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Challenge yourself as part of Team Bandaged Bear and make an immediate difference to the lives of sick children and their families at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Help us provide the best care, research and support in a positive and healing environment by getting active for a great cause.

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s leading service provider for autism. Working with more than 10,000 people with a disability every year, our aim is to provide the best opportunities for people with autism or other disabilities.

Cure Cancer Australia leads the way in funding Australia's brightest emerging researchers working across all types of cancers. We fund the research stars of tomorrow who are fearless in their pursuit of innovation and the development of ground-breaking ideas to find a cure.


The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation ( ACCF) is a young charity with a big vision: to eliminate cervical cancer.

Fundraising for Barwon Health allows our hospital and community health centres to be the most renowned facilities available. Your help will ensure the most modern and innovative facilities are available to your family and friends. Barwon Health Foundation is the fundraising arm of Barwon Health.


The Kathmandu Summit Club community is a group of people who love the outdoors. They believe the world is an invitation and they are passionate about exploring their own boundaries, wherever in the world that journey takes them.

The Bibbulmun Track Foundation is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation established to provide support for the management, maintenance and marketing of the Bibbulmun Track.

The Agra Bear Rescue Facility is the world’s biggest bear sanctuary, currently home to over 200 rescued Sloth bears. For hundreds of years Sloth bears were stolen from the wild as cubs, beaten into submission and forced to dance for the entertainment of crowds.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is a non-profit aid organization based in Australia founded in 1992 by eye surgeon Fred Hollows. The Foundation focuses on treating and preventing blindness and other vision problems.

Inala provides access to a great variety of individualised programs that recognise the abilities and support the aspirations and development of each person, providing opportunities for all-round personal growth, skills development, self-esteem and independence. 


Reach supports young people to get the most out of life. We aim to improve the wellbeing of young people so they can be healthy and resilient to meet life's challenges, and fulfil their potential.

Alzheimer’s Australia Vic is the state’s charity and peak body for dementia and related services. We provide education, support, advocacy and information for people living with all forms of dementia, their families, carers and health professionals.

Relief in times of crisis, care when it's needed most and commitment when others turn away. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.

SeeBeyondBorders provides Cambodian children with access to quality teaching and learning at school. Our objective is to have more children complete their primary education and progress to lower secondary school.

Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation raises funds and awareness for the work of renowned Australian obstetrician Dr Catherine Hamlin and her team at the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital, its five regional hospitals and Hamlin College of Midwives.

Very Special Kids cares for children with life-threatening conditions by providing a children’s hospice and professional support services to families. They help more than 900 families across Victoria with ongoing support that starts from the diagnosis of a child’s condition all the way through to discharge or bereavement. All services are provided free-of-charge.  

Australia for UNHCR raises funds to support the work of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Australia. Our purpose is to provide life-changing humanitarian support to refugees and other displaced and stateless people who come under the care and protection of the UN Refugee Agency.


Save the Children is one of Australia's largest aid and development agencies dedicated to helping children. They work hard to protect children from harm and help them access quality education and health services.


Epilepsy is a seizure disorder that can affect anyone at any time. It is estimated that over 800,000 Australian’s will be diagnosed at some stage in life. Epilepsy Action delivers innovative services that increase awareness, understanding, knowledge and skills to assist people with epilepsy to optimise their life outcomes.


Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation is the official fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH), providing the hospital with vital medical equipment and specialist services, as well as implementing capital projects. 


Under the banner of love over hate, The Wayside Chapel strives to create a community where there is no ‘us and them’ by breaking down the barriers of judgment and providing a safe place where people from all walks of life are welcome just to ‘be’. 

Legacy provides services to dependants of veterans who gave their life or health, currently supporting around 80,000 widows and 1,800 children and dependants with a disability. Legacy grew from the ashes of World War I when a group of returned servicemen banded together and took up a ‘legacy of care’ for the welfare of the widows and children of their many comrades who were killed during the war, or died subsequently. 

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the world’s largest charitable supporter of type 1 diabetes research. JDRF was founded in 1970 in the US and 1982 in Australia by a group of determined volunteers.

The Australian Himalayan Foundation is working to help the people of the Himalaya through improvements in education, health and conservation.

More than one billion people around the world live in poverty and struggle every day just to survive. For six decades, World Vision has worked with disadvantaged communities at a grassroots level to fight poverty and injustice.

Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) provides national leadership for the suicide prevention sector in Australia. SPA works collaboratively to develop a community that knows how to ask for help and how to give help.

Variety, the Children’s Charity is dedicated to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn.


Books in Homes Australia provides books-of-choice to families and children living in remote and low socioeconomic circumstances, ensuring crucial early literacy engagement and the development of reading skills needed for lifelong success.

The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a not-for-profit organisation, supporting orangutan conservation, rainforest protection and reintroduction of orphans in order to save the species from extinction.

R U OK?’s mission is to encourage and empower all people to regularly and meaningfully ask “are you ok?” to support those struggling with life.

Act for Kids is an Australian charity providing free therapy and support services to children and families who have experienced, or are at risk of child abuse and neglect. We have helped thousands of children and families for over 28 years.

The Hunger Project empowers women and men living in rural villages in Africa, India, Bangladesh and Latin America to end their own hunger. We reach more than 18 million people who are transforming themselves, their families and their communities, and are bringing about the end of hunger.

The GI Cancer Institute saves lives by funding gastro-intestinal (GI) cancer clinical trials research in Australia. GI cancers include the oesophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas and bowel. GI Cancers are the most common form of cancer, affecting more than 24,000 Australians each year and claiming a devastating 33 lives a day. The research that we fund enables Australians with GI cancer to receive the best medical treatment.

Redefined Ministries International DRC (Redefined) is a registered organisation located in Mahagi Territory, in the north east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Here, they are working with locals to rebuild lives and communities after the damage caused by war. In Australia, we come under Australian Mercy.

The Kids’ Cancer Project is an Australian charity with one single mission: To find a cure for childhood cancer.

Child Wise is dedicated to protecting children from abuse and exploitation in Australia and abroad.

The Barbara May Foundation (BMF) was established in 2009 to honour Barbara May Browning and the values she stood for by supporting the work of her daughter Valerie Browning AM, and her grandson Dr Andrew Browning, in providing a network of sustainable maternal healthcare in developing countries in Africa.

The funds we raise are used to assist more young people, in particular those who are marginalised or at risk, to undertake The Award. This can change the course of a young person’s life.

Established in 1967 by a group of local residents living with diabetes, parents of children with diabetes and their doctors and nurses, Diabetes ACT is one of Canberra’s oldest charity organisations. The aim was to raise awareness of diabetes and the challenges people living with the condition face every day.

The Schizophrenia Research Institute is the only national medical research institute solely dedicated to discovering the ways to prevent and cure schizophrenia.One in 100 young Australians have or will develop schizophrenia.

Special Olympics is a worldwide movement that inspires people with an intellectual disability to reach their personal best through regular sport and competition.

OzHarvest is Australia's leading food rescue charity. We collect quality surplus food, distribute it to people in need and divert food waste from landfill.

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia was formed in Sydney in 1996. The Foundation’s vision is now defined as being a national organisation acting to reduce the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men, their families and the community. 

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