Kindred Spirits Foundation

Our Work and Structure – What we do

Kindred Spirits Foundation supports people to make the connections they need to stay on track and reach their destination. “Connections, tracks and destinations, all sounds a bit like public transport, and in reality, public transport, in the form of Latrobe Valley Bus Lines, has been the catalyst in establishing the Kindred Spirits Foundation.” Rhonda Renwick.

Latrobe Valley Bus Lines works closely with the community to support choices and quality of life. Similarly, the Kindred Spirits Foundation works with community and alongside people, Australia-wide, to develop projects that allow for social and environmental change.

Empowering People and Communities

Kindred Spirits is dedicated to giving a hand. Through acts of kindness KSF supports people and their communities make the connections they need to stay on track and reach their destination.

How we work

The Kindred Spirits Foundation takes the time to get to know each and every one of our partner community groups in order to develop meaningful and lasting relationships that in turn foster growth and change. We aim to facilitate projects by:
•Ensuring active participation in the development and implementation of ideas and activities
•Expanding the awareness of the Kindred Spirits Foundation through networks and colleagues
•Co-opting the skills and knowledge of colleagues and local for worthwhile and innovative projects

Kindred Spirits provides its greatest value to community projects by acting as an incubator between the community and interested investment and support groups seeking to help that community realise its full potential. In this way, Kindred Spirits ensures the right level of governance oversight is provided.

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What fabulous news!
Good luckWe are excited to announce that we have received a $10,000 grant from the Westpac Foundation that will allow us to distribute 125 Literacy Packs to disadvantaged Indigenous students across Australia.

One of the many challenges faced by ALNF when implementing literacy programs in marginalised communities is the lack of basic literacy resources available to students. The Literacy Pack initiative augments ALNF’s current projects and programs by providing young people with the necessary resources required, yet not often available, to encourage successful home/school learning environments.

You can donate a Literacy Pack to a child today! Go to www.alnf.org/donate and select the 'Literacy Pack' donation. THANK YOU!
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