10×10 Philanthropy

Impact Report 2023

10×10 Philanthropy

Impact Report 2023

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Our Vision

Our vision is for the most innovative early-stage social purpose organisations to get the support they need to scale their service of vulnerable people, and for our volunteers to be inspired to live a life of giving.

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Executive
Reports
Executive Reports
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Chair
Michael Sirmai

Chair
Michael Sirmai

CEO
Michele Renshaw

CEO
Michele Renshaw

Chair's Report
Chair's Report

Having admired the work of 10x10 from afar, I am very pleased to have joined at a pivotal point in its impact journey.

10x10 is uniquely positioned in the social impact sector. For 10 years it has been a catalyst of impact, opportunity and change. It has given [hundreds] of early-stage social purpose organisations transformative opportunities of capital and other benefits. Many attribute their success to having partnered early with 10x10; the early connection helping them attract other capital and build their own communities.

Similarly, [thousands] of socially minded volunteers have started their philanthropic journeys with 10x10. For many, this has also been catalytic: sparking journeys through careers, skilled volunteering, and other paths with sometimes profound effect on the social impact ecosystem. And now, through its partnership with Community Capital, 10x10 is connecting some of its most promising social purpose organisations with multi-year scale capital.

10x10 is fundamentally a people enterprise, both in terms of the impact it drives and the vast teams of people upon whom it relies. In that spirit, I say a huge ‘thank you’ to our incredible major supporters and funders, our partners, our volunteers, the founders of the many social purpose enterprises who trust us on their journeys, and of course our management team and Board. I would also like to warmly welcome our wonderful new CEO, Michele Renshaw, and to sincerely thank our formidable former CEO, Nici Andronicus. I would also like to thank former Chair and Co-Founder Laurence Marshbaum who has injected his heart and soul into 10x10. We are fortunate to have his continued expertise.

We have big ambition for the period ahead. We will increase focus on our areas of biggest opportunity. We will drive even bigger outcomes by focusing on what we do best, maturing how we track the breadth of our impact, and leveraging our expertise, our resources and the incredible power of our movement. I hope you will join us.

CEO's Report
CEO's Report

Inspired by 10x10’s unique ability to drive substantial impact through both grassroots and venture philanthropy, I took over as 10x10’s CEO in late 2023. My decision was driven by an appreciation for the organisation’s multifaceted approach to creating change, which inspires individual philanthropy, boosts emerging charities, and provides avenues for continued funding.

In 2024, we will be focused on two core areas. Firstly, the delivery and implementation of a robust strategy that will not only guide our team and volunteers but also align our efforts towards a singular vision of impactful philanthropy. Secondly, we are focusing on designing and implementing a holistic impact measurement system. This will not only demonstrate our effectiveness, value, and impact, but also provide insights that will drive our growth and enhance our approaches.

In the last five months as 10x10’s CEO, I have felt immense gratitude for our incredible team, our partners, and our volunteer community. Your commitment, creativity, and passion are the lifeblood of 10x10. This journey of creating meaningful change is only possible because of our unity and collective efforts. Together, we are not just supporting causes; we are transforming lives and building a legacy of impactful philanthropy. Thank you for being an integral part of this journey.

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Executive Reports

Chair
Michael Sirmai

CEO
Michele Renshaw

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Chair's Report
Chair's Report

Having admired the work of 10x10 from afar, I am very pleased to have joined at a pivotal point in its impact journey.

10x10 is uniquely positioned in the social impact sector. For 10 years it has been a catalyst of impact, opportunity and change. It has given [hundreds] of early-stage social purpose organisations transformative opportunities of capital and other benefits. Many attribute their success to having partnered early with 10x10; the early connection helping them attract other capital and build their own communities.

Similarly, [thousands] of socially minded volunteers have started their philanthropic journeys with 10x10. For many, this has also been catalytic: sparking journeys through careers, skilled volunteering, and other paths with sometimes profound effect on the social impact ecosystem. And now, through its partnership with Community Capital, 10x10 is connecting some of its most promising social purpose organisations with multi-year scale capital.

