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Australian Rotary Health

Contact

Name: Jessica Cooper

Position: Media and Communications Manager

Email: admin@arh.org.au

Address

PO Box 3455

Parramatta

Sydney 2124

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Our Mission / Objective

“Supporting healthier minds, bodies and communities through research, awareness and education.”

Australian Rotary Health is Australia’s largest non-government funding body of mental illness research. They also fund research into a number of other health areas and provide scholarships to Indigenous and Rural health students.

Australian Rotary Health has  broad vision of health, aiming to raise donations and invest this money into Research Grants and Scholarships for worthy  health initiatives.  They are a catalyst for projects that improve the quality of life for people who are least able to assist themselves.

Projects in Progress

  • Mental Health Research including Depression, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Suicide, Homelessness and Anxiety.
  • Cancer Research including Bowel Cancer, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Children’s Cancer,
  • Heart Disease, Motor Neuron Disease and more.
  • Indigenous Health Scholarships, which provide annual support to an Indigenous University student, taking a health related course.
  • Rural Medical Scholarships, provide incentives for Doctors-in-training to take a year-long rural placement.
  • Rural Nursing Scholarships, provide incentives for Nurses-in-training to take a year-long rural placement.

Our People

CEO

Joy Gillett, Chief Executive Officer

Registration Information

ABN

52 006 119 964

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Making a will is important at any stage of your life. It ensures that when you pass away, your estate will be handled the way you planned. Furthermore, making a will ensures that your assets will go to the people you choose, giving you peace of mind that your affairs are in order.

Including a bequest in your will is also one of the easiest ways to continue supporting your community after your death. By bequeathing to your favourite charity you can also benefit from having access to your funds or property during your lifetime, resulting in less strain on you and your family.

Australian Rotary Health has worked with legal professionals who have offered  to assist you in the preparation of a will. Please contact our office for known legal professionals (link below).

Click Here To Learn More

General Donations

Your gift will help fund the latest research into mental and general health in Australia.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

“Supporting healthier minds, bodies and communities through research, awareness and education.”

Australian Rotary Health is Australia’s largest non-government funding body of mental illness research. They also fund research into a number of other health areas and provide scholarships to Indigenous and Rural health students.

Australian Rotary Health has  broad vision of health, aiming to raise donations and invest this money into Research Grants and Scholarships for worthy  health initiatives.  They are a catalyst for projects that improve the quality of life for people who are least able to assist themselves.

Projects in Progress

  • Mental Health Research including Depression, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Suicide, Homelessness and Anxiety.
  • Cancer Research including Bowel Cancer, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Children’s Cancer,
  • Heart Disease, Motor Neuron Disease and more.
  • Indigenous Health Scholarships, which provide annual support to an Indigenous University student, taking a health related course.
  • Rural Medical Scholarships, provide incentives for Doctors-in-training to take a year-long rural placement.
  • Rural Nursing Scholarships, provide incentives for Nurses-in-training to take a year-long rural placement.

Our People

CEO

Joy Gillett, Chief Executive Officer

Registration Information

ABN

52 006 119 964

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Making a will is important at any stage of your life. It ensures that when you pass away, your estate will be handled the way you planned. Furthermore, making a will ensures that your assets will go to the people you choose, giving you peace of mind that your affairs are in order.

Including a bequest in your will is also one of the easiest ways to continue supporting your community after your death. By bequeathing to your favourite charity you can also benefit from having access to your funds or property during your lifetime, resulting in less strain on you and your family.

Australian Rotary Health has worked with legal professionals who have offered  to assist you in the preparation of a will. Please contact our office for known legal professionals (link below).

Click Here To Learn More

General Donations

Your gift will help fund the latest research into mental and general health in Australia.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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