Ways to Donate
You can make a difference
"If it wasn’t for Flinders, I don’t know what would have happened…"
These are the words that the Flinders Foundation team hear so often from people like you and your loved ones.
Every minute of every day, doctors, nurses and researchers across the Flinders medical precinct deliver life, save lives and change lives. They are alongside you for the most special moments, and there to guide you through some of the most difficult. Flinders has, and always will be, there for you and your family.
At Flinders Foundation we see ourselves as partners with the community, ensuring that whenever you need Flinders, you are given the best possible chance of a positive health experience and outcome. This means our Foundation is investing in the best care, the best treatments, the best equipment, and the best minds, to work together to solve some of our greatest health challenges.
By joining us and making a donation, fundraising for us, or becoming a partner of Flinders Foundation, you become part of a league of extraordinary supporters who too believe in the very best at Flinders. You help provide care for those who need it most; you help give hope as new treatments are developed and cures are found; and you help facilitate innovations and breakthroughs through an investment in world class research.
Flinders Foundation needs people like you to give our community the best chance of a healthier future. Get in touch with the Flinders Foundation team by email or on (08) 8204 5216. Or explore our website and the options below to see how you can make a difference today.
To make a credit card donation by phone please call our team on (08) 8204 5216 between 9am and 5pm (ACDT).
Please send your donation to our postal address: Flinders Foundation, Flinders Drive, Bedford Park 5042 South Australia.
To make a direct deposit, please call our team to discuss your donation on (08) 8204 5216.
Become a Major Donor
Help fund a major project, a piece of medical equipment, research initiatives, or new facilities