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Reading 50 Books to Fundraise for Indigenous Literacy

Reading 50 Books to Fundraise for Indigenous Literacy

We love hearing the different and creative ways that people find to fundraise for our Foundation, and this story is no exception!

Ongoing supporter Michelle Barr started her fundraising off as a personal journey, where she aimed to read 50 books throughout 2021. However, her goal soon evolved into a much larger one.

  • Posted 24 September, 2021


Indigenous Literacy Foundation to Welcome New CEO

Indigenous Literacy Foundation to Welcome New CEO

For the last 12 years, Ben has worked for and with First Nations people in the not-for-profit sector, building programs, developing strategy, sourcing funding, collaborating with partners and shaping thought leadership within the university sector.

  • Posted 20 September, 2021


Indigenous Literacy Day - More than a Day

Indigenous Literacy Day - More than a Day

Indigenous Literacy Day (ILD) is more than a day. Don't wait for NAIDOC Week or ILD to celebrate the history, stories and cultures of Australia's First Nations peoples.

  • Posted 17 September, 2021


 Some Unexpected Literacy Outcomes in the Crocodile Islands

Some Unexpected Literacy Outcomes in the Crocodile Islands

On the island of Milingimbi, off the coast of Arnhem Land in the NT, there have been some unanticipated spin-offs as a result of the delivery of ILF’s Book Buzz and Book Supply programs. 

  • Posted 26 August, 2021


Reading a Book a Day to Each Child

Reading a Book a Day to Each Child

In the small community of Robinson River, a 9 hour drive south-east of Katherine in the NT, an early childhood program operates  — with the help of books and other literacy resources from ILF’s Book Buzz and Book Supply programs.

  • Posted 24 August, 2021


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