Established in 2007, the AFA Foundation is a core pillar in the AFA’s member commitment to support the wider community and the greater good of society. Through the financial contributions and hard work of members of the AFA family and the AFA Foundation committee we have raised over $2m for charity partners across Australia. We welcome your donation to support the following charity partners.

Our charity partners

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AFA Foundation

Donations to the AFA Foundation will be distributed to charity partners across Australia to support them in the life saving and life changing work they in regional and metropolitan locations. Over $2m has been distributed since the Foundation was established in 2007.

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Dandelions WA

Spreading Kindness - Growing Hope.
Our objective is simple, as a registered charity run 100% by volunteers, we look for ways of assisting anyone impacted by homelessness, domestic/family violence, ill-health, natural disaster and/or financial hardship.

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Baby Give Back

At Baby Give Back we help families in crisis because we believe every baby deserves an equal start. We provide donations via social service agencies and social workers who are qualified to assess a family's need.

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Lighthouse Foundation

With 11 homes in Melbourne, Lighthouse provides therapeutic care to children and young people impacted by long-term neglect, abuse and homelessness.  By creating a caring community, Lighthouse gives homeless kids and foster families a place to belong, heal and ultimately thrive.

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Top Blokes

Top Blokes Foundation is on a mission to improve young male health and well-being. We work with groups of boys and young men to increase their resilience, empathy, and respect for self and others,
to reduce the rates of suicides, mental health issues, antisocial and risk-taking behaviours.

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COTA SA

COTA [Council on the Ageing] SA is an older people’s movement and the peak body that represents the rights, interests and futures of the more than 633,000 South Australians aged 50+.

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Donations to the AFA Foundation this financial year, via online donations. The AFA Foundation also accepts offline payments which are tracked separately.