Australian Registered Charities

Any charity is invited to use eKarma.

If you would like to nominate a charity not presently listed here, please contact us and share the name of the charity and we will connect with them to get involved with eKarma.

If you work in a charitable organisation contact the eKarma team if you would like to register for a free fundraising service.

Classroom of Hope - eKarma Charity of the Month

We provide access to life-changing quality education to underprivileged children in developing countries. We partner with local NGOs who are best practice in developing child-friendly schools in Cambodia and building classrooms/toilets/water facilities in Rwanda. Our model focuses on connecting the donor to the impact by providing proof of impact reports with photos and GPS coordinates. We have been developing 22 primary schools in rural Cambodia to become child-friendly as part of our 'Schools for Excellence" program with 15 schools complete in October 2015.


Every year we receive more than 20,000 calls to our cruelty line and our on-the-ground work involves preventing cruelty to thousands of animals across the state. These animals, once admitted to our care, are vet checked and provided with medical and behavioural rehabilitation, depending on their needs, before they are rehomed.

RSPCA WA relies on donations from the community to raise over $9 million annually. Thanks to your generosity, RSPCA will continue its important animal welfare work.

Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis Western Australia was established in the 1970’s by a group of concerned parents. The Association was a self-help organisation, holding regular meetings to share information, purchase equipment and fundraise to support research into cystic fibrosis.

In essence the work of CFWA remains the same today. We provide education, counselling, advocacy, recreation and home care services. We also provide home nursing and physiotherapy services to enable early discharge and early intervention from hospital.

Millennium Kids

Millennium Kids Inc is a youth led environmental organisation with young people making positive environmental change in their communities. Young people 10- 25 years find an environmental or sustainability challenge and create a youth led solution in partnership with stakeholders. With teams in Australia , Java and South Africa Millennium Kids has been operating since 1996.

Donations will go to youth led initiatives that create awareness around waste issues in our oceans and waterways helping young people create innovative waste solutions in Australia and Indonesia.

Breast Cancer Research Centre (WA)

Breast Cancer Research Centre - WA (BCRC-WA) is a not for profit research organisation focused on providing care and support for women and men with breast cancer. We are one of the busiest and largest Breast Cancer Centres in Australia. Research projects, patient education and support services are initiated by the very doctors and allied health care workers who treat breast cancer patients on a daily basis, in direct response to patient needs, all on a pro-bono basis. Your donation helps BCRC-WA conduct research into the causes, prevention and treatment of breast cancer, allows us to provide information to patients, families and friends and, allows BCRC-WA provide patient support groups and educational activities. More than 60 clinical trials have been conducted over the past 15 years with results from seven of these international trials having led to significant improvements in breast cancer survival, altering the standard of care for breast cancer patients worldwide. A great example of our support services is the PYNKS - a unique and special support group for ladies with secondary cancer. As a not for profit with no government funding we largely rely on the support and generosity of the general public. Your ongoing support via ekarma will allow us to not only start many trials awaiting funding but also new support services so valuable to breast cancer patients and their families.


At Intework, we recognise each person as an individual with different needs, and because of this we deliver flexible, holistic and unique programs, achieving the best fit for people with disabilities to realise their potential. We are committed to providing individually tailored opportunities for our people to participate in employment, education, social and cultural activities both within Intework and the community, and have continued to expand upon our range of services since our inception in 1991. Our distinct individual approach has helped us become one of the State’s premier disability service providers, and we look forward to continuing to provide services that support inclusive communities well into the future. Donations directly support our participants to achieve their goals and aspirations, and all funds are carefully matched to program needs. Your donation could go towards independent living skills programs such as cooking classes, fund the purchase of tools and equipment for the completion of contracts by our supported employees, and assist participants to make their way to and from work safely thanks to transport training. We are grateful for all donations, big and small. In August 2014, Intework helped open the Mandurah Junction Community Garden. In conjunction with LandCorp and Urbis, Intework's Lifeskills Plus participants and supported employees played a vital role in establishing and maintaining the garden, which continues to flourish even today. Intework's ADE program (supported employment) continues to secure long-term, sustainable and lucrative contracts, in addition to renewing existing contracts. We have recently commenced work at the Perth Art Gallery and Hakea Prison, and continue to challenge our supported employees to develop their environmental maintenance skills, thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding with Lochness Landscape Services. Intework's DES program (open employment) continues to demonstrate above-average performance on both a national and State level, with four and five Stars awarded by the Department of Social Services in the Perth South East ESA and Perth Central South West ESA, respectively. These Star Ratings represent the consistently high-level of service provided to our employment seekers - people with disability, mental health issues or workplace barriers - in the open labour market.

