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National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia
www.stemcellfoundation.net.au

The National Stem Cell foundation of Australia (NSCFA) was established in mid-2011 as the follow-on organisation from the Australian Stem Cell Centre. It is a public company limited by guarantee (ABN: 84 152 713 098) that has been endorsed by the ATO as a charitable body with deductible gift recipient status.

 
Its mission is to promote the study and use of stem cells in the prevention or control of disease in human beings and to enhance public education in this field.
 
Why was the NSCFA set up?
The NSCFA was established by the Australian Stem Cell Centre to carry on the work that the Centre started. When the Centre had reached the end of its Government funding cycle, it was essential the money raised continued to be directed towards stem cell research and public education. The NSCFA was set up to continue to fund the development of stem cell technology, and increase public awareness.
 
Our aims are to:
  1. Provide resources for the Australian public on stem cell technology and regenerative medicine including its risks, achievements, benefits and overall technical progress.
  2. Pursue cures for, as yet untreatable diseases, using stem cell technology and regenerative medicine. This is reached by supporting research activities in these areas.
We achieve these aims by pursuing charitable purposes only, and using donations received to promote these activities.

Donkey Shelter Inc. was founded by Dr. May Dodd to help orphaned, abandoned, suffering and mistreated donkeys.

 opened in August 1997, and is located on 28 acres in Diamond Creek, which is approximately 20 kilometres north of Melbourne. The land on which the Shelter is located is privately owned by May, and is provided by her at no cost to the Shelter.

Donkey Shelter is a non-profit, charitable organisation that receives no government funding, although from the 1st of July 2006 donations are now tax deductible. We rely totally on public donations, donkey sponsorship, fundraising events and the help of volunteers to continue the work.

Our Mission

  • Love and care for neglected, unwanted and abused donkeys
  • Assist people with physical, mental and intellectual handicaps through the calming, gentle influence of 'donkey therapy'
  • Enable the contribution of donkeys to the Australian community to be better appreciated and enjoyed

 

Implementation

Donkeys may be taken in by the Shelter for a number of reasons:-

  • They are rescued from situations of neglect and cruelty
  • They are surrendered by owners who are no longer able to care for them
  • They are bought at stockyards to prevent their being sold for slaughter for petmeat


As soon as they reach the Shelter, the donkeys are nursed back to health and rehabilitated if necessary.

When they have recovered, donkeys whose health and temperament allow it will be located to carer homes. Old donkeys, those with ongoing health problems, and those with an unsuitable temperament, will remain at the Shelter. Some donkeys are suitable to join the fundraising team, and these will also remain at the Shelter. All funds raised are used solely for the welfare of the donkeys.

Donkey Shelter Inc. does not sell or breed donkeys. The only donkeys born at the Shelter are those whose mothers were already pregnant when they arrived here.

RYLA 9640 - Rotary Youth Leadership Award
http://www.ryla9640.org/

RYLA is a premier youth leadership development program designed to promote proactivity, personal and professional development of Australian youth who have already been identified with exceptional leadership potential.

 

RYLA recruits only the highest calibre young people and offers this group the chance to access some of Australia’s most influential and motivational speakers; experts in a variety of fields.

RYLA is hosted by Rotary, a reputable not for profit organisation whose mission is to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and build goodwill and peace in the world. One of Rotary International’s key commitments is to helping young people prepare for the future and to build the next generation of leaders.

Santi Forest Monastery (Building Fund)
http://www.santifm.org/santi/

Santi Forest Monastery is a Buddhist education and meditation residence for nuns, and laypeople.

Established in 2003, it is set in the rugged bush ravines of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia. Santi offers accommodation, teaching, and support for study and practice in the Forest Tradition, with a special emphasis on the earliest teachings of the Buddha that are shared by all Buddhist traditions. Since 2005, the Sangha of Santi has performed ordinations each year, and has become internationally recognized for its advocacy of full ordination for Buddhist nuns (bhikkhunis).

Santi Monastery is currently hosting the Renounceathon Fundraiser to fundraise for the monastery. To register as a participant, or sponsor a participant, see https://sites.google.com/site/renounceathon/

For more information of the monastery and monastic life see www.santifm.org.

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Eden Monaro Cancer Support Group
http://www.actemcsg.org.au

Assisting families who have a member undergoing treatment for cancer, and find themselves in a financially difficult situation.

