Charity Work

Cancer Council's Helpline Supporting Cancer Patients

Read how the Cancel Council's 13 11 20 Information and Support Service is such a great help to cancer patients.

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Medical Students

Our UNSW Wavelength International Elective Scholarship winner for 2018 shares her experience working in Bourke.

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Warming up some hearts this Christmas

Read how our Christmas donations are helping cancer patients and their families, delivering babies in Uganda and helping young people struggling with mental health issues in Australia.

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The Wavelength UNSW Medical School scholarships in action!

Our two Wavelength UNSW Medical School scholarship recipients from last year share their stories with us…

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Outback fundraising adventures

At Wavelength, our mission is to partner with medical professionals & healthcare organisations for the betterment of communities. To achieve this we follow four core values – Excellence, Integrity, Ingenuity and Heart. Heart is key to making a positive impact.

Read about how one recruitment consultant tackled the Larapinta Trail to raise valuable funds for cancer care.

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Making a Difference With Love Mercy

Over the holidays, in lieu of gifts to our candidates and clients, we donated an amount to the Love Mercy Foundation that enabled the complete operation of their Kristina Health Centre in Uganda for a month. Read below for an example of how our donation made an impact.

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From little things, big things grow

The Love Mercy Foundation was born with their simple mission to help rebuild communities disrupted by the civil war by empowering women through access to education, health care, and income generation programmes.

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Saving sight in Ethiopia

This morning I’m speaking to Dr Wondu Alemayehu, an eye surgeon based in Addis Ababa, to talk about his collaboration with The Fred Hollows Foundation on a project to eliminate trachoma from Oromia - a region of Ethiopia which, with a population of 34 million, is larger than many African nations.

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