ausEE Inc.

a charity dedicated to improving lives affected by an eosinophilic disease

Current Supporters

We would like to thank the following for their generous support:


If your business or corporation is interested in becoming a sponsor/supporter please contact us, there are lots of opportunities you can help us in achieving our mission. Some of the ways you can support us are by providing services, donating prizes, selling our merchandise or sponsoring one of our upcoming projects. We also acknowledge the support in our Annual Report.  


In-Kind Support


Grant Supporters

ausEE Inc. has been fortunate to receive support in the form of grants from the following:


2021/2022 Department of Social Services awarded a Volunteer Grant of $2,150 in their 2021 Families and Communities Program.

In 2019/2020 we were a successful applicant in the 2019 Westfund Community Grants Program and received a $2,500 grant to produce an allergy friendly recipe book. This will be a collection of members submitted recipes.

2018/2019 Department of Social Services awarded a Volunteer Grant of $2,760 in their 2018 Strengthening Communities program.

2016/2017 Department of Social Services awarded a Volunteer Grant of $4,000 in their 2016 Strengthening Communities program.

2015/2016 Department of Social Services awarded a Volunteer Grant of $1,133 in their 2015 Strengthening Communities program.

In 2014/2015 ausEE received $2,000 from nib foundation and $1,500 from Sisters of Charity Foundation to publish our third book 'Olivia and Kate'.

In 2013/2014 ausEE was awarded grant funding from the Queensland Government Gambling Community Benefit Fund for the provision of a nation-wide information phone line in partnership with Access Community Group. Our information line can be reached on 1300 923 043.

In 2011/2012 ausEE received grant funding from Sisters of Charity Foundation to the amount of $1,500 and Sunshine Coast Regional Council Grants Program awarded us with $2,000 funding. This funding was utilized to print and distribute 1,000 copies our second book 'Being Henry'.

2010/2011 we have had support from the following grant programs:

  • Queensland University of Technology - Grant funding of $2,000 was awarded from the QUT Staff Community Welfare Fund as a contribution towards the publishing of a children's picture book about eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders which allowed 'Meet Arabella' to be first published in 2011.
  • Gambling Community Benefit Fund - Grant funding to the amount of $4,450 was received to publish and print further copies of 'Meet Arabella' and fund its distribution. In 2011 and 2012 we donated copies of our book to hospitals, gastroenterology clinics, allergy clinics and other related services around Australia to help raise awareness. 

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