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The Tapestry Foundation of Australia
Please join us this year for Give An Inch 2014. Your support will ensure that the pivotal role the Australian Tapestry Workshop plays in the promotion and production of the art of tapestry weaving continues to be one of global leadership and innovation.
The Tipping Foundation
You generosity will help The Tipping Foundation and Frankston Peninsula Carers to build a house for people with intellectual disabilities.
The Tree Project
We know that undertaking a revegetation project can be a huge job, and is usually left to rural landholders to do on their own.
The Trustee For A CURE Foundation
There is a gap in the scientific community -there are simply not enough funds to pursue new science and technologies in Australia. Our goal is to close that gap.
The Trustee for Bass Coast Community Foundation
The Bass Coast Community Foundation (BCCF) is a local charitable organisation, independent of religious or political persuasion.
The trustee for Chicks for Charity Foundation
Chicks for Charity was formed in 2008 by 13 women who wanted to make a difference to their communities, for people in need for various reasons...
The trustee for Hearts in Union Rugby Foundation Australia Trust
Hearts is a charity where ex-players and supporters can help those who've had extreme misfortune playing our game.
The Trustee for the 100 Women Public Ancillary Fund
100 Women is a giving circle, which enables everyday people to be involved in creating a world where all women and girls can live safely with access to health, education and economic freedom. We do this by combining donations and knowledge to provide impactful grants..
The Trustee for the Snowdome Foundation
Blood cancers - leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma- are the third leading cause of death from cancer in Australia...
The Uncle Project
In Australian towns and cities, as in numerous modern societies today, many families grow up estranged and many boys grow up un- or under-fathered. One parent families (almost always mothers) make up a quarter of all families in Byron Shire. This is nearly 10% higher than the NSW state average of 15% (source ABS 2001 Census and Byron Shire Social Plan 2004).