Ways to give
Your generous support helps with vital medical research, the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment and the building of critical services. This allows The Alfred to remain at the forefront of medical treatment and healthcare.
As the provider of 14 statewide services including major trauma, burns, intensive care and organ transplantation, The Alfred is a leading health service caring for all Victorians.
While the government provides us with the essentials, there is always more we can do to ensure we continue to provide the best level of care to the community. Your support can contribute to our role in saving lives, improving the health of our community, and advancing medical research and innovation in the health field.
Ways to give include:
DONATE TODAY TO SUPPORT THE ALFRED'S VITAL WORK TO ADVANCE CANCER CARE AND RESEARCH
Gary Denson was recently given a prognosis of 90 days to live after having been diagnosed with Stage 4 mutating metastatic melanoma. Gary, who is a patient of The Alfred’s oncology department, decided with the time he has left he wants to raise money to support cancer research and care at The Alfred, as well as raise awareness about melanoma.
In 2008, The Alfred established a Chair in Infectious Disease Epidemiology, thanks to generous funding from the James and Elsie Borrowman Trust. This distinguished position was a major career development milestone of one of Australia’s leading infectious diseases experts – Professor Allen Cheng.
The Alfred’s helipad provides a lifesaving service for all Victorians. For over 30 years it has received more than 10,000 patients requiring critical lifesaving care, including from the Bali bombings, the Longford gas explosion, Black Summer and Black Saturday bushfires and more recently the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand.