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Presbyterian Care Tasmania

Help to Enrich the Lives of Tasmanian Seniors

Presbyterian Care Tasmania provides a range of lifestyle, social and spiritual services to the elderly...

Presbyterian Social Services

Allowah Presbyterian Children's Hospital Appeal

Allowah cares for children and young people up to the age of 18 with physical and intellectual disabilities such as genetic or chromosomal disorders,..

Present Tense

Cultural Development in Australia

Present Tense strive to create new Australian performance works and want to cultivate a new generation of audience within Australia.

Preterm Infants Parents Association Inc (PIPA)

Preterm Infants - Supporting our Smallest Citizens Appeal

In Queensland over 5500 babies are born premature each year. Preterm birth is a serious problem which can cause great emotional and financial stress to parents.

Primary Ethics Limited

Ethics Future Trust

Creating a future for philosophical ethics classes.

Primary Ethics

Primary Ethics delivers philosophical ethics classes to Australian primary school children.

Princess Margaret Hospital for Children Foundation

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation

As the main fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH), PMH Foundation is driven by the belief that all children and adolescents deserve a healthy life.

Prison Fellowship Australia

Angel Tree

Angel Tree is designed to reach the innocent victims of crime who are often forgotten…..children of prisoners. Being separated from a parent at Christmas time is a painful experience. Angel Tree touches those children with the love of Christ at Christmas by providing them with special Christmas gifts...

Camp for Kids

Prison Fellowship Australia runs camps for children of inmates to help break the cycle of crime. Camps teach values through outdoor activities and positive leadership models. They learn new skills enabling them to make good life choices for their own future.


Many inmates who are released need help and support to get re-connected into the community. The greatest challenge is for those with no family, no accommodation and no employment options. Some just need a lift to the bus stop but others may need more structured longer term help.