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2023 Charities

Thank you for supporting one of Watermark Search International's chosen charities.

Please select which one you would like us to donate to on your behalf using the form below. You can find out more about each charity by clicking on the logo.

​HeartKids is the only national not-for-profit organisation solely focused on supporting and advocating for all people impacted by childhood heart disease, one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia.

Their purpose is to make a real and lasting impact for the Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) community.

They seek to give every child, teenager, and adult in Australia with congenital or childhood acquired heart disease a fighting chance to live a long, healthy, and fulfilling life.

At The Smith Family, they believe that education is one of the world’s most powerful change agents. That’s why they focus on helping young Australians to overcome educational inequality caused by poverty.

As a national, independent charity, every day they work with thousands of children and their families to help them unlock better futures for themselves.

Make-A-Wish creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Their mission is to grant the wish of every eligible child - a quest sparked by the belief that a wish is integral to a child's treatment.

As one of Australia's most trusted charities, Make-A-Wish works in partnership with sick children, their families and medical teams to design and deliver wishes that are as unique as the children who imagine them.

No two wishes are alike - but every wish transforms the lives of those involved, from children themselves to their family, friends, the wish team and wider community.

No matter how you are impacted by dementia or who you are, Dementia Australia is there for you.

Dementia Australia is the national peak body for people impacted by dementia in Australia. They are the source of trusted information, education and support services. They advocate for positive change for people living with dementia, their families and carers, and support vital research. 

They are there to support people impacted by dementia, and to enable them to live as well as possible.

Commonly known in Australia as 'Vinnies', today they have over 45,000 members and volunteers across the country who give their time, care and compassion to assist the most vulnerable in our community.

They assist whoever seeks their support, without judgement or prejudice. They work to combat social injustice by advocating for people who are marginalised or disadvantaged, or at risk of experiencing disadvantage.

Seasons Greetings from all of us at Watermark Search.