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Nutritious Results for Eat Well Program

A peer-facilitated practical program designed to teach cooking skills and build strategies to adopt a healthier and more nutritious diet. Keep reading.

Making a Difference in SA

BGF has long wanted to help more people living with HIV across Australia. That opportunity has now come to fruition. Keep reading.

Bake Off 2016 - A Winner!

Bakers, creators and cake lovers alike joined BGF for the 29th annual Bake Off event. Keep reading.

Accolades for Integrated Care Program

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District announced HIV/AOD Integrated Care Program as a finalist in this year’s Improvement and Innovation Awards. Keep reading.

Award Winning Work

BGF was honoured to receive the Life Changing Impact Award for demonstrating the power of NILS (No Interest Loans Scheme) to connect and change lives. Keep reading.

A Friend for Life

Lis Luke has been standing alongside BGF for over 20 years. This is her story ... Keep reading.

Community Fundraising - Where would we be without you?

Community Fundraising makes a world of difference to our day-to-day work and there's so much to get involved in. Keep reading. Or, contact Melanie now to share an idea for your own Community Fundraising event or to sell Red Ribbons for World AIDS Day.

Learning the Ropes

“Hi, I’m Ruby, a social work student. Doing my placement at BGF was an extremely rewarding experience." Keep reading.

Welcome Case Managers

Case management services at BGF commenced in 2016 and are designed to directly support clients in the community  –  with a focus on supporting people living with HIV and with complex health issues, co-morbidities or mental health. Keep reading.

Art for the Soul

BGF is pleased to announce that 15 inspirational artworks from the 2016 Phoenix Art program will be on display at Kings Cross Library at the end of the year. Keep reading. 

Thanks to You - Auction a HUGE SUCCESS

BGF’s charity Auction, held in May at the National Art School, Darlinghurst was an enormous success with over 200 guests in attendance and raising just shy of $100,000! Keep reading.