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In 2018 we’re giving $30k to Australian Charities based on your votes.
Join Australia’s Biggest Giving Circle and vote and donate to your favourite Charities, not for profits or community groups. In 2018 we’re giving $30,000 to Australian Charities based on your votes and donations.
Our Giving Circle can support those living rough
How it Works:
- Vote once a week for up to 3 Charities at a time.
- Donate for more votes. We add 1 Vote for every $ you give – donations that go to your Favourite Charity and give them more votes
- Share on social media. Tell people your favourite charity and ask friends, family and colleagues to vote for them as well!
- Our next prize draw is March 31st. The #10 Charities with the most votes will share in $5,500 including $2,000 to the Charity in Position #1. See the leaderboard for more details.
Our Giving Circle can support Animal Charities
Are you an Australian Charity, not-for-profit or community group?
Register for free here . Once you’re registered, ask your supporters to vote for you and you could be sharing in $30k this year, plus gaining valuable national exposure as part of Australia’s Biggest Giving Circle. And it doesn’t matter how big or small you are, we’ve set aside prizes for grassroots charities.
Our Giving Circle can support Medical Charities
The Giving Circle FAQs
Can anyone join Australia's Biggest Giving Circle?
How are the winners determined?
Before each prize draw (we do several throughout the year) we'll announce the prizes and how they will be distributed.
For our next prize draw on March 31st 2018 the prizes will be distributed as follows:
$5,500 to the #10 Charities with the most Votes
- The Charity with the most votes will receive $2,000
- The 2nd and 3rd Charities with the most votes will receive $1,000 each
- The 4th and 5th Charities with the most votes will receive $500 each
- The 6th-10th Charities with the most votes will receive $100 each
Is there a minimum donation level?
The minimum donation amount is set at $20. If you're not in a position to donate, you can can still vote for your favourite charity for free once a week and share the Giving Circle with your friends and ask them to vote as well.
What happens if I make a donation?
All donations are processed securely via stripe or paypal and sent to your charity of choice each month. We do not store your credit card details.
If you donate we add 1 Vote for every $ you give.
If I choose regular giving can I cancel anytime?
We understand peoples financial circumstances change, and you are free to cancel your regular giving at any time by logging into your account. Please note however that in some instances we add extra votes for regular giving (we love regular giving!). If more than 10% of a Charities regular donors cancel within 3 months of a prize draw date it can effect their eligibility for a prize
How often can I vote?
You can vote once a week for your favourite Charities and nominate up to 3 each time. Votes cast more often than once a week are disregarded. You can donate as often as you want, and we add 1 Vote for every $ you give as a one-off donation. Please be aware that if you vote using fake email addresses or multiple email addresses your vote will not count. Even if you see the vote count go up, all fake votes are scrubbed before the prizes are awarded.
Will I be contacted by any Charities?
When you vote or donate to a Charity they may wish to contact you to thank-you for your support and keep you up-to-date with the work they're doing. When it occurs, contact will usually be via email, and in some instances telephone. When a Charity wishes to contact a supporter we have strict guidelines in place that include:
- Only Charities that you have voted for, donated to, or indicated as one of your favourites can make contact. We do not share your details with any Charity you have not indicated as one of your favourites.
- If making contact by telephone, they are only able to contact you once unless you ask for more information or consent to be contacted again. Your contact details are not stored for future contact.
