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Able Australia is one of Australia’s leading disability and community support organisations. Our individualised, flexible support services are customised to assist every participant to achieve the life goals they have identified.
The ACH Group Foundation constructively works to create innovative and intergenerational opportunities for older people to chase their dreams, develop meaningful roles and amplify their contribution to community and society. We achieve our cause by funding new ideas that creatively strengthen independence, promote well-being and deliver healthy ageing outcomes. This in turn actively counters the common stereotypes and assumptions that are often attached to growing older. We strive to change the way society views ageing by creating an exciting world to grow older in today while ensuring our collective learning and achievements shape a healthy tomorrow for everyone. All of our internal administration and staffing costs are covered by separate avenues of funding. This guarantees that 100% of donations received by The ACH Group Foundation go directly towards our cause.
For almost 30 years we've been supporting frail aged and people living with disability to remain living independently in their homes and community.
Alzheimer's Australia NSW is the peak body for people with dementia, their families and carers. It provides advocacy, support services, education and information. We also promote dementia risk reduction strategies in the broader community.
Anglicare is part of the community, tackling issues as diverse as refugee support, homelessness, crisis support, domestic violence support, emergency food relief, foster care, youth unemployment, community health care, Indigenous and disability issues. Our many vital and varied programs run throughout the ACT and South & West NSW.
Anglicare Southern Queensland understands that throughout life we are all presented with challenges. These challenges can take many different forms and affect our mental and physical well being, financial position, relationships and family life. Our 'all of life' services are here to help support you and everyone close to you, to live the life you want. Our range of services are ever-evolving and are delivered in partnership with government and other organisations to support our community to live happier and healthier lives.
For over 50 years the Animal Welfare League Qld has been taking care of approx 10,000 stray and abandoned animals annually from across SE Qld and has one of the highest rehoming rates in Australia.
Arrow funds research into the treatment of leukaemia and other diseases treatable by bone marrow and stem cell therapy whilst providing support and information to assist patients and their families.
Assistance Dogs Australia provides freedom and independence to people with physical disabilities. We are a tiny but national charity which trains Labradors and Golden Retrievers to help their owner with everyday tasks.
What does UNHCR do? The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was originally founded in 1950 to resettle refugees from World War II. It is now one of the largest humanitarian agencies in the world, aiding and protecting people forced to flee their homes due to conflict, violence, persecution or the devastation of a natural disaster. UNHCR has helped tens of millions of people and is often the first in and last out of an emergency, providing crucial relief such as shelter, food, water and medical care. For its global humanitarian work, UNHCR has twice been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The Centre's mission is to improve the lives of people living with heart disease. It is the only Australian research organisation whose work is solely dedicated to rehabilitation and the prevention of further cardiac events, complementing the medical and biomedical research of its sector colleagues.
The Australian Conservation Foundation is a community of people who speak out, show up and act for a more beautiful world – a world where forests, reefs, people and wildlife thrive.
All children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfil their potential. UNICEF Australia works to protect and advocate for the rights of every child in Australia and overseas. UNICEF is the United Nations Children's Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. Working in 190 countries and territories, UNICEF focuses on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.
Red Cross is always there for people in need, providing relief in times of crisis and care for the most vulnerable in Australia and around the world.
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia's largest autism specific service provider. We are committed to helping people with autism to manage the challenges of their disability and reach their full potential.
Barnardos Australia believes every child deserves a sade and loving home. Barnardos helps stop child abuse by working with families to keep children safe at home and by finding safe homes for abused children through foster care and adoption.
For 200 years we have worked with people and communities to help them out of disadvantage, advocating to make Australia a fairer, safer place, where everyone feels they belong.
We know that a good childhood is the foundation for a health society and that whilst parents have the primary responsibility to provide their children with a good childhood, they cannot do this alone. All children have the same rights and fundamental need for safety, stability, love and support. The trauma experienced by the children and young people with whom we work adds complexity to meeting their needs, but we know it can be done and we never give up.
