Our life changing work relies on community support.

Your donation to the Kolling Institute will help us pioneer new treatments and improve long term health outcomes.

Through your support, you will be helping our researchers make scientific breakthroughs.

Ways to donate:

There are many ways you can donate:

  • Make a one-off donation
  • Become a regular giver
  • Donate in memory of a loved one and celebrate their life while contributing to medical research
  • Leave a gift in your will and provide a lasting contribution.

How to donate:

Donations can be made online - over the phone or via mail through the NORTH Foundation - the official fundraising partner of the Northern Sydney Local Health District and the Kolling Institute.


You will be taken to a secure payment gateway where you will be able to select the Kolling Institute as the recipient of your donation.

All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

Mail your donation to

NORTH Foundation
PO Box 4191
Royal North Shore Hospital LPO


Call us on (02) 9436 0162

Making an impact

Every donation – no matter how large or small - will make a difference.

You will be directly helping our researchers find new treatments for some of the most challenging health conditions our community is facing.

Events, News and Seminars

Researchers seeking closer ties with industry

Researchers seeking closer ties with industry

Researchers at the Kolling Institute are increasingly forging partnerships with industry, with the c..... Read more

Category: Funding support, Research Excellence

Innovative research on show

Innovative research on show

An impressive group of emerging leaders addressed the Kolling’s Neuroscience and Pain Showcase, shar..... Read more

Category: Neuroscience and Pain Research, Research Excellence

Remarkable service recognised in Queen’s birthday honours

Remarkable service recognised in Queen’s birthday honours

We would like to congratulate our Kolling Institute researcher Professor Sarah Hilmer who’s been awa..... Read more

Category: Awards, Research Excellence