BE A PART OF SOMETHING TRANSFORMATIVE
AT 10×10 ADELAIDE
By making your $100 pledge, you’re directly contributing to initiatives that drive meaningful change in our community. After hearing from the organisation’s founders, you’ll have the opportunity to allocate your donation amongst the charities according to your preference.
Don’t miss this unique chance to engage, learn, and contribute. Secure your pledge now.
Complimentary drinks and canapes provided.
THE SOCIAL PURPOSE ORGANISATIONS
The Reily Foundation
The Reily Foundation is dedicated to aiding parents navigating the Child Protection System. The foundation aims to empower parents through free education, advocacy, and practical support, applying a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach. Committed to the safety and well-being of children, the Reily team works towards family reunification and building effective parenting capacities
Talk Out Loud
Talk Out Loud offers crucial mental health support for at-risk youth in South Australia. Founded after a personal tragedy, the charity bridges the gap between mental health diagnosis and treatment. Partnering with private health professionals and suicide prevention networks, they provide an array of services and activities. Their mission is to create safe spaces where young people can connect, share their stories, and find a path to recovery.
The Tjindu Foundation empowers Aboriginal children in South Australia through culture-centred programs that connect sport to education and personal development. Offering football academies and cultural workshops, they work with key stakeholders to boost cultural awareness and educational prospects. Their mission is to cultivate future Aboriginal leaders.
Our Shark - Dr Lisa Slade
Dr Lisa Slade is Assistant Director, Artistic Programs at the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) and is a curator, educator and writer. She is responsible for the strategic leadership of AGSA’s artistic programs and the management of the Gallery’s Curatorial, Registration, Public Programs, Front of House and Education teams.
Her recent projects include Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art; the 2019 Venice Biennale collateral project Living rocks: a fragment of the universe and the national touring exhibition Quilty. She is currently working on the first survey exhibition of the work of Vincent Namatjira which will be presented as part of AGSA’s Tarnanthi in 2023 before traveling to the National Gallery of Australia in 2024.