Community involvement is a fundamental part of our organisation. We rely on community members to help us support the community. If you are interested in getting involved, you can donate to our organisation, or you can get involved by becoming a volunteer and get hands-on experience with our organisation and helping the community.
Below there are links to both of these pages to help you get involved with us in the way that works best for you.
If you are unable to donate or volunteer at this time, you can still help us and the community by spreading awareness about the Bell Foundation and mental health issues. Together we can create an Australia that provides support and help to those with mental a health illness.
“Remember that the happiest people
are not those getting more, but those giving more.”
― H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Are you interested in donating to the Bell Foundation?
It is because of generous community members like yourself that make what we do possible. Your gift means a great deal to our organisation and the community.
We strive to provide the best courses and training to healthcare workers so that they, in turn, can provide the best support and assistance to those in need. With your donation, this is possible.
We take every donation we receive and put it toward our missions and vision for an Australia that understands and supports mental health.
Whether a one time or regular donation, every donation matters in creating a difference.
With your help, we can create change.
To become a volunteer at the Bell Foundation, you do not need to be an expert in mental health issues but have a passion for the subject, a willingness to get involved, and great compassion for your community. If this sounds like you, welcome aboard!
Our volunteers work with us to help run our community events, fundraising, spreading awareness, and working with our staff. This is a real hands-on experience if you are looking to get involved and learn more about mental illness and how it affects our country.
Get involved and make a difference.
“Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect compassion,
unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.”
– Erma Bombeck
This year, do something great with your birthday. Rally your friends to give back by making a difference in Mental Health Research, and start your next year of life with some karma in your back pocket.