The Funding Network wants gift-giving to feed good.
Shop ethically this holiday season with our #TFNAlumni!
Embrace the spirit of the season with our Alumni who have handpicked a selection of holiday gifts and premium products just for you. Feel good knowing that every purchase will support the incredible work of Australian grassroots non-profits, social enterprises, and the many marginalised communities they represent. We encourage you to redefine the art of giving—it can and should be about making conscious spending decisions in a way that has a greater impact.
Remember, not every gift has to be physical. Consider paying forward your gifts this holiday season and donating to one of the 265 grassroots for-purpose Australian organisations who have pitched at a TFN event through our Alumni platform Roots of Change.
Give a gift of lasting impact and support a more equitable future for all Australians
From gorgeous blooms to handmade gifts, show your team, clients, and partners appreciation this season while uplifting your local community!
The Beautiful Bunch is a not-for-profit social enterprise florist spreading joy through flowers and providing life-changing paid training and employment to young women from refugee backgrounds.
The much-loved social enterprise florist, The Beautiful Bunch, is back to brighten your festive season with their very popular Christmas Wreaths! Each wreath, made with local flowers and foliage, is hand-made by their trainees, young women from refugee backgrounds, this is the ultimate festive treat for yourself or a friend that will feel good twice. These beautiful arrangements consist of a dried foliage base, interwoven with fresh pieces and finished with a luxe ribbon.
The wreaths are $100 and are available for local collection from their Fitzroy North studio or for delivery across Melbourne.
Orders open Monday 20th of November. Last season they sold out daily, so be sure to get in quick!
Ngarrimili is a non-profit organisation working to nurture and advance Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander business and entrepreneurship.
Murran is a First Nations Business, Retail & Arts Hub located in Geelong on Wadawurrung Country, created by Ngarrimili. Murran's retail store stocks Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander owned products from across Australia.
Get yourself a voucher and jump online and visit our store to choose your gifts.
GG's Flowers is a social enterprise florist that provides meaningful employment and education opportunities to people with special needs.
These are socially conscious gift hampers proudly made by people with disabilities. All items inside this scrumptious gift hamper are procured from other social enterprises around Australia and then lovingly packed by our talented employees.
SisterWorks is a non-profit social enterprise empowering migrant, asylum-seeking, and refugee women to become financially independent through creating and selling handmade products.
SisterWorks offers beautifully-wrapped hampers filled with unique, quality, eco-friendly products made in Melbourne by women from refugee, asylum seeking and migrant backgrounds - our ‘Sisters.’ You have the option to choose from our wide range of pre-existing hampers. With each hamper order, you will help us achieve our mission to improve our Sister's confidence, mental wellbeing, sense of belonging and economic outlook.
Global Sisters exists to make business possible for all women, enabling them to be financially resilient and stand tall as micro business founders.
Make your festive gifting extra special this year with our consciously curated gift hampers. The Tiny Secret Santa Box is the perfect secret Santa gift that will leave you in someone's good books.
Gifts and Gift Hampers made by Australian, women-led micro businesses #GiftHerBrilliance
The Man Cave is a preventative mental health charity that empowers boys to become great men, by providing them with life-changing workshops, resources and role models.
Do you need stuff for the shower? For your face? How about your hair, pits and, ah, other bits? Then this is your lucky day because we’ve got you sorted: you’ll be looking and feeling the goods in no time. And the best bit? Buying STUFF helps fund life-changing mental health programs through our charity partner, The Man Cave.
Gifting experiences provides the opportunity to live life to the fullest while helping others live their life to the fullest.
Hotel Etico is Australia's first social enterprise hotel, employing and training young adults with disability in hospitality and independent living skills. Based in Mount Victoria, Blue Mountains, it offers 15 beautifully renovated heritage rooms, restaurant, bar and conference facilities.
A gift voucher for accommodation or food and beverage at Hotel Etico. Offering an unforgettable experience in a beautiful, heritage listed destination in the heart of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. Use the discount code TFNALUMNI2023 for a 5% discount on any value vouchers.
All Things Equal is a Melbourne-based cafe with a difference that provides purposeful employment for people with and without disability.
Support All Things Equal, a non-profit social enterprise employing people with disability by sharing the love of food with your loved ones! This giving season, purchase a catering voucher through All Things Equal and you'll be guaranteed to have a beautiful experience.
Email email@example.com to redeem/purchase the catering voucher
For the aunts and uncles, the tiny tots and grandparents, there’s a gift for everyone from 1 to 91.
Story Factory is a not-for-profit creative writing centre for young people aged 7 to 17 in under-resourced communities. We support young people to improve their literacy and find their voice.
There are some people who don't like stories about Martians, pens that speak, and one-eyed dinosaurs named Poopy.
Our books are not for them.
At Story Factory we publish a wide range of fantastic books written by young people, for young people (and those who remember being young). Sample some of our favourite stories in our anthologies of the best writing from the first 10 years of Story Factory - one volume for primary-aged children; another for readers in high school - plus some extraordinary novellas and poetry chapbooks by teenagers that capture the complexity of the teen years. These are books that explore identity and friendship, and take readers into a universe where introspection is combined with unexpected adventure, playful fantasy, and the gritty realities of teen life. The perfect gift for the young people in your life!
