Small Steps 4 Hannah 

Small Steps 4 Hannah, through various projects, fundraising, events and partnerships will provide opportunities for the community to join with us in our mission to:
 
  • Educate the community about domestic and family violence and foster positive behavioural change and healthy relationships to put a HALT on the incidences of domestic and family violence in our community.
  • Advocate for legal and social change to put a HALT to domestic and family violence in our community.
  • Fund projects with aligned partnerships to deliver awareness, education, and support to HALT domestic and family violence in our community.
  • Support those in our community  who are living with domestic violence to put a HALT to their pain and end the cycle of domestic and family violence in our community.

 

 

 

Rural Aid 

Rural Aid provides critical support including water, fodder (hay), financial and counselling assistance to help farmers (primary producers) who endure drought, flood and fire.  Their counselling services and community programs also help to create more sustainable and resilient rural communities as they work towards stronger futures for all Australian farmers.

Established in 2015, following the highly successful Buy a Bale campaign, Rural Aid is committed to supporting and empowering rural communities to rebuild, repair and thrive both during and after natural disasters.  Rural Aid has become one of Australia's largest rural charities and is founded on the principles of compassion, hope, reverence and determination.

 

 

 

Australian Koala Foundation 

Conserving the Wild Koala and its Habitat, the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat.
 
Since its formation in 1986, and under the direction of AKF Chair Deborah Tabart OAM, the AKF has grown from a small group of people interested in researching koala disease, to a well-known, global organisation with a strong track record in strategic koala research, conservation and community education with a huge focus on mapping - their absolute strength.  Koala Map is now provided to the public free of charge.
 
The AKF is completely self-funded and does not receive funding from any level of Government, giving the AKF an incredibly free voice for the Koala and for the protection of its habitat.