Did you know that you can donate to the NRHA to assist in our work?

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The National Rural Health Alliance is clearly focussed on the need to improve health outcomes for the almost seven million Australians that live in rural and remote areas. We undertake a range of activities on behalf of our member organisations to provide advice and assistance to decision-makers about the impact that programs and services are having in improving health outcomes for country people.

Your donation can assist us to deliver even more services and support to rural communities. The Alliance is the peak body responsible for rural and remote health, we produce information and resource materials that are widely accessed by health service planners, providers, academic institutions, other peak bodies, not for profit organisations and government agencies from across Australia. Our focus on the development of policies that recognise the particular circumstances of people living in rural and remote Australia is also an important area of work. We are sought out by governments at all levels to provide input and advice into the broad range of issues that impact on people’s health and wellbeing.

Should you wish to donate, please do so by accessing our donations page - http://www.ruralhealth.org.au/donate

The Alliance is registered as a charitable organisation with the Australian  Charities and Not for profit Commission (ACNC) and all donations are tax deductible.

Don’t forget also, if you would like to support us on an ongoing basis, you can join Friends of the Alliance. Membership costs are very affordable and if you join now your membership fee will be waived for the remaining part of this financial year!  

Friends keep the Alliance connected and informed, and as a Friend you will have opportunity to:
•    connect with other like-minded rural and remote people and organisations;
•    have your voice heard on the health needs of your community; and
•    share positive solutions.

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