This year, I was the winner of the inaugural Coding Interest Group in Medicine and Healthcare (CIGMAH) Puzzle Hunt Grand Prize, with a value of $150. I have now distributed the prize funds to the following charitable and not-for-profit causes:

Organisation AUD
Electronic Frontiers Australia $20
Electronic Frontier Foundation (US) $20
Free Software Foundation (US) $20
St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria $5.70
Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria $5.70
Cancer Council Victoria $5.70
Very Special Kids $5.70
The Smith Family $6
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra $5.70
Servants Community Housing $5.70
Beyond Blue $5.70
Australia for UNHCR $10
Starlight Children's Foundation $5.70
headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation $5.70
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre $6
Monash University Refugee Scholarship Fund $6
Australian Red Cross $6
CARE Australia $6
Lifeline Australia $5.70

Methodology. $20 was donated to each of EFA, EFF and FSF. The remaining funds were then distributed across the charities to which funds were donated during the Puzzle Hunt, so as to achieve an equal distribution, then rounded to the nearest donation amount accepted by the organisation.

The receipts for the donations are available here.