeries


In support of Eye Openers International & Dr David Moore, Keyman was able to contribute to our community goal of funding 1,000 cataract surgeries in Payakaraopeta in 2022. Every cataract surgery costs only $40AUD. $40 to give someone back the gift of sight.

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Local Charities


With the help of our incredible support staff, we helped assist numerous local charities in their local province regions. We were able to provide financial support for the Door of Hope Ministry which provides a safe haven for women and children who are victims of sexual abuse by providing food, shelter and education as well as food and school supplies for children of Gasa Elementary School in Barangay Gasa.



Every year Terry alongside the Moriarty family put on the Clare and Annmaree Moriarty Cup. One of Australia longest running charity golf days.

Clare was just 10 years, 11 months old when she died suddenly on the 17 February 1993. Annmaree died just 19 months later on 26 September 1994 at the age of 19 years. Their deaths were devastating for their parents Paul and Carmel and their brothers Paul, Danny & Patrick.

The positive happy attitude and the great fight for life shown by Clare & Annmaree in their battle against Cystic Fibrosis was an inspiration to many people.

Keyman assists in putting on this day with the aim of raising funds that are distributed by the Scott Martyn Foundation to families and patients suffering with Cystic Fibrosis.

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Know of a project worth supporting? Get in touch with us today.

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PO Box 5841, South Windsor, NSW 2756

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