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Redkite

Contact

Name: Shivangi Chaturvedi

Position: Philanthropy Manager

Email: schaturvedi@redkite.org.au

Address

PO Box 3220

Redfern

Sydney 2016

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Our Mission / Objective

Redkite is a national charity that supports children and young people with cancer and their families through the entire cancer journey. From the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment and when families return home to their communities, Redkite is available with real and practical support.
Redkite’s vital services include emotional, financial and education support and are available to families in all major cities, regional areas and remote locations across Australia.
Redkite receives no government funding and relies entirely on the generosity of individuals, organisations and corporate partners.
Find out more:

Our Services

Redkite provides vital services for families across Australia including:

Find out more about Redkite services

Projects in Progress

Redkite supports children and young people with cancer and their families, through the entire cancer journey with emotional, financial and education support.

Emotional support within the hospital environment is provided through social workers and music therapists, and support within the community includes telephone and email counselling, facilitated telegroups and family days. Redkite’s education grants and scholarships help children and young people keep up with their studies and to help them reach their full potential.

Our People

Names of Board Members

Redkite is governed by a passionate, professional and committed Board of Directors who ensure the highest level of ethics, compliance and governance of Redkite.

The Board reflects the Redkite values and works continuously to ensure honesty, full transparency and accountability at all times. Redkite’s Board do not receive any fees and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from a range of business and commercial sectors.

 

 

National Board of Directors:

 

Bruce Morgan (Chairman)

Bruce joined the Redkite Board in 2013; he was formerly the Chairman of the Board, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and a partner of the firm for over 25 years.  He is a Director of Origin Energy, Sydney Water, the University of NSW Foundation and the European Australian Business Council. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.

Sarah Goodman Redkite Board

Sarah Goodman

Sarah Goodman has over 15 years’ experience as a voluntary Company Director of charities and other not-for-profit enterprises, and has also been Company Director of several commercial companies. Sarah is a senior financial services executive with over 20 years’ experience spanning legal practice, risk management, compliance, governance, and regulatory affairs. Sarah is currently Executive General Manager, Supervisory Support Division, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.

Jennifer Horrigan Redkite Board

Jennifer Horrigan

Jennifer is a Principal with investment bank Greenhill Australia and has responsibility for the overall operations of the firm within Australia. She also has 15 years’ experience as a leading adviser to Australian and international corporations on financial communications and investor relations and has directed the communications on some of Australia’s largest and most high profile transactions. Jennifer’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Business, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (FINSIA), and a Graduate Diploma in Management (Australian Graduate School of Management).

Adam Spencer

Adam Spencer

In December 2013, Adam brought down the curtain on a 15-year radio career at the ABC on 702, and before that on Triple J. For most of that time he has also been one of Redkite’s most high-profile and dedicated ambassadors. Add to that his experience on the Senate of the University of Sydney for over a decade and he was thought to be the perfect fit to replace outgoing director Chris Masters when Chris left the Board to become patron.

Ros Pinkerton Redkite Board

Ross Pinkerton

Professor Pinkerton is the Director of Oncology at the Royal Children’s and Mater Children’s Hospitals in Brisbane (The Queensland Children’s Cancer Centre). He also holds the position of Professor of Oncology at the University of Queensland.

Mark Rigotti Redkite Board

Mark Rigotti

Mark Rigotti is the Joint Global Chief Executive Officer of Herbert Smith Freehills, an international law firm. Prior to this, Mark ran a leading corporate, capital markets and fundraising practice for 15 years spanning Australia and the United Kingdom. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Masters of Laws and a Diploma from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is also a member of the Finance and Treasury Association.

Joost de Kock

Joost de Kock is a Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in the Sydney office. He sits on BCG’s global leadership teams for both its Technology Advantage and Public Sector practices. He also oversees BCG’s social impact work in Australia. For over 15 years, Joost has advised private and public sector clients on strategy, business model design, and technology-driven transformation. Before joining BCG, Joost worked for Accenture in Sydney and Sony in Tokyo. Through personal experience, Joost has become passionate about helping children with cancer and their families, especially through innovative uses of digital technology.

 

– See more at: http://www.redkite.org.au/our-board-regional-councils#sthash.rgcXbXUv.dpuf

 

Registration Information

ABN

65 104 710 787

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Leaving a gift in your will is a lasting and positive way of ensuring that children and young people with cancer and their families benefit from your legacy.

Even if you already have a will, it is important to review it regularly and ensure that it still accurately reflects your wishes and the nature and value of your assets.

