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Aboriginal Women & Children's Crisis Service

The Service also provides support to Aboriginal women and children in the community through our various Aboriginal Women’s Outreach Services within the Inner West Region of Sydney to meet the needs of clients.
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Addi Road Food Pantry

Addi Road Food Pantry support people in need by putting healthy food on the table.
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Addison Road Centre Food Pantry

Addison Road’s Food Pantry a collective community that offers emergency food and groceries relief to people in need.
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Aussie Ark

Aussie Ark was established in 2011 as ‘Devil Ark’, with a focus on saving the iconic Tasmanian devil from extinction. Since then and due to overwhelming success, the role of the organisation has expanded, and now has vision of creating a long-term future for our threatened Australian species. Aussie Ark will secure wild sanctuaries to conserve our native wildlife, free from unnatural predation. Aussie Ark is an adaptive, innovative, private organisation, committed to changing the trajectory of declining species. Aussie Ark is an incorporated association, registered environmental organisation and charitable institution under the Australian Charity and Not-for-profit Commission.
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Australian Koala Foundation

The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the effective management and conservation of the Koala and its habitat. Our main goals are to refine and update the Koala Habitat Atlas mapping of all wild Koala habitat and to get the Koala Protection Act enacted to ensure Koalas and their habitat are protected.

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Australian Koala Foundation

The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the effective management and conservation of the Koala and its habitat. Our main goals are to refine and update the Koala Habitat Atlas mapping of all wild Koala habitat and to get the Koala Protection Act enacted to ensure Koalas and their habitat are protected.
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Australian Red Cross

Australian Red Cross mobilises the power of humanity to bring people and communities together in times of need.
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Australian Women Against Violence Alliance

AWAVA's focus is addressing all forms of violence against women, to 'ensure that all women and children are able to live free from all forms of violence and abuse'
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Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTAR)

Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTAR), is a national advocacy organisation dedicated to the rights for Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people. The non-government organisation is committed and active movement of Australians who work for First Nations rights and justice. Current campaign: VOICE TREATY TRUTH!
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Blue Mountains Conservation Society

Helps protect, conserve, and advocate for, the natural environment of the Greater Blue Mountains.
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Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative Ltd

Boomali works to support artists by seeking our opportunities for engagement and collaboration on commissions and project. These opportunities provide an entry point for emerging artists to advance and further develop their creative practice, and provide meaningful engagement for their partners and the wider community.
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Dignity

Dignity, empowering people who are experiencing homelessness.
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First Nations Response

A grassroots Aboriginal Women-led organisation that was founded in 2020 during covid lockdown to provide culturally appropriate support and urgent food relief.
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Fred Hollows Foundation Indigenous Australia Program

This program supports increased investment in and access to culturally appropriate eye care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

This is the fifth exhibition in an awareness and fundraising campaign series to support Frontline Action on Coal (FLAC) curated by intelligent animal in conjunction with Darlington Install Project (DIP) window Gallery.

Community members from around the country are undertaking frontline action to stop the construction of the Adani Carmichael Mine at Moray Downs, Queensland. These dedicated people are engaging in peaceful civil disobedience to show Adani and their supporters that the community will not let them build their Mine.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Hart Island Project

Hart Island – Potter’s Field was first used by the City of New York as a public cemetery in 1869 for the burial of people who died indigent or whose bodies were unclaimed after their death having been purchased by the Department of Charities and Correction for the purpose of setting up a workhouse for older boys from the House of Refuge on Randall’s Island.

Burials were carried out by inmates of neighbouring Blackwell’s Island and Riker’s Island penitentiaries until the COVID-19 pandemic ended the use of inmate labour on April 3 2020. The 131-acre uninhabited island was intermittently used as a prison and homeless shelter until 1967 and is the only public cemetery in New York City. Prior to the use of Hart Island as a burial ground it had been a site where potters collected high quality, deeply red clay for the production of ceramics.

As of May 15th 2021 people with close ties to those buried on the island are once again able to visit. The Hart Island Project COVID-19 Initiative is an attempt to help the larger community to locate the grave sites of people they know and support the families and friends of people buried in City Cemetery. Through engaged story telling the project hopes to enlarge the meaning of this landscape and to make it an inclusive rather than shameful resting place. A public charity incorporated in 2011 the project maintains an on-line database which is the foundation for a system of storytelling and visualisation called the Traveling Cloud Museum in an attempt to preserve the histories of those buried for present and future generations.
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Help Ukrainians to Sydney donation program

The Ukrainian Council of NSW has partnered with BeKindSydney to launch the Help Ukrainians to Sydney donation program. https://ukrainian-helping-hand-project.raisely.com
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Imaging Water Sustainability Projects

Exploring subliminal ways that art can raise awareness of our most precious resource and mitigate climate change. Bernadette, will paste-ups, posters and projections of water imagery in public places with included links to information and environmental groups focusing on current native issues and threatened native species habitats.
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IndigiGrow

IndigiGrow is a social enterprise from First Hand Solutions Aboriginal Corporation. It sustains people, land and culture through the propagation of native plants, including bush foods and the critically endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub (ESBS). IndigiGrow is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated and employs 7 Aboriginal apprentices.
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Koori Kitchen Lismore

Tribal Warrior Aboriginal Corporation, Redfern
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Maggie's Rescue

Maggie’s Rescue exists to create a world where no animal is in need of rescue. Operating since 2011 in Marrickville, the cooperative of volunteer foster carers and passionate animal advocates, work together to achieve this shared vision.
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Monika’s Doggie Rescue

Monika’s Doggie Rescue (in memory of Reith)
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North Coast Environmental Council Inc.

