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The BF invests in targeted community projects that
are run by community members and have support from local leaders. The BF
encourages, supports, and inspires Indigenous communities right across the
breadth and width of Australia.
The Board is Chaired by Kim Collard and Co-Chaired
by daughter Sharna Collard has agreed that 75% of the Bibbulmun Fund supports
three key themes – Enterprise, Innovation, and Leadership. The remaining 25% is
at the discretion of the Board in supporting cultural, sporting, health,
educational, and entrepreneurship programs.
The latest projects that the BF has funded include
the installation of 2 dialysis machines in remote central Australia at an
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation located in Coober Pedy. The
Purple House Foundation is an organisation designed to bring dialysis services
to the local community, not the other way around and as a result, Indigenous
patients can stay in close proximity to their communities and family without
having to travel long distances into cities like Darwin and Adelaide to access
specialised health care services.
Another project that the BF recently funded is an
Indigenous STEM Footy program with the Adelaide Crows Foundation delivered in
regional and remote South Australia.
The curriculum is designed to use science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics in the sport of Australian Rules
Football as a tool to encourage attendance and provide students with skills to
use these disciplines in a sporting domain they are good at. Delivered by the Adelaide
Crows Foundation, STEM Footy combines classroom learning with hands-on
experiences to use football as an avenue to inspire a greater understanding of
and interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and math for Year 7 students.
This partnership will see the program reach over 150 students and regional
schools that have so far participated in the program have shown a 75% increase
in their academic results.
Since the establishment of the Bibbulmun Fund in
2015, we are incredibly proud we have contributed more than $750,000 towards
indigenous communities projects across Australia.
The Bibbulmun Fund is powered by the Fremantle
Foundation, a community foundation that supports and administers family,
individual and corporate giving.
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