Autumn Appeal 2020
Help Us Fight Appeal
The impacts of coronavirus will linger for some time. While we come to terms with the new normal, Mercy Health must be prepared for any future outbreak or emergency that comes our way.
Mercy Health Foundation Critical Coronavirus Appeal
Mercy Health is on the frontline of the defence against coronavirus. Our doctors, nurses, aged care staff and community carers are continuing to make a difference to people who need us, when the world around them has shut down.
Everything we do at Mercy Perinatal is done to bring more mothers and babies safely home together. Your contribution provides vulnerable babies with a better start to life, so that every family can celebrate the joy of children.
Mercy Health Breastmilk Bank
Supporting the expansion of Victoria's only Breastmilk Bank, to provide sick and premature babies with access to breastmilk and the best possible start to life.
Our Imagine Fund supports aged care residents to achieve something special. By giving to the Imagine Fund, you help an older person live a long-held dream.
Preparing for the end of life is a deeply intimate and personal experience. Mercy Health Foundation supports our palliative care patients, residents, their families and loved ones, to provide comfort as people approach the end of life.
Compassionate Support Fund
Mercy Health Foundation's Compassionate Support Fund provides support to our residents, clients, patients and their families who are experiencing financial and social disadvantage.
Emergency Accommodation & NICU
Supporting families through their experience at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. By contributing to Emergency Accommodation & NICU, you can help give babies and families a better start to life.
Through Local Improvements, the Foundation supports a range of initiatives in health, aged and community care. From playgrounds and gardens, to equipment — and even a pub — the Local Improvements program gives all those for whom we care a better experience of Mercy Health.
Christmas Appeal 2019
Christmas Appeal 2018
Aged Care Collaborative Research
Sheila Handbury Chair of Maternal Fetal Medicine
Last reviewed May 14, 2019.