To install a commercial kitchen to serve meals and create a stable, safe and welcoming environment for people in need and those who are homeless in the Penrith region of Sydney.
For a mother tongue literacy program and other support for refugee women.
To purchase a ute to transport women and their children to appointments and school, and to assist with the day-to-day running of the refuge.
To help to cover the funding gap to deliver critical early intervention services, ensuring continuity of support for deaf children throughout Queensland for the next year.
To help establish the Liveris Academy in the University of Queensland’s Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT). The academy will be housed in the Andrew N. Liveris Building, an 11-storey engineering education and research hub to be built at the St Lucia campus. They have also pledged to raise an additional $26.5 million dollars to support UQ’s Not If, When philanthropic campaign.
To fund 156 organisations tackling homelessness, including lead funding to support Registry Weeks across Australia, which harness resources from the community to identify by name every individual and family requiring safe, permanent and sustainable housing.
Purchase of two mini buses, and IT and kitchen equipment.
For Indigenous affairs reporting and educational project.
For the construction of purpose-built accommodation for people with disabilities in Toowoomba.
For Princess Margaret Hospital in Perth to acquire and exoskeleton ReWalk device, a wearable robotic frame with motors at the hip and knee joints that enables people who are partially paralysed to experience facilitated walking.