We represent the more than 353,800 Australians living with dementia and the estimated 1.2 million Australians involved in their care. We advocate for the needs of people living with all types of dementia, and for their families and carers, and provide support services, education and information. Alzheimer's Australia is a member of Alzheimer's Disease International, the umbrella organisation of Alzheimer's Associations around the world. Alzheimer's Australia also represents, at the national level, the interests of its federation of state and territory members on all matters relating to dementia and carer issues.
Relief in times of crisis and care when it's needed most. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live. The Red Cross Red Crescent Movement helps tens of millions of people around the world each year and here at Australian Red Cross, we care for local communities in Australia and further afield. With millions of volunteers worldwide and thousands of members, volunteers and supporters across Australia we can reach people and places like nobody else.
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s leading service provider for people on the autism spectrum. Their services provide people on the autism spectrum with the opportunity to realise their unique potential, as well as providing much needed support to their families, carers, friends and colleagues. Aspect’s vision is to provide the best possible opportunities for people on the spectrum.
Three million Australians are currently experiencing anxiety or depression. Every day, seven people take their own lives. Because this affects all of us, Beyond Blue are equipping everyone in Australia with the knowledge and skills to protect their own mental health. We’re giving people the confidence to support those around them, and making anxiety, depression and suicide part of everyday conversations. And as well as tackling stigma, prejudice and discrimination, we’re breaking down the barriers that prevent people from speaking up and reaching out. We're here for everyone in Australia – at work, home, school, university, online, and in communities across the country.
BreastScreen Queensland has been providing Queensland women with quality breast cancer screening services for 20 years. We are the only nationally accredited breast cancer screening provider in Queensland offering free screening and assessment, to eligible women, using the latest digital mammography technology.
Cancer Council Queensland. Thousands of Queenslanders donate and volunteer for us each day, helping us to improve cancer control. We are Queensland’s leading non-government community organisation in cancer control. We are committed to providing all Queenslanders with the best possible prospects of preventing, detecting, effectively treating and surviving a cancer diagnosis.
Crime Stoppers is a community volunteer organisation that believes the general public can help make a difference in solving and preventing crime.
To report information on a crime you can fill out an online form or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. If the situation is urgent and requires police attendance call 000.
The Fred Hollows Foundation now works in more than 25 countries and has restored sight to over two million people worldwide. This couldn’t have been achieved without the overwhelming support of the Australian public. We’re as determined now as ever to end avoidable blindness. 4 out of 5 people who are blind don't need to be – there remains so much to do. We're working towards a world where no person is unnecessarily blind. For everyone, no matter whether they're rich or poor, to have the right to high quality and affordable eye care.
Our Mission is to provide help to families who have been devastated by House Fire. So that no family feels isolated, alone and lost, in a time of need. We at Logan House Fire Support Network, rely on donations from the public, so that we can continue to help those affected by House Fire. Your donation helps to provide emergency accomodation, immediate medical help, help with the cost of re housing, and so much more, right down to a new toothbrush. If you are able to donate even a small amount it is greatly appreciated and welcomed.
Melanoma is a familiar word to most Australians. But it’s only when melanoma directly impacts our lives that we begin to understand the seriousness of this type of skin cancer.
Learn more about melanoma: what it is, how it’s diagnosed, treatment options and patient stories.
Meningitis Centre of Australia Inc is striving to eliminate meningitis in Australia by lobbying for vaccines and educating the community to be aware of the signs and symptoms. The Centre also provides support for families affected by the disease. Meningitis is an inflammation of the fluid and membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord.
The Organ and Tissue Authority (OTA) works with states and territories, clinicians and the community sector to deliver the Australian Government’s national reform programme to improve organ and tissue donation and transplantation outcomes in Australia.Australia's national reform programme, led by the Organ and Tissue Authority with the DonateLife Network, is achieving steady increases in donation and transplantation outcomes.
The Queensland State Emergency Service is a not-for-profit organisation that is supported through a partnership between the State Government and Local Governments of Queensland and the SES volunteers themselves. The SES consists of thousands of 'unpaid' volunteers from a variety of backgrounds and professions who respond to emergencies and disasters across the State, 24/7. These volunteers are supported by SES staff. Queensland Fire and Emergency Services provides the State Government coordination and support component.
Road Safety. There are more than 4,000,000 great reasons why Queenslanders should take care on the road. You're one of them. Too many people die on Queensland roads, and the effects can be devastating. The financial costs are enormous, and the social and emotional impacts are even bigger. But the sad truth is, road crashes are largely preventable. Join the Drive to Save Lives is a road safety initiative with the goal to get the whole of Queensland to rally together behind road safety.
The Salvation Army helps provide hope, opportunity and freedom to all Australians without discrimination. "We believe in the power of community. People loving other people, and people helping other people. Those who ‘have’ sharing generously – sacrificially – with those who don’t. People finding acceptance, encouragement, healing and support without discrimination. We believe no-one should have to ‘go it alone’.
Our goal is to be community builders, not just service providers. We don’t give up on people – not only responding to immediate needs but journeying with people for the long haul, helping them to find freedom and stay free as well."
Swim Australia’s mission is to help all Australians become safer, smarter and stronger through swimming. This is primarily achieved by developing and empowering our swim school network through the delivery of world’s best practice guidelines, professional development programs, growth opportunities and business support. It’s also about fun, and knowing Aussies are safer in and around water, as a result of their Swim Australia Registered Swim School experience, and their resulting knowledge.
The Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) is a global leader in radiotherapy research. 1 in 2 cancer patients will benefit from radiotherapy and TROG is working hard on ways to continually improve their treatment. TROG has been improving the way in which radiotherapy is delivered to cancer patients for over 25 years. The research our Australian and New Zealand-based members conduct is renowned internationally.