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Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation- ACCF

ACCF’s Vision is to protect and enhance women’s health by eliminating cervical cancer and enabling treatment for women with cervical cancer and related health issues, in Australia and in developing countries.

ACCF’s Mission is to minimise the incidence and burden of cervical cancer and related women’s health issues on women, their families, and communities, by developing practical and appropriate programs and partnering with like-minded governments, organisations, and individuals to achieve our aims.

Barwon Health Foundation - Andrew Love Cancer Centre

Andrew Love Centre Day Ward 70 swanston Street GEELONG 3220 The day unit provides a range of services in the treatment and support of cancer patients and their families, ranging from paediatric through to adult.

Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance

Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance is challenged to provide primary care support for men, their partners, families and colleagues when they seek information and services relating to a diagnosis of prostate cancer. 
We also work to encourage men over 40 years of age to take advantage of the simple "Little Prick" test know as a PSA test.  This test is performed by your GP and looks for Prostate Specific Antigen which can be the first indicator that something is wrong with the prostate. 
Early diagnosis of prostate cancer increases the likelihood of a full cure.
The Alliance is firstly targeting men over 40 years of age as the chance of developing prostate cancer for such a man is 1 in 8 throughout his remaining life. Also, men with a family history of prostate cancer as they have a risk of at least three times greater, than those who do not have such a family history, and should be tested from the age of 40.
HPCA Purpose
To assist individuals and groups of men and women with information about prostate cancer, in order to promote rational testing of men for this disease and to encourage the development of intellectual and emotional support systems for men diagnosed with prostate cancer and those supporting them.
HPCA Mission
  • Advocate a strong awareness within the Hunter New England region of the need for immediate initial testing and thereafter regular prostate cancer testing as frequently as available evidence dictates in order to curb this disease in its onset.
  • Provide primary care services to newly diagnosed men, their partners, families and colleagues to understand and come to terms with the complexity of this disease along with the variety of options available for treatment.
  •  Encourage the development of services that will promote a positive mental outlook for those affected by this disease and in those supporting them.
  • Emphasise the importance of continued education to recognise and deal with the many far reaching effects of prostate cancer, including the fact that many low grade cancers may be safely monitored without treatment.

Australian Children's Music Foundation

The ACMF is a not-for-profit organisation that provides music instruments and programs for disadvantaged and Indigenous children and youth in schools, remote communities and juvenile justice centres across Australia. Research has proven that participation in music has a significant impact on a child’s mental health and development.

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Parkinson's Queensland


Parkinson’s Queensland Incorporated is a non-profit, community-based organisation established in 1986 to provide information, counselling and support to people living with Parkinson’s disease. Our resources such as Info line and our network of support groups throughout Queensland have helped many individuals and their families better manage living with Parkinson’s disease.
We also play an advocacy role on behalf of the Parkinson’s disease community and strive to increase community awareness about the disease through educational sessions and promotional events.
At a national level, affiliation with Parkinson’s Australia provides strong links with other state Parkinson’s organisations. We also maintain contact with other Parkinson’s organisations around the world.
Parkinson’s Queensland Inc. seeks to make a positive contribution to the provision of treatment and professional support services for people with Parkinson’s disease. We provide in-service training and education to health professionals.

Children's Hospital Westmead

The Children's Hospital at Westmead is the highly respected, largest paediatric centre in NSW, providing excellent care for children from NSW, Australia and across the Pacific Rim.

Established in 1880, The Children's Hospital at Westmead is a registered charity with 3000 staff in 150 departments. The Children's Hospital at Westmead cares for over 70,000 sick children and their families each year in a family-focussed, healing environment.

In 2010 there was:

  • 29,000 inpatient admissions
  • 50,000 Emergency Department presentations
  • 735,000 outpatient appointments

Funded by the NSW Government, The Children's Hospital at Westmead provides significant extra services aided by the generosity of individual, community and corporate donors.

All donations to The Children's Hospital at Westmead of $2 and over are fully tax-deductible and we will send you a receipt for this purpose.

