Our Supporters

We appreciate the commitment, passion and resources of each of our supporters who assist us to make a meaningful impact for young men who participate in our programs. 

Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation

Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation

Funded by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (Eldon & Anne Foote Trust Donor Advised Program 2015). Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation is a leading philanthropic organisation and the largest community foundation in Australia. Established in 1923, the Foundation has a long and proud history supporting the community through philanthropy.

CUA

CUA

CUA is Australia’s largest credit union, offering responsible financial, health and insurance solutions to more than 440,000 Australians. As a mutual, we were created by members for members and we care for them through the changes and challenges in their lives. Our growth and success enables us to reinvest in our business, deepen our relationships with members and build stronger communities. Visit www.cua.com.au for more information on our initiatives, services and locations.

English Family Foundation

English Family Foundation

The English Family Foundation is passionate about supporting ambitious changemakers that have the vision and drive to tackle major social issues. They are particularly interested in those that are offering new and scaleable ideas for change and seek to identify and support the future leaders of the sector and help produce successful outcomes that are driven by talented leadership. 

Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation

Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation

Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation was established as a family charitable trust in 1962 and is now one of the larger family foundations in Australia. VFFF aspires to a stronger and brighter future for Australians in NSW and remote areas of the north.

The Marian and E.H. Flack Trust

The Marian and E.H. Flack Trust

Edwin Flack won Australia's first ever Olympic "gold" medals, winning both the 800 and 1,500 metre events. In 1914, he was appointed an Australian representative to the Olympic Congress, Paris. In 1917, he became the Senior Partner of Flack & Flack which later became Price Waterhouse, and in turn PricewaterhouseCoopers, in Australia. The majority of Edwin Flack's estate was left in trust for charitable purposes, in perpetuity. 

Mantana Foundation

Mantana Foundation

The Matana Foundation aims to create a more just society by giving every young person in Australia an equal opportunity to access the skills to negotiate life’s journey. They assist Australian charities who reach and engage with disadvantaged and at-risk young people.

Hantomeli Foundation

Hantomeli Foundation

A family foundation who utilise their philanthropy for the betterment and prevention of issues assosiated with children and young people. This foundation has a commitment to helping small not-for-profit organisations to build capacity and grow organisational sustainability.

Blackwood Foundation

Blackwood Foundation

The Blackwood Foundation's mission is to invest in the well-being of poeple and communities across Australia. They support programmes that offer assistance with Mental Health issues, seeking to make a difference to the lives and livelihoods of people in metropolitan, rural and regional Australia and supports initiatives in Education that enhance the wellbeing of young people, so that they may reach their full potential.

James N Kirby Foundation

James N Kirby Foundation

The James N Kirby Foundation is a private fund established by my father, the late Sir James Kirby, in 1967. Since its inception,the James N Kirby Foundation have donated nearly $17 million across a broad charitable spectrum.

Sisters of Charity Foundation

Sisters of Charity Foundation

The Sisters of Charity Foundation Limited is a public non-profit company. Its purpose is to promote the mission of the Sisters of Charity, by supporting initiatives of benefit to the community, particularly for people with special needs who receive no support or who are inadequately funded from other sources.

Sidney Myer Fund

Sidney Myer Fund

One of two key entities of Myer family philanthropy who engage with the community to promote a just, creative, enlightened, caring and sustainable Australia.

The Club began as a gathering point for WWI veterans and an entertainment hub for locals. As it grew, so did its facilities and membership. Today, with over 13,000 members, Ingleburn RSL Club is proud to support local businesses, charities and community groups, including a Youth Club that caters for some 3,000 children who participate in sports ranging from Little Athletics and ballroom dancing to cricket, rugby league and soccer.

Skwirk | Online Education

Skwirk | Online Education

Skwirk is an Australian education platform designed specifically for teachers and students to access a wealth of engaging, curriculum-aligned resources in one place over six key subjects – English, Maths, Science, History, Geography and Commerce. Skwirk is written by Australian teachers and has over 18,000 resources (and growing) including animations, quizzes, videos, ebooks, games, assessments, activities, worksheets and podcasts.