There are many reasons why financial difficulty occurs, eg;

There are many reasons why financial difficulty occurs, eg;

(1) The patient is the bread winner & has used all holiday, sickness & long service pay (where long service has accumulated).

(2) The bread winner becomes the major carer.

(3) In the case of a child, both parents are in Sydney with their child, and while having to pay for everyday living costs there, the bills don’t stop coming for essential services, rent etc; back home.

(4) Single parent who may have to give up work to care for their child.

(5) Single parent still caring for a family, becomes the patient.

Sickness benefits do not go a long way when you are paying rent or a mortgage as well as essential services and trying to cover medical, food, petrol and any other every day living expenses.

The members of the Cancer Support Group work hard to raise funds so we are able to help these patients, and we appreciate the assistance given to us by those non members who help on the day of certain fundraisers.

The ACT Eden Monaro Cancer Support Group appreciates all donations, which help us help these families who are suffering through no fault of their own. Without this most important help, we could not survive and this would be a major disaster to those families needing our support.

Wildlife Asia - The Orangutan Project
http://www.wildlifeasia.org.au

WILDLIFE ASIA

Mission
The primary objective of Wildlife Asia is the protection and enhancement of the natural habitat of orangutans, gibbons, Asian rhinos, bears and other Asian wildlife.
 
Background
Wildlife Asia is a not for profit association raising funds in Australia to increase conservation contribution, capacity and efficiency for wildlife conservation.
 
Wildlife Asia and its field programs are active, throughout South East Asia in:
  • habitat protection (in particular tropical rainforest),
  • wildlife conservation (in particular Orangutan, Rhino, Bear and Gibbon), and
  • sustainable development for local communities.
 
Wildlife Asia -The Australian Orangutan Project
 
How will the funds be used?
The orangutan’s rainforest habitat is disappearing at an unprecedented rate. 80% of the orangutan’s rainforests has been decimated in the past 20 years. Much of what remains is degraded by drought, forest fires and illegal logging. This destruction is also inflicting a massive amount of suffering on a species that is 97% genetically identical to humans, intelligent as a 5 to 6 year old child and is self-aware. Tragically, extinction in the wild is likely for both Sumatran and Bornean orangutans if we do not take immediate action. 
 
Donations are important to The Orangutan Project because the funds help to provide ongoing support for a wide range of projects, including habitat protection, rehabilitation projects and orphan care centres.
 
For example:
  • Funded a community campaign to save the Tripa Swampin Aceh which consists of 61,803 hectares and has amongthe highest densities of orangutans anywhere in the world.
  • Started the Wildlife Projection Units in Sumatra Indonesia topatrol 250,000 hectares. 
  • Achieved the first successful prosecution against injuring an orangutan. 
Key Areas of Expenditure
The organization provides technical and financial assistance directly to conservation projects and orangutan rescue and rehabilitation centres. This includes much needed resources for the day-to-day care needs, the reintroduction of orphaned orangutans and the locating and securing of release sites. Presently there are over 2,000 orphaned orangutans living in care centres in Borneo and Sumatra.
 
Are donations tax deductible? 
Donations of $2.00 or more go to The Orangutan Project Conservation Fund and are tax deductible.
  
 

Animal Welfare League SA
https://animalwelfare.com.au/

The AWL promotes the ownership of companion animals, the positive interaction between humans and animals, and to improve their welfare and care.

Our Vision
To be recognised as a leader in animal welfare.

Our Values

  • Support the quality of life of animals
  • Promote the care of animals
  • Acknowledge the human animal bond
  • Recognise the importance of people in the delivery of good animal  welfare

Victims of Crime SA
http://www.victimsa.org/

 

Victim Support Service (VSS) is a statewide, community based not-for-profit organisation in South Australia. Qualified staff and trained volunteers provide a comprehensive range of services for adults and older adolescents who have experienced crime. This includes individual crime victims, their families, friends and the wider community. We are a non-government organisation working in partnership with communities, police and other organisations across regional, rural and metropolitan areas.

 

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Colac Area Health is a provider of acute care (50 beds), emergency services, residential aged care (75 beds) and a diverse range of community such as financial counselling, alcohol and other drugs and a range of allied health services.

Corangamarah is an aged care facility of 75 beds, a modern facility operating since August 2006.

