Seventh-day Adventists in Australia have opened their hearts to support the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan by donating more than $500,000 to ADRA's relief effort. Thank you for your generosity!
3 out of 4 poor people are women. This Christmas you can help restore the broken relationships by purchasing a gift from our Christmas tree or by setting up your own ADRA Christmas Tree.
ADRA has begun its next wave of aid that will see 2,500 families affected by Typhoon Haiyan assisted with life-saving resources.
ADRA thanks all those who responded generously to support people affected by the recent bushfire crisis in NSW.
Two million people have fled Syria - more than half are children. Help secure their futures today.
Latrines built in remote, northern Laos as part of ADRA's Integrated Development Initiative will improve community health and sanitation, while other aspects include improving resilience and food security.
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.
In an extraordinary show of compassion and generosity, Seventh-day Adventists in Australia have opened their hearts to support the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines through the Adventist Development and Relie..
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) would like to thank all those who responded generously to support people affected by the recent bushfire crisis in NSW. The fires destroyed hundreds of homes ..
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has today begun its next wave of aid that will see 2,500 families affected by Typhoon Haiyan assisted with life-saving resources in the coming days. The respo..
Recent BlogsOur blog features stories, topics and discussions from contributors within ADRA, staff members and partners.
Review: The World is Not Ours to Save
Nathan Brown reviews a book on social justice that is both sobering and liberating.11-Dec-2013
An important message
A brief update from Beryl Hartmann, on the ground in the Philippines responding to Typhoon Haiyan.09-Dec-2013
Air force one end - ADRA the other
Braden Blyde reports from the Typhoon Haiyan command centre in the Philippines.22-Nov-2013
The Devil's Disciples
ADRA CEO Mark Webster ponders the importance of our actions in determining what kind of disciples we really are.11-Nov-2013
The Missing Chapter on Revival
Nathan Brown explores the Biblical importance of social justice, based on Isaiah 58.07-Nov-2013
Promoting Sustainable Practice
Sustainable development addresses poverty issues over the long-term. This is Lizi's story.31-Oct-2013
Helping the Church make change
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is helping create change in PNG. Read here to find out how.24-Oct-2013
'I have two bad choices - return to danger and give my children an education; or, stay in safety and watch them loose out.'16-Oct-2013
Harwood Lockton challenges the morality of many corporations avoiding tax in Australia, and challenges us to act ethically.17-Oct-2013
Emergencies: ADRA responds
When disasters strike, ADRA helps people recover. Here's a quick summary from Myanmar, Syria and India.15-Oct-2013
Making a difference in a disaster
How does ADRA prepare in advance for disasters and emergencies? Kevin Munro explains.08-Oct-2013
Review: The Faith Effect
Nathan Brown reviews The Faith Effect, a study series calling on Christians to "do justice."01-Oct-2013
Run through the night
A group of supporters ran all night to raise money for ADRA—check out their incredible video!26-Sep-2013