Volunteers change lives overseas

Equal Health provides free health care to people in need in developing countries which makes a profound difference to people's lives.

Our health professional volunteers bring sight to the blind, relief from dental pain, freedom of movement and improved health through providing access to multi-disciplinary health care.

Imagine not being able to go to the doctor when you're unwell or to the dentist when you have a toothache. This is the reality many people in India and other developing countries face today, who simply don't have access to everyday health services that most Australians take for granted.

Learn more about Equal Health through the following video.

ABC TV Can We Help

Episode 37, Friday 5 November, 2010 Read about the show.


Volunteer

You can help bring smiles to some of the world's most vulnerable people by registering your interest for volunteer aid work in India with Equal Health.

Help provide life changing appointments by making a donation or by becoming a Friend of Equal Health or an Equal Health sponsor.


Equal Health's 2018 Quiz Night

Friday 29 June 7pm, Medibank Stadium, Subiaco Football Club, 264 Vincent Street, Leederville

Gather your family and friends together and book a table of six for $150

Please make your bookings via our TryBooking link

Equal Health Quiz Night flyer available here

Our faceBook event link here

Equal Health provides free health care to people in need in developing counties which makes a lasting difference to people's lives.  Your support will help fund a range of vital equipment and materials.


Equal Health's India 2019 Camp

India 2019 camp - Friday February 1 to Sunday  February 17  in Trichy, Tamil Nadu.

Click here for details and to download the Volunteer Information Kit for next year

See more about the Equal Health Camp by watching our Volunteer Optometrist - Ming Wong's account of the 2018 Camp You tube video


Equal Health's Entertainment Book

The brand new 2018 | 2019  Entertainment Memberships are here! Support our Fundraiser and enjoy valuable offers for many of the best restaurants, cafés, arts, attractions, hotels, travel, shopping and more! Order yours today

To order your book or Digital Membership securely online visit:

Link for Entertainment Book

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Wanted - Volunteer Fundraising Coordinator

With fundraising at the forefront of our organisation, the Fundraising Coordinator plays a crucial role in organising, delegating and executing the tasks necessary to manage a successful fundraising event. Fundraising events include an annual Quiz Night and Movie Night, and any additional events at the Fundraising Coordinators discretion.

Interested volunteers must be motivated and committed to helping others, please contact the Equal Health office at info@equalhealth.org.au


Wanted - Volunteers for the Fundraising Committee

Be part of the team organising social and fundraising events. Whether it be a few hours a month or just helping out at events such as the quiz night, the more the merrier.

Please contact the Equal Health office at info@equalhealth.org.au


Reflecting on what an incredible year 2017 was, we thought we'd share an update on some of the amazing work that Equal Health did in India last year.

Starting with our 2017 Camp, our Optical team dispensed over 2,000 pairs of spectacles. Our Medical team saw over 700 people while our dentists saw 400 patients, another successful camp.

We have a few projects that we have supported in 2017;

  • $5,000 donated to the toilet project - supplying toilets for villages (made by women) where fertiliser is made from the waste.
  • $2,000 injected into an education program for HIV in Trichy, Tamil Nadu.
  • $2,000 to support an assistant teacher for the SEVAI school in Trichy, Tamil Nadu.
  • $5,000 being contributed towards an education program at Shishur Sevay home for children with disabilities.
  • $5,000 towards the Sanitary napkin project at Anandaniketan in Katwa, West Benga l, Providing affordable sanitary napkins to women in low-income communities within India, who otherwise do not have access to the such products, in India teenage girls living in these areas are unable to attend school while they are menstruating and miss on average 3 months schooling per year. Anandaniketan, where the Sanitary Napkin machine will be located, provides residential care to 350 children, adolescents and adults. The residents have physical, mental and/or intellectual disabilities and many are orphans. The machine will also provide employment for the girls we will train to operate and maintain it.

This has all been made possible by the hard work and dedication of our incredible Australian Health Professional volunteers and committee, the very generous donations, the Indian communities and everyone else who has supported Equal Health over the years.

Thank you for making this possible.

There are many exciting things happening for Equal Health in the new year, stay tuned and join us for some of our fundraising events or on our next camp.