Welcome to the Australian Horizons Foundation
This Foundation raises funding and distributes to alliance charities, organisations and projects assisting our struggling rural communities
Click ABOUT and OUR HISTORY to learn more
The national marketing arm of Gulf Horizons Foundation
Founded in 2011 in far north Queensland - ABN 49151678161
Meet some of our Directors and team
Some of our Directors: Joe Lockyer, John Bethel, Anita Donlon, Mark Rudd and in background: Jethro Heller (our Alliance Film Maker)
BIG heart for Australia
SMS the word Aussie
Australia's rural communities and people are in serious trouble. Drought and crippling debt has caused economic downturn. They need help - now! Please, watch the MAGIC as you SMS the word AUSSIE, to 0437 371 371
No more suicides!
Our mates are suffering!
After years of enduring drought, financial stress, isolation and watching their farm values denude, many of our toughest rural men and women take their lives. We must help restore Australia's broken rural heart!
Australia's rural foundation
Becoming winners again!
Our world is changing fast. Yet our nation has a chance to be at the forefront in trade, aid, sustainability and leadership. To do that, our heart must be strong! Our rural heart! This Foundation is Australia's national rural foundation, to restore our broken heart. It's Aussies helping Aussies!
Another Indian winner
Indians bringing relief
Eddie is the winner of our latest Indian Chief Art Union. We raise funds via Art Unions, donations and sponsorships. Join us today!
And Another Art Union Winner
Amy had never won anything ... until she bought a ticket to support this charity! Now she is the proud owner of a KIA.
On the road
On the road!
We've started our 180 town challenge, and just completed our entertainment night and the video production of Wycheproof. A GREAT Aussie town! Click the link to go see the video. It's FUN ... and brought great stress relief and some economic healing to the town.
Alliance partners we work with in helping our country towns
Life's tough in the Bush!