Using our success to benefit our broader community
TLC for Kids
TLC for kids™ is Australia’s fastest and most inclusive provider of immediate distraction and urgent relief for all children in hospitals, and their families, nation-wide. Support is provided to over 400 hospitals and in more than 700,000 medical examinations and procedures, annually. We are a small charity, with a BIG footprint.
Hospital and clinical professionals either use one of our existing services within hospital departments and wards across the country, or they refer children and families directly to us who are in need of assistance – especially those who have fallen through the gaps of the current healthcare network, or are in need of additional support, relating to any health-related issue.
Disability Sport and Recreation
In 1962, the ParaVics Sports Club was formed to help a group of eight athletes with disability compete in national and international sporting competitions. Disability Sport and Recreation is proud to be the birthplace of the Victorian Paralympic movement.
Since then, Disability Sport and Recreation has grown to help Victorians from the grassroots players to elite athletes, play and compete in the sports they love.
For more than 50 years, Disability Sport and Recreation have been able to help Victorians with disability get active thanks to the generous donations and support of the Victorian community.
World Vision is Australia’s largest charitable group, helping over 20 million people every year, thanks to the support of more than 400,000 Australians.
World Vision provides emergency relief in addition to long-term community development projects. World Vision addresses the causes of poverty and help people move towards self-sufficiency.
Cancer Council Australia
Cancer Council Australia is Australia’s peak national non-government cancer control organisation. Cancer Council Australia advises the Australian Government and other bodies on practices and policies to help prevent, detect and treat cancer.