Gift table

Donor
Recipient
Date
Amount
Melbourne Medical School at the University of Melbourne
Royal Women's Hospital
September 1, 2019
$800,000

For The Gandel Simulation Education Service, a state-of-the-art program that focuses on real-life clinical complexity, the patient journey and clinician responses.

National Health and Medical Research Council
La Trobe University
September 1, 2019
$6 million

To investigate cancer treatment and mechanisms of cell death.

Omnicom Media Group
The Pyjama Foundation
September 1, 2019
$19,000

To mentor children in foster care with learning, life skills and confidence in order to change the direction of their life path.

Bowness Family Foundation
The University of Queensland
September 1, 2019
$1 million

To support research into aphasia – a language and communication disorder that occurs in one-third of all strokes and affects about 120,000 Australians.

Gandel Philanthropy
Royal Women's Hospital
September 1, 2019
$1.6 million

For The Gandel Simulation Education Service, a state-of-the-art program that focuses on real-life clinical complexity, the patient journey and clinician responses.

St George Foundation
Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW
August 1, 2019
$575,204

An Inspire Grant to fund a program to give young people the opportunity to explore their strengths, participate in experiential learning activities and develop emotional intelligence skills preparing them for school re-engagement.

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) in partnership with The Sally Foundation, Findex Community Fund, David Mactaggart Foundation, Rural Affinity and private donors
17 communities located across Australia, including Mullumbimby in New South Wales, Longford in Tasmania, Lockington in Victoria, Normanton in Queensland, and Karratha in Western Australia.
August 1, 2019
$135,516

To pilot one of seven innovative ideas, thanks to the FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants program.

Thematically, they range from entrepreneurialism, mental health, agricultural education, connectedness, life skills, and reducing stigma around mental health.

icare Foundation
Eight organisations that support injured workers overcome complex personal and social barriers to return to work
August 1, 2019
$5 million

For evidence-based, innovative approaches that could be adapted for worker’s insurance to deliver real benefits for injured workers, employers and the people of NSW.

The Mason Foundation
La Trobe University, Emerge Australia and Australian Red Cross Blood Service
August 1, 2019
$1 million

To fund a five-year project to help medical researchers find solutions to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or ME/CFS), a debilitating and little understood condition.

Greater Charitable Foundation
Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern NSW; The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation; KidsXpress; Clontarf Foundation; Cerebral Palsy Alliance; Youth Off The Streets
August 1, 2019
Between $33,000 and $260,000 each

To deliver crucial services to those in need across the Hunter, North Coast, Northern Rivers, Central Coast, Illawarra, Central West, Riverina and New England.

X

Already a subscriber? LOGIN HERE

F&P brings you all the latest in fundraising including case studies, best practice, strategy, trends and benchmarks, thought leadership & industry insights.

PRINT & DIGITAL OPTIONS

subscribe now

  • Latest print and digital magazine edition delivered to your door, computer, tablet and mobile
  • Multi-user subscription packages at a nice price so all your staff can enjoy F&P
  • Online access to all our archived magazine articles
  • Fortnightly enewsletter
  • 20% discount off F&P conferences (save hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars a year)