10x10 is fundamentally a people enterprise, both in terms of the impact it drives and the vast teams of people upon whom it relies. In that spirit, I say a huge ‘thank you’ to our incredible major supporters and funders, our partners, our volunteers, the founders of the many social purpose enterprises who trust us on their journeys, and of course our management team and Board. I would also like to warmly welcome our wonderful new CEO, Michele Renshaw, and to sincerely thank our formidable former CEO, Nici Andronicus. I would also like to thank former Chair and Co-Founder Laurence Marshbaum who has injected his heart and soul into 10x10. We are fortunate to have his continued expertise.

We have big ambition for the period ahead. We will increase focus on our areas of biggest opportunity. We will drive even bigger outcomes by focusing on what we do best, maturing how we track the breadth of our impact, and leveraging our expertise, our resources and the incredible power of our movement. I hope you will join us.

CEO's Report
CEO's Report

Inspired by 10x10’s unique ability to drive substantial impact through both grassroots and venture philanthropy, I took over as 10x10’s CEO in late 2023. My decision was driven by an appreciation for the organisation’s multifaceted approach to creating change, which inspires individual philanthropy, boosts emerging charities, and provides avenues for continued funding.

In 2024, we will be focused on two core areas. Firstly, the delivery and implementation of a robust strategy that will not only guide our team and volunteers but also align our efforts towards a singular vision of impactful philanthropy. Secondly, we are focusing on designing and implementing a holistic impact measurement system. This will not only demonstrate our effectiveness, value, and impact, but also provide insights that will drive our growth and enhance our approaches.

In the last five months as 10x10’s CEO, I have felt immense gratitude for our incredible team, our partners, and our volunteer community. Your commitment, creativity, and passion are the lifeblood of 10x10. This journey of creating meaningful change is only possible because of our unity and collective efforts. Together, we are not just supporting causes; we are transforming lives and building a legacy of impactful philanthropy. Thank you for being an integral part of this journey.

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Our Impact in 2023

$1.135M

Total funds donated

45

SPO’s supported

2073

Attendees

155

Volunteers

2355

Volunteer hours given

6

Countries

In 2023, $1.135 million was distributed to social purpose organisations through our events and venture philanthropy partnership with Community Capital Credit Fund. This is a 65% increase from last year and reflects our collective commitment to making a difference.

Our Cumulative Impact

$5M+

Total funds donated

336

SPO’s supported

15,000

Attendees

1262

Volunteers

23,410

Volunteer hours given

7

Countries

2023 Events
2023
Events
Discover more about the 45 impactful social purpose organisations we supported this year at 14 events in 9 cities.
Tel Aviv January

January 18, 2023. Lead by Judy Bassaly

Tel Aviv

KEIDF - Empowers marginalised individuals through economic development by facilitating bank loans for entrepreneurs with organisations that drive positive change and foster inclusive growth.

Ohel Sarah - Combats hunger in Israel by rescuing surplus food and distributing it to those in need. Pesia's Kitchen has provided 1.5 million meals to hungry residents of Tel Aviv in the past year.

Pesia's Kitchen - Fighting hunger in Israel by rescuing surplus food and distributing it to those in need.

Melbourne March

March 30, 2023. Lead by Jeremy Dukes

Melbourne

Housing All Australians - A business-led initiative dedicated to helping address Australia’s chronic shortage of low-income affordable housing.

The Pink Elephants Support Network - Provides the latest resources, information, and peer support for anyone impacted by early pregnancy loss.

The Water Well Project - Provides free, interactive, and inclusive health education sessions for community groups from migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker backgrounds.

London March

March 30 2023, Lead by Libby Landenberg

London

The 999 Club - Provides essential services to those experiencing homelessness in South London.

The Tower Hamlets Law Centre - Provides free legal advice and representation to people in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

We Are Grow - Provides support and training to young people in London who are not in education, employment, or training.

