The Aboriginal Benefits Foundation is a charity established in 2004 by a group of committed individuals involved in Indigenous art and culture. The not-for-profit company Aboriginal Benefits Foundation Limited is the trustee for the Public Ancillary fund, the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation Trust.
The objectives of the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation are to promote, provide and carry out activities, facilities and projects for the benefit, welfare and well-being of Aboriginal communities throughout Australia and the members of those communities. The Aboriginal Benefits Foundation has a particular focus on supporting health and education projects with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists, which are undertaken to assist the youth, the aged and those who suffer from infirmity, disability, poverty or other disadvantageous social or economic circumstances.
The Aboriginal Benefits Foundation has held a number of fundraising events to support Aboriginal programmes in communities throughout Australia.
You can help the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation support communities by attending the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation 12th Anniversary Dinner & Art Auction on 17 November 2016 or by bidding online.
Online ticketing is available and bidding has started. Order tickets and see the auction catalogue via our Events & Fundraising page.