The Fred Hollows Foundation works for a world where no one is needlessly blind and where Indigneous Australians enjoy the same health and life expectancy as other Australians.

Fundraising for The Fred Hollows Foundation is a chance to organise great events and activities, interact with your local community, build your self confidence and contribute to a worthwhile cause.

In an effort to make fundraising even easier, you can now set up your very own fundraising webpage. In just minutes you can build your own page and approach your supporters for a donation by emailing around the unique link of your webpage. Each donation is recorded on your page along with any message of support from your donors.

So get a head start and make sure you create an online fundraising page today to support The Foundation's Indigenous Programs.

The Fred Hollows Foundation

The vision of The Fred Hollows Foundation is for a world where no one is needlessly blind, and Indigenous Australians enjoy the same health and life expectancy as other Australians. The Foundation carries on the work of the late Professor Fred Hollows.



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By registering to fundraise on this page, all funds raised will support The Fred Hollows Foundation's Indigenous Programs.

The Foundation's Indigneous Progams focus on more than just eye health. Our work is also directed towards tackling a wide range of social factors that have such a major impact on the health and well-being of Indigenous people, especially those living in remote communities.

On average, the life expectancy of Indigneous Austrlalians is 17 years less than that of other Australians. Through a series of interrelated projects including nutrition, literacy, eye health, aural health, women’s health and workforce training, The Foundation is able to address the underlying causes of health inequity.

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