This support allows us to implement new projects,
expand existing services and purchase life saving
medical equipment.

The Northern Health Foundation is committed to working with Trusts and Foundations to identify Northern Health programs, medical equipment or capital campaigns that align with their particular interests. the Foundation has DGR status, for a copy of our DGR and tax concession status, please click here.

For more information about the potential involvement of your Trust or Foundation please contact the foundation on (03) 8405 52897 or at


The Turi Trust: supporting future generations

The Turi Trust is the philanthropic arm of Turi Foods, a family-owned business based in Thomastown. Turi Foods have generously supported the Northern Hospital for many years through donations and sponsorships.

‘We believe in having strong ties with our community,’ says Pina, whose father established the company forty years ago. ‘At Turi Foods we work and live in this community and we believe we have a responsibility to give back,’ she says.

At their recent inaugural gala ball, the Turi Trust presented Northern Health CEO Greg Pullen with a cheque for $15,000 towards an Infant Isolette Incubator for the special care nursery.

‘The Trust as a whole is focused on children and we believe the health of the next generation here in the Northern community is very important,’ Pina says. ‘We’re very pleased to be able to help with the purchase of the Isolette which will help hundreds of newborn babies get the best care available.’

Local support, such as that provided by Turi Foods, is vital to the success of the Northern Health Foundation and local businesses of all sizes can choose to be involved at a range of levels to support Northern Health’s work by helping to raise funds for research, improving facilities or purchasing life saving medical equipment.

‘We believe it’s really important for local businesses and the community to support our health service as best we can and I’d definitely encourage other companies to get involved,’ says Pina. ‘It’s up to us to work together as a community and support Northern Health which will help us build an even stronger community.’