McDonald Jones Charitable Foundation
Our mission is to build stronger communities and a better tomorrow
We are about so much more than realising the dreams of Australian families through bricks and mortar; we are committed to making a difference through our community efforts so that we can help families discover a better, brighter future
The McDonald Jones Charitable Foundation is a registered charity that McDonald Jones uses as a vehicle to distribute much needed funds to a variety of life-changing causes across our building footprint.
Each year the Foundation provides donations to eligible community organisations across NSW, ACT and QLD. We support numerous projects and initiatives across three core pillars, specifically in the areas of Research, Health and Education.
Established in 2012 the Foundation has a proud history of giving back to the communities across our
building footprint. Our team is passionate and feel a sense of responsibility to the communities that have wholeheartedly supported and welcomed us, and for the families that have chosen us as their building partner. We are grateful to be able to provide them with the opportunities that will help improve their quality of life and education outcomes both now and into the future.
We’ve a strong commitment to supporting community organisations and registered charities for projects, initiatives and programs which address important community issues that the Foundation has recognised as key focus areas.
Alzheimer’s Australia Dementia Research Foundation
Children’s Cancer Institute
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
Mark Hughes Foundation
Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI)
Victor Chang Foundation
The Leukaemia Foundation
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
Hunter Life Education
Ronald McDonald House Westmead
Ronald McDonald House Newcastle
Guy Sebastian Foundation
Maitland Hospital Foundation
St George School
Central Coast Kids in Need Inc.
One80tc-Teen Challenge NSW
Kidney Health Australia
MS Research Australia
Children's Medical Research Institute
Immune Deficiencies Foundation Australia