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CARE Australia

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Name: Anna Gigliotti

Website: http://www.careaustralia.org.au

Address

8/406 Collins Street

Melbourne Melbourne 3000

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Our Mission / Objective

CARE is a leader within the global movement dedicated to ending poverty. We have become known through our 70 years of helping people for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of all people.

Our mission

CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.

Our vision

We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security.

 

Our Services

CARE is an international humanitarian aid organisation that works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. Our programs reach over 65 million people in 93 countries across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. CARE provides life saving support during emergencies including typhoons, earthquakes and refugee crisis.  87 cents in every dollar spent goes to our programs.

Our Beneficiaries

Women and girls bear the brunt of poverty.

Too often girls miss out on school and women face violence. Many women all over the world don’t have secure, paid jobs, and die needlessly during pregnancy and childbirth. Forced early marriages and a general social attitude against women make them vulnerable to injustice.

Women everywhere bear an unfair share of household work. Women also don’t have access to important skills that could help them play a role in freeing communities from poverty.

We want to create a world more equal for women and girls. Your support will go to countries where women don’t have equal opportunities.

 

Projects in Progress

Poverty cannot be overcome until everyone has equal
rights and opportunities. That’s why our programs focus
on supporting women and girls, as well as men and boys.
CARE is building a more equal world for everyone
by providing:

  • Education for girls as well as boys
  • Training for women and men in vocational and life skills
    such as literacy and financial management
  • Access to health services and understanding of
    reproductive health, HIV prevention and maternal care
  • Discussions with men and women around their roles
    in the community
  • Access to assets like agricultural equipment, livestock
    and credit so women can earn a living
  • Education for women about their legal rights and working
    with employers to ensure women’s rights are respected.
  • Helping women and their families prepare for natural disasters to help save lives, crops and livlihoods from the impact of disasters like cyclones, earthquakes and floods. 

Our People

CEO

Ms Sally Moyle, CEO

Leadership Team

Emma Tiaree, Principal Executive – International Programs
Robert Yallop, Principal Executive International Operations
Howard Ralley, Chief Fundraising & Engagement Officer
Louise Gray, Principal Executive Corporate Services

 

 

Names of Board Members

Board Chair- Colin Galbraith, AM – Director since 2004

Vice Chair- Peter Debnam – Director since 2013

Dr Megan Clark, AC – Director since 2015

David Feetham – Director since 2013

Allan Griffiths – Director since 2008

Professor Stephen Howes – Director since 2012

Danielle Keighery – Director since 2015

Larke Riemer AO – Director since 2015

Joseph Tesvic – Director since 2016

Marcus Laithwaite – Director since 2017

Paula Benson – Director since 2018

Louise Watson – Director since 2008

 

 

 

 

Number of Employees

76

Number of Volunteers

21

Registration Information

ABN

46 003 380 890.

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Create a lasting legacy

Leaving a bequest or gift in your Will to CARE is one of the most valuable gifts you can give.

Your gift will help send girls to school, help families receive life-saving health care, and help whole communities to overcome poverty. A gift that lasts beyond any lifetime, you will help women and girls in poor communities to break the cycle of poverty, forever.

For more information about leaving a Gift to CARE in your Will, please email donorsupport@care.org.au or call 1800 020 046.

 
 

General Donations

Your donation will help save lives, fight poverty and create a more equal world for everyone.

It could send a girl to school, help a woman start a small business, help families recover when emergency strikes or help install village water systems.

Donate online now at https://www.care.org.au/donate/ or call 1800 020 046.

Other support

Become a partner

Partnerships are vital to helping us create sustained, long-term changes in many of the world’s poorest communities.

Our partners – whether they be corporate partners, individual donors or trusts and foundations – help us to increase our impact and harness unique skills, knowledge and opportunities in the fight against poverty and social injustice.

If you would like to make a large, generous gift to CARE, you can join our Lead with CARE program and gain exclusive benefits for your commitment. 

Email the partnerships team at partnerships@care.org.au for further information. 

Work with us

CARE Australia’s staff are committed to improving the lives of poor communities, bringing compassion and experience to CARE’s work in developing countries.

In 2017/18, 94 per cent of staff were local citizens of the countries in which we work, reflecting our commitment to empower local people and ensure lasting impact.

