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EndED provides tools and support for those whose lives have been affected by Eating Disorders.
Striving for better and less harmful treatments and believe that every child should laugh, dance, play and live.Learn more about Children's Cancer
Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation serves children in crisis throughout Vietnam.Learn more about Blue Dragon
Rural & remote Mental health equip people in rural and remote communities to look after their mental health and each other.Learn more about Rural Mental Health
Guide Dogs Queensland is dedicated to ensuring people with low or no vision have access to the services they need.Learn more about Guide Dogs QLD
Cancer Wellness Support is committed to helping cancer clients and their families retain their sense of control and balance through innovative, integrated and holistic therapies and education.Lean more about Cancer Wellness
ReachOut Australia helps young people feel better about today and the future, no matter what challenge they’re facing.Read more about ReachOut Australia
The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national charity in Australia dedicated to assisting people living with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other related blood-disorders.Learn more Leukaemia Foundation
Youngcare is spearheading powerful and positive change to create a future where every young person has the freedom, dignity and choice to live the lives we all deserve.Learn more about Youngcare
Glaucoma Australia is the leading charity dedicated to preserving sight through research and education, and providing practical and emotional support to people with glaucoma and their families.
The Lost Dogs’ Home is one of the country’s largest animal welfare organisations, caring for around 17,000 cats and dogs each year.Learn more about Lost dogs home
Drought Angels is a small charity run by people with big hearts, supporting Aussie farmers & rural communities with meaningful and personalized assistance.Learn more about Drought Angels
Shake It Up Australia Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2011 and in partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) promotes and funds Parkinson’s disease research in Australia.Learn more about Shake it up
Little Wings is a nonprofit organization providing sick children and their families, throughout regional NSW, with free ongoing flight and ground transport during times of need.Learn more about Little Wings
Australian food charity on a mission to help alleviate food insecurity across the nation, ensuring that no individual or family goes hungry.Learn more about Food for change
A national member-based independent support and advocacy group comprising families who have donated their loved ones’ organs and tissueLearn more about Donor families
Got Your Back Sista aims to fill the gaps for women to allow them to thrive after fleeing violence.Learn more about Got your back sista
World's number one not-for-profit provider of housing for low-income families overseas.Learn more about Habitat for humanity
Killara Foundation assists Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to have sustainable employment by providing them with guidance, cultural understanding and housing while they work, or until they are ready to live independently.
Nova has been working with women who have been homeless or at risk of homelessness and/or escaping family and domestic violence since 25 years.
The Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation (WCH Foundation) raises funds and invests in initiatives to support the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, South Australia’s only dedicated children’s and obstetrics hospital
SAFE Inc. is WA's largest volunteer-based animal rescue & rehoming organisation. Since it began in 2003, SAFE has rehomed 32,400+ animals and has grown to include 11 subsidiary branches across Western Australia.
Often children are placed quickly into foster or kinship care, for example, without much more than what they are wearing at the time. We provide displaced children with a few essential items to help resource them, restoring dignity, self-worth, and to show them someone cares.
The Childhood Cancer Association provides practical, hands-on support to children with cancer, and their families.Read more about Childhood Cancer Association
Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Australia is a charitable, not-for-profit entity and the peak body and national voice for people living with muscular dystrophy and their support network.
The foundation came about from Aminata’s near death experience while giving birth to her daughter Sarafina in 2012, who suffered from shoulder dystocia at the time. During her experience in Australia, Aminata had access to high-quality healthcare and this has compelled her to seek improvements for women in her country of birth, Sierra Leone.
Friends for good purpose is to achieve their mission to free people from loneliness.Read more about Friends for good
The Cambodian Kids Foundation (CKF) is a not for profit organisation and a registered Cambodian NGO. The foundation has been running for twelve years and has aimed to educate and empower the people of Cambodia through various projects supporting children, parents and teachers.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international eye health organisation that sees a world in which no person is needlessly blind or vision impaired. We work in more than 25 countries, as well as in Australia to help close the eye health gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation (SCHF) was established in 1986 to support sick children and their families across NSW. Every year more than 160,000 children receive the very best care across a network of world-leading hospitals and services.
Alex Makes Meals began when one university student made meals for medical staff during the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Now, Alex Makes Meals dedicates itself to easing food insecurity for homeless and disadvantaged youth by providing warm, tasty meals.
Bravehearts was founded in 1997 by Hetty Johnston AM following her young daughter’s disclosure of sexual assault. Finding there was no organisation to turn to for help, Hetty established Bravehearts to provide advice and support to those affected by child sexual assault.
Save the Children has been working in Australia for almost 100 years with the aim of making sure all Australian children have the capabilities, connections and confidence for success in their future, regardless of their background, location or circumstances.
