Your donation will help make a difference! Arthritis & Osteoporosis NT is a non-profit, community organisation striving to make a difference in the lives of those who suffer from arthritis, osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal conditions. We rely on our volunteers and welcome donations to help us continue the vital support, education and management information and material we provide.
New Borrowing Service for Members
With thanks to a generous donation from Australian Ethical Investment & Superannuation, AONT is now able to offer a Rural and Remote Delivery Service for members who wish to borrow from our library but cannot vistit our office in person due to location or mobility issues. We would like to say a big THANK YOU to Australian Ethical for their generous donation which has made this service possible!
People’s Choice Community Lottery
Arthritis & Osteoporosis NT is again selling Community Lottery tickets as a fundraising project. There are over 200 prizes, with a total value of over $370 000. Tickets cost $2.00 and AONT receives the full $2.00 from every ticket sold. You can purchase tickets from our office in Rapid Creek, or you can call us on 08 8948 5232. Alternatively, you can purchase your tickets at https://www.peopleschoicecu.com.au/communitylottery/buyticket/purchase-tickets.aspx - just be sure to nominate Arth...
RA: Join The Fight – Survey
RA: JOIN THE FIGHT Have your say about life with RA Arthritis & Osteoporosis NT is delighted to be supporting ‘RA: Join the Fight’, a worldwide initiative that aims to raise awareness and increase understanding of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). If you have rheumatoid arthritis you can participate in the ‘RA: Join the Fight’ campaign by taking part in the online survey found at: www.RAJoinTheFight.com. The survey is open from 14 February – 11 April 2013 and aims to collect insights from people living with RA in more than 30 countries across the globe. This survey has been designed by rheumatologists and consumers to look at the impact of rheumatoid arthritis from the perspective of Australians living with the condition and how this compares to people in other countri...