For current vacancies or to register your interest to work for CARE, please visit https://www.care.org.au/careers/ 

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

CARE is a leader within the global movement dedicated to ending poverty. We have become known through our 70 years of helping people for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of all people.

Our mission

CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.

Our vision

We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security.

 

Our Services

CARE is an international humanitarian aid organisation that works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. Our programs reach over 65 million people in 93 countries across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. CARE provides life saving support during emergencies including typhoons, earthquakes and refugee crisis.  87 cents in every dollar spent goes to our programs.

Our Beneficiaries

Women and girls bear the brunt of poverty.

Too often girls miss out on school and women face violence. Many women all over the world don’t have secure, paid jobs, and die needlessly during pregnancy and childbirth. Forced early marriages and a general social attitude against women make them vulnerable to injustice.

Women everywhere bear an unfair share of household work. Women also don’t have access to important skills that could help them play a role in freeing communities from poverty.

We want to create a world more equal for women and girls. Your support will go to countries where women don’t have equal opportunities.

 

Projects in Progress

Poverty cannot be overcome until everyone has equal
rights and opportunities. That’s why our programs focus
on supporting women and girls, as well as men and boys.
CARE is building a more equal world for everyone
by providing:

  • Education for girls as well as boys
  • Training for women and men in vocational and life skills
    such as literacy and financial management
  • Access to health services and understanding of
    reproductive health, HIV prevention and maternal care
  • Discussions with men and women around their roles
    in the community
  • Access to assets like agricultural equipment, livestock
    and credit so women can earn a living
  • Education for women about their legal rights and working
    with employers to ensure women’s rights are respected.
  • Helping women and their families prepare for natural disasters to help save lives, crops and livlihoods from the impact of disasters like cyclones, earthquakes and floods. 

Our People

CEO

Ms Sally Moyle, CEO

Leadership Team

Emma Tiaree, Principal Executive – International Programs
Robert Yallop, Principal Executive International Operations
Howard Ralley, Chief Fundraising & Engagement Officer
Louise Gray, Principal Executive Corporate Services

 

 

Names of Board Members

Board Chair- Colin Galbraith, AM – Director since 2004

Vice Chair- Peter Debnam – Director since 2013

Dr Megan Clark, AC – Director since 2015

David Feetham – Director since 2013

Allan Griffiths – Director since 2008

Professor Stephen Howes – Director since 2012

Danielle Keighery – Director since 2015

Larke Riemer AO – Director since 2015

Joseph Tesvic – Director since 2016

Marcus Laithwaite – Director since 2017

Paula Benson – Director since 2018

Louise Watson – Director since 2008

 

 

 

 

Number of Employees

76

Number of Volunteers

21

Registration Information

ABN

46 003 380 890.

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Create a lasting legacy

Leaving a bequest or gift in your Will to CARE is one of the most valuable gifts you can give.

Your gift will help send girls to school, help families receive life-saving health care, and help whole communities to overcome poverty. A gift that lasts beyond any lifetime, you will help women and girls in poor communities to break the cycle of poverty, forever.

For more information about leaving a Gift to CARE in your Will, please email donorsupport@care.org.au or call 1800 020 046.

 
 

General Donations

Your donation will help save lives, fight poverty and create a more equal world for everyone.

It could send a girl to school, help a woman start a small business, help families recover when emergency strikes or help install village water systems.

Donate online now at https://www.care.org.au/donate/ or call 1800 020 046.

Other support

Become a partner

Partnerships are vital to helping us create sustained, long-term changes in many of the world’s poorest communities.

Our partners – whether they be corporate partners, individual donors or trusts and foundations – help us to increase our impact and harness unique skills, knowledge and opportunities in the fight against poverty and social injustice.

If you would like to make a large, generous gift to CARE, you can join our Lead with CARE program and gain exclusive benefits for your commitment. 

Email the partnerships team at partnerships@care.org.au for further information. 

Work with us

CARE Australia’s staff are committed to improving the lives of poor communities, bringing compassion and experience to CARE’s work in developing countries.

In 2017/18, 94 per cent of staff were local citizens of the countries in which we work, reflecting our commitment to empower local people and ensure lasting impact.

For current vacancies or to register your interest to work for CARE, please visit https://www.care.org.au/careers/ 

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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