We are committed to playing an active role in our diverse and inclusive community, and to being an inclusive and diverse workplace. Our commitment to the community is to create and sustain an environment where all children are welcomed, safe and protected from abuse.
Nightlife Disability Service (Nightlife) is a small charity which provides, flexible night time service for people with disabilities living in their own homes in the Southern region of Melbourne. Nightlife aims to not only be an emergency overnight service but a service that liberates and makes an ‘ordinary’ life possible for people with disabilities. It enables people to live as independently as possible in their own homes and enjoy an inclusive lifestyle. The type of support people receive from Nightlife varies and is uniquely tailored to each person’s needs.
Tour de Cure
Cancer research has been very successful at driving up survival rates. We're getting closer to our dream of a world without cancer, but there's still an urgent need for more effective treatments, capable of improving survival and quality of life. With your support, we will achieve this.
Through our magical, challenging and inspirational tours and events across Australia, we raise money to fund the boldest research, the most talented scientists and the groundbreaking projects that we believe will have the biggest impact on cancer.
We're passionate about cycling – it's in our DNA – but we cover ground to cure cancer in many different ways: walking, swimming, running, dancing.
GriefLine Community and Family Services Inc. (GriefLine) listens, cares and supports people experiencing loss and grief, at any stage in life.
We manage Australia’s only dedicated loss and grief national telephone counselling service. We provide anonymous support and specialist counselling services to individuals and families. All calls are confidential and free.
Our volunteer counsellors undergo intensive training and are professionally supported by GriefLine.
We also deliver responsive, evidence-based and personalised services for individuals, families and community groups.
Online counselling is also available nationally.
The Click Foundation was established in 2009 with one purpose in mind:
To help find a cure for epilepsy.
Because epilepsy is a complex condition, finding a cure will require substantial research and therefore substantial funding.
Whilst epilepsy and seizures affect at least 20% of Australians directly or indirectly, the level of funding generated for and applied to research in no way reflects the seriousness and human cost of epilepsy.
The World Health Organisation acknowledge that epilepsy is the least understood and most underfunded of all neurological conditions.
NAB AFL Auskick
Join the Fun!
Get active with over 120,000 kids all across Australia!
NAB AFL Auskick is simply the best introduction for kids into the world of Australian Football. Auskickers run, jump, kick, laugh, express themselves and create their own special moments that just happens to be footy. No matter if you know the game or not, Auskick is inclusive for everyone aged 5-12 at any ability to play.
We take the time to ask
#RUOKDay (Thurs 10 September) is a reminder that a conversation could change a life. This year we're learning what to say after R U OK?
so we can keep the conversation going when someone says “No, I’m not OK”. You can too!