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The Alliance for Gambling Reform is a collaboration of organisations with a shared concern about the deeply harmful and unfair impacts of gambling and its normalisation in Australian culture. We advocate for reforms that prevent the harm gambling causes.

We are 100% funded by donations from individuals, foundations, trusts, local government and other sources that do not have ties to the gambling industry. We are not affiliated with any political party.

Thanks to all of those individuals and organisations that support our work in a number of ways we are making a real difference. Read our 2022 annual report to see how momentum is being built across Australia on gambling reform.

Many organisations share our interest in reducing gambling harm. If you’d like to join us please fill out the form here.


If you’d like more information about becoming an Alliance organisation, contact Councils and Supporters Manager Bec Paterson at or phone (03) 9999 7372


We would like to acknowledge our leadership councils and the following organisations who generously provide financial support to the Alliance

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We are proud to be associated with so many amazing organisations

who are committed to supporting gambling reform

  • African-Australian Multicultural Employment and Youth Services

  • Anglican Church Southern Queensland 

  • Anglicare, Northern Territory

  • Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres (ANHLC)

  • Alcohol and Drug Foundation

  • Ballarat Inter-agency Taskforce on Gambling

  • Baptist Union of Victoria

  • Bass Coast Shire Council

  • Bendigo Community Health Services

  • Blow up the Pokies

  • Common Grace 

  • Communities against Pokies

  • Eritrean Jeberty Community in Australia

  • Financial Counselling Australia

  • Gambling Impact Society NSW

  • GetUp!

  • Jesuit Social Services

  • Leadwest

  • Leichhardt Municipal Council

  • Macedonian Community Welfare Association

  • Maurice Blackburn Lawyers

  • Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV)

  • New South Wales Council of Social Services (NCOSS)

  • Newtown Neighbourhood Centre

  • Nillumbik Shire Council

  • North East Primary Care Partnership

  • North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (PHN)

  • Northern Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia

  • Public Health Association of Australia

  • Pokies Anonymous

  • Save Our SBS Inc

  • Seed

  • South Australian Council of Social Services (SACOSS)

  • Team Africa Inc

  • The Australian Pensioners Voice 

  • The Salvation Army Australia 

  • Uniting Church in Australia, NSW & ACT Synod

  • Uniting Church in Australia, Queensland Synod

  • Uniting Church in Australia, Victoria & Tas Synod

  • Uniting Communities, South Australia

  • UnitingCare Mental Health

  • Victorian Arabic Social Services

  • Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS)

  • Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA) 

  • Whittlesea Interagency Taskforce on Gambling

  • ​Woman's Christian Temperance Union Australia

  • Women's Health in the North

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