Donate Today To Help Save Lives

More than 5 million children die before reaching their fifth birthday, mostly from conditions that are readily preventable or treatable with proven, cost-effective interventions.

Cambodian Children playing

How to Support or Donate to TPA Projects

Donating online via laptop or phone

Taking Paediatrics Abroad Can accept donations via Give Now, Australia’s most innovative giving platform.

Corporate charity partnership meeting

Interested in becoming a partner? Enhance your social impact by working alongside TPA.

Senior Australian Women

Support our essential work by leaving a gift in your Will. Create a brighter future for children in need.

Telehealth TPA

Share your paediatric expertise with healthcare professionals in rural Australia and developing countries.

Women volunteering

Do you have a talent for writing grant applications, managing PR or enjoy admin? Register your Interest.

Running in the Sydney running festival

Organise your own charity fundraising event and make an impact on global child health.

(Donations accepted from all states except QLD.)

Giving Facts

Young child in medical clinic

How Funds are Utilised

Funds are utilised solely to promote the objects and purposes set out in Taking Paediatrics Abroad’s constitution as registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).

Taking Paediatrics Abroad has full charity status with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission and tax deductibility status (DGR-1).

Thank You to Our Major Donors

Taking Paediatrics Abroad would like to acknowledge the generous donation from MSC Mission, Australia. This founding donation has given great impetus to the pilot year of Taking Paediatrics Abroad. 

Special thanks to MSC Mission Director, Father Roger Purcell and the Board for sharing the vision of TPA.

Mission Outreach
Child in Cambodia

Get Involved

Children born into poverty are almost twice as likely to die before the age of five as those from wealthier families.

Help us improve health for children and young people globally.