DirtyFeet cultivates creativity among emerging contemporary dance artists with and without disability.
DirtyFeet's infamous socks are an excellent stocking filler.
HoMie (Homeless of Melbourne) is a non-profit fashion label 'for the streets', creating pathways to eradicate youth homelessness.
Support young people affected by homelessness or hardship whilst also looking great!
It's made from 100% cotton and, best of all, it's ethically manufactured.
Deadly Science aims to provide STEM resources and mentoring to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and remote schools across Australia
Deadly Science and Australian Geographic have published an eight-book series aimed at primary school readers. Each book covers engaging topics that will inspire primary-aged kids to ask questions, experiment and learn about how scientific principles impact the way we live.
The Social Studio is a non-profit organisation that provides TAFE level training and employment to members of the refugee community through the fashion business.
From ethically-made clothing and accessories to handcrafted soaps and ceramics, The Social Studio's store has a range of gift ideas for every budget. We champion work by Bla(c)k, Indigenous and culturally diverse creatives and, as a not-for-profit social enterprise, all profits go towards supporting our mission to provide work and free training opportunities for refugee and migrant creatives.
Kids' Own Publishing is a leader in children's community publishing that focuses on giving voices to kids by publishing books by kids, for kids.
A delightful board book for readers aged 2 – 8 years with words and trees and mud contributed by children, and farm animal illustrations by Ciara Denham.
Meet the latte-sipping chook, the MASSIVE pig, the dressed-up horses, the buzzing bees, and on the way, grass and hay, grass and hay!
The rhythmic language of this book – in children’s own words – takes us on a journey through the Collingwood Children’s Farm in Melbourne, a working farm situated in the heart of a bustling city.
Use discount code TFN15 for 10% off your purchase!
Prison Network journeys with women in and beyond prison, providing the support and courage they need to navigate positive pathways and create change.
Each year Prison Network gifts every woman in prison in Victoria with a calendar. This year we have collaborated with women in and out of prison to create our own. Our Lived Experience Advisory Panel, as well as women in prison, provided ideas and guidance. The calendar artwork is by women in and released from prison. You will notice additions to the calendar that are particularly helpful to women in prison and we hope you find them handy as well. We invite you to buy calendars for friends and family.
Happy Paws Happy Hearts (HPHH) provides a safe space and community for vulnerable people to come together and share a mutual love of animals, while learning new skills and giving back in a meaningful way.
'Pounce' into style with a Happy Paws Happy Hearts T-Shirt and let everyone know you're all heart. A 'wonder-fur-l' way to show your support for Happy Paws Happy Hearts.
Purchase With Purpose: Every purchase supports our mission to bring happiness to the lives of shelter animals and isolated Australians. You're not just buying a t-shirt, you're helping us make tails wag and hearts sing!
Grab your tote today and let the world know that you're a proud member of the Happy Paws Happy Hearts family.
Studio A is a Sydney based social enterprise and arts company that makes great art and tackles the barriers artists with intellectual disability face in accessing pathways and opportunities needed to be successful visual artists.
Studio A is driven to ensure artists with intellectual disability have a voice in contemporary Australian culture. One such artist is Skye Saxon whose art has a spirit that she is uniquely inclined to read and cosmically interpret in others.
You are invited to be brave and reveal your fortune through these beautifully illustrated cards! Each deck comes with a QR code so Madame Witch can teach you the wisdom in the cards.
What do you give to someone who has everything? A chance to give a gift of impact that means everything.
KidXpress is a specialist children's mental health organisation that uses the therapeutic benefits of art, music, drama, and play to deliver trauma-focused Expressive Therapy and Education Services to children and their caregivers.
Gift a child the gift of receiving life changing therapeutic support. KidsXpress are specialists in Expressive therapy which uses music, art drama and play to help children express their feelings, without the need for words and is the safest way to support children that have experienced trauma.
When making a donation, at the checkout mark YES to receive a KidsXpress Gift Card to share.
Cambodia Rural Student Trust (CRST) is developing Cambodia's future leaders by providing formal education and hands-on learning experiences through social enterprise projects.
Give the gift of a Project G, Days for Girls menstrual hygiene Kit to a high school girl in Cambodia. $20 will buy 1 Kit for a rural high school girl to use for 4-5 years
Give the gift of a second hand bicycle to a rural student who walks 2-3 hours to school each day. The gift of a bicycle will enable a rural student to get to school and focus on their studies.
Sponsor a CRST student to study at university for one year! When you donate $84 per month for 12 months, (or $1,000 at 1 time), you will remain in direct monthly email contact to hear about their university progress, community contributions and share in their journey.
Bright Futures is working to provide education and development opportunities for children and communities in poverty in India, Pakistan, Kenya, and Uganda.
Malaria Nets for use by families in Northern Uganda to protect against mosquito borne disease
Give the gift of Vocational Training for a woman in India.
Provide much needed physio support for a child with a disability in Kenya.