Supporting our Community

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Pixel Perfect proudly donates part of its earnings to worthwhile causes both in Australia & overseas.
It is our way of giving back to our community.

We do this through monthly donations and discounted or free printing for charity exhibitions.

Maybe you too can help. Click on the logo of the organisation of your choice to get more information and support their marvellous work.

Pixel Perfect and ASUKABOOK are also Sponsors:

Head On Photo Festival –
Reportage Festival –



Between the 12th and 19th November 2014, the IUCN Worlds Parks Congress was held in Sydney. We are proud to have sponsored the SAVED Photography Exhibition which attracted over 1200 entries from around the globe.

The images highlighted both the fragility and strength found in the natural world and was an important part of the congress which aims to highlight various conservation projects around the world. The finalist exhibition will now begin a state wide tour.

More info on the World Parks Congress photography competition can be found here
More info on IUCN can be found here


Opportunity International Australia

Opportunity International Australia provides small loans to families in developing countries to help them start a business, earn an income and leave poverty behind. By helping a mother buy a sewing machine to start a tailoring business or a father buy seeds to plant a vegetable garden, small loans enable them to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities. With 98% of loans recycled, the impact continues year after year.

Transforming Lives: ANA’S STORY

Living in poverty in the Philippines at nine months pregnant, Ana used to scavenge on a rubbish tip for food. With a small loan of just $91, she was able to set up a small grocery store and earn a regular income. Now she can afford to buy food and medicine for her family and send her children to school! click here for more…


Pixel Perfect is proud to donate all the printing to this fabulous event organised to support ChildFund Australia

ChildFund Australia believes that every child has the right not to live in poverty so ChildFund programs are designed to deliver real, tangible and lasting improvements to the lives of children. ChildFund reduces child poverty by:

  • Building assets: in areas such as education, healthcare, food security, livelihoods, water and sanitation.
  • Strengthening protection: by reducing the risks that children face and providing relief when disasters strike.
  • Amplifying the voice of children: supporting children’s right to be heard, and encouraging them to express their views.
  • Enabling people to claim their rights: by supporting them to become agents of change in their own communities.

ChildFund Australia is a member of the ChildFund Alliance – a global network of 12 organisations which assists more than 15 million children and families in 58 countries. click here for more…

Our mission is to promote the prevention of HIV/AIDS in Australia.
This can be achieved through the dissemination of relevant, up to date and accessible information.

By conducting educational projects and campaigns, we want to empower all Australians to make informed choices for a healthier life, thus contributing to the end of HIV/AIDS in Australia. click here for more…

Fred Hollows had a vision of ending avoidable blindness. With the help of our partners and supporters, The Foundation is working to make Fred’s vision a reality.

An estimated 39 million people around the world today are blind. Four out of five don’t have to be.Simple interventions, such as inexpensive medication and surgery, can restore people’s sight, productivity and livelihoods, giving lasting benefits for individuals, their families and whole communities. click here for more…

UNICEF’s vision is of a world where the basic rights of every child will be met.

UNICEF works in over 190 countries to promote and protect the rights of children. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, clean water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and HIV.

In Australia, UNICEF advocates for the rights of all children to be realised and works to improve public and government support for child rights and international development.

UNICEF has the global authority to influence decision-makers, and the variety of partners at grassroots level to turn the most innovative ideas into reality. That makes UNICEF unique among world organisations, and unique among those working with the young.

All our work is funded by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments – not by the United Nations. Through contact with UNICEF, the lives of millions of children have been changed for the better.

Together, we can do so much more. click here for more…

Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.

Sea Shepherd uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document, and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately-balanced ocean ecosystems, Sea Shepherd works to ensure their survival for future generations. click here for more…

Médecins Sans Frontières is the world’s leading independent organisation for medical humanitarian aid. Every day more than 24,000 Médecins Sans Frontières field staff are providing assistance to people caught in crises around the world. We have offices in 19 countries supporting these teams, including our office in Sydney. Every year around one hundred Australians and New Zealanders are sent to and supported in the field by Médecins Sans Frontières Australia.

