There is much that needs to be done to make the world a better place, and it is impossible for anyone to do it all by themselves.

We can make a bigger difference when we work together. That’s why we are a part of coalitions and alliances that work to raise a collective voice on issues of poverty and injustice.

Find out about these partnerships below.

ACFID logoWe are a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID), the peak body for Australian aid and development agencies. ACFID was founded in 1965 and has more than 100 member agencies.

ACFID helps to provide a co-ordinated voice from the Australian aid agency sector on issues that affect the world’s poor, and contributes strongly to the Micah and Make Poverty History campaigns.

Find out more about ACFID.

We are a valued partner of the Australian Government, receiving flexible funding under the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) each year to implement development and poverty alleviation programs overseas.

Act Alliance Logo.jpgThe ACT Alliance is a coalition of more than 140 churches and affiliated organisations working together in more than 120 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalised people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality, and in keeping with the highest international codes and standards.

We often respond to disasters and emergencies through our membership of the ACT Alliance, but that’s not all that the ACT Alliance does.

Through advocacy the ACT Alliance seeks to influence decision makers, policies, structures and systems to bring about a just, peaceful and sustainable world. Advocacy priorities for the ACT Alliance include human rights issues, particularly for women and girls, and issues related to climate change and the environment.

Find out more about the ACT Alliance.

Ang Alliance logoThe Anglican Alliance brings together those in the global Anglican family of churches and agencies to work for a world free of poverty and injustice, to be a voice for the voiceless, to reconcile those in conflict, and to safeguard the Earth. As part of its work, the Alliance draws Anglican agencies together to campaign on issues of human rights, climate and the environment, women’s issues and gender-based violence, tax justice, human trafficking and more.

Find out more about the Anglican Alliance and Christian organisations raising a powerful voice for justice and a world free from poverty.

The Church Agencies Network (CAN) is a consortium of 12 church-based organisations (Agencies) engaged in overseas aid and development in countries throughout the world but primarily in the Pacific, South East Asia and Africa. Each Agency is accredited with the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to raise funds from the Australian public and is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). The Church Agencies Network Disaster Operations (CAN DO), is a collaboration of eight of the 12 Agencies working to strengthen communities facing humanitarian crises.

Find out more about CAN and CAN DO and the work we do together.

C4AA LogoThe Campaign for Australian Aid is a movement of people, organisations, communities and businesses who believe that Australia can and should do more to help build a better, fairer future for all..

Find out more about the Campaign for Australian Aid.

ReThink Orphanages aims to prevent the unnecessary institutionalisation of children by shifting the way people engage with aid and development. We are a member of the ReThink Orphanages Australian Network.

Find out more about ReThink Orphanages.

Emergency Action Alliance (EAA) is made up of 15 Australian-based member charities who use their reach and resources to save lives around the world. We have joined the EAA so we can improve how Australians can support and donate when large-scale overseas humanitarian disasters take place.

Find out more about Emergency Action Alliance.