LA April

April 13 2023, Lead by Luisa Cooper

Los Angeles

Bags into Beds - Repurposes soft plastics from various industries to create down-feather alternatives used to fill pillows and other products that uplift the houseless.

Camp Del Corazon - Year round experiential and educational opportunities for children and families living with congenital heart disease.

Every Day Action - Reduces food waste by rescuing leftover gourmet meals from film and TV sets and donating them directly to LA's unhoused and under-resourced communities.

Hong Kong April

April 20 2023, Lead by Inna Highfield

Hong Kong

Kely Support Group - Equipping young people with the skills, knowledge, and opportunities needed to support themselves and each other.

Love 21 Foundation - Empowering and enriching the lives of those with Down syndrome and autism through supportive and holistic community programs.

OCD & Anxiety HK - Counselling clinic is for adults who cannot afford or access psychotherapy.

Sydney April

April 27 2023, Lead by Jane Robertson & Nikita Sernack

10x10 Sydney

Enrise - Provides vital learning support to young and vulnerable children through digital education intervention programs.

Pass It On Clothing- Puts your apparel, shoes and accessories donations directly in the hands of those who need it most.

Twenty10 - Specialised services for young LGBTQIA+ people aged 12-25, including housing, counselling and social support.

Adelaide June

June 6 2023, Lead by Tsering Hannaford

10x10 Adelaide

Cottages For Country Care - Provide accommodation for disadvantaged and/or disabled people from country communities who require medical and / or community services offered in Adelaide

The Gold Foundation - Providing support for young people on the Autism Spectrum and their families

Grandcarers SA- Supporting Grandcarers, those who have concerns about the safety and welfare of their grandchildren

Auckland June

June 28 2023, Lead by Alaina Mcgregor

10x10 Auckland

The Lucy Foundation - Disability-led and actively transforming the global coffee industry through inclusive, ethical and environmentally regenerative trade.

For The Love Of Bees - dedicated to raising awareness about native bees and their vital role as keystone pollinator and food security in the local community.

Last Chance Project - Supporting young men to understand the value of their mental health, contributing positively to a resilient and vibrant society.

London September

September 14 2023, Lead by Libby Landenberg

10x10 London

IMECE is a women centre standing against all forms of violence against women and girls, focusing on Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee women living in London.

Mary’s exists to provide therapeutic care and practical safety to young people impacted by violence and poverty and consequently at risk of being excluded from school and entering the criminal justice system.

Tailblazer's Mentoring provides mentoring services to young offenders giving them the tools, support and opportunities they need to continue on their new path and instil positive change.

Melbourne September

September 14 2023, Lead by Jeremy Dukes

10x10 Melbourne

Anika Legal provides free support to renters impacted by the housing crisis. Their mission is to assist renters to maintain safe, long-term and sustainable housing.

The Beautiful Bunch offers life-changing training and work opportunities to young women from refugee backgrounds experiencing barriers to employment in Australia.

You Matter supports women and families escaping family violence through the provision of furniture and household items necessary to run a functional home.

Sydney September

September 21 2023, Lead by Jane Robertson & Natalie Jollow

10x10 Sydney

Confit Pathways empowers incarcerated youth with reintegration skills through fitness, education, and employment programs, guided by experienced mentors and in collaboration with Youth Justice Centres.

Consent Labs tackles sexual violence among young people by delivering intersectional consent education in schools and universities, co-designed with local experts and backed by the NSW Department of Education.

Re-Love aids families in crisis, particularly those affected by domestic violence and homelessness, by offering quality rescued furniture and household items to transform houses into homes.

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Brisbane October

October 5 2023, Lead by Sophie Robertson

10x10 Brisbane

What Ability Foundation is on a mission to unlock experiences for people living with a disability or diminished capacity and their families. Their vision is to create an inclusive community across Australia.

Altru is revolutionising the way society tackles destitution and social inequalities. Through its annual Altru Festival, the organisation offers immediate, on-site access to essential services such as medical care and job skills for at-risk youth and marginalised communities.