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia aims to save lives by supporting collaborative clinical trials research that identifies safe and effective treatments for people diagnosed with breast cancer and prevention strategies for all.
Brightwater is a not-for-profit organisation that supports people of all ages to live a better quality of life. The organisation’s services are extensive, from short and long-term residential accommodation and rehabilitation services, to assistance in the home and include specialist skills in supporting people living with Dementia, Acquired Brain Injury and Huntington’s Disease.
The Burnet Institute aims to achieve better health for poor and vulnerable communities in Australia and internationally through research, education and public health.
Bush Heritage Australia is committed to protecting Australia's animals, plants and their habitats through the acquisition and management of land and outstanding conservation value, or by working in partnership with other landowners.
The Cabrini Foundation seeks philanthropic gifts to ensure that Cabrini can continue to provide a wide range of vital healthcare services, have available the most up to date medical equipment and provide education and research initiatives.
Use your will to help us beat cancer. 1 in 2 Australians will get cancer before the age of 85. Help us make progress.
Terrible accidents are sudden and unexpected, resulting in severe or even life threatening injuries - CareFlight's specially trained doctors and nurses are prepared and waiting. Using helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances, we bring a hospital level of care to our patients. CareFlight takes vital trauma care training to regional and remote communities in Australia through our MediSim program. CareFlight operates Australia’s only dedicated emergency helicopter service for babies and children.
If you have ever known anyone with cerebral palsy you will understand that it lasts a lifetime. It never goes away. It's there, every day, all day. There is no known cure.
At ChildFund Australia, we are for children. We listen to children and work directly with them, their families and village leaders. Our vision is a global community, free from poverty where children are protected and have opportunities.
For over 30 years this Foundation has been raising much needed funds for research into childhood cancers.
CMRI is committed to unlocking the mysteries of disease and conducts fundamental research to understand the genes involved in human health and development and the underlying causes of disease.
Compassion is a Christian child development and advocacy ministry, working in 26 developing nations to release children from poverty. We are Christ-centred, church-based and child-focused and work exclusively with churches to deliver our programs.
The Cure for MND foundation is a not-for-profit registered charity established in 2014. We aim to raise the profile of Motor Neurone Disease within Australia and abroad in the hopes that increased awareness may lead to not only better care for those affected by the disease, but also increased funding for vital research into finding a cure.
Curtin University prides itself on being recognised nationally for excellence in education and research. Your gift will assist with making tomorrow better in areas such as education and medical research.
We provide quality service for open and supported employment, community and lifestyle programs, commercial enterprises, Transition to Work programs and Specialist Intervention Services for people with a disability.
At Dunlea Centre we reach out to families crippled by issues so difficult to overcome they sometimes tear those families apart. We are a school that reaches outside the normal school boundaries to assist families where their need is greatest.
Ethiopiaid Australia Foundation is a not-for-profit charity raising funds for our trusted community partners in Ethiopia. Our approach is different – we form partnerships with grassroots organisations known for their expertise, skill and ambition. The funds that we provide give them the opportunity to address women’s health, education and poverty reduction.
Who says that cancer and chronic disease can't be cured? Maybe with the research and researchers in the world, it can. Flinders Foundation works everyday towards 'Making the impossible, possible'.
The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health is one of the worlds top six brain research centres. We aim to prevent, treat and ultimately cure neurodegenerative diseases and mental health illnesses.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is inspired by the life and work of Professor Fred Hollows who championed the right of all people to high quality and affordable eye care.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research is a world leader in biomedical research, pioneering study into some of the most widespread diseases affecting our community today.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT believes that vision loss should not limit independence. We are the largest provider of Guide Dogs and other mobility services in New South Wales and the ACT.
At Guide Dogs Victoria, we provide vital support for Victorians with low vision or blindness. We have done since 1957. Since then, our services have grown far beyond just the dogs themselves to include a wide range of community initiatives, and training and education programs.
The Heart Foundation is an independent charity that funds life-saving research, supports health professionals and promotes health in the community.
