The Watarrka Foundation acknowledges the support and commitment that these organisations have provided. Without their support many of our projects would not have been possible. - Thank you.
The St. George Foundation's generous grant funded the 2015 Sports & Story Telling Festival
Remote Educational Tours was established by Reg Ramsden. Reg and Remote Educational Tours are inspiration and the backbone of all the Lilla Foundation's projects and initiatives.
Dentons Solicitors, Sydney have supported the Watarrka Foundation from its inception. They are actively involved in many of the Foundation's initiatives. Dentons are a key partner in supporting the annual Sports & Story Telling Festival, organising the Festival and providing the majority of the required volunteers required to run the Festival.
The Watarrka Foundations acknowledges the support Westpac Premium Banking has provided and thanks them for generously hosting the 2016 Watarrka Foundation Aboriginal sale in their Sydney office.
Slow Food Australia leads the Watarrka Foundation's initiative to grow fresh wholesome food in the Lilla, Wanmara and Upinyali communities. Through their commitment we have established sustainable vegetable gardens in these communities.
Australia Post's new Community Relations program, generous grant has has funded the Slow Food Australia's work in establishing vegetable gardens in the Lilla, Wanmara and Upinyali communities.
RSM Australia, Sydney are the Watarrka Foundation's auditors and their support of our projects is acknowledged.
Alpitye Art Studio in Alice Springs is our partner in hosting the annual Watarrka Foundation Aboriginal Art sale. Aipitye Art Studio generously donate a large percentage of the sale proceeds to the Watarrka Foundation.