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Help us change the status quo

The Lifestyle Medicine Foundation is supporting the development of Open Health, including research, development, user testing, clinical trials, and releases until it is available in the health system and to the general public for widespread use.

We need your help because the Foundation aims to raise this money from donations, crowd funding, partnerships and grants on a year by year basis. We also need volunteers and pro bono contributors, and in kind support from partners and supporting organisations.

Here are some ways in which you can support us:

Join our mailing list

Register your interest (in the footer or sidebar) so we can keep you in the loop. You’ll be the first to hear to when the program is ready for user testing.


Donations over $2 are tax deductible. More information on donating here.

Partner with us

Partners and supporting organisations are those who want to help us achieve our objectives. They usually provide financial or in kind support and are shown on our website and in some communications. Supporting organisations are usually not-for-profits, community or academic institutions.

Workplace giving

Workplaces can support us in a variety of ways. For example, by establishing a workplace giving program to enable staff to donate from their pre-tax salary.  This can be easily be arranged via the Charities Aid Foundation ‘Good2Give’ program or other workplace giving platform.

Matched or linkage funding

Match funding can be provided by individuals, organisations or companies willing to match, eg: dollar for dollar, the donations we can generate from the public or from special campaigns, up to a pre-agreed amount.

Products and services

Some of our campaigns will require a selection of ‘rewards’, such as for a crowd funding campaign. Therefore we need to source products and services that businesses are willing to provide free of charge to people who donate to the Foundation.


If you’ve got skills, we are always on the look out for pro bono contributors, volunteers and interns. We need a variety of skill sets and in return can offer a rewarding collaboration or an invaluable learning experience. Public relations, audit, legal, graphic design, communications, social media, web development, filmmaking, just to name a few.

Spread the word

Share the Open Health story with friends, family, followers, work colleagues and anyone else via the social media icons below. Just let us know how you can help and we’ll provide you with suitable media.

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