Cat Haven

Cat Haven is Western Australia's premier cat welfare organisation, taking in over 6500 cats a year. We are a not for profit charity, funded by donations and our aim is to rehome as many unwanted cats as possible. We are an open shelter which means that we will accept all cats that are surrendered to us no matter how old, sick or feral. We are the state's foremost authority on cat welfare, lobbying for the better treatment and welfare of cats in WA. We operate with a team of 30 staff, over 200 volunteers and over 500 foster carers. We ask that people: adopt, donate, foster, volunteer, bequeath to Cat Haven in their Will. We also offer a great boarding facility, cat sterilisation and microchipping at our vet clinic, and a great in store and online shop. As we receive no government funding, donations are crucial to the running of Cat Haven. Your donations help to keep the cats at the shelter, provide the basics that they need and their general healthcare and surgery if needed, and to run the programs to help get as many cats adopted or fostered as possible. This Labour Day weekend Cat Haven adopted out every cat and kitten at the shelter, totalling an adoption figure of 399 cats over 5 days. Sadly we filled up again very quickly but this amazing adoption statistic helped to ease the pressure on our staff, volunteers and our budget, plus create more space for our poor cats. Help Cat Haven by shopping with eKarma and all your kind donations will go towards the running of our shelter and the rehoming and welfare of our cats.

Growing Change

Growing Change is a social enterprise dedicated to cultivating a socially vibrant and inclusive Australia. We activate unused community spaces to establish social farms and food enterprises to improve the health, social, cultural and economic wellbeing of individuals and communities including people with mental health concerns or those vulnerable to homelessness. By shopping on eKarma you will be directly impacting the lives of people experiencing mental health concerns or homelessness through giving them the opportunity to participate in social engagement, training and employment programs to improve their health,social and economic wellbeing.

Lifeline WA

Lifeline WA provides Western Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to phone and online crisis support and suicide prevention services. Lifeline WA believes that almost all suicides are preventable and that by connecting vulnerable people with support, these people can be kept safe.


Holyoake is committed to bringing lasting change to lives and communities affected by alcohol, drugs, and related issues. As a non-profit, non-religious organisation, we welcome everyone with a non-judgemental approach in a safe, confidential and caring environment. Binge drinking and drug abuse are major social problems which affect everyone. Every year over $15 billion of our tax dollars goes towards managing the after-effects of alcohol alone! With your help we can continue our mission to help those who are affected directly or indirectly by substance misuse. Visit for more details. So please choose Holyoake when you shop via e-karma.


Befriend is a Perth-based social enterprise with a vision of an inclusive, connected world. We live by that thing your Mum always told you; treat others how you'd like to be treated. We believe fostering a culture of inclusion can bring everyone together - and that's what we're creating. Our mission is to break the barriers and social rules that get in the way of making diverse friendships happen. We run the Befriend Social Network, to create opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to meet and mix through social gatherings and events of all shapes and sizes, held regularly across Perth. We also empower people with the skills and confidence to connect with others online, through our eFriends program.

