The Indigenous Literacy Foundation works as an initiative of the Australian Book Industry with the support of:
The latest news...
Packed up with a few hundred books, bags, t-shirts and two bush libraries, the ILF Program team, Tina and Cindy set out onto the unsigned and washed out roads to the APY Lands earlier this month. APY stands for Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjar... Read more
Indigenous Literacy Day 2016 was a family affair at Pormpuraaw, a remote Aboriginal community on Cape York Peninsula. The Child Care Centre at the Pormpur Paanthu Aboriginal Corporation, which caters for infants to 3½ year olds, hosted a Fa... Read more
What we do
Our Foundation gifts new books and literacy resources to Indigenous kids and families in remote communities. Find out more.
Why we do it
To level the playing field so that all Australian children have the same opportunities to develop a life long love of reading
Who we are
We are a not-for-profit charity, funded entirely by donations. Licence Number CFN/21762
How can you help?
GET INVOLVED in our events and programs. Sign up to our enewsletter to keep up to date
Join MC Richard Glover at the Sydney ILF 2016 Trivia Night with a host of fabulous prizes!more info
Join MC Brian Nankervis at the Melbourne ILF 2016 Trivia Night with a host of fabulous prizes!more info
Make a lasting difference to future generations, support the Foundation's work by leaving a bequest.more info
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