A big thank you to all who attended our Food Ladder event. We are proud to have brought together such an amazing group of speakers and guests to learn more about our work creating food and economic security for disadvantaged communities in Australia and abroad. We were also thrilled to have on offer our native bush foods grown in Food Ladder social enterprises in the Northern Territory and brought to life by made by Merivale.
A special thank you to all who have generously donated to our $10,000 x 10 communities campaign, as we strive to raise $100,000 to implement 10 Food Ladder systems across India and Uganda. Our Food Ladder model has long focussed on bettering the lives of those living in remote Indigenous communities, and we now wish to create exponential impact by expanding our footprint and sharing our knowledge with international communities.
Should you wish to donate please visit our donation page or if you would like to learn more do not hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event would not have been such a success without the kind support of The CorriLee Foundation, our corporate partner Resimac, Norton Rose Fulbright, made by Merivale, Yaru Water, Tracey Deep Floral Sculptures, Best Buds Florist, Platinum & Co, Shorty’s Liquor and Gondwana Wines, alongside our guest speakers Natalie Ahmat, Anton Enus, Mikey Robins and Ann Weldon.