Heart Research Australia supports world-class and emerging researchers to conduct ground-breaking research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.
The Heart Research Institute is an internationally recognised medical research institute that performs ground-breaking cardiovascular research from our state-of-the-art facilities located in Newtown, Sydney and the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney.
As one of Australia’s leading disability service providers, House with No Steps is dedicated to giving people with a disability greater choice, control, and freedom – empowering them to live life on their own terms across NSW, Qld, and the ACT.
Hutt St Centre is a place of hope, opportunity and choice, helping people facing homelessness to rebuild their lives, with care and without judgement.
IFAW works tirelessly to protect, rescue, and care for animals in desperate need. With projects in more than forty countries and a network of partners around the globe, IFAW is the leader in saving animals in crisis around the world.
Junction Australia is a trusted and leading independent provider of quality community support and housing services. For more than 35 years we have strengthened lives and communities in South Australia, benefiting more than 6500 South Australians every year.
Home & Community Palliative Care for people with life threatening illness to enable continued positive living, comfort, courage and a peaceful end of life.
Kids Under Cover works to prevent homelessness by providing accommodation (studios) and scholarships for young people at risk of homelessness. Since 1989 Kids Under Cover has supported over 3,000 young people; and tonight almost 650 are staying in our stable and secure accommodation. But there is much still to be done...
Legacy is a charity dedicated to providing services to Australian families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service. We currently care for around 80,000 Widow/ers, many elderly, and 1,800 children and disabled dependants with a disability throughout Australia.
The Leukaemia Foundation is the only charity dedicated to improving the lives of patients with all types of blood cancers including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland is the only Queensland charity dedicated to improving the lives of patients with all types of blood cancers including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
We believe all should have access to food, water, healthcare & the Gospel. That is why MAF uses light aircraft and technology to bring help, hope and healing to the most remote communities of the world. We are able to reach those otherwise isolated.
Mater Foundation supports compassionate healthcare for our community by harnessing philanthropic support for Mater Health Services and Mater Research.
iWill is a Monash Health program that creates the opportunity to make a lasting difference to the lives of others and to raise the quality of healthcare for future generations. Leaving a gift in your legal Will to Monash Health is a thoughtful way to say thank you for the care you or your loved ones have received, and have a positive impact on the lives of so many others.
MS Research Australia's mission is to accelerate Australian research targeting the prevention, better treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation is leading the pursuit for new knowledge in the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
To prevent & cure diseases and disabilities of the brain & nervous system.
The objective of the Foundation is directed towards funding research into the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease, injuries, or malfunction of the brain, spine and nerves. Every medical wonder is the result of medical research.
NSW Police Legacy is the Police Force Charity. We care for the widows, widowers and dependent children of deceased police and the wider police family in times of tragedy and need.
Opportunity International Australia provides small loans to families in developing countries to help them build businesses, earn regular incomes and free themselves from poverty.
One woman dies every 10 hours from ovarian cancer in Australia. It could be your mother, wife, sister, friend or even your daughter. Today, there is no early detection test.
Parkinson's NSW Incorporated is a non-profit, community-based organisation which provides information, counselling and support to people living with Parkinson's disease, their partners, carers and families.
Here at Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, we believe that all children deserve a chance to live their healthiest and happiest lives. As the main fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (soon to be replaced by Perth Children's Hospital), this belief drives everything we do.
Peter Mac is the only Australian hospital that is solely dedicated to cancer, and is the home of Australia's largest cancer research group. Gifts to Peter Mac provide world-class researchers with specialised equipment needed to find new cancer cures.
Wonderful things can come from small beginnings. Sown in the seed of compassion 80 years ago, Plan International is a charity that strives to safeguard children’s rights and make sure that girls have equality. Plan International works to ensure every child has the opportunity to realise their full potential and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child guides our work.
Founded in 1948, Police-Citizens Youth Clubs Queensland (PCYC) facilitate and encourage participation in sporting, recreation, cultural and welfare programs with an aim to improving the lives of individual members and the development of local communities throughout the state.
