… promotes the advancement of Australia's First People living in remote and regional communities.
Our Generous Supporters include:
Thanks to Big W for providing a discount on their everyday low prices. This enabled the money donations could go twice as far in purchasing some much-needed items.
Thanks to IKEA for their donation of cushions and pillows. For those aboriginals without a bed, the cushions have provided a welcome place to rest and sleep. They have continued to support the Foundation with donations such as stools, shelving, and tables.
Kirra Services have donated tablets to the foundation. These were highly sought after by those in the indigenous community and gratefully appreciated.
Fussyfeet has generously donated high-quality shoes for kids. The shoes were taken to the local community school and the children fitted with a pair. For some of them, it was their first pair of shoes. There was plenty of excitement among the kids that day.
Thanks to Canberra City Care, a subsidiary of the Life Unlimited Church, for providing some much-needed space to sort and store goods for distribution. They also shared food boxes with the Foundation. These were the best food boxes the aboriginal community had ever received and were much appreciated.
Thanks to the SQC Group for partnering with the Foundation on the design of an indigenous community centre in the heart of Lightning Ridge. The new centre will boast large private and open spaces, both indoors and outdoors, that allow for flexible use of a range of community activities including indigenous art exhibitions, performances, and gatherings. It will also include a commercial kitchen, accessible toilet facilities, and parking spaces.
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation donated boxes of beautiful new books for toddlers, kids, and big kids. The books will be distributed and enjoyed by aboriginal kids in remote communities. Thank you ILF.
Thanks to all individuals who have made donations. Items include sewing machines, hand-made facial masks, bicycles, towels, toiletries, toys, games, hand-made teddy bears, hand-knitted scarves/hats, printer, fan, Lego, camera and tripod, blankets, baby items, mobility walkers, shower chairs, toilet grab rail, silkscreens, and Personal Protection Equipment as well as monetary donations and much more. delivering donations. We also thank those who have generously volunteered their time be it sorting goods or Tdelivering donations. Thank you very much.