We are proud to partner with some of Melbourne’s most dynamic and engaging charity partners.
Our families are exposed to a broad range of social issues and impact opportunities.
Our charity partners generously open their doors to us on a Sunday, providing our families with ‘behind the scenes’ access often closed to the public.
Access Inc. partners with young adults with disabilities to achieve goals in areas that are important to us all – education & employment, social connectedness, health & fitness and hobbies & passions through classes and activities.
C Care combats isolation and poverty in the Jewish community by reaching out to people who are not supported, who feel that they do not belong, and who are somehow ‘left behind’. They run community cook offs, meal deliveries, and other activities to connect members of our community.
Emmy Monash is an award winning Jewish aged care provider delivering independent living, residential aged care and respite services.
Helping Hoops run free, weekly basketball programs for over 1,000 disadvantaged & disabled children in Melbourne. Children that attend their clinics live on inner-city, high-rise public housing estates. Through their weekly sessions, HH builds self-esteem, aids social cohesion, instils discipline, develops goal setting and leadership skills, and promotes a healthy, active lifestyle.
impact is a completely volunteer charity committed to making a difference to Victorian women and children fleeing extreme violence at home.
Koala Kids is a volunteer driven organisation that provides small things that make a difference to the lives of children and young people (from birth to 25 years) undergoing cancer treatment and their families and staff who care for them in hospital.
The mission of Make A Wish is to grant the wishes of children and young people with life-threatening medical conditions to give them hope and joy.
Save a Child’s Heart is a humanitarian organization with a mission to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from developing countries who suffer from heart disease, and who cannot get adequate medical care in their home countries.
Share the Dignity is a women’s charity in Australia, that works to make a real, on-the-ground difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough. We distribute period products to women, girls, and anyone who menstruates who needs support. When someone is doing it tough, the last thing on their mind should be dealing with their period.
Smile on Seniors’s Art to Heart program allows school students and residents of seniors accommodation participate in activities together such as arts and crafts, baking, music and games.
NextGen Philanthropy aims to help the 731,000 Australian children living in poverty to participate in creative activities that most people take for granted, through Craft Hugs.
For children, it’s easier to talk about a picture than a feeling, helping gain insight into what’s going on for them internally.
Youth Projects provides health, outreach, community and employment, education and training services to individuals experiencing disadvantage, unemployment, homelessness and alcohol and other drug issues.
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