Charity and Community Links

Clare Lindop



I am proud to be an Ambassador for the Little Heroes Foundation. Little Heroes Foundation is a South Australian based not for profit organisation that supports seriously ill children and their families.

Our mission is to raise funds towards essential equipment and services for seriously ill children and their families. Our vision is to fulfill the unmet needs of seriously ill children and their families, to ensure they have access to the very best care, regardless of how rare their diagnosis is.

Since 1996, we have contributed close to $20 million for lifesaving facilities at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and to provide daily support to families through our Little Heroes Care program.


This October Life Education wants you and your friends to lose the booze to help Aussie kids!
Ocsober is a fundraising initiative that encourages people to give up alcohol for the month of October.

All money raised goes to Life Education, the organisation behind the iconic educational mascot, Healthy Harold the Giraffe. We are a health promotion charity and Australia’s largest independent provider of health and drug education in schools. We believe that each child should be living to their full potential.

Funds raised by our participants (Ocsoberites) go towards empowering more Aussie kids to make safer and healthier choices now and in the future. We don't want anyone to miss out.

The McGrath FoundationThe McGrath Foundation

McGrath Breast Care Nurses help individuals (and their families) experiencing breast cancer by providing physical, psychological and emotional support. From the time of diagnosis, and throughout treatment, this support is available for free. No matter whether you’re in the private or public health system. It’s as simple as checking our website and finding the nearest nurse.

SA Variety BashSA Variety Bash

It’s all for a good cause All kids deserve the same opportunities in life. No matter what life throws at them. Variety – the Children’s Charity helps children and their families with much-needed financial support for things like specialist equipment, therapy, and medical supplies, when they can’t afford it, and when government assistance isn’t available.

national jockeys trustThe National Jockeys Trust

At the National Jockeys Trust our goal is relieve this financial hardship and provide these families with the support, kindness and recognition that they deserve.

As a registered charity organisation since 2004, we have helped over 180 jockeys and their families to overcome their financial woes and cope during these uncertain times when recovery is not always certain.
From our quality jockey merchandise to our numerous functions and events (including National Jockeys Celebration Day), we are constantly searching for ways to raise these much needed funds and provide meaningful assistance.