The primary objective of the NEC is to promote the cause of conservation and work for better conservation of the North Coast of NSW. A major project is the preservation of koala habitats.
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Palastine Support Network Australia

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Perennial Wellbeing Centre

Perinatal Wellbeing Centre is a community based non-government organisation providing support to families in the Australian Capital Territory. Primarily funded by ACT Health, Perinatal Wellbeing Centre has met the requirements under the Mental Health Services Program with Quality Innovation Performance (QIP), assessed against the applicable National Standards for Mental Health Services.
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Refugee Art Project

The Refugee Art Project was conceived among a collective of academics and artists, united by a concern for the plight of refugees to Australia and the people seeking asylum who wait in Australian detention centres.

Refugee Art Project seeks to support people seeking asylum and refugees through the facilitation of art workshops and to convey their voices and artistic productions to the Australian public.
Refugee Art Project wishes to throw a light on the trials and hardships faced by refugees in general and within the detention environment in particular. Its work features powerful examples of ‘outsider art’, which people seeking asylum are in a political sense, and also has an educational role.
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Refugee Art Project

The Refugee Art Project was conceived among a collective of academics and artists, united by a concern for the plight of refugees to Australia and the people seeking asylum who wait in Australian detention centres.

Refugee Art Project seeks to support people seeking asylum and refugees through the facilitation of art workshops and to convey their voices and artistic productions to the Australian public.
Refugee Art Project wishes to throw a light on the trials and hardships faced by refugees in general and within the detention environment in particular. Its work features powerful examples of ‘outsider art’, which people seeking asylum are in a political sense, and also has an educational role.
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Refugee Family stranded in Indonesia

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Sanctuary Housing

Sanctuary Housing is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide shelter, emotional and physical support for women operating in Redfern. They aim to inform and empower women to make active decisions about their lives and encourage them to seek alternatives.
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Sanctuary Housing

Sanctuary Housing is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide shelter, emotional and physical support for women operating in Redfern. They aim to inform and empower women to make active decisions about their lives and encourage them to seek alternatives.
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Scenes of Sydney

Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC), is one of the world’s largest conservation organisations, delivering and influencing effective conservation.
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Sea Shepherd

Sea Shepherd’s mission to defend, conserve, and protect our oceans around the world has brought us to the new front line in marine conservation: the fight against illegal fishing in Africa.
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Support Act

Support Act is Australia’s only charity delivering crisis relief service to artists, artist manager’s crew and music workers as a result of ill health, injury, a mental health problem, or some other crisis that impacts on their ability to work in music.
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Sydney Dingo Rescue

Sydney Dingo Rescue are a New South Wales based charity and foster care network. As well as working to assist captive born dingoes (ex-pets) to find new homes, Sydney Dingo Rescue also exists to advocate for, and assist wild-born dingoes who are unfairly targeted, and killed in their thousands by the Australian Government.
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THE HUB for refugees on the Greek island of Kos

Located in Kos town, The Hub aims to support displaced people through their initial stages in Greece. Our primary focus is to cover gaps in the basic needs of refugees and to support them with their integration, as this is crucial for their long-term well-being.

As it stands, the basic needs of refugees are not being met and they face numerous obstacles throughout their early stages in the country. For example, there is a considerable lack of hygiene items provided inside the camp, so we work to supplement this. Additionally, once granted asylum, people are expelled from the camp and no longer receive governmental aid to cover their fundamental requirements. People self-accommodate where possible, though some experience homelessness as high levels of tourism on Kos make affordable accommodation extremely difficult to find. These conditions mean that many people experience demotivation, social exclusion, and a decline in mental health. To prevent this, our Hub offers a diverse array of support and a friendly space to spend the day.

Despite Kos being the second-largest entry point for refugees in the Greek islands, we are currently the only organisation on the island addressing basic needs outside of the closed and controlled camp. This makes what we do crucial, and we currently reach approximately 1800 people per month.
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The Butterfly Foundation

Butterfly Foundation is the national charity for all Australians impacted by eating disorders and body image issues, and for the families, friends and communities who support them.
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The Nature Conservancy of Australia

Recommended by David Brooks as there are low administrative fees applied to donations received.
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The Winsome and Lismore Soup Kitchen

The Winsome and Lismore Soup kitchen Inc. comprise volunteers some of whom have been associated with the Lismore Soup Kitchen for twenty years. People from all walks of life, cultures, and careers come to serve the marginalised and homeless people of the Lismore area by giving of their time, resources, and commitment as a volunteer with the Lismore Soup Kitchen.
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Women & Girls' Emergency Centre (WAGEC)

WAGEC is a feminist, grassroots organisation that supports women and families in crisis and advocates for social change in the community. They are based in Redfern, Sydney and are a registered charity of the ACNC.

Every night, they support 200 women and children impacted by homelessness, domestic violence and systemic disadvantage, by providing material aid, case management, bio-psycho-social support, accommodation, and crisis responses. Equally they seek to address the underlying causes of gender-based violence through primary prevention activities with communities and private and public entities that want to be a part of the global movement to end gender based violence in a generation.
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Women & Girls’ Emergency Centre

WAGEC is a feminist, grassroots organisation that supports women and families in crisis and advocates for social change in the community. They are based in Redfern, Sydney and are a registered charity of the ACNC.
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