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Just like adults, young people’s and children’s experience of loss and grief can manifest itself in many ways

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Social return on investment

2019 GriefLine’s Social Return on Investment (SROI ) Is valued at $8,309,329.12

What is SROI? In its simplest definition, SROI is the extra financial value an organisation receives that is not reflected in conventional financial accounts. It can include goods or services in kind, sponsorship and volunteers.

Like most NFP’s the lifeblood of GriefLine is its volunteers with an enormous amount of hours contributed annually to support the services and programs of the organisation.

GriefLine relies on funding and pro bono support to provide services to the community and would like to say thank you by listing all the people, businesses and organisations that have donated and supported GriefLine to date.

Past & Present supporters include:

Generosity of Individuals & General Donations

  • Barbara Cooper Estate of the Late Dalia Millingen 
  • Estate of the late Pat Williamson Gail and Kevin Donovan
  • Jo Miller 
  • Paul Munday 
  • Self Help Addict
  • Cabaret Gaming
  • Good to Give

Business, Organisations and Government Departments

  • Bendigo Bank 
  • City of Glen Eira
  • City of Kingston
  • MediaWise 
  • Inner South East Community Services
  • RMIT
  • Swinburne University
  • Monash University
  • Melbourne University
  • Catholic Social Services
  • Department Health 
  • Department of Social Security
  • Magistrates Court
  • Bentleigh Football Club

Philanthropy, Trusts and Foundations

  • ANZ Staff Foundation 
  • Commonwealth Bank Community Grants 
  • Datt Family Foundation 
  • Federal Government Stronger Communities Programme 
  • Kingston Charitable Foundation
  • Leith Foundation 
  • Lions Club of Beaumaris
  • Lions Club of Mordialloc/Mentone 
  • Magistrates Court of Victoria 
  • Sisters of the Little Company of Mary 
  • Sisters Of St John
  • Sisters Of Charity Foundation 
  • Somali Community Association
  • The Chamberlain Foundation 
  • The Tucker Foundation 
  • Mary McKillop Foundation
  • Miller Foundation

Bipartisan Support (Past & Present)

  • Ann Barker MP Member of ALP-President of Oakleigh ALP Branch
  • Andrea Coote MP Member of Liberal Party-State Member for Oakleigh, parliamentary Secretary for Family & Community Services.
  • Simon Crean MP Member of ALP-Member for Hotham
  • Catherine King MP Member of ALP-Minister for Regional Australia, Local Government & Territories
  • Georgia Crozier MP Member of Liberal Party-State Member for Oakleigh
  • Andrew Robb MP Federal Minister for Goldstein-Shadow Minister for Finance, Regulation & Debt Reduction
  • David Southwick MP Member of Liberal Party-State Member for Caulfield
  • Mary Woolridge MP Member of Liberal party- Minister for Health and Community Services, Minister for Disability Services & Reform
  • Tim Wilson, MP Member of the Liberal Party
  • Greg Hunt, Member of the Liberal Party, Member of the Australian House of Representatives, Minister for Health
  • Nick Staikos, Member of Labour Party
  • Steve Dimopoulos, Member of ALP

Pro Bono

Agencies that Refer to GriefLine

  • Lifeline
  • Men’s Line
  • Support Link
  • SES
  • Quitline
  • Salvation Army
  • Case Managers
  • Anglicare
  • Emergency Services 000
  • Coroner’s Court
  • Beyond Blue
  • Crisis Line
  • Anxiety Helpline
  • CFA & Fire Services
  • Nurse On Call
  • Rural Support services
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Hospitals & Outreach Services
  • Cancer Council
  • Helpline Australia
  • Police
  • Women’s Rural Services
  • Suicide Helpline
  • Grief Counsellors
  • Directory Assistance Universities
  • Nurse and Midwife Support