Raitt Homestead Farm Museum

Our mission is educating the community about farming history, gardening and preservation of the 33 acre farm and the wildlife that lives here. We serve all age groups and have created a strong network of volunteers throughout our 25 years. We need people to donate to help us get through this difficult time as we could not hold any of our fundraisers in 2020 and need donations to help us continue our mission.

Sept 2021 Grants Round

You can vote for free once a week and donate to your preferred charity whenever you want - we add an extra vote for every $1 you give, even more for regular giving.

$50 one-off donation = 50 Votes.

$50 regular giving = 250 votes (50 votes x 5) + 50 extra votes every month.

6029 Charities

Country Education Foundation (CEF)

CEF helps rural and regional youth access post school education and training. Read More

Hill Pony Resources Group

Caring and finding homes for Dartmoor Hill Ponies Read More

Treasure Boxes Incorporated

Treasure Boxes is an SA charity providing vital clothing packs and necessities for children living in disadvantage . Read More

Tiny Tails Rescue Adelaide Inc

Tiny Tails Rescue Adelaide Incorporated is a not for profit rescue run by dedicated volunteers helping rescue unwanted dogs & cats and giving them a second chance. Before being adopted... Read More

Friends of the Vervet Monkey Foundation

Raise Funds for injured and orphaned monkeys in South Africa Read More

Knox Blocks

We provide families in need with a little peace of mind by donating Owlet Smart Socks. Read More
1000+ Votes Charity 2020

Adelaide Koala Rescue

AKR rescues wildlife as well as domestic and rural animals. We offer a free 24/7 service which is 100 percent funded by the generous donations. AKR is a volunteer based... Read More

Raitt Homestead Farm Museum

Preserving the 33 acre farm and farming history through education, volunteerism, and programs that provide a sense of community for future generations. Read More


kogo knits warm winter garments to give to the most vulnerable in our community Read More