Community Support

Diverse Shopfitters are proud to support the following charities and community organisations.

Racing for MNDI

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurological condition that attacks the motor neurones (nerves). It is the name given to a group of diseases in which the nerve cells (neurones) controlling the muscles that enable us to move, speak, swallow and breathe undergo degeneration and die. The cause of MND is unknown and not all symptoms of the disease necessarily happen to everyone with the patterns of weakness varying from person to person. MND is diagnosed in people of all ages, men and women. Currently there is no cure, however symptoms can be managed to help the person achieve the best possible quality of life.

Golf Day Sponsorship

September 2017

Diverse Shopfitters recently sponsored a hole at the recent Italian Club of WA Charity Golf Day, with all proceeds going to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.


Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease with no known cause that affects thousands of people in Australia and millions around the world. It is sometimes called juvenile diabetes because it is often diagnosed in children.

Sufferers of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) are unable to produce insulin which the body needs to utilise the energy in food sugars (glucose from carbohydrates). Without insulin, the body effectively starves, while the glucose builds up in the blood. Type 1 diabetics must monitor their food intake and balance their blood glucose levels with artificial insulin via multiple daily injections or delivered via an insulin pump. Too much insulin can induce potentially fatal hypoglycemia and too little leads to a host of complications including kidney disease, blindness and nerve damage.

Whilst diabetes management has come a long way, for sufferers and their families, it is still a demanding regime of counting carbohydrates, testing blood levels and injections. We are proud to support the JDRF to help find a cure and relieve some of the burden from Type 1 sufferers, their families and carers.