Thousands of Australians are committed to prayer, financial support, or to using their professional skills in that partnership. Many generously use their time to share the story of INF’s work in Nepal through their networks, on social media and among their churches, work places and schools.
We are a Christian organisation motivated by our faith in Jesus but welcoming of anyone who shares our vision to bring about “‘life in all its fullness’ for Nepal’s poorest and most disadvantaged communities”.
If you would like an INF representative to share with your church or organisation please get in touch [firstname.lastname@example.org /  9411 1195]
INF Australia team includes:
- Phil Morris, CEO
- Jin Sim Lee, Office Manager / Company Secretary
- Ben Thurley, Relationships Manager
- Russ Hancock, Nepal Programs Manager
- Alex Barwick, Communications Editor
INF Australia Board members include:
- Richard Groves [Chair]
- Matthew Johnson [Treasurer]
- Upendra Singh
- Rudra Paudel
- Kerrie Worboys
- Catherine Clark
- William Hood
- Nicola McGunnigle
INF Australia Volunteer State Representatives include:
- Brisbane: Joy and Barry Payne
- South Australia: Nicola and Tom McGunnigle-Hilder
- Tasmania: Neil and Suzanne Walker
- Western Australia: Phil Lindsay and Toni Law
- Victoria: Graham Peck
We are accredited by the Australian government who contribute to our development projects with INF Nepal and other partner organisations.
INF/A is a member of the Australian Council For International Development, the peak body for Australian charities involved in international development, and a signatory to their Code of Conduct.
INF Australia is also a member of Missions Interlink, a network of Australian Christian agencies actively engaged together in effective cross-cultural and global mission.
Events & Campaigns
Join us at INF as we pray and read the Gospel of John together in the lead up to Easter. Every five days, from Wednesday 14 February to Saturday 31 March, we will publish a Lent reflection, written by INF Ambassador Naomi Reed, with images from Nepal by Stephen Reed. Our prayer is that you are encouraged as you pray and reflect on what God has done for us through Jesus.
INF Ambassador Naomi Reed is the keynote speaker at this month’s Activate Missions Conference in Blackburn, Victoria. This year’s theme is ‘Witness in a broken world’ and Naomi will be giving two talks as well as running an elective on storytelling. The conference [28 April] brings together churches, students, young adults and mission organisations from across Australia interested in world mission. Activate is organised by Victorian churches and mission groups. INF will have a stand at the conference so please come and say hello and find out how you can get involved.
INF Ambassador, author and speaker, Naomi Reed is available to speak at churches and events about INF’s work to empower and transform the lives of Nepal’s most disadvantaged and marginalised.
If you would like to hear Naomi Reed speak about INF’s work and the changing needs in Nepal, or to arrange a Nepali event at your church, contact the INF Australia office [02 9411 1195 email@example.com].
Are you ready for a life-changing experience?
Peggy Franks, formerly INF’s Nursing Advisor, is leading another Vision Trip this October to Nepal. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to see God’s work through INF first hand by visiting projects and worshipping alongside Nepalis.
For more information about INF Australia,
please call  9411 1195 or
INF Australia ABN: 75 090 528 500
The INF Australia office is in the grounds of Saint Paul’s Anglican Church in West Chatswood and is normally open from 9am to 5pm on working days. You are welcome to drop in and say hello!
Postal address :
PO Box 5400
1 View Street