The Welcome Dinner Project is proudly supported by many local collaborators, though we are urgently seeking funding to be able to continue to operate and keep up with the ever-increasing demand for our program.
In Victoria we are currently supported by The Victorian Multicultural Commission, The Scanlon Foundation, and several local Councils.
In Tasmania we have just completed a year of funding from the Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Multicultural Grants Program, and are now being supported by UTAS and the Booth Trust.
In SA we have a grant from Adelaide City Council and recently formed a two-year partnership with StudyAdelaide and are about to embark on employing two part-time State Coordinators with this support.
In WA we do not currently have any significant funding and we are looking for sponsors to help us reach our full potential in Perth.
In NT we do not currently have any funding and are operating with the generosity of volunteer coordinators and facilitators.
In Queensland we do not currently have any significant funding and we are looking for sponsors to help us reach our full potential in Brisbane and Toowoomba.
In Canberra we do not currently have any significant funding and are operating with the generosity of volunteer coordinators and facilitators.
In NSW we currently only have one Local Council grant in Parramatta (Western Sydney) and we are urgently looking for sponsors to help us reach our full potential.
Our National Office has been proudly supported by Spring Financial in Sydney.
Previous grants and sponsorships have come from: Amnesty International, The Westpac Foundation, Local Councils and our generous supporters via annual crowd-funding campaigns.
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