The Esther Foundation

The Esther Foundation is the largest young women's residential recovery program of its kind in Australia. Over almost 15 years, the Foundation has grown from a small drug rehabilitation program to what is now an extensive and award-winning young women's residential health, development and leadership program based in South Perth. The Foundation provides intensive support for young women to overcome life-controlling struggles and issues in a safe, structured and supportive environment. It currently operates 12 residential premises housing more than 45 young mothers, young women and children. The broadly structured program facilitates specific groups and individual counselling to help manage socially prevalent issues and concerns faced by young women, including substance abuse, sexual and emotional abuse, domestic violence, mental health, pregnancy, self-harm, family breakdown, bullying, depression and eating disorders. Much-needed support is received from the corporate sector and public donations to deliver this essential community service to the young women of Western Australia. The Foundation and its programs have been recognised at a local, state and national level.

Youth Focus

Youth Focus is a West Australian not for profit that aims to stop youth suicide. They provide free mental health services to 12 – 25 year olds across the State, at risk of suicide or struggling with depression, anxiety or self-harm. Youth Focus operates out of offices in Burswood, Rockingham, Joondalup, Geraldton, Albany and Bunbury, as well as an additional 12 outreach locations, and has counsellors on site at more than 40 high schools. Their core service is the provision of intensive, therapeutic youth counselling services. Youth Focus relies on the generosity of the community in order to continue providing its free life changing and life saving services. Your purchase today can change someone’s life.

Leukaemia Foundation

The Leukaemia Foundation is Australia's peak body for blood cancer, funding research and providing free services to support people with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders, and their families. We receive no ongoing government funding and we rely on the generous support of the community to fund our Vision to Cure and Mission to Care. We have an unwavering focus on reducing the impact of blood cancer and related blood disorders by providing free practical and emotional support, and funding research to improve treatments and find cures. The Leukaemia Foundation provides the following services: • Accommodation near treatment centres • Patient transport • Emotional support • Education • Information • Practical assistance • Legal Rights advice on Superannuation and Insurance matters Our work also includes raising awareness of the impact within the community, advocacy, and contributing to the international blood cancer sector to improve quality of life for the person and their family.

Puggle FM

PuggleFM is an online radio station for families around the world, aiming to provide parents with useful, engaging, valuable content that can be trusted. PuggleFM produces and promotes audio content via its podcast channels and online radio station that is valuable, entertaining and useful to parents from around the world. PuggleFM cares about families and are committed to fighting to provide them with quality and trustworthy media and content.

Angels Hands Inc

Angelhands supports people with extreme and complex trauma, resulting from experiences of violent crime. This includes secondary victims of homicide ( those who have lost a loved one to murder) and other survivors of serious personal violence. The organisation is the only free, ongoing service in WA, that deals specifically with the most extreme cases of violent crime. Angelhands provides group and individual therapies, holistic healing evenings, retreats, a specialised library and resources. The organisation is also actively involved in advocating for the rights of victims of crime to Government and within the Judicial system.

She Rescue Home

The SHE Rescue Home is an aftercare shelter that restores hope and dignity for girls aged 5-16 who have been raped, prostituted, trafficked, or at risk. Within the SHE Rescue Home, the girls receive counselling, medical attention, food, clothing, education, vocational training and a opportunity for a new chance of a beautiful future. The SHE Rescue Home is a not for profit charity organisation, so all donations made to SHE via eKarma or go directly into the running of the home which in turn results in more girls being rescued from a life of sexual abuse and exploitation. Since its establishment in 2008, the SHE Rescue Home has had 64 girls through the program with 22 girls currently in our care. The SHE Rescue Home continues to support 26 reintegrated girls both financially and holistically. In total, 688 beneficiaries are impacted both direct or indirectly by the project.

Alzheimers Australia WA

At Alzheimer’s Australia WA we are striving to make people with dementia feel they never stand alone. We have a vision of a society committed to preventing dementia while valuing and supporting people who live with dementia. You can help ensure people who live with dementia do not stand alone and it won’t cost the earth. A small donation goes a long way and every dollar helps ensure we are always here for those living with dementia.