To enable you to do this we provide information for lawyers below to assist them in preparing or reviewing your will. Advising us of your planned generosity also helps us to shape and plan our services in the future.

Find out more about leaving a gift in your will for Redkite

General Donations

Donating to Redkite is easy and rewarding; and your generosity allows us to provide our wide range of essential support services to children and young people with cancer and their families, through the difficult cancer journey.

Redkite receives no government funding, and we rely 100% on people like you to fund our work. Please help us maintain these vital services to ensure that all Australian children and young people living with cancer and their families receive the equality of care they need during this traumatic time in their lives.

 

Donations of $2 and above are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt via email. If you would prefer, you can donate by calling 1800 334 771.  Or to donate by fax, please print this form.

Donate now_icon

Donate now
Your generosity will make a real difference to children and young people with cancer and their families.

Club Red_icon

Club Red
Join the club that is supporting children and young people with cancer by donating on a monthly basis.

Donate in lieu_icon
Donate in lieu
Celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday, wedding or anniversary by asking your guests to donate to Redkite in lieu of a personal gift.

Donate in memory
Remember someone close to you by making a donation in their memory. Commemorating the life and legacy of someone special by donating to Redkite can be a wonderful way to remember a person’s life.

A gift in your will_icon

A gift in your will
Find out how you can make a real difference to families dealing with childhood cancer by leaving a lasting gift in your will to Redkite.

Donate through payroll_icon

Donate through payroll
Workplace or payroll giving is one of the easiest ways to donate to Redkite.

 

Club Red

Join the club that is supporting children and young people with cancer by donating on a monthly basis.

 

Find out more about donating to Redkite

Other support

Whether you are a caring individual or a caring organisation, there are many ways that you can help Redkite support children and young people with cancer and their families.

From making a donation to getting involved in a Redkite event to organising company involvement; every dollar raised will make a real and vital difference to the families we support.

Find out more about getting involved with Redkite

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering for Redkite can be fun and rewarding. You’ll meet new and interesting people and feel great knowing that you’re helping to improve the lives of children and young people with cancer and their families.

We have opportunities in our offices for you to join our team as a volunteer or alternatively you can get involved or at our many fundraising events across the country. We’d love to welcome you into the Redkite community!

Find out more about volunteering at Redkite

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Redkite is a national charity that supports children and young people with cancer and their families through the entire cancer journey. From the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment and when families return home to their communities, Redkite is available with real and practical support.
Redkite’s vital services include emotional, financial and education support and are available to families in all major cities, regional areas and remote locations across Australia.
Redkite receives no government funding and relies entirely on the generosity of individuals, organisations and corporate partners.
Find out more:

Our Services

Redkite provides vital services for families across Australia including:

Find out more about Redkite services

Projects in Progress

Redkite supports children and young people with cancer and their families, through the entire cancer journey with emotional, financial and education support.

Emotional support within the hospital environment is provided through social workers and music therapists, and support within the community includes telephone and email counselling, facilitated telegroups and family days. Redkite’s education grants and scholarships help children and young people keep up with their studies and to help them reach their full potential.

Our People

Names of Board Members

Redkite is governed by a passionate, professional and committed Board of Directors who ensure the highest level of ethics, compliance and governance of Redkite.

The Board reflects the Redkite values and works continuously to ensure honesty, full transparency and accountability at all times. Redkite’s Board do not receive any fees and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from a range of business and commercial sectors.

 

 

National Board of Directors:

 

Bruce Morgan (Chairman)

Bruce joined the Redkite Board in 2013; he was formerly the Chairman of the Board, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and a partner of the firm for over 25 years.  He is a Director of Origin Energy, Sydney Water, the University of NSW Foundation and the European Australian Business Council. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.

Sarah Goodman Redkite Board

Sarah Goodman

Sarah Goodman has over 15 years’ experience as a voluntary Company Director of charities and other not-for-profit enterprises, and has also been Company Director of several commercial companies. Sarah is a senior financial services executive with over 20 years’ experience spanning legal practice, risk management, compliance, governance, and regulatory affairs. Sarah is currently Executive General Manager, Supervisory Support Division, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.

Jennifer Horrigan Redkite Board

Jennifer Horrigan

Jennifer is a Principal with investment bank Greenhill Australia and has responsibility for the overall operations of the firm within Australia. She also has 15 years’ experience as a leading adviser to Australian and international corporations on financial communications and investor relations and has directed the communications on some of Australia’s largest and most high profile transactions. Jennifer’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Business, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (FINSIA), and a Graduate Diploma in Management (Australian Graduate School of Management).

