Buy2Give is proud to support the following Not-For-Profits
beyondblue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live.
Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA)
Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) is a non-proﬁt, nongovernment Australian organisation dedicated to preventing and curing melanoma. MIA is heavily reliant on community and grant funding to be able to continue the work we do.
We focus on three key mandates; research, treatment and education. Our approach is to take on melanoma from all angles and achieve our goal of reducing the impact of this disease on the community. MIA has become the major referral centre for melanoma patients from all over Australia and overseas. The most important aspect of the treatments provided at the MIA is undoubtedly its provision of integrated multidisciplinary treatment and translational research to rapidly reduce melanoma mortality. In a recent MIA-led trial, researchers have made a major breakthrough by tripling the life expectancy for some advanced melanoma patients. However, many others are not responding to new treatments and further research is vital. The institute has a strong track record in delivering major advances in our understanding of melanoma biology and genetics that have helped fuel the advances in melanoma treatment.
National Breast Cancer Foundation
The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is 100% community funded and the only national body that funds life-changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the Australian public. Breast cancer is the most common cancer facing Australian women, with eight women dying from the disease each day — mothers, sisters, wives, daughters and friends.
Research is the only way to prevent deaths, and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated. By funding only world-class research, NBCF is working towards a goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.
Soldier On’s mission is to achieve the best reintegrated generation of serving and ex-serving men and women in Australia’s history. To achieve this, Soldier On supports those who have served by focusing on their physical and mental health, their family, their community, and their future.
72,000 Australians have served in the Australian Defence Force since 1990, and thousands will be effected by their service, be it physically or psychologically. Soldier On provides a suite of services and access to partner organisations to meet the needs of our wounded so that they can start their journey on their road to recovery. Soldier On supports anyone who has served Australia and their families.