Shelford Girls' Grammar - The Simpson Memorial Scholarship Fund


Paul Simpson joined the teaching staff at Shelford Girls' Grammar in 2008. He was a much respected teacher of Science and his particular passion was Biology. Paul was also actively involved in the coaching of girls' basketball teams.
To be in his company was to be in the company of a passionate and knowledgeable man. He had an extraordinary knowledge of plants and the natural world and his students knew this. He encouraged them to connect deeply with the environment.
The world was Paul's classroom and he never missed an opportunity to share his knowledge and passion for life. Paul believed that it was possible through education to make the world a better place, by inspiring our young people to be the best they can be. He was a great mentor to not only our students but staff members too. Paul brought every shred of his being to his role as a teacher and a coach. Paul lifted his students' vision of what was attainable, and he made our girls believe in themselves.
On March 3, 2011 Paul died tragically whilst on a snorkelling activity with Year 10 students from Shelford Girls' Grammar. The Shelford community wishes to perpetuate the memory of Paul Simpson with the establishment of a memorial scholarship.
The Simpson Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Principal of Shelford Girls' Grammar Ms Polly Flanagan and the Patrons of the Simpson Memorial Scholarship Mr Lindsay Gaze and Mr Andrew Gaze, encourage you to donate to this very worthy cause. The Scholarship will be an ongoing reminder to the wider community of the wonderful legacy of Paul Simpson.

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The Arthritis Foundation of WA (Arthritis Western Australia) incorporating Osteoporosis WA is a non-profit, non-government organisation and the peak body for musculoskeletal disease in Western Australia.

The foundation is a national affiliate office of both Arthritis Australia and Osteoporosis Australia and relies on the generosity of the West Australian community for funding.

Mission Statement

The objective of the Arthritis Foundation of WA is to reduce the incidence and disabling effects of arthritis, osteoporosis and related conditions in the people of WA.


The Western Australian Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation (WAARF) was inaugurated in October 1972, as a non-government organisation, through the efforts of Drs Phyllis Goatcher, Evan Owen and Roger Dawkins. Its first home was an office freely offered by the ANZ Bank in Murray St. Its main aims were Care, Education and Research.

 In 1991, the organisation's name was updated and changed to its present form. From this modest beginning, the Foundation opened its own custom built Resource Centre in 1994 after a successful Capital Fundraising Appeal, naming the building after Mr Bill Wyllie in appreciation of his significant personal contribution.

 In addition to staff offices, the Wyllie Arthritis Centre houses a hydrotherapy pool, gymnasium, seminar and board rooms, café, book shop and leased office space to other tenants.

Arthritis Western Australia offers a range of support groups and branches which have evolved from the self help courses conducted over the years.

As the population ages, the incidence of arthritis, an umbrella term for over 100 types of disease, is increasing at alarming rates and in 2004 was made the 7th Health Priority by the Federal Government enabling state wide Foundations to benefit by access to government funding.

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Ecumenical Coffee Brigade (ECB)

The Ecumenical Coffee Brigade was established in 1970 by Louisa Toogood who saw a need to minister to homeless and marginalised people within the Brisbane CBD by offering them food and a hot drink each morning.  Following her example, the ECB as a voluntary organisation, continues to provide these same services.
We are committed to ensuring that every day of the year the van goes out on the street to serve food and drink and offer a welcoming presence.
We seek to offer those we meet respect and acceptance by treating all with dignity.
We look for new ways of ensuring that the needs of the people we serve are respected and responded to whenever possible.


Bravehearts’ key purpose is to educate, empower and protect Australian kids from sexual assault.
Our Vision is to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child by 2020.  To achieve this we depend on business, government and community support. This will ensure continued delivery of our school-based prevention programs as well as training, counselling, support and advocacy for survivors.  It will also allow continued research and important legislative reform agenda. 
Since its inception in 1997, Bravehearts has successfully moved this once taboo subject out of the shadows and into the light. As a result of its persistence, this distinction was acknowledged and supported by the Commonwealth Government and its COAG partners via the National Framework for the Protection of Australia’s Children (2009-2020).
It is only through increasing general awareness, increasing skills and capacity building for those working and living with children, preventative strategies, education and strong policies and legislation that we can accomplish Our Mission - to stop child sexual assault in society.  Our specialist services are instrumental in preventing the sexual assault of Australian children and giving hope and healing to the most vulnerable and precious members of our community – our kids.


Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Ltd was established in 2002, initially by Steve and Terri Irwin, as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife – from the individual animal to an entire species.
Our Projects
  • The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, Beerwah, Qld
  • The Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Qld
  • Tasmanian devil conservation, Tasmania
  • Asian elephant conservation, Cambodia
  • Sumatran tiger conservation, Sumatra
  • Orangutan conservation, Sumatra
  • Black rhino conservation, Kenya
  • Cheetah conservation, South Africa
  • Whale research, USA
Our Vision
That people, wildlife and habitat survive and prosper without being detrimental to the existence of each other.
Our Mission
To be the most effective wildlife conservation organisation in the world through the delivery of outstanding outcome-based programs and projects, inclusive of humanity.
Our Objectives
  • To protect and enhance the natural environment
  • To provide information and education to the public and raise awareness of wildlife issues
  • To undertake biological research
  • To research, recommend and act in the protection of threatened or endangered species.
  • To enter into cooperative arrangements with like-minded organisations

Make-A-Wish Australia

Our Mission

To bring magic and joy to children with a life-threatening illness by granting a cherished wish.

