A different future.

We see a future where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have equal opportunity in achieving success through education and employment. We partner with charitable organisations to make that vision a reality.

"Envato is proud to be an Australian company. So when we created a charitable foundation, we wanted to focus on a uniquely Australian challenge."

Collis Ta'eed, Co-Founder of Envato

How we work

We support and partner with charitable organisations that focus on opportunity creation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly through the development and education of children and youth.

The Envato Foundation is funded by at least 1% of Envato's annual pre-tax profits.

Our Partners

The Envato Foundation is proud to have funded the following organisations. 

Yalari provides Indigenous children with the opportunity to receive a full boarding school scholarship for their entire secondary education.

Ganbina mentors young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to go from school to their first job.

A collaborative project between Smiling Mind and the NPY Women's Council to support the mental health of children and adults across the APY lands.

Enrise integrates emerging technologies, critically supporting Indigenous and Remote students on their individual learning challenges.

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation gifts books to remote Indigenous communities, runs early literacy programs and publishes books written by the community.

Indigitek is a community of like-minded and passionate Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people who are continuing a proud tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Bond University is uniquely placed to nurture Indigenous students through the academic and personal challenges and opportunities of tertiary studies.

Story Factory builds literacy, confidence and creativity in young people from under-resourced communities.

 
 

"We're very excited about the new relationship, and developing a deeper partnership with Envato. The three-year commitment, the continuity of the funding, is really important for our program... There's definitely a lot of opportunities we can explore as this partnership progresses."

Anthony Cavanagh, CEO of Ganbina

 
Media

Check out these articles that have featured the Envato Foundation. If you have a media enquiry, please get in touch.

Indigenous Groups' Tech Support
The Australian

Tech Giant Launches Foundation to Tackle Indigenous Disadvantage
Pro Bono Australia

Building Strong Foundations
Envato

 

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