One in four South Australians suffer from Arthritis. It affects people from tiny toddlers right through to the elderly.
Arthritis SA is there to support, educate and advocate for people with Arthritis.
A major focus is research where we hope one day to find a cure for Arthritis.Read more
Bedford enables people with disability to flourish and grow.
We provide an environment that encourages learning, a culture of independence and a sense of safety with trusted staff to ensure success for the 1,500 people with disability who rely on Bedford for support.
We help to enhance social involvement and training, encouraging people to become more independent – we actually change lives, it’s amazing!
CanTeen (South Australia)
We get it. Just when life should be full of possibilities, cancer crashes into a young person’s world and shatters everything.
Cancer pushes them back in to the nest, makes them grow up too fast and weighs them down with worries they’re not supposed to have yet.
CanTeen is the game changer.Read more
Carers SA is a not for profit organisation. Carers are at the heart of everything we do. We support and empower carers who provide unpaid care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness, drug or alcohol issue, or who are aged. There are 245,000 unpaid carers in South Australia. In Australia carers provide 1.9 billion hours of unpaid care and the replacement value of this care is $60.3 billion per year.
Childhood Cancer Association
The Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia’s key childhood cancer support organisations.
Supporting more than 400 families, the Childhood Cancer Association provides ongoing and practical hands on support for children with cancer, and their families. Families should not feel alone at this time.Read more
Grow (SA Branch)
Grow is a national organisation that takes a peer approach to mental wellness and delivers programs that use the lived experience of others for prevention and resilience as well as recovery.
Established in Sydney in 1957, Grow’s founders were drawn together by their first-hand experience of mental illness at a time when no community services existed. The wisdom they gained in helping each other to overcome life’s challenges and recover from mental illness was carefully recorder and forms the basis of the unique Grow program.Read more
HeartKids is the compass to help navigate the lifetime journey of the 64,000 Australian children, teens and adults affected by congenital/childhood heart disease. Our aim is to help them -and their families - to lead the most fulfilling life possible and to reach their personal goals.
We are the voice for all people impacted by congenital/childhood heart disease - the largest cause of infant death in Australia.
Our work is focused on our four pillars of Advocacy, Information, Research and Support.
Holiday Explorers Inc
Holiday Explorers supports people with intellectual disability to have ‘MORE THAN A HOLIDAY’, through rewarding, fun, social and adventure-based activities.
With over 170 holidays each year, Holiday Explorers clients or ‘Tourists’, aged from 16 to 85 years young are supported in small groups by highly trained volunteers.Read more
JDRF Australia (South Australia)
JDRF is the leading global organisation funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF Australia is built on a grassroots mode of people connecting in their local communities, collaborating regionally for efficiency and broader fundraising impact, and uniting on an international stage to pool resources, passion and energy.Read more
Laurel Palliative Care Foundation Inc
The Laurel Palliative Care Foundation provides funds for essential services to patients at end-of-life, who use the services of Southern Adelaide Palliative Service (SAPS) both within Laurel Hospice and the community, above and beyond those traditionally funded by Government. This range of services including complementary care, art and pet therapy programs, volunteer networks and bereavement services. Additionally, the Foundation plays a key role through the development of high-level relationships and collaborations with research and education institutions in providing funds for palliative and end-of-life research and enhanced palliative care education.
Legacy Club of Adelaide
Legacy is a unique Australian voluntary charity, an organisation dedicated to enhancing the lives of ‘The Families’ of our Australian Defence Force Veterans, so that ‘the family’ of those who gave their life, or their health, as a result of serving our country, never suffer financial or social disadvantage.
Puddle Jumpers Inc
Puddle Jumpers Inc (PJs) is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to responding to the social development needs of society’s most vulnerable children and young people. Priority of our work is reserved for children who do not live with their birth parents. We believe all kids matter, and deserve the right to engage in happy and fun experiences in their life.Read more
Southern Cross Care
Southern Cross Care established it’s Community Foundation in February 2013 and in that time we have engaged and worked in partnership with organisations, businesses, community members and many of the loyal Southern Cross Care family to realise our fundraising goals.Read more
Special Olympics South Australia
Special Olympics believes in the power of sport to change lives.
For 26 years Special Olympics SA has been providing sporting pathways, leadership, health and welfare programs, and social connection for people loving with an Intellectual Debility.Read more
The Mary Potter Foundation
At The Mary Potter Foundation we believe that caring for people at the end of their lives is an honour and a privilege. When patients spend time in the Mary Potter Hospice they experience facilities and care which is comfortable, individual and meaningful. They are treated with compassion and love. This is Mary Potter Care and it is about living every day, every hour.Read more