Access Inc is an independent not for profit organization which works to help people with disability achieve their life goals. They do this running a range of innovative and cutting edge programs & activities designed to enrich the lives of its members and the community.
An association of Canadian women dedicated to the support of health, social welfare and educational programs in Israel, and to the enrichment of Jewish life in Canada.
CMRI conducts fundamental (meaning fundamentally important) medical and biological research which helps to create a future without serious childhood diseases.
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is driving the national research agenda for brain cancer. As the largest dedicated fundraiser for brain cancer research in Australia, the Foundation mobilises communities, advocates to government and raises awareness. Their mission is bold: to increase five-year survival to 50% within 10 years. Together through a co-ordinated effort between research, patients, government and community they believe they will succeed.
The Royal Children’s Hospital Education Institute is committed to providing a rich learning experience for children and young people so that their journey as learners continues in hospital. They aim to make the transition from hospital back to school or kindergarten as seamless as possible by keeping students connected to their regular learning environment and their peers.
Emanuel School is a thriving place of learning – a co-educational Jewish Day School. Students from Pre-school to Year 12 learn, play and flourish on our beautiful heritage-listed campus in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia
An exciting centre of Jewish activity. In all its innovative programs and activities, they hold fast to their main objective: to implant in the hearts of all who come through their doors, the joy, love and light of Judaism.
Kadimah School has been welcoming boys and girls from every community through its doors for 40 years. In 2011, Kadimah became a state-integrated school with a special Jewish character, putting its superior education within reach of every family in Auckland.
Connecting the Jewish community through sport
Macmillan’s ambition is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in the U.K and to inspire millions of others to do the same.
Mini-Mos, the longest running community event in Australia, is organized almost entirely by volunteers from Mosman Public School and is the major fundraising event each year for the school. However, the event has traditionally supported two charities in addition to the school. Starlight Children’s Foundation and Giant Steps are also beneficiaries of this wonderful community event.
Mount Sinai College strives to develop the full potential of every child – intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual, physical and creative – through child-centred learning experiences. The College is a modern Orthodox Jewish Day School from preschool to Year 6. Mount Sinai promotes a disciplined and collaborative teaching community. Blending the best of their Australian and Jewish heritage and fostering a love of Israel, their nurturing family environment seeks to instil social and ethical values in each child and to develop respect for self and others.
Mudgeeraba Special School is a state school for special students with a diagnosed intellectual impairment and secondary impairments including vision, hearing, physical and Autism disorders. The school prides itself on relationships as being the key to each child achieving our vision of “Happiness through Achievement”.
Provides social as well as educational activities and events for members, especially in the areas of Status of Women, Interfaith, and fund-raising for Israel and the local Jewish and wider Communities.
Founded in 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria is Australia’s oldest public art gallery. The purpose of the NGV Women’s Association (NGVWA) is to support the interests of the National Gallery of Victoria. This is largely through the funding of works of art for the collections held by the NGV and through a travel scholarship for NGV curators. The financial assistance to the NGV is fundamental to the Women’s Association’s purpose, however the NGVWA extends its role by bringing people into the NGV and by fostering a more general interest in the arts. Funds are raised through an annual program of interesting and entertaining events. Each event is designed to attract people from varied backgrounds and with different interests. Such events include lectures, seminars, visits to regional galleries, opportunities to study garden history and design and events of a more social character with an arts based theme.
ONE80TC is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 1977 to provide long-term residential treatment and rehabilitation services for young men (aged 18-35) wanting to overcome addiction and other life controlling issues.
Our Big Kitchen is a community run kitchen located in Bondi, Sydney. With support from volunteers, we prepare meals that are distributed to needy people from all walks of life.
OzHarvest is a non-denominational charity that rescues excess food which would otherwise be discarded. This excess food is distributed to charities supporting the vulnerable in Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide and Brisbane. OzHarvest was founded in Sydney, November 2004.
Through a continued commitment to excellence, innovation and compassion, Peter Mac has grown from humble beginnings with just a handful of staff in a one-room clinic, to over 2,500 staff at five sites across Victoria. In the words of Sir Peter MacCallum, ‘Nothing but the best is good enough for the treatment of cancer’. This sense of purpose and commitment to making life better for people with cancer, their families and carers, continues today at Peter Mac.
QJCS is an independent community base organisation for all members of the Jewish community. Its aim is the provision of welfare services for people in Queensland and Northern NSW. The needs of clients are the paramount factor in determining assistance.
The inaugural Shabbat Project weekend in Australia which was held over the weekend of 24-25 October 2014.
To shape a world in which people with special needs and their families experience acceptance, inclusion and friendship as contributing members of society. To meet the social and emotional needs of children with special needs. To ease the isolation often felt in families with children with special needs. To engage teens in the lives of young people with special needs. To create meaningful opportunities for young people with and without disability to be a part of and lead their communities.
The Sydney Jewish Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust so that these events will never be repeated.
The Sydney Story Factory is a not-for-profit creative writing centre for children. Volunteer tutors offer free help to tell stories of all kinds. Programs are targeted at disadvantaged children, especially those from indigenous and non-English speaking backgrounds, but are open to all. Sydney Story Factory programs are project-based, and every child walks away with a published piece of work.
The Wayside Chapel has provided unconditional love, care and support for people on and around the streets of Kings Cross since 1964. The Wayside Chapel draws people out of social isolation and invites them into the healing place of community. People marginalised by homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse can turn to Wayside for compassion, tolerance and support.
WIZO is an international movement dedicated to the advancement of the status of women, welfare of all sectors of Israeli society and encouragement of Jewish education in Israel and the Diaspora. WIZO enriches the lives of children and youngsters in Day Care centres and schools, provides a framework for youth in its network of youth clubs and one-on-one assistance for teenage girls in distress and victims of domestic violence. who obtain psychological counselling, rehabilitative care and legal assistance.
The Premier Jewish Women’s Organisation in South Africa that empowers women to identify with Israel through education and commitment to their beneficiaries.