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You can help Hepatitis NSW work towards a world free of viral hep by making a donation today. We’re a registered charity so your donation of over $2 will be fully tax-deductible.
Your donations go to helping us provide support and services to people affected by viral hepatitis in NSW. Here are some examples of what your donation can help us achieve:
$25 will help keep our Hepatitis Infoline a FREE-CALL number, so that we can provide free information and support to people affected by hepatitis, including those who have been newly diagnosed and people on treatment.
$50 will help get a Community Mobilisation Volunteer to a meeting with decision-makers (like Members of Parliament), which plays a key role in advocacy campaigns.
$100 will help us to deliver subsidised workshops across NSW, where we skill up workers and professionals around hep C and help to reduce stigma and discrimination around viral hepatitis.
Donating is easy, just use the form below to donate securely using E-Way.
You can also donate over the phone by calling (02) 9332 1853 or by sending a cheque to:Donations Hepatitis NSW PO Box 432 DARLINGHURST NSW 1300
This page was last updated 23 March 2017.