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is a broad-based community organisation and the peak national body for prostate cancer in Australia. We are dedicated to reducing the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men, their partners, families and the wider community.
Red Nose is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood.
We rely on the generosity of our dedicated supporters to ensure we can provide support to over 8000 families every year. We provide essential emotional, financial and education support from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes.
The mission of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.
Royal Far West is a non-government organisation that has been providing health services to children living in rural and remote New South Wales for over 90 years. Our vision is healthy country children.
The RFDS is a not-for-profit, aeromedical emergency and essential healthcare service for people living, working and travelling in rural and remote regions of Australia. Helping one person every five minutes
The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world. Using the latest in aviation, medical and communications technology, it delivers extensive primary healthcare and 24-hour emergency services to those who live, work and travel throughout Australia, covering 90% of Australia.
The Victorian Section of the RFDS continues its vital role in supporting projects across the country through successful campaigns to raise funds for medical equipment and emergency and preventative health operations.
RIDBC is a charity and Australia’s largest non-government provider of education, therapy and cochlear implant services for children and adults with vision or hearing loss, their families, and the professionals who support them. Each year, over 6,500 people receive support and access to our services across Australia. Over 1,200 children with significant vision or hearing loss are benefiting from RIDBC’s broad range of services, in addition to almost 3,000 babies and children receiving vision and hearing screening each year. We also support 3,500 children and adults through SCIC Cochlear Implant Program, an RIDBC service. RIDBC services are delivered throughout Australia by a broad range of highly qualified professionals located in 18 permanent sites. Using face-to-face services combined with modern technology, RIDBC connects people across Australia to the expert therapy and services they need.
RSPCA ACT prevents cruelty to animals by promoting their care and protection. In 2015/2016 RSPCA ACT received over 5,000 stray, injured and surrendered animals and investigated 916 complaints of animal cruelty and neglect, with a successful prosecution rate of 100%. In 2015/2016 no animals were euthanised for space, helping make our statistics some of the best in the country.
RSPCA Darwin prevents cruelty to animals by promoting their care and protection. In 2009/2010 RSPCA Darwin received 1,265 stray, injured and surrendered animals.
RSPCA NSW prevents cruelty to animals by promoting their care and protection. Each year the RSPCA NSW receives about 47,000 stray, injured and surrendered animals into its shelters and investigates around 15,000 complaints of animal cruelty and neglect.
RSPCA Qld prevents cruelty to animals by promoting their care and protection. RSPCA Qld investigates approximately 15,000 animal cruelty complaints, and cares for over 44,000 abused, injured, unwanted and abandoned animals annually.
RSPCA SA prevents cruelty to animals and promotes their care and protection. RSPCA South Australia is caring for more abandoned, abused, sick, injured, stray or surrendered animals than at any time in our recent history. This is about 10,000 animals across our shelter network. We adopted over 1,000 more animals in the 13/14 financial year than the year before We aim to set the benchmark for sheltering organisations around Australia, and have one of the lowest euthanasia rates of any major sheltering organisation in the country.
RSPCA TAS prevents cruelty to animals by promoting their care and protection. In 2009/2010 RSPCA Tas received 5,545 stray, injured and surrendered animals and investigated 3,691 complaints of animal cruelty and neglect.
RSPCA Victoria is a non government community based animal welfare charity, caring for approx 28,000 animals and investigating over 9,000 complaints of animal cruelty & neglect each year. We aim to prevent this cruelty by educating the community.
RSPCA WA aims to prevent cruelty to animals by promoting animal welfare, care and protection. In 2014 - 2015, RSPCA WA received 16,506 calls reporting animal cruelty or concern, with 6,353 of these being investigated by our Inspectorate team. Every day we care for more than 200 animals at our Animal Care Centre in Malaga and there were 423 animals adopted into loving new homes last year. With your help, together we can make a real difference to animals in need.
