Today is our fourth of 5 days of donations to support charities working with vulnerable communities during a health and economic crisis.
Today’s two charities are again driven by the interests of our children.
Our first child was keen to support children who are left without stable homes, or possibly families, by COVID-19. For this one we chose a large and well-known charity with a global footprint: UNICEF. They have a COVID-19 overview page.
UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working to protect and improve the lives of every child in over 190 countries.
Promoting the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do. We protect and advocate for the rights of every child in Australia and overseas. We provide life-saving support and protection for children during emergencies and crises.UNICEF Australia – United Nation’s Children’s Fund
Our second child wanted to help Indigenous Australians, so in addition to yesterday’s donation to Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation, we have made a donation to The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council, which is an Indigenous governed peak body for Aboriginal health services. They already have COVID-19 resources in place.
The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council (AH&MRC) assists the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across NSW to ensure they have access to an adequately resourced and skilled workforce to provide high-quality health care services for Aboriginal communities.Who we are » Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW
You can donate to AH&MRC online.
What groups around you are scared of the impacts of COVID-19 and associated economic shocks? Can you help them?
- 5×2: support your community, it’s hurting and scared and it needs your help
- 5×2: Médecins Sans Frontières and The Haymarket Foundation
- 5×2: FoodCare Orange and GiveDirectly
- 5×2: Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi and YoungCare
- 5×2: UNICEF and Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council
- 5×2: news from the organisations
- 5×2: Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and ACON