The RACGP Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the RACGP.
For over 60 years, the RACGP Foundation has enabled critical research in general practice, helping to shape Australian primary care for a healthier tomorrow.
Learn about the importance of general practice research for Australia’s health and wellbeing, and why it’s crucial to support GPs to undertake this research…
Give the gift of improved healthcare
The RACGP Foundation depends on donations to continue its work for the benefit of practice and patients alike.
A donation to the RACGP Foundation supports general practice research. It helps GPs build an evidence base to inform the delivery of high-quality, effective care for patients across Australia.
Through your donation, you are making a meaningful investment in general practice research and, ultimately, in our nation's health.
All donations over $2 are tax-deductible within Australia.
Donate today, or get in touch if you are interested in collaborating with the RACGP Foundation.
If you are a member of the RACGP, you can donate through the
RACGP website or through Member Services on 1800 472 247.
Donations over $2 are tax-deductible within Australia.
Partner with us
The RACGP Foundation is fortunate to partner with some incredible businesses and organisations whose support has been instrumental in shaping Australian healthcare.
As the philanthropic arm of the RACGP, we welcome meaningful, mutually-beneficial partnerships with businesses and organisations of all sizes. Working together with our partners, we can deliver impactful research grants that address areas of key need and we can strengthen GP research capacity to support progress, innovation and sustainability in general practice.
To discuss potential partnership opportunities, please contact our team at email@example.com.
“My wife, Dr Jill Rosenblatt, and I have donated to the RACGP Foundation and we encourage RACGP members to consider a donation as well. The advancement of quality health care in Australia relies on encouraging more evidence-based research by our RACGP members. Join us in supporting the work of the RACGP Foundation.”