ARO is a non-profit organisation that involved in development, relief, and advocacy activities for a better world. It is currently running various humanitarian relief campaigns. Our organisation is a large Australian NGO and delivers humanitarian initiatives on a non-discriminatory and non-denominational basis in 30 countries. Placed at the front line of the Australian in profit industry.
Somaus Help was established in 2015 by Australians of Somali descent living in Melbourne and Somalis working in the grass-roots communities throughout Somalia. Its mission is to support the development of humanitarian and social services within Somali communities by implementing programs that achieve sustainable, socio-economic development of the health, education, agriculture and livestock, drinking water and environmental conservation sectors.
Since the foundation of ShelterBox in 2000, we have responded to earthquakes, floods, volcanoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, landslides, typhoons and conflict, delivering emergency humanitarian aid to communities in need. Our vision A world in which all people displaced by disasters and humanitarian crises are rapidly provided with emergency shelter and vital aid, which will help rebuild their communities and lives.
Deafness Foundation was established in 1973 to act as an umbrella organisation, forum and information exchange and speak with a united voice for the deaf and hard of hearing in the community. We provide information about hearing loss and provide support to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing on a broad range of issues.
Bowel Cancer Australia is a 100% community-funded national charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer. We are committed to championing what matters most to people affected by bowel cancer and determined to have an everlasting impact where no Australian dies from bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.
ReForest Now was created and is now sustained by the need for a comprehensive not-for-profit model of reforestation and regeneration in Australia. The ReForest Now grows over 100 species of native sub-tropical rainforest trees and shrubs. The nursery produces upward of 60,000 trees a year. They prioritise endangered and critically endangered species and choose the right species for each site.
Islamic Relief Australia is a humanitarian and development organisation dedicated to fighting poverty, alleviating the suffering of people globally and overcoming all kinds of injustice. Our life-changing work wouldn’t be possible without people like you.
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25-year olds.Read more about headspace
Australian Pet Welfare Foundation is dedicated to improving the health and welfare of pets, and to helping ensure all adoptable pets find a forever home. Our team researches and develops strategies to decrease the number of homeless dogs and cats euthanised in Australia. We share our knowledge freely with governments, welfare agencies and the wider community to effect change and save lives.
The Thin Green Line Foundation protects Nature's Protectors by providing vital support to Park Rangers and their communities who are the front-line of conservation. They work predominantly in developing nations and conflict zones, and with Indigenous Park Rangers within Australia and abroad.
Since 1998, TLC for Kids has given relief and much-needed distraction to sick children and their families during stressful and traumatic situations. In hospitals across Australia, our services have been used over 10.7 million times and counting. Our critical support programs are now being used over 1 million times per year, and we are constantly working towards doing more and reaching more children and families in need.
The Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge (Sippy Creek Animal Refuge Society Inc) was established in 1979 to provide temporary refuge and find new homes for abandoned, abused, stray and unwanted cats and dogs. The Refuge is an independent, non-profit, charitable organisation with a regulated non-euthanasia policy. They also run education programmes for the community on responsible animal ownership.
Believe:NeuroDiversity (B:ND) is dedicated to changing workplace culture and championing a strengths first approach for neurodivergent inclusion. This not-for-profit organisation provides awareness seminars, workplace support and more.
Berry Street has provided services to children, young people, and families for over 140 years, and today is one of Australia's largest independent family service organisations. It provides a diverse range of programs to around 35,000 people in Victoria each year. Some key programs and services include family violence support and education. Berry Street believes that children, young people and families should be safe, thriving, and hopeful.
The MND and Me Foundation’s mission is To Care and To Cure: The Foundation funds MND research into finding a cure or suitable treatment initiatives to improve the lives of people diagnosed with MND.
Northern Suburbs Little Athletics Centre (NSLAC) is a non-profit organisation providing track and field activities for children of all abilities aged between 4 and 16.
Racing for MNDi is the only foundation that exclusively funds genetic based research to accelerate game-changing treatments for all forms of MND.Read more about Racing for MNDI
HalfCut is a peer to peer, social and environmental movement that engages all people to raise funds for forest regeneration and conversation.Read more about Half Cut
Carbon Positive Australia is an Australian charity that has been restoring degraded lands through ecologically sensitive planting for the last 20 years.Read more about Carbon Positive
Retina Australia funds world-leading research into treatments and cures for blindness caused by inherited retinal disease.Read more about Retina Australia
Homestead For Youth is an organisation committed to empowering young people at risk.Read more about Homestead for youth
Hepatitis NSW are a not-for-profit charity started by the hepatitis community. Together they inform, support and educate.
HeartKids is the only national not-for-profit organisation solely focused on supporting and advocating for all people impacted by childhood heart disease, one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia.
In January 2020 the Kangaroo Island Koala and Wildlife Rescue Centre was established in response to the devastating bushfires that ravaged Kangaroo Island.