Through the Birregurra Community Health Centre and Colac Neighbourhood House additional services are provided to the wider community.

KARI Aboriginal Resources Inc
www.kari.org.au

WHO IS KARI?
 
KARI Aboriginal Resources Incorporated (KARI) was established in 1999 as a not-for-profit community organisation based at Liverpool in Sydney's South West. KARI was founded to address the needs of Aboriginal communities within the region as there were no Aboriginal community services operating in the area at the time. 
 
KARI provides foster care to Aboriginal children and young people as well as intensive support for Aboriginal families across NSW. 
 
We are one of the largest Aboriginal foster care providers in Australia and the only organisation to provide Aboriginal specific services. 
 
Our Vision
Flourishing Aboriginal families and communities.
 
Our Mission
Building strength in Aboriginal families, communities and services.Flourishing Aboriginal families and communities.
 
WHAT WE OFFER
 
PREVENTION 
At any one time, KARI works with over 100 mothers and fathers and their children to build their strength and prevent the removal of children. 
 
FOSTER CARE
KARI finds loving and respectful homes for over 160 (July, 2013) Aboriginal children and young people. We believe that identification with culture, family and community are critical in the healthy upbringing of Aboriginal children and young people. 
 
TREATMENT
Our in-house KARI Clinic and expert physicians offer immediate and intense speech therapy for Aboriginal children who have severe developmental and communication delays. Over 505 free sessions are conducted each year. 
 
OPPORTUNITY
The KARI Scholarship Program offers over 100 high school students in years 11 and 12 intensive support and guidance to help them finish their studies. 
 
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
KARI Community Programs reach over 2000 members of the Aboriginal community every year. These programs encourage a strong focus on participation, skill development and culture.
 
IDENTITY
KARI's Cultural Unit have found a significant number of family members of our children in care and have united them with culture and family. 
 
For a full list and further information on all programs conducted, please contact KARI on 02 8782 0300. 
 
CONTACT US
 
Address: Level 3, 131 George St. Liverpool, NSW, 2170 
Phone: (02) 8782 0300
Fax: (02) 8782 0353
Email: reception@kari.org.au
 
 
 

Fragile X Association of Australia
http://fragilex.org.au/

Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) is the most common known cause of inherited intellectual disability and single gene cause of autism.  Each week in Australia, 1 child is born fully affected by FXS; and 20 children are born who carry the Fragile X gene.
 
The Fragile X Association of Australia is a national not-for-profit organisation and registered charity which aims to improve the health and well being of children & adults affected by Fragile X and to provide support to them and their families. 
 
The Association was established in NSW in 1989 as a parent support group. It now provides a range of services including assessment clinics for children & adults,  workshops & seminars, information resources, and counselling.
 
The Association also aims to increase the awareness of Fragile X and to educate medical, educational and other professionals in the management, diagnosis, support and treatment of people living with the condition.
 

Reading out of Poverty
www.readingoutofpoverty.org.au

Reading Out of Poverty is a non-profit organisation that supports children and families in the pre-literacy and early learning stage of development. Established in Melbourne, with the support of volunteers and community partners we provide early literacy programs that aim to promote a love for and habit of reading. Children need to engage in reading activities from birth so that they develop the literacy skills they need to succeed at school. Children who do not have this critical foundation will quickly fall behind and lose confidence in the classroom. For many of these children, they may never catch up which directly impacts life outcomes.
 
We focus on children who are at high risk of developing poor literacy and numeracy skills and low-level educational outcomes from an early age including refugee, migrant and indigenous children.
 
Our organisation establishes unique partnerships with parents and carers, pre-schools, community hubs and centres, health and welfare centres, migrant groups, government housing estates and Indigenous Cooperatives to develop essential early literacy and language skills in children from disadvantaged backgrounds where illiteracy is common. We are committed to seeing cultural change in attitudes towards reading in early childhood.
 
Mission
Reading out of Poverty is focused on developing the early literacy skills of Melbourne’s most disadvantaged children including those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, new migrant families, refugee and Indigenous backgrounds. Our primary purpose is to provide a strong foundation for children to learn to read so that they can succeed in education, reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world.
 

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Leprosy Mission Australia
http://www.leprosymission.org.au/

TLM is committed to the empowerment of individuals, families and communities affected by leprosy or at risk of the disease.  Such people often suffer from lack of choice and are usually powerless to change their situation.
 
