The Australian Unity Foundation

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Grant Recipients 

In 2023, we awarded grants to the following organisations that have a positive impact in our community focus areas.

2023 - 12 month Grants


Women’s Information and Referral Exchange (WIRE)

WIRE is the only free information, support and referral service in Victoria working with women, nonbinary and gender-diverse people on any issue. Specially trained support workers listen deeply to service users and connect them to the resources they need to make informed choices in their lives. Guided by an intersectional, feminist framework, the team at WIRE works to influence social change and acts to overcome structural inequalities. Learn more

Australian Literacy Numeracy Foundation (ALNF)

The Australian Literacy Numeracy Foundation (ALNF)

The Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation (ALNF) is a national charity seeking to assist people in our most marginalised communities to gain vital language, literacy and communication skills – specifically supporting First Nations, refugee and other vulnerable Australians. ALNF believes that literacy is freedom - literacy allows individuals to access education, participate meaningfully in our society and to have a voice. It is a basic human right. Learn more

Royal Far West

Royal Far West

Royal Far West (RFW) is a leading Australian children’s charity whose mission is to improve the health and well-being of children living in rural and remote communities across Australia. They focus on allied health by providing multidisciplinary health, education and disability services for country children aged up to 12 at their Centre for Country Kids in Manly, via telecare and through community outreach in schools and preschools. Learn more

Thin Green line

Thin Green Line

Thin Green Line is a global organisation, whose mission is to directly support rangers on the frontline of conservation. We believe that we can protect the planet by listening to the knowledge of First Nations people and we know that by supporting rangers we also support the communities in which they live, with social and economic benefits reaching a wider population of people. Learn more

Lighthouse foundation

Lighthouse Foundation

At Lighthouse, we're creating pathways to end youth homelessness, together. We provide young people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, with the care and support they need to heal, thrive and achieve a lifelong sense of belonging. Through community collaboration and our evidence-based Lighthouse Model of Care, we create therapeutic homes and deliver tailored support programs to transform the lives of young people, ensuring our support reaches the children and youth who need it, where they need it, for as long as they need it. Learn more

Australian Unity Foundation does not accept unsolicited request for funding and grant support. If you do require information relating to our philanthropic activities you are welcome to contact Images of grant recipients provided by community partners.