Donating to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation

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Envirofluid is proud to help the Indigenous Literacy Foundation in making a positive difference in the early literacy levels of Indigenous Australian children living in remote communities.  This, in turn, helps to improve their lives and opportunities.



The Foundation is an initiative of the Australian Book Industry, drawing on its expertise and resources to help them provide books and literacy resources for children in remote communities across Australia.

The Foundation works to improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous Australians living in remote communities through the provision of books and literacy resources in over 200 communities across Australia.

In the past three years the Indigenous Literacy Foundation has:

  • delivered more than 350,000 books and literacy resources to over 280 remote communities
  • implemented their early literacy Book Buzz program in over 30 remote communities
  • published or funded 88 Community Literacy Projects
  • travelled with ambassadors and authors to conduct writing workshops in remote schools across Australia

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