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Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation

Contact

Name: Greg Ward

Position: Executive Director

Email: crf@crf.org.au

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

Address

PO Box 2438

Regency Park SA 5942

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Our Mission / Objective

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation is an independent funder of innovative children’s research grants in South Australia.

Established in 1976, the Foundation is dedicated to improving the health, education and welfare of Australia’s children through the provision of grants to advance the knowledge, capability and outcomes of South Australia’s world-class research organisations.

Today, it is especially committed to the areas of child protection, children’s mental health, childhood obesity and understanding the impact that social determinants have on a child’s life.

The Foundation is proudly associated with Channel 7 Adelaide and some of the nation’s leading research and service organisations – Flinders University, Novita Children’s Services, The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and the Women’s and Children’s Health Network – which together forms its honorary Board and independent Research Committee.

Projects in Progress

Currently, the Foundation distributes over $1,500,000 annually and since its inception in 1976, grants totaling $28,238,328 have been provided to community-based studies, clinical studies and basic science projects in the fields of allied health, dentistry, education, environment, nursing, medicine, mental health, midwifery and social sciences.
The maximum funding per individual grant is up to $100,000 per annum, which may be taken over 1 or 2 years. Early Career Grants of up to $40,000 are also available, to encourage aspiring researchers to lead their first research project as a Chief Investigator.
Further information and a list of current and past funded projects is available on the website – www.crf.org.au

Our People

CEO

Executive Director, Greg Ward,

Names of Board Members

An honorary Board oversees the Foundation, and comprises:

Mr Len Frankham (Chair),
Mr Paul Jury (Deputy Chair),
Mr Stephen Woolley (Channel 7),
Mr Dennis Earl (Channel 7),
Ms Libby Rayner (Channel 7),
Professor Ross McKinnon (Flinders University),
Mr Greg De Cure (Novita Children’s Services),
Professor Sarah Robertson (The University of Adelaide),
Professor Pat Buckley (University of South Australia),
Dr Jennifer Fereday (Women’s and Children’s Health Network),
Professor Kevin Forsyth (Co-opted by the Board),
Mr Greg Ward (Executive Director),
Mr Jonathon Grant (Treasurer).

Registration Information

ABN

23 637 146 431

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

General Donations

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation is a registered charity and a not-for-profit incorporated association where operational efficiency is a priority. Each year, our aim is to increase the funding we provide for research into children’s health, education and welfare through careful management of investment returns from an endowment portfolio, and by growing the charitable giving and patronage received from Australia’s business and family communities. Any donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated and combined together, significantly helps us improve the health, education and welfare of Australia’s children. Donations can be made by visiting our website: www.crf.org.au, by telephone +61 8243 8202 or posted to PO Box 2438, Regency Park, SA, 5942

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Our Mission / Objective

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation is an independent funder of innovative children’s research grants in South Australia.

Established in 1976, the Foundation is dedicated to improving the health, education and welfare of Australia’s children through the provision of grants to advance the knowledge, capability and outcomes of South Australia’s world-class research organisations.

Today, it is especially committed to the areas of child protection, children’s mental health, childhood obesity and understanding the impact that social determinants have on a child’s life.

The Foundation is proudly associated with Channel 7 Adelaide and some of the nation’s leading research and service organisations – Flinders University, Novita Children’s Services, The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and the Women’s and Children’s Health Network – which together forms its honorary Board and independent Research Committee.

Projects in Progress

Currently, the Foundation distributes over $1,500,000 annually and since its inception in 1976, grants totaling $28,238,328 have been provided to community-based studies, clinical studies and basic science projects in the fields of allied health, dentistry, education, environment, nursing, medicine, mental health, midwifery and social sciences.
The maximum funding per individual grant is up to $100,000 per annum, which may be taken over 1 or 2 years. Early Career Grants of up to $40,000 are also available, to encourage aspiring researchers to lead their first research project as a Chief Investigator.
Further information and a list of current and past funded projects is available on the website – www.crf.org.au

Our People

CEO

Executive Director, Greg Ward,

Names of Board Members

An honorary Board oversees the Foundation, and comprises:

Mr Len Frankham (Chair),
Mr Paul Jury (Deputy Chair),
Mr Stephen Woolley (Channel 7),
Mr Dennis Earl (Channel 7),
Ms Libby Rayner (Channel 7),
Professor Ross McKinnon (Flinders University),
Mr Greg De Cure (Novita Children’s Services),
Professor Sarah Robertson (The University of Adelaide),
Professor Pat Buckley (University of South Australia),
Dr Jennifer Fereday (Women’s and Children’s Health Network),
Professor Kevin Forsyth (Co-opted by the Board),
Mr Greg Ward (Executive Director),
Mr Jonathon Grant (Treasurer).

Registration Information

ABN

23 637 146 431

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

General Donations

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation is a registered charity and a not-for-profit incorporated association where operational efficiency is a priority. Each year, our aim is to increase the funding we provide for research into children’s health, education and welfare through careful management of investment returns from an endowment portfolio, and by growing the charitable giving and patronage received from Australia’s business and family communities. Any donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated and combined together, significantly helps us improve the health, education and welfare of Australia’s children. Donations can be made by visiting our website: www.crf.org.au, by telephone +61 8243 8202 or posted to PO Box 2438, Regency Park, SA, 5942

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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