TLM wants to help them enlarge their choices and to encourage and enable them to take part in decisions affecting their lives.
 
TLM’s goal is empowerment; not dependency. Empowerment enables each person affected by leprosy to reach their potential as a full participant in their community, which gives them pride, dignity and a sense of worth.  In the end, we want to hear people say, "I've been cured of leprosy AND I am a valued and respected person."
 
TLM works in partnerships with individuals and communities affected by Leprosy in 29 countries worldwide, where people have been affected by leprosy, in order to restore and enhance human dignity, self-reliance and quality of life.  The Leprosy Mission does all of its work in and under the name of Jesus Christ.
 
Over 2000 national & international staff, work together to provide appropriate medical, educational and other services to meet the many needs of people affected by leprosy.
 
The Leprosy Mission Australia concentrates its focus of work within India, Nigeria, D.R Congo, Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Nepal, Thailand and Myanmar.

Angel Babies Foundation
http://www.angelbabies.org.au

Angel Babies' Mission

Angel Babies Foundation's mission is to provide timely, appropriate and clinically sound counselling and support to individuals and families touched by the loss of a much anticipated baby, following premature birth or challenged by infertility.

It aims to provide educative resources about pregnancy related issues and complications, developed by respected professionals, accessible to all Australians, irrespective of whether they live in cities, towns, rural, regional or remote areas.

The core activity is the professional training of counsellors to provide peer support to those experiencing anxiety, the trauma of loss and the full gamut of emotions through the grieving process.

Angel Babies Foundation also provides training to clinicians, nurses and midwives, social workers and mental health professionals to empower them to assist those in their care and the wider community.

Best practice is promoted to hospitals and health providers, community and maternal health centres nationally, aimed at reducing the suffering of those experiencing symptoms associated with pregnancy and baby loss, to ensure women, who are suffering physical pain, are provided privacy, their dignity is respected, and the extremely confronting emotional situation for them and their family is managed in a compassionate way.

Hospital Research Foundation
www.hospitalresearch.com.au

The Hospital Research Foundation’s key role is to support the world-leading medical and health research conducted at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) and the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) to improve the health of our community. Together, TQEH and BHI have forged a global reputation for innovation and excellence for ‘bench to bedside’ research where laboratory breakthroughs are quickly translated into improved patient care and treatment options. The Hospital Research Foundation supports medical research through Major Program Grants, Research Grants the purchase of laboratory equipment and by providing financial support and scholarships to Postgraduate, Honours and vacation research students.

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Royal Eye and Ear Hospital
http://www.eyeandear.org.au/

Our focus is on providing the very best patient care possible. We strive to apply new and effective models of care, invest in research and training and share our knowledge to improve eye and ear health. 

 

Vision

Improving quality of life through caring for the senses

Mission

We aspire to be the world's leading eye and ear health service by:

  1. Excelling in specialist services
  2. Integrating teaching and research
  3. Enabling a highly engaged workforce
  4. Promoting health in our community
  5. Building a sustainable future

RSPCA South Australia
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NSW Women's Refuge Movement
http://www.wrrc.org.au

The WRM Resource Centre is the point of contact for the NSW Women's Refuge Movement (WRM): a network of 53 refuges for women and children escaping domestic violence across NSW. The WRMRC provides administrative support and policy development for the refuges as well as resources and information for the broader community about issues relating to domestic violence.

The WRMRC receives many calls from refuge workers, other services and students who require assistance, information or referral to another service. Women experiencing domestic violence are referred to the Department of Community Services 24-hour line for counseling and crisis accommodation (1800 6564 63).

Little Paws Kitten Rescue Association
http://littlepawskittenrescue.org.au

Every cat deserves a furrever home!
 
Our mission is to help as many cats and kittens as possible to find loving, secure homes so that they can have peace and contentment throughout their lives. We aim to teach the public about the responsible ownership of cats and kittens through educational events promoting desexing, microchipping and vet checks for their feline friends.
 
Little Paws is a NO KILL non-profit organisation funded wholly by donations and fundraising events and we rely on the public’s generosity to continue our important work. All funds raised go directly to the care and upkeep of the cats and kittens. We exist thanks to the kind-hearted folks who donate, sponsor and help foster the cats and kittens we take on.
 
If you have room in your home and heart, please consider adopting one of our cats or kittens in need of a loving furrever home.

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