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The Asthma Foundation WA offers support services and education for people and their carers who have asthma.

Website:
Address:
36 Ord Street, West Perth WA
Email
Phone:
08 9289 3600
Fax:
08 9289 3601
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We have many well established networks with organisations and professionals across the sector. This enables us to lead and participate in integrated service delivery and help our clients navigate the service system to ensure that they receive the full range of support required. We also have strong connections with our diverse financial partners, whose ongoing contributions and support are so vital. All our relationships are based on mutual trust and transparency, and a shared commitment to the people and communities we support.

Website:
Address:
Level 1, 188 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9339 8000
Fax:
02 9360 2319
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The Smith Family is a national, independent children's charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves. The Smith Family believes that education is the key to changing lives. As research has shown, supporting a child's education is one of the most effective ways of breaking the cycle of disadvantage and ensuring they can access the same learning opportunities as their peers. Donation Hotline: 1800 024 069

Website:
Address:
Level 9, 117 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9085 7222
Fax:
02 9085 7299
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The Animal Welfare League of Qld takes care of approximately 10,000 strayed and abandoned animals annually from South East Queensland. The AWLQ receives no Government funding for welfare work, relying predominantly on the community for support. The AWLQ specialises in the care, shelter, and re-homing of cats and dogs. Since 1959, the AWLQ has opened its doors and hearts to all companion animals in need. As well as providing on-site care at its’ three Re-homing Centre’s (Gold Coast, Beenleigh and Ipswich), the AWLQ has a fostering and rehabilitation program that is second to none.

Website:
Address:
PO Box 3253, Helensvale Town Centre QLD
Email
Phone:
07 5509 9000
Fax:
0755940131
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For over 120 years Barnardos has been at the forefront of child welfare service provision and has embraced a tradition of innovation and holistic approach in our quest to find real, permanent solutions for Australian children in desperate need. Barnardos builds relationships between children, young people, their families and the community. We advocate for children and young people and contribute to community knowledge about the issues that impact on society as a whole. By supporting the work of Barnardos you can create new dreams and outcomes to offer the adults of tomorrow a future free from neglect.

Website:
Address:
60-64 Bay Street, Ultimo NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9218 2300
Fax:
02 9281 0441
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Brain Injury Australia is the peak acquired brain injury (ABI) advocacy body representing, through its State and Territory Member Organisations, the needs of people with an acquired brain injury, their families and carers. It works at a national level to ensure that all people living with acquired brain injury have access to the supports and resources they need to optimise their social and economic participation in the community. Acquired brain injury - or "ABI" - refers to any damage to the brain that occurs after birth. That damage can be caused by an accident or trauma, by a stroke, a brain infection, by alcohol or other drugs or by diseases of the brain like Parkinson's disease. Brain Injury is common. Over 500,000 Australians have an acquired brain injury. Three out every four of them are aged under 65. As many as two out of every three of these people acquired their brain injury before they turned 25. Three out of every four people with acquired brain injury are men.

Website:
Address:
257 Morrison Rd, Ryde NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9808 9390
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The Brotherhood works not just to alleviate poverty but to prevent it. We focus on people who are at risk at four critical stages (transitions) in their lives. We undertake research, service development and delivery, and advocacy, with the objective of addressing unmet needs and translating our learning into new policies, programs and practices for implementation by government and others. Through Brotherhood businesses, we provide employment opportunities and raise funds for our other programs. We aim to have a national voice on poverty and disadvantage. We believe that tackling poverty effectively requires the integration of social and economic policy, so that all Australians have the capacity and the resources to lead rewarding lives. We want to demonstrate how economic efficiency and social fairness can reinforce each other and lay the foundations for a new social safety net based on economic participation and opportunities. Our current areas of policy focus include social inclusion, equity and climate change, a fairer tax system and financial inclusion.

Website:
Address:
67 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC
Email
Phone:
03 9483 1183
Fax:
03 9417 2691
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The Blind Welfare Association is a not for profit, non government organisation providing a range of services to blind or vision impaired persons in South Australia. Founded in 1937, the Blind Welfare Association is a member based organisation and the only blindness organisation in South Australia owned and operated by blind people for blind people. Currently the Blind Welfare Association has over five hundred members who through the Association can access a wide range of services to suit their individual needs, as outlined in our website. The Association also assists in linking its members to, and coordinating services from, other organisations and agencies. The Blind Welfare Association’s focus is to promote and assist our members in maintaining their independence and individual lifestyles. The Blind Welfare Association improves blind people’s lives through advocacy, education, transport, financial assistance, accommodation, social support and many other programs that support member’s dignity, independence and quality of life.

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Address:
1 Cameron Avenue Gilles Plains, Greenacres SA
Email
Phone:
08 8367 6088
Fax:
08 8369 0063
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Our Vision - All children have a good childhood, growing up feeling safe, nurtured and with hope for the future. Our focus; We know that a good childhood is the foundation for a healthy society and that whilst parents have the primary responsibility to provide their children with a good childhood, they cannot do this alone. All children have the same rights and fundamental need for safety, stability, love and support. The trauma experienced by the children and young people with whom we work adds complexity to meeting their needs, but we know it can be done and we never give up.

Website:
Address:
1 Salisbury Street, Richmond Vic
Email
Phone:
03 9429 9266
Fax:
03 9429 5160
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We’re Australia’s first charity. We’re a not-for-profit and non-religious organisation and we’ve helped people, families and communities achieve positive change for 200 years. From playgroups and parenting education to family counselling and household budgeting – we can help you build strong family relationships and be the best mum and dad you can be. For 200 years we have worked in partnership with other organisations to improve the wellbeing of children, young people, families and older Australians, especially in disadvantaged communities. We also provide training, coaching, mentoring and consultancy services to practitioners and organisations. We believe that working with others will deliver a greater social impact for children.

Website:
Address:
Level 1 188 Oxford Street, Paddington, NSW
Email
Phone:
02 8262 3400
Fax:
02 9360 2319
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Christian Brothers' Foundation Overseas Aid

The Christian Brothers' Foundation Overseas Aid provides development assistance to the disadvantaged communities in the developing world in Africa, Asia and Oceania.

Address:
126 The Avenue, Parkville VIC
Phone:
03 8359 0114
Fax:
03 8359 0137
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Foodbank Victoria is an independent not for profit organisation that aims to deliver nutritious, healthy food to individuals and families experiencing hardship. With more than 80 years experience, Foodbank Victoria, is the state’s oldest and largest food relief organisation. It sources and distributes donated food and provides emergency relief to Victorians through a network of more than 450 community organisations, including welfare agencies, schools and local resource centres.

Website:
Address:
Unit 4, 2 Sommerville Rd, Yarraville VIC
Phone:
03 9362 8320
Fax:
03 9362 8301
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Youth Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for young people aged 12-21 who are facing challenges of homelessness, drug and alcohol dependency, exclusion from school, neglect and abuse. We support these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal traumas such as neglect and physical, psychological and emotional abuse. Our 25 services include crisis accommodation, alcohol and other drug services, counselling, accredited high schools, outreach, residential programs and a mentoring program. Volunteers support us every step of the way.

Website:
Address:
133 O'Riordan Street, Mascot NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9330 3500
Fax:
02 9693 1599
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