Our thanks go to our generous donors and partners who have contributed to the outstanding research programs supported by the Raine Foundation. This ongoing support has enabled the expansion of our programs and increased funding for leading research in WA.
We welcome any future donations and the opportunity to talk to you about how your support will benefit medical research in WA.
We welcome enquiries from not-for-profit, government, and corporate organisations that align with the Raine Foundation mission and core values in the advancement of medical research outcomes for the community. Please contact Dr Amanda Cleaver, Raine Foundation Director, for a confidential conversation about potential partnership or sponsorship opportunities.
The BrightSpark Foundation has a proud history of supporting child health research in WA. In June 2015 the BrightSpark Raine Alliance was formed with the Raine Foundation, as a strategic partnership to enhance opportunities for emerging WA scientists to undertake research that improves health outcomes for children.
The Charter Hall Group, one of Australia’s leading property developers, led the Raine Square redevelopment project which concluded in 2019. During the redevelopment, they have generously focused their fundraising activities on supporting child health research through the Raine Medical Research Foundation programs.
The late Edith Elaine Cockell bequeathed a sum of money to the University of Western Australia for the purpose of facilitating research into the cause and treatment of mental illness.
The Healy Foundation was established in 1970 through a generous bequest to the University of Western Australia by the late Patrick Burselum and Mary Estelle Healy, and has a proud history of supporting medical research.
The Stewart Family Foundation has generously donated funds to the BrightSpark Foundation to support early career researcher priming grants in the area of child health.
The Forrest Research Foundation Visiting Fellowship Program provides accommodation at Forrest Hall for distinguished Professors visiting WA. This program has supported the visits of our Raine Visiting Professors since 2018.
The WA Department of Health partnered with the Raine Foundation in 2011 to establish the Clinician Research Fellowship program, to provide support to clinicians who wish to develop their research capability and improve health care outcomes.
The late Mary Strachan bequeathed a sum of money for the purpose of funding medical research.
The Wong family generously donated funds to support a publication prize in the area of cardiovascular disease that facilitates conference travel, networking and research collaboration.
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