HOPE4HEALTH’s activities are divided into a number of portfolios. These include the Local portfolio which encourages students to participate in projects that have tangible benefits for our local Gold Coast community, the Rural portfolio which promotes health careers in rural and remote Queensland communities, the Indigenous portfolio which supports positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health messages to students and the wider community and the International portfolio which aims to improve health outcomes for international communities both at home and abroad.
HOPE4HEALTH also has a dedicated project development arm called Ubuntu Through Health. This group of motivated students, aim to promote positive health outcomes in developing regions and assist in the realisation of health equality at home and abroad. This is primarily achieved through the development of sustainable projects coupled with tailored financial assistance to health clinics in developing communities.
Lastly the Jazz Dinner Dance (JDD), HOPE4HEALTH’s annual corporate fundraiser, raises money for a selected project each year. In 2013, all proceeds from the JDD will be donated to Project PNG – a joint HOPE4HEALTH and QRME project to establishing an ongoing medical aid and training program in rural Papua New Guinea (PNG).