Bingo Industries


Giving back to the community

We believe in giving back to the community and supporting Australian families. The leader of our family, CEO Daniel Tartak, sadly lost both his Aunt Rose and Aunt Mary to cancer in 2014. For the BINGO family, our support for the community is deeply personal. We proudly support two major charities - the McGrath Foundation and the NSW Cancer Council. Since 2014 we have raised over $1.7 million for these charities.

Our Charity Partners

McGrath Foundation 

The McGrath Foundation raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia. They also provide greater breast cancer awareness education for young women. We have sprayed two of our marrell skip bin trucks in bright pink to show our support and ongoing commitment. In support of the McGrath Foundation and to raise awareness for breast cancer, BINGO operates a fleet of pink McGrath Foundation trucks, affectionately named Rose and Mary. BINGO now operates 5 pink trucks across NSW and Victoria.

Cancer Council

The Cancer Council NSW conducts and funds world-class research and believes in a cancer free future. The Council provides support for people with cancer, their carers, family and friends, throughout their cancer journey. We have given two of our front-lift commercial waste trucks a pink makeover to show our support for this charity.

Our fundraisers

Deep Blue 2018 Fundraiser
Total raised: $706,000

“We feel humbled and grateful to everyone for their support, contributions and efforts in making the night such a remarkable success.” -  Daniel Tartak, Managing Director and CEO, BINGO INDUSTRIES

Deep Blue was held on 1 June 2018 at Doltone House, Australian Technology Park. It was a magical evening of entertainment, guest appearances and moving speeches. All guests were treated to aerial performances and an intimate concert by singer/songwriter, Delta Goodrem. 

Through live and silent auctions, as well as the abundant support of the community, BINGO set a record-breaking benchmark of $706,000 that was equally donated to the McGrath Foundation and Cancer Council – at a total of $353,000 each.

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