Our Vision

All Australians have the opportunity to share the power of a wish.

About Us

Established in 1985, Make-A-Wish Australia brings magic and joy to children and young people with a life-threatening illness by granting their most cherished wishes. We are an affiliate of Make-A-Wish® International and member of the Children's Charity Forum. We are the only children's charity in Australia to focus exclusively on wish-granting.

Wonderful Wishes

Wish children are between the ages of 4 and 18 years and live with life-threatening illnesses. Doctors, health professionals or parents apply to the Foundation to grant a wish to a child they know. Volunteer 'wish fairies' then visit eligible children and ask them to reach into their imaginations to think of their one cherished wish.

Children have amazing imaginations, and recent wishes from Australian children have ranged from:

"I wish to have a plasma television"

"I wish to meet an armadillo"

"I wish to go deep sea fishing"

"I wish to be a published author".

A team of local volunteers creates a magical wish-granting ceremony for the wish children and their families. Make-A-Wish is supported by a range of corporate and state sponsors, as well as over 1000 volunteers who make up the backbone to our organisation.

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Bendigo Animal Welfare & Community Services

Bendigo Animal Welfare & Community Services (BAWCS), formerly Bendigo Animal Shelter, was founded in 2003 and is a registered charity. Our approach is unique in comparison to other animal welfare organisations. Rather than focussing on what people can do for animals, we instead focus on what animals can do for people. The end result is that both people and animals have the opportunity to share in a nurturing environment with positive outcomes for both.
With this underpinning philosophy, we provide programs in the key areas of Animal Welfare, Community Support and Education.
We operate under a Pro Life Policy which means we do not euthanase animals that come into our care unless they are suffering a debilitating disease or condition affecting quality of life and cannot be treated or if they have repeatedly attacked another animal or person and cannot be retrained.

Logan Hospital Queensland - Children's Ward 2F

Logan Hospital

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Cnr Armstrong and Loganlea Roads Meadowbrook QLD 4131

PO Box 4096
Loganholme DC QLD 4129




+61 7 3299 8899




+61 7 3299 8888


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AWARE (Australian Wildlife Assistance Rescue and Education inc.) is a not-for-profit, 100% volunteer wildlife rescue and rehabilitation group which operates in Frankston (Victoria, Australia) and surrounding suburbs.
We are devoted to assisting sick, injured or orphaned wildlife that may otherwise be left to suffer or die by providing a 24 hour emergency rescue hotline service manned by volunteers knowledgeable in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation techniques.
AWARE was officially incorporated on 31 March 2005 and is listed as a Deductible Gift Recipient organisation (meaning monetary donations are tax deductible).
We have been actively addressing wildlife concerns with government bodies and other wildlife groups and working to increase the number of  rescuers and carers in the state. Additionally, we are working towards expanding the knowledge and expertise of our carers/rescuers, members and the general public through the introduction of  regular workshops and events, presented by specialists in the field of wildlife care, and through phone advice given by our dedicated team of hotline operators.


Studio ARTES is Sydney's premier  community-based, not-for-profit organisation for adults with disabilities based in Hornsby, NSW, Australia.

Studio ARTES Northside Inc. provides a ‘whole of life’ approach to training through its

  • Arts
  • Recreation
  • Training
  • Education
  • Skills

 programs for adults with disabilities

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Bowel cancer is 90% curable if detected early. Despite this, it is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in Australia. The Jodi Lee Foundation exists to educate people about the importance of bowel cancer screening and that early detection saves lives.
Our primary objectives are to:
1. Promote awareness about the high incidence of bowel cancer and encourage early detection through regular screening from age 40
 2. Establish and promote a bowel cancer screening program that allows businesses to offer tests to their employees
 3. Build an online questionnaire, in conjunction with the Cancer Council SA and CSIRO, to help people self-assess their risk of developing bowel cancer based on their family history

Lost Dogs Home

All companion animals have unique intrinsic value and are accepted as being capable of feeling and perception. As a consequence they must be responsibly owned and valued by their human counterparts.We will fulfill this mission by performing the following functions:

