The Foundation has also been actively involved with smaller humanitarian activities where it can make a difference in poorer, third world communities.
For three years the Foundation has assisted remote communities in the Pacific Islands by providing the free distribution of scholastic material, medicines and clothing to villagers in locations not serviced by regular transport.
In 2009 the Foundation organised the transport to hospital of two sick children from a very remote location in the Santa Cruz Islands, in so doing saving the life of one child who would have died without access to modern medical care.
The Foundation is now planning regular medical expeditions with the support of local authorities and volunteer medical professionals, to assist local communities with training and the development of sustainable healthcare for remote locations. We also assist with the provision of educational material, radios and communication equipment, training and other benefits to remote communities.