ACON is NSW's and Australia's largest community-based gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) health and HIV/AIDS organisation. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of the GLBT community and people with HIV, and reduce HIV transmission. We promote the health and wellbeing of the GLBT community and people with HIV. We also provide information and support for people at risk of or affected by HIV, including sex workers, people who use drugs and the family and/or carers of people with HIV.
Twenty 10 is a community based, non profit state-wide organisation. We work with and support young people of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities, their families and friends. We aim to be a beacon of strength and acceptance - supporting young people to build resilience and achieve their potential. Twenty10 is a free and confidential service. It is a safe place and staff deal with all enquiries in an understanding, supportive and confidential manner.
The Community Brave Foundation is a new collaborative community group made up entirely of volunteers who wish to create a sustainable and positive future for the youth of our community, specifically targeting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) youths. Our mission is to build short and long term sustainable solutions to eradicate online bullying, homophobia, Transphobia & youth suicide. We aim to achieve this in the short term by providing a series of role model videos, building focused training mentors and providing a 24/7 support, assistance and guidance service through Social Media. We also aim to achieve a longer term sustainable outcome by providing education and knowledge through society to youths, which will build a better future by the concept of paying it forward.
The Gay and Lesbian Foundation of Australia (GALFA) is a charitable foundation whose purpose is to provide funds for charitable activities/organisations which have as their sole or chief purpose/outcome, the good and betterment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex people and allied communities, in Australia.
Most Australians have some experience with anxiety and depression, whether it is personal or via family, friends or work colleagues. beyondblue’s work is aimed at achieving an Australian community that understands depression and anxiety, empowering all Australians, at any life-stage, to seek help. beyondblue raises awareness, reduces stigma and ensures people have access to the information they need to support recovery, management and resilience. Donated funds are donated to beyondblue's GLBTI programs.
Australian Marriage Equality (AME) is a national, membership-based organisation working for equal marriage rights for all Australians regardless of their gender or sexuality. AME believes that a person’s gender or sexuality should not affect their legal rights and responsibilities under Australian marriage law. As a membership-based organisation, AME relies entirely on the generosity of its members and other supporters in the community.
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) is New Zealand’s national HIV prevention and healthcare organisation. The NZAF brings history, passion, commitment, expertise and diversity to meet the emerging trends of the HIV epidemic in New Zealand and the changing needs of the community. Whilst running successful social media campaigns NZAF also offer free and confidential HIV, syphilis and hep C rapid testing in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch and through contracted health professionals nationwide.
With a focus on domestic pets, farm animals, native wildlife and retired circus and zoo animals. LOTL (Life On The Line) Rescue helps to ensure the health, safety and dignity of a wide range of species. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home and give shelter to misplaced, injured, abused and homeless animals. Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LotlRescue
VAC/GMHC was formed in 1983 as a central part of the Victorian community response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. VAC/GMHC continues to lead the response by providing a range of services which include prevention education, treatment and care of PLHIV and counselling services. They continue to evolve in response to the epidemic with robust business systems and an ever-changing strategic response and continuing dedication to our vision and service philosophy.
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. They help young people who are going through a tough time. Their primary focus is the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians. They know that getting help early is the key to resolving these problems quickly. headspace is making a difference where it is needed most - our young people.
The Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives were established in 1978 at the Fourth National Homosexual Conference. We are based in Melbourne and operate with the assistance of members and supporters interstate. The Archives are the only community group in Australia that actively collects and preserves lesbian and gay material from across the country, and makes it readily accessible. The collections include material of national or international scope, but the heart of the Archives’ work is the collection and preservation of the historical life of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities of Australia. From the time of the Gold Rush to the battles against AIDS, the collections save our rich and diverse histories for us and future generations.
Queensland Association for Healthy Communities, 'Healthy Communities' for short mission is to promote the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Queenslanders. Healthy Communities are a not-for-profit, community based organisation, funded by government grants and community fundraising, donations and sponsorships.
The Pinnacle Foundation is a community-funded and registered charity that provides scholarships and mentoring to disadvantaged or marginalized LGBTIQ youth who need help in achieving their educational or vocational aspirations. With The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG and Prof Kerryn Phelps AM as Patrons, Pinnacle transforms young lives and creates community leaders of the future. In the last four years 45 scholarship grants have been made around Australia, totalling nearly $200,000. They "light the spark within".
Queer Screen is Sydney's queer film organisation. Running since 1993, Queer Screen holds screenings year round, with major festivals such as Mardi Gras Film Festival, My Queer Career and queerDoc (the first LGBTIQ documentary festival in the world). Queer Screen aim to help LGBTIQ film makers and LGBTIQ films from around the world.
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