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Aboriginal Benefits Foundation

The Foundation has been established by a group of concerned individuals involved in Indigenous art & culture to create a Foundation with the objective of benefiting the well being of Aboriginal Australians.

To assist in this aim the Foundation accepts moneys as direct donations, as proceeds in full or in part from the sale of art works, as gifts in kind, and as bequests and in various other ways.

Objectives
The main objectives of the Foundation are to promote, provide or carry out activities, facilities or projects for the benefit of welfare of Aboriginal communities in Australia and members of those communities in particular by reason of age youth, infirmity or disability, poverty or social or economic circumstances.

Management
The Foundation is a registered incorporated company limited by guarantee managed by a Board of Directors. The Foundation's Board considers applications for funds. The founding Board members are
Robert Edwards AO (Chair)
Adrian Newstead (Treasurer)
Jennifer Isaacs AM (Secretary)
Dawn Casey, Director, Western Australian Museum
Margo Neale, Senior Curator National Museum of Australia

Responsibility of the Board
To raise funds, identify projects consistent with the aims of the organisation, consider requests for financial assistance and manage the affairs of the Foundation with due diligence including the auditing of accounts at regular intervals.

Projects Considered for Support
In view of the limited resources available to the Foundation in its establishment phase, priority funding will be given to the following categories:

· Seeding grants to research the relevance and value of new projects that may be ineligible for support from existing government agencies.
· Seeding funds to enable model schemes of potential benefit to Aboriginal health, welfare and education.
One off grants in support of:
· Health and well being of artists and their families
· Education through art projects which will benefit health and well being
· Individuals & communities to meet special needs

Level of Grants Provided
The Foundation will fund projects from $500 to a limit of $5,000.

Deductibility of Donations
Donations and gifts to the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation Donations Fund are eligible for tax deductibility under the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.

Time Frame for Applications
Grants will be allocated twice a year. In special circumstances the Board may allocate funds outside these guidelines.

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TOURS
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Mt Borradaile Safari Camp
Bathurst Island One Day Tour
Kakadu/Arnhem Land 3 Day Tour
Kakadu/Arnhem Land 4.5 Day Tour
Land of the Lightening Brothers
Kakadu Animal Tracks Safari
Cave Hill Day Tour (ex Ayers Rock)
Alice Springs - Mbantua Tour
Alice to Uluru Private Charters
Guluyambi on the East Alligator - Kakadu
Mt Woodroffe Climb
Indigenous Litchfield Day Tour (ex Darwin)
Kakadu Aboriginal Art & Wildlife Tour
Bush Tucker Tour Uluru
Dot Painting Workshop at Uluru
Sunrise to Sunset 2 Day Tour of Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks
Uluru - Sunrise and Walk, Anangu Cultural Experience
Aboriginal Cultural Tour - Limilngan-Wuna Land, Adelaide River

QUEENSLAND
Kuku-Yalanji Dreamtime Tours Mossman
Rainbow Serpent Rock Art Tour (ex Cooktown)
Daintree Cooktown - The Bama Way (ex Cairns)
1 Day Rock Art Tour (ex Cairns)
Daintree Dreaming Day Tour ex Cairns
Walkabout Cultural Adventures (Daintree)
Indigenous Guided Kayak Tour (ex Tully, North Queensland)

NEW SOUTH WALES
Aboriginal Cultural Cruise on Sydney Harbour
Blue Mountains Walkabout
Mungo National Park Day Tour and Sunset Tour
Aboriginal Heritage Walk - The Rocks, Sydney Harbour
Taronga Zoo's Aboriginal Discovery Tour - Nura Diya

VICTORIA
Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Worn Gundidj - Tower Hill Reserve

TASMANIA

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Aboriginal Cultural Tours Yorke Peninsula

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Bungoolee Tours (Fitzroy Crossing)
Lombadina
Chile Creek Community
Shark Bay Tours
Broome to Mt Anderson/Jarlmadangah Community 2 Day Cultural Tour
Gutharraguda (Shark Bay) Kayak and Snorkel Adventure
Bunuba Cultural Experience in the Kimberleys

EXTENDED TOURS

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