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Our supporters

AMRRIC gratefully acknowledges the generous support received from government, individual donors, volunteers, corporate sponsors, Trusts and Foundations, and the companies that have provided valuable pro bono assistance.


AMRRIC’s work has increasingly been recognised through the awarding of significant grants from both federal and state governments. This funding is critical to our capacity to deliver an expanding level of best practice service to remote communities. Thank you to the following Ministers, government departments and Aboriginal organisations for their generous support:

Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA), Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet NT
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion
Federal Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, AAWS
Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, Animal Welfare Branch
Department of Social Services Northern Territory Department of Health, Environmental Health Branch
Northern Territory Environmental Protection Agency

Corporate sponsors

International Fund for Animal Welfare
International Dog Academy
Leading Edge Partnership
Grey Healthcare Group
Royal Canin
Aboriginal HealthInfonet 
University of New England 

Our donors

The generosity of our donors makes such a tangible difference to the work we undertake. Thank you to those special individuals who contribute to AMRRIC through personal gifts. We value your support enormously.


AMRRIC could not undertake its work in the field without the support of volunteers. Volunteer vets, vet nurses, vet students and dedicated individuals travel with us to remote locations, committing their time and energy to making a difference to the lives of animals and people in those communities. We warmly thank all the AMRRIC volunteers who have supported our work - whether helping with fundraising, dog health programs or creating resources for our education programs.

How you can support AMRRIC

AMRRIC relies on a range of support, donations, corporate sponsorship, membership, volunteering, and pro bono contributions to help improve the health and welfare of animals and humans in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Please contact us to discuss how you can become a supporter or volunteer.

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Ph: 08 8948 1768
Fax: 08 8985 3454              

Mail address
P.O. Box 4829
Darwin NT 0801