We want to empower Australians like you to feel part of our community committed to reduce the burden of disease so that more people in our community can live healthy and happy lives.
There are many chronic health conditions that contribute to the burden of disease in Australia. Some of the top health issues Australians face every day include stroke, mental health, breast cancer, lung cancer, bowel cancer and heart disease. From the beginning we knew we wanted to give back to health charities already working hard to support people in our community living with chronic disease and even harder to prevent it in the first place.
We look forward to supporting our charity partners and working with them to positively impact our community to live healthy and happy lives.
Red Dust Role Models is an Australian health promotion charity with over 20 years’ experience, focused on improving the health and wellbeing of Indigenous youth in remote communities.
Red Dust believes that good health is the key to a bright future and that health outcomes can only be made possible through a two-way exchange with communities.
Red Dust programs aim to raise awareness of the link between lifestyle choices and chronic disease with a focus on nutrition, hygiene, substance misuse and physical activity. Red Dust uses the influence of positive role models from the fields of sport and music to convey health and education messages to disadvantaged youth.
Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer in Australian women? One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 85.
Every breast cancer experience is different; a diagnosis can have a profound impact on a person and those around them. Having an informed and trusted support network is crucial for both the individuals and families going through breast cancer. That’s why the McGrath Foundation exists.
McGrath Breast Care Nurses help individuals (and their families) experiencing breast cancer by providing physical, psychological and emotional support.
Once thought of as an older person’s disease, bowel cancer doesn’t discriminate, affecting men and women, young and old.
Every week, 103 Australians lose their lives to bowel cancer. 1 in 13 Australians will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime.
Bowel Cancer Australia's vision is to have an everlasting impact on our health future - one where no Australian dies from bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.
Dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and care for everyone affected by bowel cancer, Bowel Cancer Australia proudly remains 100% community funded.