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Our nutritional services only receive limited funding to cover food, cooking and staff prepping the meals. We rely heavily on donations and fundraising to assist in providing these services.
All donations made to EDQ go to programs that support individuals living with eating issues and their key support people.
You can nominate your own amount, either as a one-off, or a recurring donation. This can be tailored to fit your budget perfectly.
All donations over $2.00 are tax deductable and directly support EDQ to deliver services to individuals, carers and families. Donations can be one-off or monthly and tax receipts are automatically sent- your reference code will either be #generalD, or #carerD or #individualD.
For more information please get in touch.
Are donations tax deductible?
Yes. All donations over $2.00 are tax deductable and directly support EDQ to deliver services to individuals, carers and families.
Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.
You can also help us in other ways
Becoming a member of Eating Disorders Queensland.
Associate membership is only $10.00
Concession discount: $5.00
By becoming an associate member, you will be supporting our valuable work and goals. You will receive information about events and news via our e-Newsletter and access to our library.
Purchasing a training package for your workplace.
Half day $643.00, Full day $918.00
$0.00 – $10.00
Become a member of EDQ
Become a member of EDQ
Your membership fee will go towards helping us to support those in need. We will keep in touch with you regarding special events and happenings at EDQ. Membership is valid for the duration of the financial year it was purchased in.
Ordinary, Concession, Reciprocal
$643.00 – $918.00
We offer full and half day training courses.
Availability is flexible, and can be timed to suit you. Let us know when you’d like to attend.
- Interactive & Creative
- Tailored to the needs of your skills set
- Exploring intervention modalities
- The Power of Language
- What is an Eating Issue
- Up to date statistics around prevalence
- The continuum and presentation of an Eating Issue
- Case studies – support planning
- Challenges in community treatment
- Carer tips
Full Day Training, Morning Training