How you can help SOS Health Foundation

Volunteer

Sometimes the best thing you can donate is your time. Whether you give a few hours, a week, or more; others will benefit immensely from your contribution. Volunteers are critical in fulfilling our vision for significance by using your time, skills and expertise in providing essential clinical health services in urban and remote communities around Australia. Your experience in physiotherapy and related services are of particular value, however special skills are not always required. We’re looking for people to join our Health Outreach Missions, pro bono physio clinic and physical fitness programs, in our office and at events. Find out how you can lend a hand and make a difference in another’s life.

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Donate

With your generous gift, we can continue to provide physiotherapy and related health services where and when needed. SOS Health Foundation does not receive government funding and relies entirely on our supporters to fund initiatives that sustainably and positively impact the health of individuals and communities who have little or no access to allied health services. We understand that when you donate, you’re entrusting us with the responsibility to make your money work where it can be most effective. Our promise is to ensure 100% of all donations directly impact the health of disadvantaged Australians. Every dollar counts.

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Join a Fundraiser Event

Join us in raising funds to support health improvements for the disadvantaged. There are so many ways you can help. Create your own community fundraising event or join one of ours – work4significance Day®, Walk4Significance or the SOS Winter Gala. Get fit and have some fun while you Cycle, Walk or Run in a major public fundraising event of your choice. Set up a fundraising page and select SOS Health Foundation as your charity of choice. We are here to support you so we’d love to hear what you are doing.

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 Christopher