Indigenous Futures Foundation is reimagining how we approach food justice and crisis recovery among Australia’s First Nation communities.

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Adelaide October

October 12 2023, Lead by Tsering Hannaford & Kiah Elsworthy

10x10 Adelaide

The Reily Foundation is dedicated to aiding parents navigating the Child Protection System through free education, advocacy, and practical support, applying a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach.

Talk Out Loud offers crucial mental health support for at-risk youth in South Australia by bridging the gap between mental health diagnosis and treatment.

Tjindu Foundation empowers Aboriginal children in South Australia through culture-centred programs that connect sport to education and personal development.

Goldman Sachs November

November 21 2023, Lead by Emma Dobbie and Georgina Brookes

10x10 Goldman Sachs

Banksia Women offers support to women who have faced domestic violence. Through ‘Survivors Connect’ trauma-informed courses, and legal and social work appointments, they empower women to heal and rebuild.

Brainwave is committed to aiding families affected by brain injury and illness across Australia. From the point of diagnosis onwards, they provide holistic support in times of crisis and ensure ongoing access to vital information and resources.

Confit Pathways is on a mission to reduce recidivism by equipping incarcerated and formerly incarcerated young people with the skills, mindset and community needed to reintegrate into society.

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London November

November 29 2023, Lead by Libby Landenberg

10x10 London

The Vavengers are committed to ending Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting and other forms of Violence Against Women and Girls across the UK.

Drive Forward supports young adults leaving foster or residential care to achieve their full potential with exciting and sustainable employment opportunities.

Team Up use tuition, delivered by inspirational role models, to enable pupils from low income backgrounds to meaningfully increase their academic attainment, in order to improve the choices open to them.

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2023 Events
2023 Events
Tel Aviv January
Tel Aviv January
Melbourne March
Melbourne March
London March
London March
LA April
LA April
Hong Kong April
Hong Kong April
Sydney April
Sydney April
Adelaide June
Adelaide June
Auckland June
Auckland June
London September
London September
Melbourne September
Melbourne September
Sydney September
Sydney September
Brisbane October
Brisbane October
Adelaide October
Adelaide October
Goldman Sachs November
Goldman Sachs November
London November
London November
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Spotlight on a corporate

Read about our partnership with Goldman Sachs

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Goldman Sachs

The Next Generation Foundation are partners of 10x10 in the development and growth of the Venture Philanthropy side of our organisation. Specifically, to support our inaugural partnership with the Community Capital Credit Fund. As a direct result of this partnership and support from The Next Generation Foundation, we saw a 75% increase in funds dispersed to SPOs in 2023. We anticipate this growth to be amplified further with additional Venture Philanthropy partners in our pipeline for 2024. Thank you to Nick, Gabi, and Courtney who share our vision to support social innovators through
collective action. Together, we can create lasting change.

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SPO Spotlights
SPO
Spotlights
Discover the profound impact our social purpose partners
are making in their local communities.
Confit Pathways
Confit Pathways

The Problem:
61% of young people aged 10-17 re-offend within six months of release. Joe Kwon, founder of Confit Pathways, aims to change this through mentorship, having experienced its transformative power during his 13-year prison term.

The Model:
Confit Pathways offers mentoring in Youth Justice Centres and prevention programs in schools and communities. These programs, led by mentors with personal experience, focus on positive development in fitness, employment, and education.

The Impact:
Confit Pathways is expanding its reach by opening its first Confit Gym and collaborations for impact evaluation. Its success translates to significant societal savings, with every ten youths avoiding re-incarceration saving over $5 million.

Water Well Project
The Water Well Project

The Problem:
Migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker communities face barriers to healthcare access due to language and cultural differences, and complex systems. Dr. Linny Kimly Phuong, inspired by her refugee parents, seeks to address this challenge.

The Model:
The Water Well Project collaborates with community organisations to offer free, interactive health education tailored to the unique needs of migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker groups, facilitated by volunteer healthcare professionals.

