Al Ru Farm is proud to partner with the following charities, providing sponsorship and support.
One Tree Hill CFS
Al Ru Farm has been involved in South Australia’s Open Garden scheme for over 30 years. Al Ru Farm’s gate proceeds are donated to the One Tree Hill CFS.
With a focus on sustainability, all bottles and cans from weddings held at Al Ru Farm are collected by the CFS and all proceeds from these bottles are kept by the CFS. Al Ru Farm also coordinates and financially contributes to the One Tree Hill CFS Christmas party every year.
Al Ru Farm is thankful to the CFS for everything they do to continue to protect the residents within the One Tree Hill Community.
To learn more about One Tree Hill CFS, visit
Adelaide Silver Style Ball
We were proud to be apart of this exciting gala event to raise awareness and funds for the Letitia Linke Research Foundation (LLRF) for the fight against ovarian cancer.
To learn more about Adelaide Silver Style Ball, visit llrf.org.au/adelaidesilverstyle
Trees For Life
As lovers of nature and keen protectors of the environment we are proud to partner with Trees For Life. On behalf of all of our wedding couples we planted 10 trees with the help of Trees For Life. These native species plantings take place in important South Australian areas where bush revegetation is much needed. Currently the focus is on land near Monarto to restore native bushland, which provides safe passage for the endangered Malleefowl and creates habitat for other threatened species.
To learn more about Trees For Life, or make a donation, visit treesforlife.org.au.
KOALA RESCUE Inc is based in Adelaide, South Australia and provides a free 24/7 koala rescue service in the Adelaide metropolitan area, Adelaide Hills and the Mt Lofty Ranges. Our rescuers and carers are dedicated to the well-being of koalas and our focus is always on what is best for our koalas.
Our team is comprised of experienced rescuers and carers with a wealth of knowledge about all issues that affect the local koala populations. Climate change, loss of habitat and disease are placing koalas under increasing pressure and stress.
To learn more about Koala Rescue, visit