Adam Spencer

Adam Spencer

In December 2013, Adam brought down the curtain on a 15-year radio career at the ABC on 702, and before that on Triple J. For most of that time he has also been one of Redkite’s most high-profile and dedicated ambassadors. Add to that his experience on the Senate of the University of Sydney for over a decade and he was thought to be the perfect fit to replace outgoing director Chris Masters when Chris left the Board to become patron.

Ros Pinkerton Redkite Board

Ross Pinkerton

Professor Pinkerton is the Director of Oncology at the Royal Children’s and Mater Children’s Hospitals in Brisbane (The Queensland Children’s Cancer Centre). He also holds the position of Professor of Oncology at the University of Queensland.

Mark Rigotti Redkite Board

Mark Rigotti

Mark Rigotti is the Joint Global Chief Executive Officer of Herbert Smith Freehills, an international law firm. Prior to this, Mark ran a leading corporate, capital markets and fundraising practice for 15 years spanning Australia and the United Kingdom. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Masters of Laws and a Diploma from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is also a member of the Finance and Treasury Association.

Joost de Kock

Joost de Kock is a Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in the Sydney office. He sits on BCG’s global leadership teams for both its Technology Advantage and Public Sector practices. He also oversees BCG’s social impact work in Australia. For over 15 years, Joost has advised private and public sector clients on strategy, business model design, and technology-driven transformation. Before joining BCG, Joost worked for Accenture in Sydney and Sony in Tokyo. Through personal experience, Joost has become passionate about helping children with cancer and their families, especially through innovative uses of digital technology.

 

– See more at: http://www.redkite.org.au/our-board-regional-councils#sthash.rgcXbXUv.dpuf

 

Registration Information

ABN

65 104 710 787

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Leaving a gift in your will is a lasting and positive way of ensuring that children and young people with cancer and their families benefit from your legacy.

Even if you already have a will, it is important to review it regularly and ensure that it still accurately reflects your wishes and the nature and value of your assets.

To enable you to do this we provide information for lawyers below to assist them in preparing or reviewing your will. Advising us of your planned generosity also helps us to shape and plan our services in the future.

Find out more about leaving a gift in your will for Redkite

General Donations

Donating to Redkite is easy and rewarding; and your generosity allows us to provide our wide range of essential support services to children and young people with cancer and their families, through the difficult cancer journey.

Redkite receives no government funding, and we rely 100% on people like you to fund our work. Please help us maintain these vital services to ensure that all Australian children and young people living with cancer and their families receive the equality of care they need during this traumatic time in their lives.

 

Donations of $2 and above are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt via email. If you would prefer, you can donate by calling 1800 334 771.  Or to donate by fax, please print this form.

Donate now_icon

Donate now
Your generosity will make a real difference to children and young people with cancer and their families.

Club Red_icon

Club Red
Join the club that is supporting children and young people with cancer by donating on a monthly basis.

Donate in lieu_icon
Donate in lieu
Celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday, wedding or anniversary by asking your guests to donate to Redkite in lieu of a personal gift.

Donate in memory
Remember someone close to you by making a donation in their memory. Commemorating the life and legacy of someone special by donating to Redkite can be a wonderful way to remember a person’s life.

A gift in your will_icon

A gift in your will
Find out how you can make a real difference to families dealing with childhood cancer by leaving a lasting gift in your will to Redkite.

Donate through payroll_icon

Donate through payroll
Workplace or payroll giving is one of the easiest ways to donate to Redkite.

 

Club Red

Join the club that is supporting children and young people with cancer by donating on a monthly basis.

 

Find out more about donating to Redkite

Other support

Whether you are a caring individual or a caring organisation, there are many ways that you can help Redkite support children and young people with cancer and their families.

From making a donation to getting involved in a Redkite event to organising company involvement; every dollar raised will make a real and vital difference to the families we support.

Find out more about getting involved with Redkite

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering for Redkite can be fun and rewarding. You’ll meet new and interesting people and feel great knowing that you’re helping to improve the lives of children and young people with cancer and their families.

We have opportunities in our offices for you to join our team as a volunteer or alternatively you can get involved or at our many fundraising events across the country. We’d love to welcome you into the Redkite community!

Find out more about volunteering at Redkite

Our Annual Reports

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