Every AMSA men’s shed will be receiving a Resource package over the next few weeks- the package will contain both an Information and Marketing manual to assist in understanding the project and organising potential activities, posters, brochures, postcards, factsheets and merchandise.


The 2013/2014 National Shed Development Program will open on Tuesday 28th January. The Round will be open for 6 weeks and applications close on Friday 7th March 2014. To access the information and documentation, go to ...


Many older Australians believe their age prevents them from being a potential organ and tissue donor. Research commissioned by the Organ and Tissue Authority in 2013 found that while 74% of Australians aged 65 years or more are willing ...


The Minister for Health has now announced the outcomes for Round Six of the National Shed Development Program.


AMSA has been successful in the latest Organ & Tissue Authority Community Awareness Grants program to undertake a national project in relation to Organ & Tissue Donation.


BlazeAid is a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods. Working alongside the rural families, volunteers help to rebuild fences that have been damaged or destroyed.


The men's shed movement is taking off as men come to tinker, learn new skills or deal with complex emotional issues such as marriage breakdown.