Alzheimer’s Australia WA deliver much needed dementia care services, support, world-class education and training programs as well as advocating for and participating in research. With your help we can provide the best care and support possible for everyone who needs us across Western Australia.

Your ongoing support by shopping with eKarma will allow Alzheimer’s Australia WA to:
• advocate for a better quality of life for West Australians living with dementia;
• provide specialised dementia care, support, education, information and advocacy; • research and develop world-leading, cutting-edge innovations and care approaches to assist people with dementia and enhance their lives;
• work towards a future without dementia;
• increase the understanding in families and the community about dementia and how best to respond to it.

100 Women

100 Women enables everyday people to be involved in creating a world where all women and girls can live safely with access to health, education and economic freedom. Our vision is to ignite women’s philanthropy through the power of collective giving.

We believe every woman should have the opportunity to live with access to safety, health, education and economic opportunities and do this by combing donations and knowledge to provide impactful grants.

In 2014 our grants provided Starting Over Support and life changing workshops to women in Western Australia effected by domestic violence through Zonta House. We provided more than 4000 Women with sustainable feminine hygiene products in partnership with the Global Development Group and provided funds for training regional health ambassadors through rural India through Opportunity International. Your donation received simply by shopping online with will allow us to reach more women, in more locations over the coming years.

Breast Cancer Care WA

Breast Cancer Care WA is a not for profit organisation that provides personalised emotional, practical and financial support and services to men and women affected by breast cancer, their carers and their families.

Receiving no government funding, Breast Cancer Care WA relies on the generosity of the WA community in order to provide its range of services at no charge. Every person has a unique experience with breast cancer, so we provide tailored support with our range of services designed to alleviate some of the stresses that may be faced after diagnosis, during treatment and in the long term.

Rotary Club of Perth

At the "Heart" of Perth's Professional Community

The Rotary Club of Perth gets involved in larger projects that need a broad input from proven and aspiring leaders to make them work. It is about having a passion for change and being at the heart of the community, while using our experience to make a difference.

The Rotary Club of Perth has an impressive History of getting things done, a couple of key projects embraced by the club include:

Path of Hope; A joint initiative between RoP and the Salvation Army to help end the cycle of domestic violence by funding the delivery of outreach services to families once they exit Perth refuges. The project will also develop links with other services to provide education and awareness programmes and a special learning centre.

Passages: A major club project Passages is a joint venture between the Rotary Club of Perth and the St Vincent de Paul Society, helps marginalised homeless and troubled youth. It acts as a referral centre and ensures provision of services such as “the street doctor”, Centrelink, Youthlink, legal assistance and combating drug abuse


The ICEA (Indigenous Communities Education & Awareness) Foundation is a youth-run not-for-profit organisation. We bring together young Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in a fun and friendly environment to create positive shared experiences, building enduring relationships and promoting cultural understanding. We work closely with young people in remote Indigenous communities in North Western Australia and High Schools in the Perth metropolitan area. We are committed to creating positive environments for young Australians to come together and develop a greater understanding and appreciation of each other’s cultures.

We believe that through respecting and understanding each other’s cultures in a positive and friendly environment, we can achieve progress towards national reconciliation.

Nulsen Disability Services

Nulsen is one of Western Australia's leading disability service providers with a focus on providing a range of high quality services and support for people with complex disabilities. Our mission is to enable people with disabilities to lead the life they want while maintaining their wellbeing. Our vision is to collaborate with people with disabilities and families so they have the opportunity to live a good life. To achieve this, we employ over 550 dedicated and courageous support workers and other staff to support more than 173 people living across 36 homes. By shopping through eKarma and selecting Nulsen as your preferred charity, your donation will assist in the continued quality of care and support for people with complex disabilities in the community.