AMP Foundation is committed to making communities a better place for everyone to live in. To achieve this we invest our resources in selected community projects that are well run and are able to prove the positive difference they are making to the community.
As the philanthropic arm of Macquarie Group, the Macquarie Group Foundation supports a range of community programs around the world. The Foundation contributes meaningfully to the communities in which our staff live and work in Australasia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.
The EFF is passionate about supporting ambitious organisations that have the vision and drive to tackle major social issues. We are particularly interested in those that are offering new and scaleable ideas for change.
Canadian citizen, Frederick Mulder moved to the UK in 1968 to finish his doctoral studies in Philosophy at Oxford. Although his intention was to return to Canada to teach, he instead stayed on in London and started a business dealing in European printmaking 1470 to 1970. The business went well, but, explained Fred, "while I loved the business, I was also aware that the world had many injustices, and I developed the habit of tithing to projects that addressed those issues." Fred has used much of his income as an art dealer for the good of others, giving to charity in a range of unusual ways and persuading other rich individuals to give their money to charity and to enjoy it.
One of the newer sub-funds of Australian Communities Foundation is the Steve Lawrence Social Innovation Fund. Established by a small committee in Sydney, the sub-fund is supporting the development of a number of programs, including The Funding Network.
Eureka Benevolent Foundation’s mission is to empower enduring positive change for individuals, families, and their communities.
The Weir Anderson Foundation supports a number of cultural, educational, philanthropic and scientific organisations. Its particular emphasis is on projects that will improve the lives of women and girls, promote gender equity and support Australian cultural institutions in the sharing of stories.
A family foundation who utilise their philanthropy for the betterment and prevention of issues associated with children and young people. This foundation has a commitment to helping small not-for-profit organisations to build capacity and grow organisational sustainability.
The Myer Foundation was established in 1959 by Sidney’s sons, Baillieu Myer AC and the late Kenneth Myer AC DSC, as a way to support initiatives and new opportunities arising from contemporary issues.
Every year we make more than 1000 grants totalling over $100 million dollars. Every day we have the privilege of working with community organisations that are providing services, support and inspiration to people throughout Western Australia.
AMP Capital provides in-depth investment expertise, specialist capabilities and extensive global networks to develop the best opportunities for clients.
KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services networks.
Baker Mckenzie is one of the largest international law firms in the world. They are The New Lawyers.
Creative Partnerships Australia works to increase investment in Australia’s arts sector; bringing donors, businesses, artists and arts organisations together to foster a more sustainable and vibrant arts sector for the benefit of all Australians.
The Growth Project brings together individuals, companies and philanthropists with non-profit leaders to create an environment of shared learning that helps charities maximise their positive impact on the world.
Kilfinan Australia provides confidential, free, one-on-one mentoring relationships to CEOs of charities and not-for-profits with charitable purposes.