Southern Cross Charitable Trust


The Southern Cross Charitable Trust was established by the Order of the Knights of the Southern Cross in June 1969. The Trust donates to charitable institutions; however, not necessarily only Catholic institutions.

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Background on the Trust
The Southern Cross Charitable Trust was established by the Knights of the Southern Cross in June 1969. The funds under management have grown from $100 in June 1969 to some $256,000 in the year 2015. Since its founding, the Trust has made donations to many good causes and continues to do so:

Aboriginal Catholic Ministry (The Otherway Centre)
Archdiocesan Committee for Justice (Vic)
Armed Services Catholic Diocesan Revenue Fund
Australian Catholic Pro Life Association
Australian Catholic Relief/Caritas
Australian Marist Centre (for East Timor Teachers College)
Birthline
Boystown
Catholic Communication Centre
Catholic Enquiry Centre
Catholic Social Welfare Commission
Centacare
Crusade for Life
Edmund Rice Camps, Tasmania
Edmund Rice Centre Services (to assist asylum seekers)
Families of Australia Foundation
Flora McDonald Lodge
Gianna Centre
McCusker Foundation for Alzheimer’s Research
Mary MacKillop International (Assistance in Timor Leste - East Timor)
National Gathering Canberra
NATSICC (National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council)
Parish Family Support Groups
Pregnancy Action Centre
Pregnancy Support Inc
Pro-Life Vic
St Mary’s House of Welcome
St Paul’s School for Blind & Physically Handicapped
St Vincent de Paul Society
Southern Cross Homes
The Mary MacKillop Foundation
Tyburn Priory Building Fund
Vitae Limited (for youth)
Youngcare
Young Christian Workers
Youth-Off-The-Streets






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