Cornerstone Building Developments (CBD), based in Morayfield, Queensland birthed the organisation that became known as Interseed. Interseed was created to be the means of realising CBD’s goal to set aside a percentage of its income for the purposes of funding charitable works that would improve the lives of people in need or distress.
The Interseed Foundation is an Australian Tax Office approved charitable foundation and received its Tax Deductible status in 2011.
The foundation’s principle foci lie in a number of vital areas as follows:
- The relief of poverty
- The relief of needs of the aged
- The relief of sickness and distress
- The advancement of education
- The conduct of activities which are charitable and for the public benefit
In seeking to establish charitable programs to fulfil these emphases, Interseed aims to improve the lives of people irrespective of age, gender, socio-economic status or cultural heritage by striving to meet the immediate and or long term needs of people suffering distress.
Over the last number of years, the work of Interseed has been expansive and numerous strategic relationships have been formed along the way. These relationships leave Interseed well placed and well-resourced in order to expand the scope of its charitable programs.