AWLA

Animal Welfare League Australia (AWLA) is a federated non-profit, non-government funded, charitable organisation whose members provide shelter, adoption, rescue, foster-care and health-care services to more than 55,000 vulnerable pets across the country every year. Our members uphold and encourage the highest standards of health and welfare for pets in their care and in the community.

 

Donations given to AWLA support their state based members in Queensland (AWLQ), New South Wales (AWLNSW), South Australia (AWLSA), Tasmania (Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania) and Western Australia (SAFE).

 

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BCNA

Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is the peak national organisation for Australian affected by breast cancer. BCNA works to ensure that all Australians Affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs. Around 17,730 Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, an average of 48 people every day.

 

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Children’s Hospital Foundation

The Children’s Hospital Foundation funds vital research, new equipment, and provides entertainment, care and support for sick kids and their families, helping these children get better, faster. Donations given to Children’s Hospital Foundation support each of the major children’s hospital in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. Money raised assists with research, education, entertainment, volunteering, patient and parent support services that would otherwise not receive funding.

 

For further information, please visit their website:

 

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Youngcare

Youngcare is a not-for-profit organisation spearheading powerful and positive change to help more young people with high care needs, live the lives we all deserve. There are simply too many young people in Australia being left behind, living in inappropriate and unacceptable housing. It is an issue that spans the corners of the country, yet it’s so close to home.

 

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