The Impact:
The Project has conducted over 1000 health literacy sessions, reaching 16,000+ participants across 40+ language groups in Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania, and recently introduced 'taster' boxes to extend its outreach.

Re-Love
Re-Love

The Problem:
In Australia, 1 in 6 women experience domestic violence. Many families escaping this violence find themselves in homes without any basic necessities.

The Model:
Re-Love offers quality, rescued furniture and household items at no cost to families in crisis. Clients, aided by case workers, choose from donations by suppliers and corporates, which are then delivered and assembled by volunteers, transforming empty spaces into comfortable homes.

The Impact:
Re-Love has furnished 1,000+ homes and diverted 2,250 tonnes of furniture from landfills, valued at $10M. They furnish 15 homes weekly and sell excess furniture for additional funds. Re-Love is growing, starting pilot operations in Melbourne.

Bags into Beds
Bags Into Beds

The Problem:
In Los Angeles, an alarming volume of unrecycled plastics is causing environmental damage, contributing to pollution in landfills and natural areas. Simultaneously, the city faces a significant challenge with homelessness, leaving many without basic necessities like a comfortable place to sleep.

The Model:
Bags Into Beds is addressing these dual challenges innovatively. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, it focuses on transforming unrecycled plastics into sustainable bedding for those experiencing homelessness. Their process involves creating pillows and other bedding items that not only provide comfort to those in need but also help in reducing plastic waste. Each donated pillow represents a tangible step towards environmental sustainability while offering immediate aid to marginalized individuals.

The Impact:
To date, Bags Into Beds has successfully diverted 7600 pounds of plastic from landfills and waterways, directly contributing to environmental preservation. This initiative not only aids in managing the city's waste but also provides essential comfort to people experiencing homelessness. Their work exemplifies a dual-impact approach, tackling both environmental and social issues through creative and sustainable solutions.

Last Chance Project
The Last Chance Project

The Problem:
In New Zealand, men's mental health, burdened by stigma and unspoken traumas, needs urgent attention and open dialogue for better well-being and support.

The Model:
By focusing on various demographics, from young individuals to working professionals, The Last Chance Project offers tailored approaches for different needs, ensuring that no man is left behind.

The Impact:
The Last Chance Project transforms lives by fostering mental well-being in men across various settings, from schools to workplaces. Its impact, evidenced in enhanced reflection and support networks, contributes to a more empathetic and mentally healthier Aotearoa New Zealand.

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SPO Spotlights
SPO
Spotlights
Discover the profound impact our social purpose partners are making in their local communities.
Confit Pathways
Confit Pathways

The Problem:
61% of young people aged 10-17 re-offend within six months of release. Joe Kwon, founder of Confit Pathways, aims to change this through mentorship, having experienced its transformative power during his 13-year prison term.

The Model:
Confit Pathways offers mentoring in Youth Justice Centres and prevention programs in schools and communities. These programs, led by mentors with personal experience, focus on positive development in fitness, employment, and education.

The Impact:
Confit Pathways is expanding its reach by opening its first Confit Gym and collaborations for impact evaluation. Its success translates to significant societal savings, with every ten youths avoiding re-incarceration saving over $5 million.

Water Well Project
The Water Well Project

The Problem:
Migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker communities face barriers to healthcare access due to language and cultural differences, and complex systems. Dr. Linny Kimly Phuong, inspired by her refugee parents, seeks to address this challenge.

The Model:
The Water Well Project collaborates with community organisations to offer free, interactive health education tailored to the unique needs of migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker groups, facilitated by volunteer healthcare professionals.

The Impact:
The Project has conducted over 1000 health literacy sessions, reaching 16,000+ participants across 40+ language groups in Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania, and recently introduced 'taster' boxes to extend its outreach.

Re-Love
Re-Love

The Problem:
In Australia, 1 in 6 women experience domestic violence. Many families escaping this violence find themselves in homes without any basic necessities.

