Help support rural and remote communities across Australia

Your help can save a life 

Help us save lives

Keep our rural doctors healthy and in our communities.  Without rural doctors, our rural towns are at risk. 

Donating to Rural Doctors Foundation helps save lives in rural and remote communities. We’re a small but mighty organisation, and your help can really make a big impact on a rural community.

As rural doctors, we experience the challenges faced by those living in rural and remote communities every day

It’s tough sometimes living in rural and remote Australia. And it’s tough being a rural doctor. Distance, lack of health services and fewer good people make it hard to give the help we know is needed. The mortality rate for rural people is 1.8 times higher than in the city. 3 in 5 rural people don’t see a specialist, because there’s not one close by.

Rural Doctors Foundation was established because we care deeply about the communities where we live and work. And we want everyone to have the same chance at good health. With your help, we can do it.

How you can help

We are so grateful to the kind people who give so generously to make rural and remote health better, and fairer. Funds you donate directly help rural and remote communities, so they get the support they deserve.

To donate by direct deposit, our details are:

BSB: 654 000
Account number: 64175894
Account name: Rural Doctors Foundation Ltd

Please include your name and telephone number so we can send you a receipt. 

Your donation will help rural and remote communities to:

Cope in times of
natural disaster
Purchase lifesaving equipment
Access vital
health programs
Fund important research
Keep GPs healthy
and in their community
Learn more
about good health
Attract and retain medical professionals to rural and remote areas
Access grants for innovative health programs

“I have seen the stark disparity in access and equity of health care in rural communities compared to other regions.

It’s a career path that has seen my family settle in Stanthorpe – a place we are happy to call home.”

Dan Halliday with daughter Grace