Support and assistance we offer
GHAF is a provider of NDIS services. We want to support individuals to live in an independent and dignified way and to take part in community life. The NDIS provides funding to eligible people based on their individual needs.
GHAF provides programs in first aid training to enable individuals to provide first aid assistance in the case of an emergency. We equip people with essential skills that could be the difference between life and death in a medical emergency.
Allied health care professionals work with people with disabilities using an enablement approach to improve their health, wellness, and ability to engage in life activities at home, school or workplace. Read More
We believe that no-one should have to live in fear of violence and abuse. GHAF supports people experiencing domestic violence, and helping them to rebuild their lives and overcome many different forms of violence and abuse.
GHAF has made a commitment to improving the healthcare of the people we serve through donations and programs. We provide free access to health services to improve physical, mental and social wellbeing.. Read More
Identifying an individual’s interests, strengths, and help build the self-confidence needed to break out of long term unemployment helps our Transition to Work team support a young person into a job.
We offer financial help and support to individuals who were neglected, suffered from domestic violence, and have been separated from their families and support to those who are not able to provide for themselves. Read More
Giving young people skills, career support and tools to fulfill their potential. We support young people to overcome barriers through supported referrals to longer-term support and bridge the gap in education.
About Global Humanitarian Aid Services
Who we are
In Australia, there are more than 3.24 million people or 13.6% of the population living below the poverty line. That includes 774,000 children or more than 1 in 6. Many of the affected are living in deep poverty on average $282 per week below the poverty line.
GHAF operates as a non-government, non-profit organisation, serving vulnerable members in our communities. We work with people facing barriers to social and economic challenges and assist and support people who require both short-term and long-term assistance through a variety of support programs and services under the NDIS as well as on a charitable basis.
We work hard to improve the health of families in poor communities, people living with a disability, people experiencing domestic violence, youth suport, people experiencing mental health issues, and the elderly.
As a registered charitable organisation our aim is to support the broader community with a growing range of welfare assistance, education and support programs and to focus on long-term development. Our mission is to build a safe environment where families and communities can thrive.