Gifts

Donor

Recipient

Date

Amount

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation
16 groups including the Hunter Medical Research Institute.
December 11, 2017
$780,000

To 16 groups to share in $780,000 in funding, including the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) as the biggest beneficiary, receiving $143,600 to help fund the development of facial recognition technology to be used in the early identification and diagnosis of rare diseases.

Victoria Law Foundation
St Kilda Legal Service and Victorian AIDS Council
November 30, 2017
$111,000

To St Kilda Legal Service and Victorian AIDS Council to establish a specialised legal support service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer.

Paul Ramsay Foundation
Generation V
November 30, 2017
$24.5 million

To Generation V, a longitudinal study that will track the health of babies born in Victoria in 2020 and 2021. Gen V will be led from The Melbourne Children’s Campus (Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Royal Children’s Hospital and The University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics) with a coalition of partners across the health and education sectors.

NFMRI
Dr Joanna Woodcock, University of South Australia
November 24, 2017
$50,002

Dr Joanna Woodcock, University of South Australia, for lung cancer therapy.

NFMRI
Professor Philip Sutton, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
November 24, 2017
$150,000

To Professor Philip Sutton, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, for a gastric cancer vaccine.

NFMRI
Professor Michael Good AO, Griffith University
November 24, 2017
$200,000

Professor Michael Good AO, Griffith University, for a malaria vaccine.

NFMRI
Associate Professor Janet Davies, Queensland University of Technology
November 24, 2017
$99,953

A research grant to Associate Professor Janet Davies, Queensland University of Technology, for asthma and allergy diagnostics.

NFMRI
Associate Professor Wendy Cooper, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
November 24, 2017
$50,000

The Dr John Ramos Medal and a research grant to Associate Professor Wendy Cooper from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, whose work in lung cancer diagnosis and its application in drug profiling has led to better treatment options.

AMP Foundation
45 individuals working on projects to help their communities
November 24, 2017
$1 million

To 45 individuals, AMP’s Tomorrow Makers, including social innovators, scientists, educators, entrepreneurs, musicians and more, to help them take their projects aimed at helping their communities to the next level.

IMPACT100 Sydney North
Barbershop Project by Information and Cultural Exchange
November 24, 2017
$100,000

To the Barbershop Project by Information and Cultural Exchange. 

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Gift table

Recent donations, grants and corporate partnerships

  • Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation to 16 groups including the Hunter Medical Research Institute.

    $780,000

  • Victoria Law Foundation to St Kilda Legal Service and Victorian AIDS Council

    $111,000

  • Paul Ramsay Foundation to Generation V

    $24.5 million

  • NFMRI to Dr Joanna Woodcock, University of South Australia

    $50,002

  • NFMRI to Professor Philip Sutton, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

    $150,000

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