The Model:
Re-Love offers quality, rescued furniture and household items at no cost to families in crisis. Clients, aided by case workers, choose from donations by suppliers and corporates, which are then delivered and assembled by volunteers, transforming empty spaces into comfortable homes.

The Impact:
Re-Love has furnished 1,000+ homes and diverted 2,250 tonnes of furniture from landfills, valued at $10M. They furnish 15 homes weekly and sell excess furniture for additional funds. Re-Love is growing, starting pilot operations in Melbourne.

Bags into Beds
Bags Into Beds

The Problem:
In Los Angeles, an alarming volume of unrecycled plastics is causing environmental damage, contributing to pollution in landfills and natural areas. Simultaneously, the city faces a significant challenge with homelessness, leaving many without basic necessities like a comfortable place to sleep.

The Model:
Bags Into Beds is addressing these dual challenges innovatively. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, it focuses on transforming unrecycled plastics into sustainable bedding for those experiencing homelessness. Their process involves creating pillows and other bedding items that not only provide comfort to those in need but also help in reducing plastic waste. Each donated pillow represents a tangible step towards environmental sustainability while offering immediate aid to marginalized individuals.

The Impact:
To date, Bags Into Beds has successfully diverted 7600 pounds of plastic from landfills and waterways, directly contributing to environmental preservation. This initiative not only aids in managing the city's waste but also provides essential comfort to people experiencing homelessness. Their work exemplifies a dual-impact approach, tackling both environmental and social issues through creative and sustainable solutions.

Last Chance Project
The Last Chance Project

The Problem:
In New Zealand, men's mental health, burdened by stigma and unspoken traumas, needs urgent attention and open dialogue for better well-being and support.

The Model:
By focusing on various demographics, from young individuals to working professionals, The Last Chance Project offers tailored approaches for different needs, ensuring that no man is left behind.

The Impact:
The Last Chance Project transforms lives by fostering mental well-being in men across various settings, from schools to workplaces. Its impact, evidenced in enhanced reflection and support networks, contributes to a more empathetic and mentally healthier Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Next Gen
SPO Alumni Spotlight

We’re so pleased to share the impact Fighting Chance
have had since being on the 10x10 stage in 2014.

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Fighting Chance collaborates with individuals with disabilities to pinpoint the obstacles they encounter in their daily lives. They engage in the design, construction, and empowerment of sustainable social businesses aimed at bridging these gaps. Since its inception, Fighting Changes has founded four Enterprises that support people living with a disability: Avenue, Plus+, Jigsaw and Base Housing Collective.

In 2013, Fighting Chance provided support to 30 individuals with disabilities, operating from an office in Frenchs Forest. Fast forward to today, and the organisation has significantly expanded its reach, positively impacting the lives of over 1,200 people with disabilities across its 15 sites in Australia and currently employs 600 people.

Despite one in five Australians having a disability and significant investment in sector reform, this cohort still experiences higher rates of unemployment, social exclusion, abuse, and poverty than most Australians. Fighting Chance is committed to changing this reality through the work they do across their four enterprises.

"Partnering with 10x10 back in 2013 was a genuine game changer for Fighting Chance. The partnership and the networks it exposed us to very directly drove the financial and strategic relationships which have subsequently allowed us to 40X our impact in the last 10 years. We’re very grateful to 10x10 for their support of Fighting Chance, and the disability sector in Australia more generally."

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SPO Alumni Spotlight

We’re so pleased to share the impact Fighting Chance have had since being on the 10x10 stage in 2014.

Next Gen

Fighting Chance collaborates with individuals with disabilities to pinpoint the obstacles they encounter in their daily lives. They engage in the design, construction, and empowerment of sustainable social businesses aimed at bridging these gaps. Since its inception, Fighting Changes has founded four Enterprises that support people living with a disability: Avenue, Plus+, Jigsaw and Base Housing Collective.

