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Human Causes

“I love the quote ‘be the change you want to see’ – you can apply it to relationships, friendships or the environment.” –

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF)

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia’s leading national body funding world-class, game-changing breast cancer research. 9 Australians lose their life every day to breast cancer. NBCF receive no government funding, and need your continued support to change the statistics.

In 2004, Isabel served as a spokesperson for the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation. She appeared in ads for their “finding the cure, finding the cause” fund-raising, which involved selling pink armbands with the statement written on them. The NBCF breast cancer bands were sold for $2.50 per piece, and a photo of Isabel wearing the arm band (and a pink ribbon t-shirt) was used in several magazines to promote the fund-raising.

World Vision

World Vision’s focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. They help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by their Christian faith. “Together we can protect children today, and empower them for tomorrow”, they state.

2004: Home & Away star Isabel Lucas is not just a pretty face, she’ss warm-hearted as well. The young actress and her family sponsor 10 children in different countries through World Vision. Next month Isabel will be urging people to help out with World Vision’ss annual appeal to sign up 10,000 new sponsors for 10,000 of the world’ss poorest kids which starts July 4. For more details go to www.worldvision.com.au

40 Hour Famine by World Vision

In 2004, Isabel was a spokesperson for World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine, a a World Vision event that is being held in 21 different countries. It started in 1971 when 17-year-old Ruth Roberts and 14 friends in Calgary, Alberta staged an event in a church basement to see what it was like to be hungry and raise money and awareness for children suffering during a famine. The funds raised went to World Vision. The event aims for young Australians to feel empathy for the lack of food which children in third world countries struggle with and to raise money to help children in these countries. It was started in 1975 in response to the famine in Ethiopia. Participants must first raise money through sponsorship from other people. Participants must then abstain from a particular group of items or do/not do something for 40 hours. Some of the famines include not eating food, not using first world technology such as television, refraining from talking, and not using furniture. Some participants create their own famines, such as living in a cardboard box or being blindfolded. The event officially runs from 8 pm on Friday to noon on Sunday, usually over a weekend in August. Participants may choose another time to fast if the official famine dates do not suit them. Children who attend primary school (usually between the ages of 4 – 12) are encouraged to participate in the 8-hour famine for safety reasons, instead of the usual 40-hour famine.

Christmas Angel Ambassador

As their new ambassador of 2004, Isabel became World Vision’s official Christmas Angels Ambassador. A photoshoot of Isabel as an angel was used to raise awareness about world poverty. The angel she posed with would be donated to anyone who signed up to sponser a child during the campaign, which ran throughout the festive period of 2014. The photos were also used in World Vision’s annual Gift Catalogue, which provides the opportunity to give a gift that will make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families.

Related Links:
Screen Captures from the 40 Hour Famine Video
World Vision Official Website

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) is a not-for-profit arts organisation dedicated to cultivating a vibrant human rights community, culture and conversation in Australia. The critical nexus of creative cultural expression and the bold and brave storytelling of the artists, filmmakers and musicians is the heart and soul of what the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is all about. It’s why we exist – engaging and inspiring audiences on human rights issues through art, film, music and conversation, which flows through to the partnerships and relationships that we nurture.

Isabel was announced as an ambassador for the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival in November 2009. She has done several promotional ads for the festival over the years, including 2010, 2012 and the 2017 festival.

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    Actress - Isabel Lucas, Director - Alice Foulcher, DoP - Gregory Erdstein, Music - James Branson
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    Human Rights Arts and Film Festival 2017 Ambassador Isabel Lucas delivers an importan message.

Related Links:
HRAFF 2010 Promo (Screen Captures)
HRAFF 2012 Promo (Screen Captures)
HRAFF Ambassador Interview 2017 (Screen Captures)
HRAFF Official Website

The Humour Foundation

The Humour Foundation’s mission is to enhance wellbeing, lift spirits and improve health through insightful connection, creative play and joyful humour. Clown Doctors transform the hospital experience for children, families and staff.

Isabel has been a supporter of the Humour Foundation for as long as she can remember, and in 2004, she and her Home and Away co-star Jason Smith participated in the Clown Doctors program ran by the foundation. On April 1st, 2004, (for the national smile day!) they visited sick kids in hospitals to raise awareness about the value of clown doctors.

“I think humour is such a beautiful thing. When people are in hospital sick, tired and ill, the one thing that can brighten them up is humour. It is such a healing thing and makes you feel good” – Isabel, 2004

Life’s glum when you’re in hospital, especially for kids, but Home and Away’s Jason Smith and Isabel Lucas want to help change all that. They’re supporting The Humour Foundation’s Clown Doctors program in the hope that more children can benefit from the organisaton’s unique form of laughter therapy. “You can’t explain the emotions you feel when you go in and meet these kids,” Jason says. “You don’t know what you can do for them, but if you can put a smile on their face and make them happy, then that’s a worthwhile thing.” – From a 2004 issue of TV Week Magazine

Related Links:
Photos of Isabel & Jason working with the Humour Foundation
Official Website