Australian author Julie Hogan supports the below charities and is eager to share their good work. See below to find out more about each on and click their links to visit their websites.
The CJD Support Group Network (CJDSGN) maintains a national support group network through which all Australians affected by Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD) or another prion disease, can interact with each other and provide mutual support, share information and discuss relevant issues and concerns.
The CJDSGN provides assistance and support to families who are caring for, or coming to terms with the loss of a loved one to CJD.
The ACNC Charity Register contains information about Australia's registered charities.
It is free to search and is available to everyone.
Each listing on the Charity Register shows details about a charity and its purposes, the names of the people involved in running the charity, as well as financial information and annual reporting. It also notes if the ACNC has taken any action against the charity for not complying with certain obligations.
Bravehearts specialises in education and training – personal safety education programs for children, as well as industry-leading child protection training courses for professionals. They actively participate in legislative review and reform and is involved in public debate on issues surrounding the sexual assault and exploitation of children.
At present, Bravehearts is vigorously calling on the Australian Government for a Royal Commission into the Family Law Systems to fix the ongoing failures of the current systems to adequately protect Australian children.