Australia is undoubtedly a lucky country. But many of our closest neighbours are in need. You can help bring an end to poverty in justice across Australia, the South Pacific and south-east Asia.
Join The Great Wall trip and help protect young Tanzanians with albinism from witch-doctors and bounty hunters. It will be a life-changing experience!
In Indonesia, Nepal, Laos and Vietnam we are helping communities identify ways to respond to the changing climate.
We launched new resources designed to empower local groups to support their communities this month. Interested in starting a Refugee Support or Community Gardens project?
The NSW coast was been struck by flood and destructive storms, with more than 200 evacuees accommodated in disaster zones from Byron Bay to Kiama.
Thousands of Syrian refugees living on the Jordanian border will be given life-saving supplies to see them through winter. ADRA is providing essential clothing to vulnerable families, the elderly and widows.
Every month hundreds of people committed to change pray with, and for us. We'd love if you could too. Join our Prayer Warriors and pray hope into the lives of those most in need.
Are you ready for a life-changing experience as you help bring an ADRA project to life? If so, ADRA Connections is for you. The trips are filling up fast, so get in quick.
Welcome to ADRA
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia works with people in poverty and distress to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible action.
Communities in a remote corner of Timor Leste (East Timor) have seen dramatic improvements in their health thanks a recently completed Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) project. The Clean Water for Uma-Tolu p..
With flood waters spread across the New South Wales coast, and damaging winds hitting pockets across the state, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia has responded by accommodating more than 200 evacuees..
Less than six months on Hurricane Sandy is all but forgotten, but the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia has not forgotten those hardest hit in Haiti. Today, ADRA announced their support for a project tha..
Recent BlogsOur blog features stories, topics and discussions from contributors within ADRA, staff members and partners.
Measuring the complex issue of poverty is difficult. But one simple indicator of is the distance you walk to collect water.17-May-2013
Maria, is 67 and lives in East Timor - just a 60 minute flight from Darwin. We’re virtually neighbours, but our lives are worlds apart.17-May-2013
WASH Away Poverty
The challenge on World Water Day is to not just recognise and celebrate, but do something. So, what are you doing?22-Mar-2013
Sign up to end poverty
In this year of importance add your voice and keep our pollies accountable!19-Mar-2013
Responding to Climate Change
We've started three new projects helping communities respond to changing climates.06-Mar-2013
Can a building change lives?
Quantifying change isn't just about counting walls and buildings.04-Mar-2013
Entries close soon for ADRA's Just Art prize at this year's Manifest Creative Arts festival. More details here!28-Feb-2013
Sanitarium partnership impacts Vanuatu
Their service to their company, colleagues and customers was extra-ordinary. And so was their reward.04-Dec-2012
Finding strength in disability
It's International Day of People with a Disability - and we're committed to finding new ways to help them.03-Dec-2012
A family changed
Generations of ill-health are a thing of the past thanks to a few simple actions.22-Nov-2012