Donate To Fronditha Care
An organisation that deserves your support.
As a charitable organisation, our focus is people, not profit.
Your donations will go directly to the elderly members of our community who require help so they can continue living with dignity and purpose.
Major donations have made a big impact to the daily experiences and happiness of our much loved residents and clients.
Growing demand has necessitated the further construction and upgrade of residential care homes.
More than $137,000 was pledged by our community members during our 2018 Radiothon. The funds will go towards the redevelopment of two memory…
AHEPA’s Victorian arm raised $50,000 in early 2018 for Fronditha Care’s Clayton South residents. The funds were allocated to purchase a new…
The redevelopment of the Clayton South Frondtha Care site could not have gone ahead without the generous donations of two generous couples….
Our Templestowe Auxiliary group recently raised more than $50,000 to help the facility fund refurbishment works. A fresh lick of paint, a ne…
Our Templestowe Auxiliary with the help of the Andrianakos and Andrianopoulos family raised more than $47,000 to see the purchase of a brand…
Resident Niki Petropoulos wanted to see a small chapel constructed in the grounds of the THALPORI facility, and decided to take action. She…
The Thornbury Auxiliary worked diligently over many years to raise $140,000 to purchase a new bus for the Thornbury residents. The new Toyot…
The grassed area outside the St Albans facility was transformed into a garden where “you can lose yourself, but not get lost” with the help…
Our biggest cost is redeveloping our facilities and building more to meet growing demand.
Already there are plans in place to redevelop our St. Albans facility, but as demand increases, so will our need to expand. Already in the pipeline is a new state-of-the-art facility to be built in Mount Martha, while more plans are being made to further expand our service provision in Thornbury.
Donations have given us the chance to build memory support units, activity centres, new wings at residential care homes, buy wheelchair-friendly buses to transport our residents on excursions, construct garden beds that are wheelchair height to help our resident gardeners and invest in plush furniture to make their stay extra comfortable.