Your help makes a difference

The misuse of substances continues to be a major concern as reflected by the alarming statistics:

  • Australians rank among the world’s highest consumers of alcohol.
    Over 3.5 million Australians are seriously and negatively affected by alcohol1

  • West Australians rank among the highest users of amphetamines in the world2.

We are doing our best to help as many people as possible. However, our waitlist is getting longer, and your support will help us reach out to more people who are impacted directly or indirectly by alcohol, other drugs and related mental health issues.

Please help us to continue our purpose with a tax-deductible donation by completing the donation form

You can also support us by sending Holyoake eCards to your family and friends. Click here for more details.

As an organisation, you can support Holyoake via the Good2Give Workplace Giving platform. Click here for more details.

Your support is much appreciated.

1. The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre 2010 2. The Drug & Alcohol Office report 2012

A gift that keeps on giving

A bequest is a wonderful gift that has the potential to enable lasting change for years to come.

Your contribution to Holyoake will help us continue to manage the impact of substance misuse on individuals, families and communities.

If you would like to include Holyoake in your Will, please click here for more information, contact our CEO Lorraine Keane on (08) 9416 4444, or email lkeane@holyoake.org.au

Holyoake would like to acknowledge the generous support of:

  • Government of Western Australia
    Mental Health Commission
    Lotterywest
    Department of Justice
    Department of Communities

  • Australian Government
    WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA)
    Department of Health
    Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

  • Foundations
    Fiona Jordan Foundation
    Paskeville Foundation
    Milton Corporation Foundation
    McGrath Community Fund
    Fogarty Foundation
    McCusker Foundation
    Tim Fairfax Foundation

  • Mining Emergency Response Competition (MERC) Committee

  • Cottesloe Golf Club

Misuse Of Alcohol And Drugs

Holyoake would like to acknowledge the generous support of:

  • Government of Western Australia
    Lotterywest
    Mental Health Commission
    Department of Corrective Services
    Department of Communities

  • Australian Government
    Department of Health
    Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

  • Foundations
    Fogarty Foundation
    McCusker Foundation
    Tim Fairfax Foundation
    Fiona Jordan Foundation