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Friends of Kolkata
Friends of Kolkata is a Melbourne-based, not-for-profit organisation that is committed to fundraising and awareness-raising activities on...
AIDS Council of SA
To provide additional funding for the programs of the AIDS Council, and to provide financial assistance to people living with and/or affecte...
Friends of Amani Australia
Amani Children's Home is dedicated to the protection of Tanzania's most vulnerable population: street children and AIDS orphans.
GreyhoundAngels of WA
GreyhoundAngels of WA are an animal welfare charity dedicated to rehoming
ex-racing Greyhounds. Last year they re-homed over 50 greyhounds to loving
Brotherhood of St Laurence
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has cared for Australia's most disadvantaged people, from young children to aged members of our community, for more than 80 years. From our humble beginnings in Fitzroy, Victoria, our programs now reach across Australia helping to build better lives.
Tenants' Union of NSW
The Tenants' Union of NSW has been defending tenants' rights for over 40 years.We have achieved major improvements in tenancy law. There is more to do.
Hands of Gaia
We are a pagan charity providing community-based assistance during hard
times and religious support and encouragement to those who hold a pagan
Camerata of St John's Inc
Camerata of St John's is Queensland's Chamber Orchestra, an outstanding ensemble offering local employment, performace and professional development to its members...
Humane Society International Inc
In July 2013 Humane Society International´s (HSI) project partner Wildlife SOS learned of an elephant named Raju. Raju has lived the first 50 years of his life in chains, with very little to eat. Little is known about Raju´s early years other than he was poached as a young calf and sold repeatedly for the first 24 years of his life, being traded as a commodity every two years of his life.
Rotary Club of Melbourne South Inc
World of Difference (WOD) is a project of the Rotary Club of Melbourne South. WOD tours visit communities in need of help as well as communities that have been helped by Rotary and other organisations.