Crisis can hit at any time, and there are many people who struggle to find the help needed to recover. Share fills that gap. Share raises funds in partnership with UnitingCare, one of the largest providers of community services in Victoria and Tasmania. We also support vital services to the local community through Uniting Church congregations and in times of international disasters
ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and other essential items to families affected by natural disaster and humanitarian crisis. ShelterBox relies solely on donations and is a Project Partner of Rotary International
Sir David Martin Foundation is a charity devoted to helping youth in crisis. We work to get young Australians off the streets, away from unhealthy situations and into care and rehabilitation.
One person every day sustains a spinal cord injury in Australia; we provide solutions to those affected by Spinal Injury or physical disability. Through our range of specialist disability services and resources, we support individuals to achieve their goals, and lead a life of quality.
The St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia has more than 40,000 members and volunteers, who work hard to assist people in need and combat social injustice across Australia.
St Mary's Cathedral, is our Cathedral and the spiritual home of Sydney's Catholic community.
The moment a child is diagnosed with an illness or chronic health condition, a family is changed forever.
VISION: A life after stroke for everyone MISSION: Provide every stroke survivor and carer access to the information and peer support services they need to re-engage with their community IMPACT: Aim to reach all stroke survivors and carers transitioning from clinical care back to the community
The Stroke Foundation's vision is a world free from disability and suffering caused by stroke. We work with stroke survivors, their carers, health professionals and governments to stop stroke, save lives and end the suffering caused by stroke.
Every day around the clock, our brilliant and dedicated staff save lives, deliver expert medical care and help children and families on their recovery journey, while our brightest medical researchers look for answers and make new discoveries. Thanks to your generous support, Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation is able to provide vital financial contributions to meet Sydney Children's Hospital's most urgent needs and improve the health and wellbeing of our children through clinical care, research, education and advocacy.
Taronga has been caring for native and exotic animals for a century. With your help, we can continue looking after wildlife for another 100 years and beyond.
The Alannah and Madeline Foundation is a national charity protecting children from violence and its devastating effects. With your help we can continue to care for children who have experienced violence, and continue our violence prevention programs.
The Children's Hospital at Westmead has been providing care for some of the sickest children in NSW since 1880. Every day, hundreds of sick children in our care and their families struggle to cope with a range of childhood illnesses.
Whether you’re faced with a cancer diagnosis, living with multiple sclerosis, or simply want to reach a greater level of wellbeing, we’re here to provide you with quality education, guidance and support… The Gawler Cancer Foundation and Yarra Valley Living Centre is a not for profit, non-denominational organisation, that promotes a whole-person (holistic) and integrative approach to health, healing and wellbeing.
The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation is committed to funding research, education, health promotion, patient care and special projects to support the work of the Prince of Wales Hospital.
The Salvation Army provides dignity for the elderly, accommodation for the homeless, relief for troubled families, jobs for the unemployed, counselling and support for those suffering drug or alcohol addiction and courts and prison Chaplaincy.
The Smith Family is a national, independent childrens charity, helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves. Your bequest can help make Australia a better place.
Villa Maria Catholic Homes seeks to create and provide significantly stronger services in the aged care, specialist education, and disability sectors in accordance with the Catholic ethos and values of dignity, compassion, integrity and collaboration
Vision Australia is a partnership between people who are blind, sighted or have low vision. We will achieve this through creating a community partnership of knowledge, skills and expertise to enrich the participation in life of people who are blind or have low vision and their families. We will ensure that the community recognises their capabilities and contributions.
Westmead Medical Research Foundation believes everyone who is sick deserves access to the best possible treatment and care. We help make this possible by raising funds for medical equipment, life saving research and enhanced patient services.
Wheelchair Sports WA is much more than just a sports club. We offer a range of social, recreational and sporting opportunities to people living with physical disability to encourage them to live fuller, healthier and more active lifestyles.
White Ribbon is the world's largest movement of men and boys working to end men's violence against women and girls, promote gender equality, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity.
Together we can save species from extinction. A gift in your Will, no matter how small or large, will make a real difference to the many animal conservation programs that Zoos SA undertakes both locally and internationally.