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Investing In Indigenous Health: Cliff’s Story

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 21/03/23

Cliff is a senior Aboriginal Health Practitioner who works hard to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote communities can access quality health care. However, over the past three years, Cliff’s vision has worsened. With so many patients relying on his services, Cliff isn’

How To Protect Your Eyes From Excessive Screen Time

By Dr May Ho | Posted 21/03/23

A recent poll conducted found that one in three adults who work from home have eye strain complaints by the end of each day. Working from home means that we typically spend a significant amount of time in front of screens and while it’s made our lives easier in some regards, excessive screen time ca

How Giving To Charity Can Actually Make A Difference

By Garu Baskaran | Posted 10/03/23

Giving to charity is a wonderful way to make a positive impact on someone's life and help them to live with dignity and respect. You can support those in need, make a difference, and give back to your community.

Community sector groups launch coalition in support of Voice

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 02/03/23

The Fred Hollows Foundation has banded together with more than 140 organisations to launch the Allies for Uluru Coalition in collective support of a ‘yes’ vote in the upcoming referendum.

Health institutions applaud $620m injection for health systems in the Pacific and Southeast Asia

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 24/02/23

An alliance of Australia’s leading health and development institutions has applauded the Australian Government’s $620 million boost for health systems in the Pacific and Southeast Asia

Closing the Gender Gap in Eye Health in Bangladesh

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 23/02/23

The Fred Hollows Foundation has worked to ensure eye health services are more responsive to the needs and rights of women and girls, with improved data indicating that the efforts are beginning to narrow the gender gap in eye health in Bangladesh.

The Fred Hollows Foundation welcomes $620m regional package for health in Pacific and Southeast Asia

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 23/02/23

The Fred Hollows Foundation in both Australia and New Zealand have warmly welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of $620 million funding for health systems in the Pacific and Southeast Asia.

4 reasons why corporate social responsibility matters

By Garu Baskaran | Posted 22/02/23

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a crucial aspect of business operations that involves taking responsibility for the impact a company has on society. It is more than just charity work, it is a comprehensive approach that incorporates ethical, environmental and social considerations.

Sydney hiker embarks on 40,000km trip for Foundation

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 14/02/23

Beginning at the steps of the Sydney Opera House on February 12, Mr Campbell will hike 40,000km, through 30 countries and across four continents – all while raising funds for The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Times Fred Hollows Stood Up Against Injustice

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 06/02/23

Fred Hollows wasn’t just an ophthalmologist. He was also a social activist with a fierce determination to help remote communities that were neglected and in need of proper health care. Even three decades after his passing, Fred’s legacy lives on through The Fred Hollows Foundation which continues t

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