Charities: blegging for more advice

Peach Home Loans gives part of its commission each year for each of its borrowers. Last year we gave money to an appeal for African Women as I know one of the people involved.  We’re likely to do the same again this year, but we’re also sending out cards and one can nominate part of the cost of the card to go to charity.

They don’t include that charity. This is what they do include.  Which should we nominate and why?

  • Animal Welfare League (AWL) NSW
  • Assistance Dogs Australia
  • Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors
  • Australian Cancer Research Foundation
  • Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
  • Bedford
  • Bravehearts
  • Breast Cancer Australia
  • Breast Cancer Care WA
  • Camp Quality
  • Cancer & Bowel Research Trust
  • Cancer Council ACT
  • Cancer Council NSW
  • Cancer Council Queensland
  • Cancer Council SA
  • Cancer Council Western Australia
  • CARE Australia
  • Cerebral Palsy League
  • Children’s Cancer Institute Australia
  • Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia
  • Children’s Medical Research Institute
  • Clown Doctors
  • Conservation Volunteers Australia
  • Count Charitable Foundation
  • CREATE Foundation
  • Cure Cancer Australia
  • Cure For Life Foundation
  • Cystic Fibrosis NSW
  • Disability Services Australia
  • Future2 Foundation
  • Guide Dogs NSW / ACT
  • Guide Dogs Victoria
  • Habitat for Humanity Australia
  • Heart Foundation
  • HeartKids SA
  • HeartKids WA
  • Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance
  • Inspire Foundation
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Kids Cancer Research Trust
  • Kids Helpline
  • Lions Australia
  • Melanoma Institute Australia
  • Melbourne Citymission
  • Midwest Charity Begins at Home Inc
  • Mission Australia
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Nature Foundation SA
  • Northcott Disability Services
  • Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre Appeal
  • Oncology Children’s Foundation
  • Ovarian Cancer Australia
  • Parkinson’s Victoria
  • Parramatta Mission
  • Plan International Australia
  • Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
  • Property Industry Foundation
  • Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
  • Queensland Institute of Medical Research
  • RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
  • Ronald McDonald House PERTH
  • Royal Flying Doctor Service South Eastern Section
  • RSPCA AUSTRALIA
  • Save the Children
  • Schizophrenia Research Institute
  • SIDS and Kids Australia
  • SIDS and KIDS NSW
  • Sids and Kids Tasmania
  • SIDS and KIDS Victoria
  • Sir David Martin Foundation
  • Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
  • Surf Life Saving Foundation
  • Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • The Fred Hollows Foundation
  • The Leukaemia Foundation
  • The Mirabel Foundation
  • The Salvation Army
  • The Smith Family
  • UNICEF
  • United Way
  • UnitingCare NSW.ACT
  • Variety the Children’s Charity of NSW
  • VARIETY the Children’s Charity of WA
  • Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
  • WaterAid in Australia
  • WIRES Inc
  • Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation SA
  • Youngcare
  • Youth Focus
  • Youth Off The Streets
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5 Responses to Charities: blegging for more advice

  1. Fred says:

    Please can I make an unashamed plug for the Camcare Charity Card and Gift Shop at 19 Fairholm Grove, Camberwell Vic (behind the Woolworths Supermarket at Camberwell Junction). All profits on the cards and gifts go to Camcare and 42 other charities and the shop is staffed by volunteers.

    More information about the Camcare Charity Card and Gift Shop at

  2. Pedro says:

    Mental health always seems to get the worst deal. Cancers get pretty well looked after. Ditto for heart disease. Helping troubled kids is also a priority I think. Fred Hollow F does great stuff too. So the FRF or the SRI (which really catches mental health and troubled youth). Only thing is I don’t know whether the SRI is an effective charity.

  3. Laura says:

    There are some great causes up there – I’m sure whichever one you pick will do some great work with your help. I would like to suggest you pick Autism Spectrum Australia (I have to admit I work for them). Its a fantastic organisation that works with over 8,000 people with autism and their families to build skills and confidence. We believe that people with autism have the right to lead rich and fulfilling lives and we work to equip them to do that. One in 110 people have autism which means right now over 190,000 Australians are on the autism spectrum. We’re the largest not-for-profit provider of autism specific services in this country but we know there is still much more we could be doing. We would love the support of Peach Home Loans.

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