  • Providing optimal animal shelter services to:
    • facilitate the reunion of lost pets with their owners;
    • maximise pet adoptions;
    • provide animal management services for local and state government authorities;
    • offer quality veterinary services for stray animals and the pets of private clients and
    • manage the National Pet Register to maximise reunions between lost pets and their owners
  • Managing our financial resources effectively and with transparency such that we continue to be financially viable.
  • Fostering a safe, healthy and environmentally sustainable workplace for the public, our staff and the animals in our care.
  • Employing skilled staff and providing them with training opportunities and professional development to advance their skills and careers in an equal opportunity work environment
  • Promoting public awareness for The Lost Dogs’ Home, our Vision, Mission and Core Values
  • Managing The Home’s activities and strive for continuous improvement via the Home’s second-party audited Quality Management System.
  • Providing a quality and professional service to all clients, customers and requests for services from the public
  • Educating the public in all aspects of responsible pet ownership
  • Providing strong advocacy for animal welfare policies, procedures, legislation and education in the community, at all levels of government and in the media.
  • Actively supporting campaigns and strategies for the humane management and welfare of the national pet population including compulsory de-sexing and microchipping for all pet cats and dogs.
  • Cooperating and liaising with like-minded animal welfare organizations
  • Fostering research into, and/or gather information relating to, matters affecting animal welfare, pet ownership, the efficacy of animal-related legislation and animal behaviour.
  • Referring any cases of alleged cruelty (reported to The Lost Dogs’ Home) to the appropriate authority or organization for evaluation and further action.

Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation

Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation is directed towards both children and adults so they can think about those who are waiting for a life saving operation and a suitable match for an organ or tissue. Think about giving this gift to others so they can live a better life and in some cases, just to live.


Zaidee Rose Alexander Turner – aged 7 years and 22 days died suddenly on 2nd December 2004 from a burst blood vessel in her brain called a Cerebral Aneurism. Zaidee’s parents, Kim and Allan, founded Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation not long after.

At the time of Zaidee’s death the Turner family had been registered Organ and Tissue Donors for 5 years. As a result Zaidee donated her Organs and Tissues at the Royal Children’s Hospital, as were her wishes at the time. From this gift, the lives of 7 people (6 children and 1 adult) were improved and, in some cases, saved.

Zaidee was the only child in Victoria under the age of 16 years and we have been told one of the youngest Australians to donate her organs and tissues in 2004. She was only 1 of 6 children nationally to donate their organs.

Zaidee’s Story is directed towards both children and adults so they can think about others who are waiting for a life saving operation and a suitable match for an organ or tissue. Think about giving this gift to others so they can live a better life and in some cases, have a second chance at life.

Zaidee’s gift of her organs to others will allow them to have another birthday. 1 in 5 people on the transplant waiting list will never get the chance to have another birthday if people do not become registered donors.

The symbol is representative of hope; after every storm the sun shines and there is a rainbow. For those people on the transplant waiting list, the rainbow symbol offers them hope. At the end of their rainbow is an organ or tissue to improve their life – or in most cases – save their life.

In 2004 130,000 Australians died. Only 218 were Organ Donors.

Humane Society International

HSI is the global arm of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). Founded in 1991, HSI has expanded the HSUS's program activities into Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. HSI's Asian, Australian, and European offices, as well as offices in Costa Rica and Canada, help carry out and support field activities and programs in over 35 countries.

Our international efforts encompass relationships with the United Nations and work with various treaty and international agreements, including the World Trade Organization and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, affecting animals and their habitats. HSI works with national and jurisdictional governments, conservation NGOs, humane organizations, and individual animal protectionists to find practical, culturally sensitive, and long-term solutions to common environmental and animal problems.
HSI Australia has a particular emphasis on the following areas:
  • national and international biodiversity policy and implementation to protect habitats critical to the survival of many native species;
  • climate change, and the protection of ‘carbon sinks' such as rainforests and areas of high biodiversity value;
  • habitat protection in Australia with the Wildlife Land Trust, a not-for-profit network of wildlife sanctuaries around Australia;
  • the “Humane Choice” food label to improve the lives of farm animals and address the unsustainable practice of intensive farming;
  • disaster relief support in developing countries to rescue stricken and abandoned animals;
  • Extinction Denied NGO grants program for animal protection and environment programs across Asia, Africa and India; and
  • national and international marine campaigns against whaling, and seeking greater protection for sharks, turtles, albatrosses and threatened fish species.


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