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Pat Cash has selected dedicated charities with whom he works closely

Do Something

Orchid Cancer Appeal

Pat started Do Something! with his Planet Ark co-Founder Jon Dee and Tina Jackson, the former head of Australia’s National Trust. Do Something! is a new type of not-for-profit organisation that brings together the resources of community groups, the business community, local councils, and the goodwill of the Australian public. They work to create and promote positive social and environmental change. Pat is on the board of Directors of Do Something! and plays a key role in the organisation.

Orchid Cancer Appeal

Orchid Cancer AppealPat Cash is now helping in the fight against male cancers. Orhid exists to save men’s lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through pioneering research and promoting awareness.


GOALGOAL works towards ensuring that the poorest and most vulnerable in our world and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental needs and rights of life, ie. food, water, shelter, medical attention and primary education. It is non-denominational, non-governmental and non-political. GOAL has responded to almost every major natural and man-made disaster and catastrophe in the past 25 years and is currently operational in 19 countries in the developing world. It also implements rehabilitation and long term development programmes.

Planet Ark

Planet ArkPlanet Ark is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that was set up by Pat Cash and international charity campaigner Jon Dee back in June 1991. Planet Ark is unashamedly populist! We try to keep our environmental campaigns as positive as possible. In short, we define ourselves by what we are for rather than what we are against. This approach has struck a strong chord with the Australian public, millions of whom have joined in our environmental campaigns.