Where the money goes
100% of all donations go to the causes we support.
We achieve this by aggressively minimising our costs and drawing on the generous support of volunteers and corporate sponsors.
To maximise your impact, we vet charities according to the most pressing needs of the non-profit sector and the principles of effective altruism.
Mums Supporting Families In Need (MSFIN)MSFIN’s main service is material aid support. They source quality secondhand nursery furniture items, clothing, linen and more for families in need.
YalariYalari identifies children who are doing well at school and gives them the opportunity to be educated at some of the best boarding schools throughout Australia. Through education, Yalari provides young Indigenous people with the ideas and skills to pursue their dreams.
Sustain Projects MyanmarSustain Projects Myanmar is an Australian charity undertaking valuable development work in Myanmar, including maternal and child healthcare, early education, medical training programs, and sustainable agricultural initiatives.
The Cova ProjectIn Africa, many girls and women miss about 50 days of school or work per year, due to a lack of menstrual products. The Cova Project provides menstrual cups to those most in need.
Cova has three active projects in Liberia, Malawi and Uganda, and is currently establishing a fourth project in Ghana.
Safe Pets Safe FamiliesResearch shows that women delay leaving violent relationships in fear of what will happen to their pets. Safe Pets Safe Families (SPSF) provides services to people and their pets who are facing crisis situations, especially domestic violence. SPSF removes the barrier to someone leaving a dangerous situation with pets, and reduces animals being surrendered and needlessly euthanised.
BETTER TimorBETTER is working to bring high quality education to vulnerable communities in East Timor. Its current operations focus on Cailaco, a remote town that is located 2.5 hours away from the nearest high school. BETTER's work in this area is bringing education to 75 additional students each year.
Droplets in a Stream Many children in Kenya and Uganda are living in slums, and at risk of child sacrifice by witch doctors. Others have been abandoned. Droplets in a Stream works with trusted leaders to give these children a future. They provide financial support and practical training to community leaders, facilitating projects for the long-term health, education and safety of local children.
Asylum Seeker Resource CentreThe ASRC aid and advocate for some of the world's most vulnerable people - those fleeing war and persecution - to rebuild their lives in Australia. Asylum seekers are subject to some of the worst impacts of the coronavirus pandemic - facing immense social isolation in addition to economic and health impacts. We are delighted to support the ASRC in its efforts to ensure the safety and health of new Australians.
Launch HousingA housing crisis is now the top reason people experience homelessness, followed by those who report domestic and family violence as a factor. Launch Housing offers emergency shelter, crisis accommodation, and specialist support so those at risk can secure a safe home.
Pollinate Between India and Nepal, over 280 million people are living in poverty, with less than $1.90 a day. Pollinate is empowering women as leaders of change, identifying and training local women entrepreneurs in disadvantaged communities. These entrepreneurs are distributing household products, such as solar lights and cooking appliances - improving health, and saving time and money for the world’s most neglected communities.
Holy FoolsHoly Fools is a local, independent, grassroots charity focusing on the Yarra Ranges (Victoria). Holy Fools offers hope to individuals and families experiencing disadvantage, homelessness, addiction, mental illness and isolation.
Project RespectProject Respect is working towards a world where women are free from trafficking, sexual exploitation, violence and harm. Project Respect provides support and referral services for women trafficked for sexual exploitation and women in the sex industry, including access to essential services.
Rett Syndrome AustraliaRett Syndrome is a severe genetic disorder affecting the brain development in children. The RSAA is a Melbourne-based organisation enhancing the quality of life for people living with Rett Syndrome, through research, advocacy, and community support.
Cambodian Children's TrustThe Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) is at the forefront of the care reform movement in Cambodia and setting the blueprint for community-led, preventative child protection.
SisterWorksSisterWorks brings women together in a safe space to learn, experience, share, support and grow through face to face and safe digital platform education and knowledge sharing. The Sisterworks Empowerment Hub has Four Pillars supported by an integrated program of social, design and business mentors.
To date, Sister Works have supported more than 492 women from 56 different countries. To increase the number of migrant and refugee women empowered to access opportunities in the workforce, SisterWorks is expanding its model into the Victorian regions of Dandenong, Bendigo and Carringbush.
Bali Children's FoundationBCF provide education programs for disadvantaged regions of Bali and nearby islands. Since 2002, they have helped 76 villages achieve better living standards for themselves, their families and broader communities.
Orange Sky AustraliaOrange Sky Australia is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness. In late 2014, two mates from Brisbane installed a couple of washing machines and dryers in the back of their old van and visited parks around Brisbane to wash and dry clothes for free.
Today, Orange Sky has 33 services across the country. It has since added shower services and remote vehicles. Most importantly, Orange Sky volunteers have engaged in 233,574 hours of conversations to date, helping to challenge the perception of homelessness and positively connect communities all around Australia.