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Making a donation is one of the easiest ways to support the work of The Common Good.
From their labs at The Prince Charles Hospital, our research teams are working to build a better future for all - with new treatments, new detection methods and better outcomes for those impacted by these life-changing conditions.
At a cost of just $44 an hour for research, your support will help fund new and life-saving breakthroughs for some of Australia's most common and chronic conditions.
Volunteer with us and you can help make medical discoveries.
Volunteering with The Common Good helps power life-saving medical research and helps create a positive, stronger, happier and healthier community.
When you donate your time – you’re helping create more time for researchers to make life-changing discoveries.
Use the power of many to help make life-changing medical discoveries.
By fundraising for The Common Good, you aren't just raising life-changing funds - you're helping others join the movement.
The more support our research teams have, the bigger a difference they can make to those impacted by Australia's most common and chronic conditions.
There are lots of ways to get involed, so start fundraisng for The Common Good today.
Making Better Business with The Common gOod
The Common Good is proud to partner with organisations from across Australia. Together we share a desire to create a healthier community for all Australians, and build a brighter future for those impacted by the country's most common and chronic conditions.
Talk to our team today to discover how your business can join the movement for The Common Good, and help to build a healthier community for us all.
see the difference your support makes
The Curing Homesickness initiative will fund, thanks to their major partner Coles, a pilot program which will employ a Child Life Therapist at The Prince Charles Hospital’s Children’s Emergency Department and short stay unit for a period of two years. A Child Life Therapist will not only be beneficial for young patients at the hospital but also the families of children and the hospital staff.