Médecins Sans Frontières field staff includes doctors, nurses, administrators, epidemiologists, laboratory technicians, mental health professionals, logistics and water and sanitation experts. The majority of our teams are made up of national field staff from the countries where the crises are occurring with ten percent made up of international field staff.

In 1999 Médecins Sans Frontières was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. click here for more…

Our mission is to provide opportunities for people living in poverty to transform their lives. Our vision is to see millions of people lifted out of poverty permanently.

Opportunity International Australia is a non-profit organisation that uses a business approach to solve the problem of poverty. Rather than a hand-out, we provide people living in poverty with a small loan (microfinance) to help them start or grow their own small business. This enables them to earn a regular income so they no longer have to struggle to afford food, clean water, proper shelter or an education for their children. click here for more…


Ethiopia’s orphans are some of the most vulnerable children on earth. With a unique support model, Beyond the Orphanage places at-risk orphans with families and guides them to become self-reliant adults. We’re small enough to be there for each child, experienced enough to give the right support, and strong enough to help each child create the future that’s right for them. We’re non-profit and non-denominational and take children of any race, gender or physical or mental ability. click here for more…

White Ribbon is an organisation that is working to prevent the most common and pervasive form of male violence – that towards women. All forms of violence are unacceptable. White Ribbon believes the prevention of violence against women will change society for the better.

White Ribbon believes in the capacity of the individual to change and to encourage change in others. It believes that our generation can and must work towards stopping men’s violence against women.

Through primary prevention initiatives and an annual campaign, White Ribbon works to change the attitudes and behaviours that lead to men’s violence against women. click here for more…

BE uses the arts to improve the lives of disadvantaged people in regional Australia. We support artists working in Community, Arts and Cultural Development (CACD) to create new opportunities for marginalised people to engage with their communities. BE focuses on a range of art forms including film, digital media, music, dance, theatre, public art installation and small and large-scale visual arts. click here for more…

Head On Photo Festival, is the world’s second largest festival. Now in its third year, it features a wide range of photography across all genres with over 200 events at 100 venues. The 2011 festival was a resounding success for everyone who participated: galleries and other venues, photographers, Head On partners and the viewing public and the 2012 festival proves to provide much more of the same! click here for more…

ANIMA – A film sponsored by Pixel Perfect Prolab

Since a deadly car accident Roman and Anastasia have lived in seclusion, their only connection the internet; their one addiction, technology. Psychologically and physically, it’s killing him and Anastasia’s beginning to reject the fantasy. But with the outside world closing in and his wife’s body deteriorating, Roman desperately keeps her alive the only way he knows how; inside the system.

Premiering on the festival circuit over the coming months, ‘Anima’ is a SCIFI/Drama created by an Australian professional crew in Sydney NSW; financed by the film community via group funding through Kickstarter. Footage was shot around the world, from epic cosmological time-lapse in Austria, to striking macro fluid dynamics shot in the USA. The film stars Henry Nixon (The Pacific, Noise), Katherine Hicks (Black & White & Sex), Laura Brent (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) and Karl Beattie (Oscar nominated ‘Miracle Fish’, Accidents Happen).

Check out the blog and website at for screenings at a festival near you

A photography exhibition about climate change in Bangladesh by Rodney Decker

Rodney Dekker is an Australian documentary photographer and multi-media storyteller with a particular interest in environmental and social issues. When he visited Bangladesh late in 2008 to work on a series called ‘Tides of Resilience’ the people he met had a profound impact on him. As he says: “I want this series to be a record of the consequences of climate change upon a community. In remote places where I could have felt isolated I was able to connect through our common humanity; through their kindness and generosity, I felt welcome. It is these qualities, mixed with resilience and resourcefulness, that rebuilds their lives. click here for more…

“My Human Family
Rescue Dogs Find a Home

To provide high quality, innovative and progressive arts and cultural programs that are accessible by all community members.

With the aim of creating awareness about abandoned, surrendered and neglected dogs, the My Human Family community photographic project invites our rescued four legged friends and their humans to submit family photos and share their personal stories.

A selection of photos will be chosen by a panel of judges, and exhibited at Pine Street’s community gallery. The exhibition images and stories will also feature in a catalogue and a series of postcards. An enlargement of the photo, a catalogue and a postcard will be given to each family as a ‘thank you’. click here for more…