Sponsors

Thanks to Nexia for their expert advice and account reporting for the Foundation. They also: organised our Trivia night which was a great success; provide ongoing support in the development of our website; and make regular monetary donations that support several of the Foundation's projects.
The donations of outdoor garden equipment by Briggs & Stratton enables remote Indigenous communities to better care and live in their communities in the remote regions of Australia.
Rob Richmond and Yumaro provide services that improve the lives of those in need of NDIS services in Eruobodalla. Rob has been instrumental in supporting DSBF in sourcing blankets, sheets and other manchester items.
Calleo Indigenous generously donated funds to help the Foundation progress the Cherbourg Sewing Project for the Cherbourg Aboriginal Community. The funds enabled the purchase and transport of two industrial sewing machine.
Greg Carmody and his professional team have provided advice in support of our Sewing Programs in remote Indigenous communities. They have donated fabric rolls as well as the purchase of sewing machines at cost prices.
Thanks to Canberra Containers for their support to the DSBF with container storage and assistance with logistics.
Thanks to Fred Fawkes for supporting the Foundation with various items required in remote Indigenous community projects. Fred is always happy to help source any item requested.
Ontera-Milliken Corporation supplied carpet tiles for use in remote Indigenous communities. In addition, they provided a training program for local indigenous people to install the carpet tiles.
The Supply Chain Management Society is a University of Wollongong faculty club. Dr Tillmann Böhme’s students were tasked with examining transport to remote Indigenous communities within Australia. They provided advice on the methods, time, and cost of various forms of transport.
Thank you to all anonymous donors for your donations including sewing machines, medical approved facial masks, hand-knitted scarves/hats sent to remote Indigenous desert communities for use during the cold winter, Personal Protection Equipment used in the operation of machinery, and monetary donations.