“Welcome to the Apex Foundation web page. Whether you are visiting this page for the first time or have been here before I hope you find it informative and interesting. The web page provides details of all aspects of what the Foundation is about and how we operate.

The Apex Foundation was created to administer and manage the funds that were raised by Apex clubs over the years in their National Service Schemes.”

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Who We Are

The Apex Foundation is a not-for-profit charity originally established by Apex Australia. It is the trustee and custodian of a wide range of projects primarily in the fields of medical research; respite care accommodation for the underprivileged; and funding of projects for the disadvantaged.

The Apex Foundation Limited is a company limited by guarantee with a commitment to improving the lives of Australians with special needs.

Individuals, Apex Clubs, Charitable Institutions and world-class researchers have benefited from valuable assistance from Apex Foundation.

The Apex Foundation does not receive direct government funding – it remains an example of Australians helping other Australians in a spirit of good citizenship and community engagement.

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Get Involved

There are many ways you can help Apex Foundation. Membership – becoming a member will keep you in touch with our progress and programs within the Apex family.

Donations – contributing financially is always welcome and with Apex your donation will goes a long way into the future.

Corporate Sponsorship – for the general well being of the Australian community as a whole, Apex invites corporate sponsors to work along side them.

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Our Trusts

There are several trusts held under the Apex Foundation.

Some of these Trusts offer the following:-

a) Funding for research purposes,
b) Funding for disadvantaged individuals or families in need of financial support,
c) Support programs for children at risk in Australia,
d) Funding for one young artist to compete in the Hans Gabor Belvedere Competition,
e) Support respite venues for underprivileged children at : Apex Cooper Coast Retreat, the SHACK and the Chalet, located in breathtaking surroundings.


Use of the chalet is open to any under-privileged children for the holiday of a lifetime.

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The SHACK This venue is available for families as a respite venue.

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Apex Foundation publishes a newsletter every quarter for its members and supporters informing them of the activities of the Foundation.

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Latest News & Announcements

New Apex Foundation Patron

New Apex Foundation Patron It was with great pleasure that the Apex Foundation announced at its recent AGM that Jim Hughes AM has been appointed as a Patron of the Foundation. Jim is well known in the Apex family being a past National President and Life Governor of...

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Shoalhaven Heads Apex Cottage For Kids

Shoalhaven Heads Apex Cottage For Kids One of our esteemed Life Governors, Raymond Vincent, was recently named the 2015 Australia Day Citizen of the Year for the Shoalhaven area. Ray worked tirelessly to get the Shoalhaven Heads Apex Cottages for kids (SHACK) off the...

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Apex Foundation Ltd shared Chelsea's Story's post. ...

Chelsea, together with her parents, would like to say a HUGE thank you to the Apex Foundation for their generous donation of a new wheelchair lift for the van. This van is Chelsea’s only transport for school and her many ongoing appointments. We will be forever grateful 💕

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We wish Professor David David all the best in his nomination for Australian of the Year. Cranial Facial surgery is one of the organisations supported by the Apex Foundation through the Craniofacial Trust. Visit our web page for details on the Apex Foundation. ...

Professor David David AC has dedicated 45 years of his life to working with patients with facial deformities and disfigurements. The medical veteran founded the world-renowned Australian Craniofacial Unit based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Women's and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. Since he established the unit in 1975, David has helped more than 17,000 people. Congratulations to South Australia’s Australian of the Year 2018 finalist, Dr David David AC.

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As the Director looking after the Apex Children’s Chalet (The Magic Castle) I would like to thank all the Apexians from Hoppers Crossing, Chinchilla, Bairnsdale,Braidwood , Blacktown Apex clubs and a couple of retired Apexians, for giving up their valuable time to travel to the Chalet to complete some much needed work. It is fantastic to see a Amazing Apex asset like the Chalet receive such support. Going into her 40th year next year and heading towards giving 30,000 disadvantaged Aussie Children a opportunity to see and have a fun filled holiday. ...

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Work party in action at Apex Children's Chalet Smiggin Holes. ...

Some past members digging a trench at Apex Magic Castle. Ross Cardillo and Jason Hewett

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January 2018 Apex work parth Apex Childrens Chalet Smiggin Holes NSW ...

A couple of Zoners at the Magic Castle work party, representing Baulkham Hills, Penrith and Blacktown. Getting down and dirty.

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