- If making contact by email there must be a clear and easy way for your to unsubscribe from future emails
- They must be courteous, professional and polite. We hope you'll be interested in hearing from them, but if you're not, no further contact is made
- They must abide by the Fundraising Institute of Australia's guidelines regarding contacting you, which can be found here
If you believe any Charity is not abiding by these guidelines we want to hear from you and you can send an email with the details to [email protected]
The #10 Charities with the most votes share $5,500
1st = $2,000 • 2nd & 3rd = $1,000 each • 4th & 5th = $500 each • 6th - 10th = $100 each
Each $ = 1 Vote
The votes shown above are a preliminary count and may be adjusted up or down. A final count will be done before we award the prizes. If you work for a charity listed above and are concerned that the votes are not accurate please contact us
Only charities that are registered appear in our leaderboard and are eligible for a prize. If you wish to register your Charity for free, please click here
Save A Horse Australia
We take in unwanted, neglected, abused and slaughter bound horses, rehabilitate them and find their perfect forever home. Your donation supports a horse who needs vet care, feed, rehabilitation and training.See More
Rescue Cats Safe Haven
We rescue cats and kittens from all over Tasmania as well as from high-kill shelters around Australia (when space is available). We provide shelter, care and love for trapped, abandoned, surrendered and unwanted cats and kittens, giving them a chance of a new life with a loving family of their own. We will continue to rescue as and when we can. We have found many new loving homes for many cats and kittens, and the cats who are in foster care are being nurtured and loved after being desexed as well as receiving all necessary veterinary work. New homes will be found for them when they are fit, healthy and ready.See More
Cherry Lane Equine Retirement
Cherry lane rescues & retires geriatric horses who would be otherwise neglected or slaughterbound due to the fact they are very high maintenance and can no longer be ridden.we provide food, grazing, shelter, rugging , and above all safety and around the clock supervision. We need people to donate to keep them fed and going until there last days were feeling the pinch so much because of there high needs and are very worried about the impending winter ahead. Please help us keep these old dears from dropping weight due to lack of teeth which is there main problemSee More
Just Cats Tasmania
Just Cats Tasmania is registered as a Not For Profit Organisation and is a registered Charity, we are privately run and all cats and kittens are kept on private property, we take in unwanted cats and kittens, help with unplanned litters and help educate the importance of desexing. Just Cats is open for adoptions Monday through to Sunday 11am till 2pm - Closed Wednesday's Appointments outside these times can be arranged. With so many Feral Cats in Tasmania, Just Cats also help with trapping strays and removing from properties or desexing and releasing where required.See More
Minton Farm Animal Rescue
Minton Farm Animal Rescue Centre is a free community service run by volunteers to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned native animals and birds. There is no funding for the work which has continued for 26 years 24/7. Over 10,500 injured wildlife have been admitted to the intensive care unit, with equally as many again assisted over the phone, email, website, and Facebook.It is a not for profit charity with the ACNC registered charity tick. The Centre is currently fund raising to build a large , round, raptor rehab facility to be used for birds of prey to flight them and build up their muscle tone in preparation for a successful rerelease.See More
Sweet Shepherd Rescue
We save german shepherds all across AustraliaSee More
Golden Oldies Animal Rescue
To Rescue & Rehome Animals in Need via Ethical Rescue Standards With a main focus on the elderly and frail whom are at high risk of being killed in our pounds.See More
Gifts for Manus and Nauru
Australia?s ?Offshore Processing? refugee policy has left nearly 2000 people in indefinite limbo in harsh and inhumane conditions on the Pacific Islands of Manus (PNG) and Nauru, for more than 4 years now. ?Gifts for Manus and Nauru? supports our asylum seeker and refugee friends at Manus and Nauru through the provision of mobile phone credit and smart phones, sending parcels of much needed items (clothes, shoes, dental and medical items, educational/ entertainment items etc), with access to necessary medications for those who have been cut off from medical support, and through provision of professional trauma counselling through our Therapy4Refugees program. Gifts for Manus and Nauru also refers people to other organisations and professionals as necessary (eg. Doctors 4 Refugees, or to legal professionals). If you would like to contribute financially, please see our ?how to donate? page, or if you would like to volunteer or if you would like more information, please contact us via email or message on the website, facebook page or twitter, or by joining our facebook group.See More
mindDog assists mental health sufferers to procure, train and certify psychiatric assistance dogs. These dogs assist people with mental health disorders whose lives are often severely compromised by anxiety and fear. With their mindDog they are able to travel on public transport, access public places and take part in social activities which have been closed off to them.See More
Saffron on the Hill Dog Rescue
Saffron on the Hill (SOTH) is a not for profit canine rescue group located in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia run from a private residence. Our registration number is A0057209U SOTH provides care for neglected, abused and abandoned animals. All of our dogs stay in our care for as long as it takes them to recover and be rehabilitated. Often our animals require substantial care whether it be physical, emotional or a combination of both, costing hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars. SOTH can only provide a home for rescues through profits raised from the Saffron shop, fundraisers by volunteers, as well as generous donations from the publicSee More
Cystic Fibrosis Tasmania
Imagine being told your child has a life-limiting condition. Imagine being told your child has a life expectancy of only 37 but devastatingly not even half reach their twenties. Imagine being told you and your husband are carriers of this disease and you gave this to your child. Imagine being told your child's body is clogged with a mucus that affects every organ in their body, clogging their digestive system and lungs. Imagine being told your child's pancreas is insufficient. Imagine being told that it will progressively get worse until it limits their ability to breath and their lungs fail. Imagine being told they will struggle to do daily things like you or I, without feeling like they have run a marathon every day. Imagine being told they are unable to interact with other people with their condition, the people who will understand them the most, because of cross infection. Imagine being told that a common cold could be life-threatening. Imagine being told they will have to undertake a relentless daily routine of physiotherapy to clear the lungs, take Enzyme capsules with everything they eat to aid digestion, take antibiotics, vitamin and salt supplements, nebuliser inhalation and exercise all before they even start their day. Imagine looking into your child's eyes, the child who says "mummy can fix anything" and know you can't fix this. And then imagine being told ?..See More