AMA Foundation

The AMA (WA) Foundation was established in 1996, as a means by which the medical community could act to address issues of youth health in Western Australia. Arising out of the concerns of Western Australian doctors and community members, the Foundation has received strong local support.The AMA (WA) Foundation continues to exist as a not-for-profit organisation through donations, external funding and the support of the Australian Medical Association (WA).

 

From humble beginnings just a few years ago, the AMA (WA) Foundation has been able to develop and maintain a highly regarded youth health program, through two main arms, the Dr YES (Youth Education Sessions) program and the Youth Friendly Doctor training program.

Donations to the Foundation


The AMA (WA) Foundation youth program reaches thousands of young people across Western Australia each year. If you would like to be involved in the Foundation’s efforts by making a donation to the youth program please complete the online donation form or for more information contact the AMA (WA) on (08) 9273 3000 or email the Foundation.

Cash Donations


The AMA (WA) Foundation accepts donations by cheque or with Visa, Mastercard, or Diners card. Credit card donations may be made using our online donation form. To donate by cheque, please forward payment to the AMA (WA) Foundation, 14 Stirling Hwy Nedlands WA 6009.

Planned Gifts


If you would like to discuss current or future donations that will help achieve your financial and estate plans please contact Noelle Jones at the AMA (WA) Foundation on (08) 9273 3000 or by email foundation@amawa.com.au.

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