Organisations to Give To

Community Led Organisations

  • Democracy in Colour: A national racial and economic justice organisation led by people of colour. They aim to build the power of people of colour and tackle structural racism to shape the critical issues that affect lives.
  • Dhadjowa Foundation: The Djadjowa Foundation is being established to provide strategic, coordinated and culturally appropriate support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families whose loved ones have died in custody.
  • Drummond St. Invisible: Connects young LGBTQIA+ and trans people from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds through community workshops and events.
  • Road to refuge: A community organisation that stands for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia. They support those with lived experiences by leading community-owned conversations built on openness and empathy.
  • Rise: Refugees, Survivors and Ex-Detainees is the first and only refugee and asylum seeker welfare and advocacy organisation in Australia. It is entirely governed by refugees, asylum seekers, and ex-detainees.

General Anti-Racism Organisations

  • Together for Humanity: Focuses on eliminating prejudices directed towards school children, their teachers and communities through open communication and education programs. 
  • All Together Now: Seeks to eradicate racism through education, via social media and technological platforms
  • Reconciliation Australia: Aims to foster a stronger, positive relationship between the wider Australian community and Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Organisations


  • Aboriginal Literacy Foundation Seeks to transform the lives of Indigenous children by focusing on literacy and numeracy education.
  • Black Rainbow National NFP advocacy platform and touchpoint for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTI peoples — 100% Indigenous owned and operated.
  • Blak Business Important hub for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Bridging The Gap Foundation For Indigenous Health And Education Funding research into health and education, in order to address the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians access to health and education opportunities and outcomes.
  • Cathy Freeman Foundation Delivers education programs to 1600 Indigenous children and their families from four of the most remote communities in Australia.
  • Change the Record Addresses the root causes of Indigenous incarceration and works to prevent imprisonment. Currently matching donations.
  • Deadly Connections Works with people that have been impacted by the justice system or child protection services.
  • Grandmothers Against Removals Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR) is a grassroots group led by Aboriginal grandmothers. GMAR has been fighting the ongoing Stolen Generations all around Australia since 2014.
  • Healing Foundation Addresses the intergenerational trauma of colonisation and child removal.
  • Indigenous Literacy Foundation Gifts thousands of new culturally appropriate books (with a focus on early literacy and first language) and runs programs to inspire communities to tell and publish their own stories.
  • Justice for David Dungay Fund Support for David Dungay, a 26-year-old Dunghutti man, who died in custody due to police violence in November 2015.
  • Justice for Tanya Day Support for the family of Yorta Yorta woman, mother, grandmother and activist Aunty Tanya Day who died in custody by mistreatment from Victoria Police in December 2017.
  • Justice For Yuendumu Support for Kumanjayi Walker, shot by police three times in his home in November 2019. 
  • Kabululangu Aboriginal Women’s Law and Culture Centre One of the most remote women’s centres in Australia, and a key provider of Aboriginal Women’s Law and Culture – ancient Indigenous philosophy, ceremonies and practice.
  • National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Alliance Representing over 180 women’s organisations from across Australia and bringing forward the views, voices and issues of Australian women and, in particular, women from marginalised and disadvantaged groups.
  • National Justice Project A not-for-profit legal service that works to advance human rights by representing and giving voice to the vulnerable, who may otherwise be unable to find legal representation. 
  • Original Power A community-focused organisation that aims to build the power of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through collective action.
  • Outback Academy An Aboriginal-led, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to drive game-changing approaches to Aboriginal business, employment, education, health and wellbeing.
  • Pay The Rent Pay The Rent scheme, encouraging individuals to right past wrongs by committing 1% of their income to First Nations people.
  • Seed Mob Indigenous Youth Climate Network working for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy.
  • Stop Black Deaths in Custody Go Fund Me organised by the Roxanne Moore to stop black deaths in custody in Australia.
  • Supply Nation A website directory of Indigenous businesses.
  • Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance (WAR) A collective of young Aboriginal people committed to the cause of decolonisation and the philosophy of Aboriginal nationalism – resistance and revival.
  • Wirrpanda Foundation Leads the provision of education and employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians by working together to empower and build capacity amongst individuals, their families and their communities

NSW (and ACT)


  • Children’s Ground (VIC + NT) Children’s Ground focuses on long-term change, working with each child, each family and each community, so that children learn, grow and thrive in communities that celebrate cultural, social and economic wellbeing.
  • Naaja (NT) Legal Services in the Northern Territory.
  • Northern Territory Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corp Northern Territory Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation was formally incorporated in 1998 to respond directly to the needs and concerns of members of the Stolen Generations, their families and communities.
  • NPY Women’s Council (NT) NPY Women’s Council is an Anangu led organisation that delivers heath, social and cultural services in the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) region of Central Australia.
  • Tangentyere Family Violence Prevention Program (NT) The Tangentyere Family Violence Prevention Program (TFVPP) is committed to working within the integrated response to Family Violence to prevent Family Violence in our Town Camps and in the wider Alice Springs community.





  • Children’s Ground (VIC + NT) Children’s Ground focuses on long-term change, working with each child, each family and each community, so that children learn, grow and thrive in communities that celebrate cultural, social and economic wellbeing.
  • Djab Wurrung Embassy (VIC) Sacred birthing trees on Djap Wurrung country need protecting.
  • Djirra (VIC) Djirra provides culturally safe and holistic support and specialist family violence legal assistance and representation.
  • Elizabeth Morgan House Aboriginal Women’s Service Inc (VIC) Elizabeth Morgan House provides a range of support to Aboriginal women and children experiencing family violence from crisis through to recovery programs.
  • Gippsland Lakes Complete Health Aboriginal Services (VIC) Holistic health and community-based services.
  • Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative (VIC) An independent community based not-for-profit Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation providing holistic health and community-based services in the Warrnambool and surrounding areas.
  • Indigenous Social Justice Association (ISJA) Melbourne (VIC) Works to end Indigenous deaths in custody in Melbourne.
  • Link Up (VIC) Provides a support service to the Stolen Generations to find their family and for family to find members who are Stolen Generations.
  • Oonah Belonging Place (VIC) Purpose-designed ‘Belonging Place’ for the Healesville Indigenous community and supporting service providers, which also reflects strong cultural elements of the community.
  • The Torch (VIC) Provides support to Indigenous offenders and ex-offenders in Victoria through art, cultural and arts vocational programs.
  • VALS (VIC) Provides referrals, advice/information, duty work or case work assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the State of Victoria.
  • Weenthunga Health Network (VIC) A network of Victorians in all health roles who want to make a difference in Indigenous health.
  • Wurundjeri (VIC) Aboriginal cultural heritage work, cultural & educational services and land management.


  • Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Legal Services WA.
  • FreeHer (WA) A fundraising campaign to support the release of Aboriginal women in Western Australia who have been imprisoned if they do not have the capacity to pay a fine.
  • Kimberley Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation (WA) KSGAC provides a Link-Up Service for Indigenous people who have lost touch with their families; preserves history and culture; supports access to counselling and redress; conducts healing art projects.
  • Yorgum Aboriginal Corporation (WA) Holistic responses to family violence and sexual abuse, such as counselling and other services. Also provides a Link-Up Service to the Metropolitan region and the Murchison, Goldfields, South East, Wheatbelt and Pilbara regions.