To help strengthen the communities in which we operate

The Audi Foundation is a corporate philanthropic foundation funded by Audi Australia and the Audi Australia Dealer Network.

We use private resources to deliver public benefit. Our primary method of support is through our Grants Program, where we provide funding to not-for-profit organisations that share our focus and ambition.

Do something good. Win something great.

Do something good. Win something great.

You’re invited to take part in the 2018 Audi Foundation prize draw. Join us in raising money for several leading charities across Australia. In return, not only will you be supporting a good cause, but you will also earn the chance to win an Audi RS 5 Coupé, worth over $185,000*.

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To read more about our focus and funding principles, read our FAQ.

Meet Our Partners

Country Education Foundation of Australia

The Country Education Foundation of Australia (CEF) helps rural and regional communities support their local school-leavers – and in doing so, to invest in the future of rural and regional Australia.

The Smith Family

The Smith Family is a children’s education charity that helps disadvantaged young Australians to succeed at school, so they can create better futures for themselves.

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal

The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) helps local leaders create vibrant, sustainable and adaptive communities in rural, regional and remote Australia. Education underpins strong communities and FRRR’s Back to School program helps rural children in need have what they need to be ready to learn.

ReachOut

ReachOut is Australia’s leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents. The Audi Foundation is supporting the development of the ReachOut platform.

Camp Quality

Camp Quality believes every Australian child impacted by cancer should have every opportunity to thrive. They do this by providing innovative programs and services to develop life skills and strengthen the wellbeing of children aged 0 – 13 growing up with cancer, and their families.

R U OK?

R U OK? is a national suicide prevention charity that inspires and empowers everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.

Humpty Dumpty Foundation

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation, a non-profit organisation, was formed in 1996, to purchase vital medical equipment and services for the children of the Royal North Shore Hospital. The Audi Foundation is helping Humpty purchase more medical equipment.

Charlie Teo Foundation

The Charlie Teo Foundation brings hope to people affected by brain cancer by funding innovative brain cancer research to develop better treatments that will extend life and eventually find a cure.