St Vincent's Clinic Foundation was established in 1992 to further the educational and research objectives of the Clinic. A passionate belief that research and education are essential to quality clinical care has seen the initial donation of $1000 from St Vincent's Private Hospital Sydney grow to over $15 million and the Foundation now provides substantial support for research on the St Vincent's Darlinghurst Campus and the St Joseph's Auburn Campus.
The research funded covers a wide range of projects including medical research, basic research, multidisciplinary research and also has an emphasis on supporting young and upcoming researchers on the Campus. Click here for more information on our research grants.
The Foundation is proud to have contributed more than $12 million in funding for research and education projects across the St Vincent's Campus and St Joseph's Hospital, contributing to the exceptional research reputations of St Vincent's.
- ABN 49 894 561 362
- St Vincent's Clinic is a Public Ancillary Fund and is registered with the ACNC
- St Vincent's Clinic Foundation has deductible gift recipient status
- Board of Trustees - Click here for biographies of the Trustees
The Foundation relies on the generosity of our donors and supporters. We hope that you can help us to continue to support medical research that has great implications for our present and future treatment and cures. To donate to St Vincent's Clinic Foundation, please see our online donations page.
St Vincent's Clinic Foundation produces a range of publications. These can be viewed on the publications page.
Sandra David Oration
St Vincent's Clinic Foundation present the annual Sandra David Oration in honour of Sandra David, a former Sister of Charity whose family have generously supported the Foundation. The oration is a reflection on current ideas around health and society by a prominent Australian. A lift of titles and presenters can be viewed here PDF [124.17KB]
"The St Vincent's Clinic Foundation enables me, as a clinician, to engage in research that is at the very coalface of clinical practice. The sort of research that marries research with clinical medicine. Funding of this sort of research is becoming harder to obtain and I am grateful to the Foundation for its support of clinical scientific endeavour" A/Prof Katherine Samaras - recipient of the 2007 Sr Mary Bernice Grant.