The ASRC delivers critical assistance to asylum seekers with the help of over 750 committed volunteers, hundreds of individual donors, 32 staff members, foundations and trusts, numerous community fundraising groups, in-kind supporters, and organisations undertaking pro bono work. These make the ASRC one of the best grassroots community organisations in Australia.
However, the ASRC would not be able to offer these services without the generous financial support of our partners, foundations and trusts. ASRC receives 95% of its funding from individuals, philanthropy and partners. We work in partnership with individuals and organisations to ensure the ASRC can continue to offer programs that are of vital importance to asylum seekers.
A wide variety philanthropy trusts have shared our vision of working with those most marginalised, filling the service gaps and engaging not just our clients but the broader community in creating sustainable social change.
What we offer Philanthropy
We provide philanthropic trusts with the wonderful opportunity to support grassroots work that:
To find out more please contact fiona Gillan on email@example.com. The ASRC could not operate without the generous assistance of our current philanthropic partners such as:
> R.E. ROSS Trust
> Myer Foundation
> Becher Foundation