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Ronita is 22 years old and lives in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: Richard Wainwright/Caritas Australia

Double your impact

Our goal:

Imagine the transformative impact that $100,000 can have on vulnerable communities around the world.

Together, we can make this happen! A group of generous Caritas Australia supporters have pledged to match all donations dollar-for-dollar until 31 March, up to $50,000. That’s a total of $100,000.

Give before 31st March.

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Ronita and her son, Egzy Grey, in their home in the Philippines. Photo: Richard Wainwright/Caritas Australia

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can support community health workers in running a small, locally-led pharmacy in an urban slum in the Philippines.
a month can help an ex-combatant in DRC attend vital trauma counselling

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will help vulnerable communities to create a better tomorrow

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible

Your donation today can create real and lasting change through:

Education and training

Gender equality and empowerment

Clean accessible water

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Ronita (22) stands in front of her senior high school in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: Richard Wainwright/Caritas Australia

Ronita's goal is to become a school teacher

Ronita faced the gravity of living in a crowded slum in the Philippines. Her dream of becoming a teacher started to fade when teenage pregnancy threatened her chances at graduating from school.

With the support of people like you, Ronita was given a second chance at completing her studies through a flexible learning system.

Your donation will be doubled, going towards helping women like Ronita to arm themselves with the qualifications to pursue her dreams.

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Memory at her technical college near the city of Blantyre where she completed a course in carpentry in Malawi. Photo: Tim Lam/Caritas Australia

Memory’s ambition is to create equality in Malawi

Growing up in Malawi, Memory was born into a low-income family. They rely on farming for survival, which left them vulnerable to food insecurity.

She decided to pursue vocational training in carpentry to prove to her community that women can work in male-dominated industries. 

The generous support of people like you can help other women like Memory to break through barriers and open up opportunities for future generations of women in Malawi.

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Leaia with her daughter live in Samoa. Photo: Laura Womersley/Caritas Australia

Leaia’s wish was for her family to have clean water

Leaia and her family in Samoa live in makeshift homes built from recycled scraps, with no access to piped water. She and her children had to walk long distances to collect water, which is then stored in old refrigerators.

With support from people like you, a water tank was installed in Leaia’s home. This means that her family can now have access to clean water to drink and bathe.

Your donation today will be matched, helping families like Leaia’s in vulnerable communities to access clean water at home.

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Ronita (22) stands in front of her senior high school in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: Richard Wainwright/Caritas Australia

Have your donation matched!

I'd like to make this donation

I would like to give

can support community health workers in running a small, locally-led pharmacy in an urban slum in the Philippines.
a month can help an ex-combatant in DRC attend vital trauma counselling

Other amount

will help vulnerable communities to create a better tomorrow

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible

To read the matched giving disclosure statement, click here.

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