Alzheimer’s Australia NSW

Alzheimer’s Australia NSW was organized to minimize the incidence and impact of dementia through leadership, innovation and partnerships in advocacy, policy, education, services and research. They aim to meet the needs of people living with dementia, their carers and families by providing appropriate quality service. [Read more...]

Cancer Council New South Wales

Cancer Council NSW, provides services and support for all cancers and all people. It funds research , and advocates on cancer issues and provides education and support programs across the cancer journey of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. [Read more...]

DCH Animal Adoptions

DCH Animal Adoptions is a volunteer rescue charity saving dogs, cats and horses from death row in council pounds and shelters. Operating throughout NSW, Australia, DCH is entirely volunteer run and has been established since 2005. Working with a foster care system we ensure all our animals are de-sexed and vet checked prior to re-homing and our foster care system works to ensure our animals are re-homed to suitable, permanent, loving new homes. [Read more...]

Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (MIFA)

MIFA is a non-profit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization for people with mental illnesses, their families and friends. [Read more...]

Liminal Lines

Liminal Lines is a nonprofit organization in Melbourne, Australia, which was incorporated in 2004 and established as a public benevolent institution in 2006. The core business of this group of highly trained and appropriately skilled artists, is utilizing the arts with young women in and leaving custody or at risk of entering the juvenile justice system. Although working with largely creative rather than therapeutic modeling, the program offers an alternative form of engagement of one-on-one counseling that is appropriate for the age group. In the last two years, Liminal Lines has also run programs with young men in custody (2004), young people in disadvantaged schools (2004), young people on justice and protective orders in the community (southern region, 2005), young women who are survivors of sexual assault (ECASA, 2004/05) and continued artwork on an outreach basis in regional/remote Victoria with indigenous young women post-release (2005/2006). [Read more...]

Center for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies

CERES (the Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies, pronounced ‘series’) is an internationally recognised model of a sustainable society located in Melbourne, Australia. CERES shares its name with the Roman Goddess for agriculture. CERES is located on 4.5 hectares (10 acres) on the banks of the Merri Creek, in East Brunswick, close to Melbourne’s city centre. CERES runs on renewable energy, conserves and recycles its water and waste, grows organic food, and teaches diverse audiences about more just and environmentally friendly ways of living. [Read more...]

Organ Donation New Zealand

The Donor Coordination service was established in 1987 at the time when heart transplantation commenced at Green Lane Hospital. Today this national service is known as Organ Donation New Zealand. Its primary responsibility is to coordinate the donation of organs and tissues from deceased donors in New Zealand for transplant units in New Zealand and sometimes Australia and for tissue banks in New Zealand. The donor coordinators provide information and ongoing support for those families who have generously donated organs or tissues. Organ Donation New Zealand works with health professionals throughout New Zealand to ensure that there are nationally consistent and excellent processes for donation. It also provides education and training for health professionals, as well as providing information to the public. [Read more...]

University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania (UTas) was officially founded on January 1, 1890, by an Act of the Colony’s Parliament and was only the fourth university to be established in nineteenth-century Australia. UTas works with universities around the world to offer students an international experience as part of their study. It has exchange arrangements with more than 90 countries throughout Europe, Asia and North America. UTas also works with researchers in many countries on issues that have international significance. [Read more...]

St Vincent de Paul

The St Vincent de Paul Society is an international organization that works in over 144 countries. It implements programs that collect donated goods and emergency relief items, provides services to the homeless, gathers volunteer groups and conducts a buddies program. [Read more...]

Salvation Army Australia

The Salvation Army Australia East Territory Headquarters are located in Sydney. The Salvation Army is comprised of two main branches, corps and service centers. The Community Service Centers provide aid and support to people in need within the community in the form of emergency assistance and rehabilitation. The main areas in which the Salvation Army provides community services are: addiction, aged care, counseling, court and prison, disability, emergency, employment, homeless and domestic violence, and youth services. [Read more...]

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