Well finally I have created my Australian Charity/Health Organisations Page. I thought seeing I had created a PNG/South Pacific and Asia page, I might as well raise one for Australia too. Australians are very priviledged to have such organisations in this country, as they have a quicker access to these facilities than people from under developed country. However if you are in Australia and want to donate or work for these charity organisations in Australia or abroad, I hope these websites will be of good use to you.
The sources of information where I got most of these websites information from are from some of my favourite Australian Womens magazines. I love reading them as they a wealth of information in them. I do not go out and buy magazines on a weekly or fortnightly or monthly basis. I buy them if think their cover story has some eye catching snippets of information I might want to read about.
Australian's No 1. - Weekly Magazine Woman's Day
Care Australia - CARE Australia is an Australian charity and international humanitarian aid organisation fighting
global poverty, with a special focus on empowering women and girls to bring lasting change to
their communities. Australia
Live Below The Line - Hugh Jackman's appeal an anti-poverty campaign, aiming to make everyone aware of global poverty.
Royal Flying Doctor Service -
Saint Vincent de Paul Society Australia
Save The Children Organisation - From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child’s right to health, education and protection.
The Salvation Army Australia
Beyond Blue - Australian organisation provides information about depression to consumers, carers and health professionals.
Dietitians Associations Of Australia
Eggs as easy as - Healthy Egg Meals
Fred Hollows Foundation
World Vision Australia - Across five continents and in over 60 countries, World Vision carries out development work to address the causes and consequences of global poverty.