CeremonyCast is proud to support a range of Australian charities helping people through different end of life issues.
We see at first-hand the inspiring work they do in the community by helping people to navigate grief and bereavement, offering practical care after someone dies, reaching out to those in personal crisis, guiding those on their final journey, or advocating on important issues around death and dying. We are glad to give back by regularly donating to these deserving causes.
Street Side Medics is a not-for-profit delivering a free, GP led, mobile medical service to people experiencing homelessness.
Identifying a gap in the healthcare of vulnerable people in New South Wales, Dr Daniel Nour founded Street Side Medics in August 2020. He’s just been named Young Australian of the Year 2022.
With 145 volunteers, and four clinics across New South Wales, Street Side Medics has changed the lives of more than 300 patients. It has treated many communicable and non-communicable illnesses, dealt with neglected medical needs, and detected conditions that would otherwise have gone unnoticed. This includes diabetes, thyroid disorders, hepatitis C, HIV, heart disease and cancer.
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Other useful links:
- Click here to see all our charity donations to date
- Read our advice on preparing yourself to watch a funeral live stream
- How to look after yourself and others when a funeral is over