English Family Foundation
Hands Across Canberra
Mrs Nel, Sydney
$30,000 from an anonymous benefactor. Funding will be utilised to support artisans wages and other operational costs.
$3,000 from CBB towards the development of a seeded paper product.
$30,000 from an anonymous benefactor. Amongst other things, it will be used to fund wages and employ a second team of artisans from the marginalised community. This will enable us to expand our production capacity as well.
(L-R) Marja Rouse, Susanna Pieterse and Mr. Terry Snow of the Snow Foundation.
$10,000 from the Snow Foundation. This will be used to fund operating costs.
$10,000 from Social Ventures Australia to assist with the employment of one person living with Disability
$9,800 from Hands Across Canberra to fund a short term project, “Paper Bridges”, in collaboration with the Ted Noffs Foundation where disconnected young people will be encouraged to rebuild contact with their families. Project will commence in October 2014.
$500 from Yurralumla Uniting Church. This has been an annual gift for the past few years and we are immensely grateful for ongoing faithfulness of this wonderful community’s support of our work.
$8,635 Disability ACT Innovation Grant, papermaking with refugee and migrant women.
$1,000 Bendigo Bank, through the Community Hero grant.
$50,000 third year of a three-year Disability ACT grant.
Number plate fund raiser – Centenary of Canberra initiative
$10,000 from The Green Shed, recycling centre, Canberra
$4,000 ACT Government Infrastructure Grant to buy a printing press.
$50,000 second year of a three-year Disability ACT grant.
$50,000 first year of a three-year Disability ACT grant.
$1,041 ACT Government Infrastructure Grant to buy a drying rack.
$27,175 Arts ACT Start Up Grant for pilot program.
Thank you all very much, without your help we would not be able to support others.