In 2013, Fighting Chance provided support to 30 individuals with disabilities, operating from an office in Frenchs Forest. Fast forward to today, and the organisation has significantly expanded its reach, positively impacting the lives of over 1,200 people with disabilities across its 15 sites in Australia and currently employs 600 people.

Despite one in five Australians having a disability and significant investment in sector reform, this cohort still experiences higher rates of unemployment, social exclusion, abuse, and poverty than most Australians. Fighting Chance is committed to changing this reality through the work they do across their four enterprises.

"Partnering with 10x10 back in 2013 was a genuine game changer for Fighting Chance. The partnership and the networks it exposed us to very directly drove the financial and strategic relationships which have subsequently allowed us to 40X our impact in the last 10 years. We’re very grateful to 10x10 for their support of Fighting Chance, and the disability sector in Australia more generally."

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Venture Philanthropy

We can’t do what we do without the generous donations
from our partners. Each year we like to spotlight one of our partners.

Next Gen

The Next Generation Foundation are partners of 10x10 in the development and growth of the Venture Philanthropy side of our organisation. Specifically, to support our inaugural partnership with the Community Capital Credit Fund. As a direct result of this partnership and support from The Next Generation Foundation, we saw a 75% increase in funds dispersed to SPOs in 2023. We anticipate this growth to be amplified further with additional Venture Philanthropy partners in our pipeline for 2024. Thank you to Nick, Gabi, and Courtney who share our vision to support social innovators through
collective action. Together, we can create lasting change.

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Next Gen
Venture Philanthropy

We can’t do what we do without the generous donations from our partners. Each year we like to spotlight one of our partners.

Next Gen

The Next Generation Foundation are partners of 10x10 in the development and growth of the Venture Philanthropy side of our organisation. Specifically, to support our inaugural partnership with the Community Capital Credit Fund. As a direct result of this partnership and support from The Next Generation Foundation, we saw a 75% increase in funds dispersed to SPOs in 2023. We anticipate this growth to be amplified further with additional Venture Philanthropy partners in our pipeline for 2024. Thank you to Nick, Gabi, and Courtney who share our vision to support social innovators through
collective action. Together, we can create lasting change.

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Ten Year
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Ten Years of 10x10

In April 2013, 10x10 began its journey, hosting our first 10x10 event out of our Paddington office, where we managed to raise $10,000 for three local Sydney charities. Fast forward a decade to April 2023, and we celebrated our 10th anniversary in style at the Sydney Modern Art Gallery. This sold out evening, led by project lead Nikita Sernack, raised $250,000 for Twenty10, Pass it On, Enrise, breaking 10x10’s attendance record!

The night was a blend of culture and community spirit, featuring performances from one of Sydney's finest violinists, alongside a spread of drinks, canapés, and some truly amazing raffle and auction prizes. Our shark, Ian Elliot led an engaging panel discussion, where our SPOs shared their impactful work in tackling poverty, promoting equality, and fostering inclusion. This event was a testament to 10x10's significant growth and influence over the past decade. It's incredible to see how far we've come, and it's all thanks to the dedication and support of our community.

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Ten Years of 10x10

In April 2013, 10x10 began its journey, hosting our first 10x10 event out of our Paddington office, where we managed to raise $10,000 for three local Sydney charities. Fast forward a decade to April 2023, and we celebrated our 10th anniversary in style at the Sydney Modern Art Gallery. This sold out evening, led by project lead Nikita Sernack, raised $250,000 for Twenty10, Pass it On, Enrise, breaking 10x10’s attendance record!

The night was a blend of culture and community spirit, featuring performances from one of Sydney's finest violinists, alongside a spread of drinks, canapés, and some truly amazing raffle and auction prizes. Our shark, Ian Elliot led an engaging panel discussion, where our SPOs shared their impactful work in tackling poverty, promoting equality, and fostering inclusion. This event was a testament to 10x10's significant growth and influence over the past decade. It's incredible to see how far we've come, and it's all thanks to the dedication and support of our community.

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10x10 Sydney October 2023
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