Corporate Social Responsibility | Asia Escape

Corporate Social Responsibility

As an Australian owned & operated company who specialises in travel to Asia, we believe we have a responsibility to invest in both our local community here in Australia and the environment overseas in Asia.

Here are two of the charities we are proud to be supporting and will continue to support in the future.

For The Animals

For The Animals is an Australian conservation charity dedicated to protecting endangered wildlife in Southeast Asia. They work with the world’s leading field experts in anti-poaching and trafficking and report quantifiable results of their work to donors. Currently, funding is allocated across the following programs: 50% Community anti-poaching patrols, 30% Care for injured or orphaned wildlife & 20% Release of rehabilitated animals.

Would you like to help and experience this for yourself? For The Animals operate regular trips to the field to take donors to see the progress being made by the programs they fund. These trips are unique to For The Animals and provide exclusive access to the people and animals at the front-line of the wildlife conservation efforts in Cambodia. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please see for more details.

Saba Rose Button Foundation

The Saba Rose Button Foundation is a not-for-profit charity focused on raising funds to help children who have special needs and their families. The funds raised will pay for these special children to participate in ‘intensive blocks’ of physiotherapy, for specialised equipment that is needed, for parental respite and for care in the home.

The Saba Rose Button Foundation was originally established to help a special little girl named Saba. Although perfectly healthy before, Saba had a severe and life changing reaction to the 2010 flu vaccine. This product is no longer available to infants because of what happened to Saba & the awareness this raised in regards to its safety. Saba has received compensation for what occurred and for this reason, is no longer eligible to access the SRB Foundation.