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Philanthropic investments

Making philanthropic investments through the Heart Foundation can transform Australians’ health.

The Heart Foundation is the only national organisation in Australia wholly dedicated to reducing the impact and severity of cardiovascular disease.  

Your investments contribute to ground-breaking research and translate those discoveries into practical programs that help our community.

By investing philanthropically through the Heart Foundation, you can partner with us in our shared ambition to eliminate Australia’s number one killer. 

Philanthropic investments through the Heart Foundation    

A philanthropic investment is more than a gift. Your ambitions and passions can become a reality through our work. Investments over $50,000 help researchers and health professionals deliver long-lasting and large-scale change to our community. 

Our team is here for you

Making a significant philanthropic investment should be as easy for you as possible, which is why we have a dedicated team to guide you through your journey. Importantly, we will help bring your vision to life in a way that’s meaningful to you. 

Please contact a member of our team to start the conversation and uncover how we can reduce the severity and impact of heart disease in Australia together:

  • Guy Elron, Senior Philanthropic Partnerships Advisor – 02 8922 2309 
  • Lyn Davies (VIC), Senior Relationships Coordinator – 03 9321 1523 
  • Fiona Gardiner, Development Manager (WA)  - 08 9382 5906
  • ​Amanda McMahon, Development Manager (VIC/TAS) – 0477 735 144

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