Our partners in social impact movement

Why?

We believe that we could have social impact by sharing our knowledge and experience or while learning and upskilling.

That's why we decided to partners with organisations that could have positive impact on providing a better world for us and our children.

Our part

We provide this stage for you and we will contribute with you at the same time. When a session has been setup with a donation percentage, we will also add 1% of our service fee to the selected charity/organisation.

Partners
ClimateForChange

Climate for Change is an incorporated association and registered charity based in Melbourne, operating within both Victoria and Queensland - though our volunteers have facilitated Climate Conversations in NSW, SA, TAS, ACT, NT and even Fiji!

Our approach is based on social research that explains that people process information through conversations with people they trust. Our flagship program, Climate Conversations, facilitates discussions about climate change in people’s homes, among friends.

By making a donation to us you will help inspire, engage and support more Australians to act on climate change and grow the climate movement through deep, face-to-face conversations in communities across the country.

Since 2014 we have:

  • Trained more than 200 volunteer facilitators
  • Facilitated more than 800 Climate Conversations (we’re currently facilitating, on average, a Climate Conversation every day)
  • Engaged over 8,500 guests at our Climate Conversations
  • Completed 5 successful crowdfunding campaigns totaling more than $600,000

Web address: www.climateforchange.org.au

AIEF

The Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) was established in 2008 in response to community demand from Indigenous families who choose to enrol their children in boarding schools.

Bringing together the government and private sector, AIEF provides scholarship funding for Indigenous students to complete Year 12 or tertiary studies, with career support to help them make a successful transition to their chosen fields.

Backed by some of Australia’s most influential business and community leaders, AIEF has grown from one scholarship student in 2008 to now having around 400 students on scholarships annually, with a network of over 600 alumni and growing by over 70 graduates each year, from over 400 communities in every state and territory of Australia.

Web address: https://www.aief.com.au

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