The Indigenous Literacy Foundation works as an initiative of the Australian Book Industry with the support of:
The latest news...
Tasmanian author Richard Flanagan, joint winner of the Prime Minister's Literary Award for his novel, The Narrow Road to the Deep North, has donated his prize winnings of $40,000 to ILF, saying that literacy can change lives. In his accept... Read more
Many traditional cultures continue to pass on knowledge through storytelling. Through these stories children learn the origins of plants and animals, the formation of significant landmarks and customs of behavior. For the Butchulla people the ... Read more
What we do
Our Foundation provides books and literacy resources for Indigenous kids and families in remote communities. Find out more about us
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?
$140 buys a Book Buzz pack for one child in one of our communities. Donate Now!
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Make a lasting difference to future generations, support the Foundation's work by leaving a bequest.more info
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A book of stories about friendship, gardening & a vegie patch written by kids from Tjuntjuntjara, WAmore info