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Our Giving

At HenderCare Foundation, we believe it’s important to always look at ways to improve the lives of children and young people; one way that we do this is through community-based partnerships.

HenderCare Foundation supports various organisations and charities, including:


Working with the Morialta Trust Inc., the Foundation was proud to recently offer two grants, The HenderCare Foundation Remote Communities Grant and The HenderCare Foundation Disability Grant.

The HenderCare Foundation Remote Communities Grant

The 2021 Foundation’s Remote Communities Grant was awarded to the Nature Foundation.

Through a range of initiatives, including the Kids on Country program, the Nature Foundation engage with people, resources and good science to conserve the precious habitat of South Australia.

To find out more about the Nature Foundation, please click here.

We also congratulate our 2020 winner – the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF). To read more about the work of the ILF and what the grant will help the Foundation achieve, please click here.

The HenderCare Foundation Disability Grant

The 2021 Foundation Disability Grant grant was awarded to the Special Olympics Australia.

Special Olympics Austalia is an organisation centred around encouraging and supporting children and young people living with a disability to be involved in sport.

Through the Morialta Trust, HenderCare Foundation has recently worked with the organisation in providing a grant to help implement their Young Athletes program in South Australia.

To find out more about Special Olympics Australia, please click here.

We also congratulate our 2020 winner – the Riding for the Disabled Association of South Australia. To read more about the work of Riding for the Disabled and what the grant will help them achieve, please click here.


2021 National Foster and Kinship Care Conference

HenderCare Foundation was proud to sponsor the 2021 National Foster and Kinship Care Conference.

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