It's one thing to grow and expand a business, but it's also important to support the local community and charities.
Since 1995, the Jarvis Group has provided over $10 million in support to South Australian and South East Asian charities.
Jarvis provides major support to the following charities and organisations:
For over 30 years, the Jarvis Group has been a major sponsor of Variety SA. Our sponsorship of this great organisation, which provides support to children in need in our community, ranges from our sponsorship of the Variety 4WD Challenge, to donating the 2015 Clipsal Safety Car (an FPV GT) Boss to Variety to auction as the 2015 charity partner of the Clipsal 500.
Jarvis is a proud supporter of Animals Asia, a Hong Kong-based government-registered animal welfare charity founded by Jill Robinson MBE in 1998. Animals Asia is most well known for it's on-going work in saving the "Moon Bears" in China and Vietnam.
Zoos SA is a non profit conservation charity. They provide education, as well as supporting and conducting many conservation, breeding and research programs at Adelaide and Monarto Zoos as well as working within the WAZA guidelines for the ethical treatment of animals. As a proud sponsor of Zoos SA, the Jarvis Group is delighted to help in the supply of a vehicle “I-Zoo Zoo” which assists with travel between Adelaide and Monarto Zoos, together with the flash fleet of “Zoo-barus” used by children to explore the Adelaide Zoo in their very own (small!) car!
Since 2013, Jarvis Subaru has been delighted to be the Adelaide Fringe’s vehicle supplier, and to be associated with this iconic event. Adelaide Fringe is the largest arts event in the Southern Hemisphere and is internationally renowned as one of the best.
The Barossa District Football and Netball Club is based in Williamstown at the southern gateway to the Barossa Valley, incorporating the towns of Lyndoch and Williamstown.
Established in 1908, the Tanunda Football Club is one of the Barossa Valley's most successful and prominent sporting teams, hosting both junior and senior teams. As a relative newcomer to the Barossa, the Jarvis Group wanted to be involved at a grass roots level with an established organisation which is an integral part of the region and the community… and support it.