Charity Begins at Home
Here at Aussie Man Hands, we don’t just look after the hardworking hands of our tradies. Every month we proudly support our own by making a donation to a men's health initiative.
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter proudly provides a vital 24-7 aeromedical search & rescue service for the people of Northern NSW.
Providing a platform for everyday Australians to connect through a regular laundry and shower service.
The Man Cave
A preventative mental health and emotional health charity that empowers boys to become great men.
A mental health education program designed to break the stigma surrounding mental health and promote positive mental health in team environments.
The Beacon is The Salvation Army's major crisis service in Perth, providing accommodation, case management and a comprehensive range of services to adults who are experiencing homelessness.
A veteran 'soldiers retreat' born out of the need to reconnect men and women who have served our nation. No soldier needs to struggle alone.
November looks at mental health through a male lens, focusing on prevention, early intervention and health promotion.
Men's Sheds WA
Men's Sheds provide a place where men can feel included and safe, where they can work on their own projects and hobbies and give back to their community.
Sept: Backpack Bed for Homeless
49,200 people will sleep rouch on the streets across Australia this year. Backpack Beds goal is to improve, support and give dignity to the homeless.
Supporting men who are at risk of homelessness, living with mental health issues, living with disabilities or men who are ex-prisoners or socially isolated.
July: Top Blokes Foundation
Top Blokes Foundation is on a mission to improve young male health and well-being.
June: Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health
The CRRMH exists to provide leadership in rural and remote mental health research and program delivery.
May: St Mary's House of Welcome
St. Mary's House of Welcome is a not-for-profit open access centre in the heart of Melbourne, providing basic services to people who are homeless and experiencing poverty, severe and persistent mental health issues, and those who are extremely isolated and socially marginalised.
April: Mr Perfect
Mr Perfect is a grass roots charity that brings men together at BBQ's in local parks across Australia, to create community and connection.
Keeping kids alive, out of jail, and chasing their hopes and dreams.
Industry-backed, research-based, suicide prevention and support for the mining industry since 2012, based off the MATES in Construction model.
January: Wayside Chapel
Wayside Chapel provides unconditional love, care and support for people on the streets of Sydney.
December: HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies)
Aims to remind tradies' they are valued by their community and direct them to support services, both local and national, should they need them.
Is the leading charity changing the face of men's health on a global scale, focusing on mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.
October: Young Veterans
Young Veterans has one goal, enrich the lives of Australian Veterans, empowering them to progress and succeed in life after service.
Windana assists over 1500 individuals and families annually to address the drivers and impacts of problematic alcohol and drug use.
August: My Men's Team
Is on a mission to help men from all walks of life, in every community, to be better men, and in doing so, help tackle male suicide and depression.
Parramatta Mission offers programs and services to people living with mental illness, and those living in financial and/or emotional crisis.
June:Youth Off The Streets
Supporting disadvantaged young people as they work to turn their lives around.
May: VincentCare Victoria
Providing housing and support services to men, women and children who are experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.
Through residential and community-based programs, The Buttery specialises in the treatment of alcohol and other drug misuse, problem gambling and mental health issues.
Menslink provide a range of services, including counselling, to help promote the value, well-being and social participation of young people in the ACT.
Headspace began in 2006 to address a critical gap in providing tailored and holistic mental health support to 12 - 25 year olds. With a focus on early intervention, we work with young people to provide support at a crucial time in their lives – to help get them back on track and strengthen their ability to manage their mental health in the future.
January:The HALT Brekky
HALT aims to remind tradies' they are valued by their community, and direct them to support services, both local and national, should they need them. HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies') works in conjunction with communities to host ‘SAVE YOUR BACON’ brekkies.
December: Odyssey House
Odyssey House recognises that alcohol and drug problems can have a significant impact on children and other family members. They provide counselling support, residential rehabilitation and financial support to those in need.
November: The Movember Foundation
The Movember Foundation provides funding towards men's health initiatives and projects related to some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.
October: Beyond Blue
Provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live.
September: Talk Out Loud
Talk Out Loud is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to equip young people with the tools to help maintain a healthy mental, physical and emotional lifestyle.
August: Rural Aid
Rural Aid is one of the largest rural charities in Australia. A nationwide charity, it's focus is twofold – to provide support to farmers and rural communities in times of natural disaster as well as supporting the sustainability of the agricultural sector.
July: Mission Australia
Mission Australia supports people by combating homelessness, assisting disadvantaged families and children, addressing mental health issues, fighting substance dependencies, and much more.
Gotcha4Life is a not-for-profit foundation. Their goal is to positively engage and significantly impact men's mental health via their Gotcha4Life Project, plus education and scholarship programs.
Everyman is a Canberra based organisation focussed on men's issues. They support those at risk of homelessness, ex-prisoners, men who are perpetrators or survivors of violence, and those who are socially isolated. They work with men through tough times, for change that matters.
April: Australian Men's Shed Association
AMSA provides practical support to Men’s Sheds and aims to improve the health and wellbeing of members and reduce the number of men who are at risk from preventable health issues that may emanate from isolation.
March: Tenacious House
Tenacious House is a WA not for profit organisation helping men aged 18+ overcome addiction, anxieties and depression.
Mates4Mates is recognised nationally for providing the most progressive, integrated support programs in the country, which help rebuild and save lives.
HALT aims to remind tradies they are valued by their community, and direct them to support services, both local and national, should they need them. HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies) works in conjunction with communities to host ‘SAVE YOUR BACON’ brekkies.
December: Soldier On
Soldier On provides a range of vital support services to Australian veterans and their family members, helping them to successfully transition from the Defence Force into their local community.
November: The Movember Foundation
The Movember Foundation provides funding towards men's health initiatives and projects related to some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention
If you have an organisation or charity you think could benefit from some Aussie Man Hands love, drop us a line!