Trusts and Foundations

  • Myer Foundation

    The Myer Foundation has supported the work of Jawun at various times since 2000. Their support has enabled Jawun's ongoing operations, as well as earlier support towards Jawun's Emerging Leaders program.

  • Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

    In addition to providing secondees, the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet financially supports the work of Jawun. Previously Jawun was supported by FaHCSIA, and prior to this by the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs.

  • Yulgilbar Foundation

    The Yulgibar Foundation has partnered with Jawun since 2009, and supports the work in several regions.

  • WA Department of Aboriginal Affairs

    Jawun has been supported by the WA Department of Aboriginal Affairs (formerly the Department of Indigenous Affairs) since 2010.

  • The Berg Family Foundation

    The Berg Family Foundation has supported the work of Jawun since 2010.

  • Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council

    In recognition of the value of the Jawun program, Darkinjung has provided financial support to Jawun since 2012.

  • Macquarie Group Foundation

    Macquarie Group Foundation became a Jawun partner in 2015, and supports the work in the East Kimberley.

  • The Balnaves Foundation

    The Balnaves Foundation became a Jawun partner in 2015, and supports the work in Inner Sydney.

  • The Cameron Foundation

    The Cameron Foundation became a Jawun partner in 2015.

  • Government of South Australia

    The Government of South Australia became Jawun partner in 2015.

  • The John & Myriam Wylie Foundation

    The John and Myriam Wylie Foundation became a partner of Jawun in 2016.

  • Perpetual Trustee

    Perpetual Trustee has supported the work of Jawun at various times since 2013.

  • The Breen Family Foundation

    The Breen Family Foundation became a Jawun partner in 2014.

  • Roger Massy-Greene & Belinda Hutchinson

    Roger Massy-Green & Belinda Hutchinson Foundation became a Jawun partner in 2015.