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Save a dog or cat’s life and assist in finding them loving homes
Every year tens of thousands of healthy dogs and cats are euthanased in Australia. SADS needs your help to rescue and rehome the animals that come into their care.
$15 can feed an average sized dog or cat for a week.Discover More
Help free the world of waste and hunger
Every single year across Australia, we waste $20 billion dollars worth of good food. As a nation, we produce enough food to feed 60 million people. At the same time, 5 million Aussies will struggle with getting the food they need at some point throughout the year. About a quarter of those are children.
Every single $1 donated to OzHarvest will enable them to deliver 2 meals to vulnerable Australians.Discover More
Help provide children with food, water and education in disadvantaged communities
More than 260 million children worldwide aren’t receiving a quality education. Being forced out of school and into the workforce at a young age has a profound impact on a child’s life. Child labour harms their physical and mental development, and robs them of their childhood, their education, and their potential.
$70 can give 7 children school kits.Discover More
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Provide help to people seeking asylum in Australia
Families who have fled violence, war and persecution are often then stripped of their basic rights in Australia, while waiting for an outcome of their legal status. People often live this - in limbo for years. During this time, more and more people, without the right to work, become destitute.
$27 can provide a daily hot meal and food and groceries for a week.Discover More
Provide safe sleeps to vulnerable people
On any given night in Australia, 116,000 people are homeless. 8,200 are rough sleepers; sleeping out on the street. People experiencing homelessness encounter violence, harassment and bullying.
$10 can get a person in need a safe night's sleep.Discover More
Improve school kids mental wellbeing
In Australia mental illness rates in young people are the highest they have ever been. One in four young people will be diagnosed with a mental illness during adolescence and one in five young people who are diagnosed with a mental illness will have it persist into adulthood.
$30 supports a young person to attend a Burn Bright school based wellbeing or leadership program.Discover More
Support Aussie farming families
The impact of the drought in Australia is almost impossible to fathom or describe. Farmers everywhere are facing desperate times and many are being left with no choice but to walk off their properties under the crippling strain of debt.
$30 could provide breakfast for a family for a weekDiscover More
Reduce your carbon footprint
Since European settlement, over 90 million hectares of land across Australia has been cleared, threatening species and the productivity of farmlands. Climate change will only exacerbate the impact with reduced rainfall, increased temperatures, droughts and more frequent extreme weather events.
$50 can support Greening Australia to plant enough trees and shrubs to store 1 tonne of carbon dioxideDiscover More
Help sick children when they need it most
Congenital heart disease is one of the leading causes of death of Australian babies. Eight babies are born with a heart condition in Australia every day, with 4 young lives lost each week. Congenital heart disease is the most common birth abnormality, affecting 1 in every 100 babies.
$20 can assist with items for care bags for those in hospital.Discover More
National Breast Cancer Foundation
Help fund breast cancer research
Breast cancer is on the rise - increasing by 38% in the last 10 years alone. It is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the country with over 3000 Australians losing their life this year. 8 women still die from breast cancer every day.
$25 can support researchers to uncover new drug targets for chemo-resistant breast cancer.Discover More