Meet our charity partners
The Audi Foundation’s primary method of support is through our Grants Program, where we provide funding to not-for-profit organisations that share our focus and ambition.
Our current charity partners include:
R U OK?
R U OK? is a national harm prevention charity that inspires and empowers everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.
ReachOut is Australia’s leading digital mental health service for young people and their parents. The Audi Foundation is supporting the continual expansion of resources available to the ReachOut’s Parent Community.
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 national children’s education charity that works with children and young people to overcome educational inequality caused by poverty – so they can thrive now and into their futures.
Zephyr Education Inc
Zephyr Education Inc is an Australian charity that supplies children who have to change schools because of domestic or family violence with uniforms and everything else they need to restart their education as quickly as possible.
Audi Foundation has partnered with Youth Opportunities since 2017. Youth Opportunities develops the personal leadership of young people for improved wellbeing, enterprise skills and resilience by supporting a number of Personal Leadership Programs.
Children's Cancer Institute
Children’s Cancer Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to curing childhood cancer. Zero Childhood Cancer (ZERO) is a world-leading precision medicine program led by Children’s Cancer Institute and Kids Cancer Centre at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.