The CrazySocks4Docs Trust Foundation was established to fulfil Geoff Toogood’s vision of breaking down the stigma around mental health issues in doctors and health professionals. CrazySocks4Docs is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission, and is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a deductible gift recipient. CrazySocks4Docs is governed by a well-qualified and experienced board of directors.
Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon campaign aims to raise awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as raise funds for prevention programs, support services and vital cancer research.
Purple Day is a global initiative dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness, dispelling myths, and increasing support to those affected.
Founded in 2008 by nine-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada, the Purple Day concept was born out of Cassidy’s own struggles with epilepsy, her motivation to get people talking about the condition, and her desire to let those impacted by seizures know that they are not alone.
R U OK? is a harm prevention charity that encourages people to stay connected and have conversations that can help others through difficult times in their lives.
The Jeans for Genes campaign raises awareness of the daily challenges faced by those living with a genetic disorder and raises money to fund projects that make a tangible difference to the lives of those affected.
Each year in Australia around 1,720 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In most cases the cancer will be diagnosed at an advanced stage, where it is very difficult to treat.
The Daffodil Day Appeal is Cancer Council’s most iconic and much-loved fundraising campaign. It’s a chance for Australians to come together and show their Flower Power; their ability to create change in the lives of people impacted by cancer, by funding cancer research.
Funds raised on Red Nose Day over the last 30 years have resulted in an incredible 85 per cent reduction in sudden infant deaths. That’s 11,357 babies saved and counting.
ONE80TC’s Residential Programs help men and women in their journey of recovery to break the cycle of drug and alcohol addictions and other life controlling issues. An opportunity to rebuild their lives with a positive attitude, responsibility and trust.
ONE80TC also provide an Aftercare Outreach Program provides individual weekly case management for those who wish to be held accountable to stay clean and sober as part of their recovery or detox journey and additionally a 24 hour Day Rehabilitation Program
The Providence Medical Group actively supports ONE80TC, a national leader that rescues young men & women to restore their lives and help rebuild families.
Coast Shelter is a leading not-for-profit organisation who provides homelessness services and support programs for the local community on the Central Coast. Our Providence Umina Practice supports their emergency Youth Cottage Accommodation.
Coast Shelter is a leading not-for-profit organisation providing specialist homelessness services and support programs on the NSW Central Coast.
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