The Common Good believes we all deserve a longer, healthier, better quality of life. We're partnering the community with researchers making discoveries to improve medical conditions.

The diseases and health challenges set to face 90% of us in our lifetime know no boundaries – and neither do we. By working together, we can solve humanity’s biggest health problems and make the world better for everyone.

Hour by hour, one discovery at a time

Latest Updates

Grass Roots Campaign Delivers for Queensland

Record funding announcement to tackle chronic illness and support a range of world first research projects


Become a better business

Help your customers feel good about you by showing them how you support their community.


Could a Foot Selfie Save Your Life?

If these feet could talk, what a story they would tell. All the places they have been, all the while carrying the weight of the world on them...


In Hospital Experience:

Tackling Delirium

Help us create and app for the ICU of the future.


In Heart research:

Driving healthcare forward

Clayton Semenzin has taken the leap from fuel pumps to heart pumps in a bid to save lives worldwide.


In Heart research:

Your heart in our hands

This is research - The progression of the Bionic Heart. If you suffer from end-stage heart failure you may be fitted with a Ventricular Assist Device (VAD).


In Heart research:

Research with global impact

Meet Dr Jo Pauls, a career researcher whose heart is open to the world.


In Bone research:

Carb loading for better outcomes

Dr Jack Bell is recruiting patients now for a study on the effects of carbohydrates on hip patient’s recovery.


The Common Good is here to prove that everyday people can make things happen. And make them happen fast. Because together, we can put some real people power behind the medical conditions we care about.

Please consider joining The Common Good today.

Every $44 buys another hour of research that will get us closer to a medical discovery.

Please donate or find out more about our main research areas below.