please & thank you

We are looking for patrons (individuals or groups) who feel, like us, that spreading this uplifting and positive musical experience to a wider audience is an important endeavour and one worth supporting.

We would like to invite you to become a Ngarukuruwala patron by making a tax deductible donation to the Australia Cultural Fund, operated by the Australia Business Arts Foundation.   

This Fund was established to encourage people to donate to the arts and to enable not-for-profit groups like Ngarukuruwala to benefit from this generosity. All donations are made to the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) which then delivers grants accordingly.  In the past three years more than $2 million has been donated to AbaF and granted to 270 artists and cultural organisations - it is a great program for groups like ours.

We are grateful for any support you are able to give and the Australia Cultural Fund is able to accept any donation of $50 or more.

Please click on the following link to go to Australia Cultural Fund's artists profile list and find Ngarukuruwala.

http://www.abaf.org.au/index.php?action=contacts&search=Search&order=user_firstname&srch_field_34=ACFP&srch_field_40=&srch_field_32=&srch_field_33=&srch_field_36=&search_x=38&search_y=16&

 

Many Thanks to:

Australian Government Indigenous Culture Support and Maintenance of Indigenous Languages Program, Darwin Festival, Sidney Myer Foundation, Ulintjinni Association, Tiwi Islands Local Government, Tiwi Land Council, Bimawear, Artback NT, Charles Darwin University,  Arts NT, APRA AMCOS, Community Benefit Fund, Matilda Minerals, Primary Communications, Red Cross NT Communities for Children programme.  

                

                                          

 

                    

                                   Genevieve, Leonie and Teresita after the Opera House gig.

 

 

 

Photos on 'home' and 'we sing songs' pages by F.Morrison for the Darwin Festival. All other photos by whoever was holding the camera at the time.