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2021

Asthma Australia

Asthma Australia is a for-purpose, consumer organisation with a history of improving the lives of people with asthma. They provide disease education, information, research, community advocacy and support to people with asthma and as well as their careers.

In 2021, GSK donated $53,000 over various Asthma Australia projects. This included funding for Aboriginal Webinar Series for Consumers and funding for an educational activity to prompt a different way of thinking about asthma for patients and their support networks including reflection on their symptoms.

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Pink Hope

Pink Hope is a preventative health hub that empower people to take charge of their own health. By providing the community with tools to assess, manage and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer. Providing personalised support every step of the way for at-risk women.

GSK provided Pink Hope with $72,000 medical grant for disease awareness.

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Ovarian Cancer Australia

GSK has provided Ovarian Cancer Australia $60,000 for Consumer Survey & Development of a support and resources plan. In aims to support the engagement of a consulting firm to deliver of a survey and develop recommendations which will be outlined in a Support and Resources Plan.

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Lung Foundation Australia

Lung Foundation Australia is the only charity that funds life-saving research, and champion programs and services to support Australians with lung disease and lung cancer hope to live their best life.

GSK donated $52,800 in Supporting consumer access to pulmonary exercise after COVID-19. During the COVID-19 pandemic, LFA suspended operation of its national Lungs in Action (LiA) program to reduce the risk posed by transmission of coronavirus to vulnerable people living with lung conditions. With community transmission declining across Australia, the Lungs in Action program has reopened in October 2020 supported by a comprehensive Roadmap to Recovery Framework.

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Centre for Community Driven Research

GSK has donated $40,000 to Centre for Community Driven Research to run structured interview of 50 participants to understand how citizens experience Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in their everyday lives.  

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Rare Cancers Australia

Rare Cancers are the peak body for a large range of cancers and CanForum is their annual meeting. Due to logistics required for a virtual meeting GSK has provided $15,000 to assistance with costs towards their November 2021 meeting.

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