Through Classics For A Cause, they give people a chance to win classic cars, offer discounted services, and partner with Aussie charities to make a difference.
It may take years for some people to enter their chosen field and then create a successful niche for themselves in the same, while some others may realize their true purpose in their journey very early in their careers and thus may spare no effort in diving deep into the fields or come with ventures that could get them nearer their goals. In any case, people need to give their best and work with a certain vision that can bring about a positive change in their chosen industries or sectors. We couldn’t help but notice how a high-performing entrepreneur named Tom Bailey did the same by being a part of the healthcare industry and coming up with a cause called Classics For A Cause to work for the betterment of the Aussie veterans.
Tom Bailey and his team have given away classic cars worth over $3,500,000 and donated over $2,500,000 to veteran charities across Australia while giving people 300+ discounts and offers to redeem in person or online. Founding Classics For A Cause in 2019, Tom Bailey with his brother Edward were clear with their vision to grow it as a fundraising platform for helping Aussie veterans and allowing punters to win the rarest of classic cars. Before this, in 2015, they created an online veteran community hub to help thousands of veterans every month access free health services and raise awareness for mental health.
Tom Bailey, who has been in community pharmacy and healthcare for eight years and then worked in health technology and marketing to improve patient health outcomes to positively impact the community, was always passionate about improving patients’ mental health outcomes. Hence, he went ahead to own and operate eight different veteran healthcare companies and co-own a national allied health company as well. So far, he has donated over $3 million to charity with his efforts and has been involved in six different charities in the last five years. His main mission with all his projects is to close gaps in patient knowledge and bring them closer to the health services they need and deserve.
Classics For A Cause (@classicsforacause), under his leadership, is indeed making that impact and helping thousands of Aussie veterans.