Did you know that heart disease is the single leading cause of death in Australia?
Heart disease impacts over 90% of our community. From extending the life of donor hearts, to developing new drugs to prevent acute heart failure, your time can back life-saving research into the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
Our talented researchers are dedicating their careers to tackling heart disease to improve the lives of Australians.
Amazing medical research and innovations in the prevention and treatment of heart disease are in reach. Research such as new drug treatments, new transplant techniques and new diagnostic tools to help in the fight against heart disease.
Join our team of researchers, volunteers and everyday people.
one Australian dies from Cardiovascular Disease
It’s the leading cause
$48 = 1hr
of research time
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People like you who generously donate to The Common Good have an immense impact on the lives of real individuals grappling with life-altering health conditions. Your contributions fuel groundbreaking research and patient projects that offer hope, relief, and even the promise of a brighter future.
A Perth father who received a heart transplant three years ago is preparing to take part in the 2024 Tour de Brisbane. Read more about his journey and support his ride here.
The Cardiovascular Molecular and Therapeutics Translational Research Group aims to increase understanding of molecular mechanisms of advanced heart failure in order to discover new medicines to treat and improve quality of life for patients with this condition.
In 2023, Denise will participate in her second Australian Unity Tour de Brisbane. She’ll take on the ride for the second time to support transplant research.
The Prince Charles Hospital’s Critical Care Research Group is revolutionising the way donated organs are transported, addressing one of the major challenges facing the transplant field.
Join people like you supporting heart research
I think this a great cause that genuinely helps people live longer and happier lives with their loved ones, and that is worth supporting.
We choose to support The Common Good to encourage young researchers.
John and Gay
I wanted to do something special in memory of my late wife Kathy & to continue on as she did, always thinking of others.
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