ANZAC Health and Medical Research Foundation
The ANZAC Health and Medical Research Foundation, a charitable foundation legally incorporated in 1995 as a company limited by guarantee, was established on the occasion of the "Australia Remembers" campaign, marking the 50th year since the end of World War II, to develop health and medical research by constructing a new research institute on the grounds of Concord Hospital, a teaching hospital of the University of Sydney operating within the Sydney South West Area Health Service.
Links to information about the ANZAC Health and Medical Research Foundation and how you can help to maintain its growth and development follow:
Governance Information includes:
► Director's Report - link here
► Chair's Report - link here
► Board Members - link here
► Annual Report - link here
► Staff - link here
Donations and Bequests information includes:
► Donations - link here
► About Bequests - link here
► On-line Donation Enquiry form - link here
► Download the "Giving Opportunities" form - link here
About our logo
The ANZAC Research Foundation logo features Private George ‘Dick’ Whittington, 2/10th Battalion, being aided by Papuan orderly Raphael Oimbari at Buna, Papua on Christmas day, 1942.
Source: Picture by George Silk and details from Department of Veterans' Affairs, Australia’s War 1939-1945; more details here.