Pratt Philanthropies have been working with communities for over 30 years across areas such as Mental Health, the Arts, Education, Cancer Care, Jewish Life, Aboriginal Advancement and the Environment.
Pratt Philanthropies have funded a variety of philanthropic projects. We do so in consultation with community partners across a broad spectrum of society.
Visy Cares Dandenong
Visy has a number of factories located in the general Dandenong area so the first Visy Cares project evolved in Dandenong.Read More >>
Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre - A Richard Pratt Legacy
The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre at Peter Mac aims to improve long- term results for cancer patients, beginning with their diagnosis.Read More >>
From the Archive
Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation
Established in 1992, it is Australia’s largest institution of tertiary Jewish studies.
The Pratt Foundation
Since its creation in 1978, The Pratt Foundation has donated over $250 million to thousands of community organisations in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Israel.
Meet the Founders
Pratt Philanthropies was established in 1978 by Richard Pratt and Jeanne Pratt AC with the shared vision of supporting charitable enterprises and adding value to philanthropy.Meet the Foundation founders >>
Real help, for real people, with real needs.”