Thanks to the following people who are supporting the Kurdiji project by donating today;
Alison Haysey, Amelie Ward, Andrea Leong, Andrew Calvert, Anna Smith-Cassells, Annette Philp, Bob Dick, Carol Neubauer, Craig Arnold, Elizabeth Whalan, Gina Bond, Grace Tabet, Helena De Schutter, Jen Livingston, Jesika Haangana, Karl Williamson, Kellie Kemppainen, Ken Lambert, Kirsten Downer, Kirsten Lunoe, Lareesa Brennan, Marianne Doczi, Marion Allan, Marion Caraher, Molly Skinner, Olivia Seck, Pratibha Rai, Richard Mcgrath, Su-lee Ling, Su-yin Hor, Tash Leviston, Tim Hillier, Tim Preston, Vashti Pontaks.
Also thank you to our 1 Anonymous donor.
We have raised $42,154 of our $280k goal to date to help realise the Kurdiji 1.0 app and help build resilience and prevent suicides in Indigenous youth. We can only do this through your generosity and support, so thank you.
We passed the 15% funded milestone today thanks to the support of the project donors that also broke the 900 mark today. We are greatfull for all those of you who have been able to support the project thus far and who have determined to make a change for the better.
We would also like to share with you messages of support we have received from our GoFundMe donors today. They are all appreciated!;
● Hi, I am a 28 years old phd student in arts, focusing on creative practices as a response to trauma and dispossession, and mourning. This app and the whole idea behind it are truly great, congratulations and all the best in pursuing this project.
● A wonderful way to help your young people understand why their life is worth living.
● Stay strong,and well done. Total respect.
● Love the whole of community intergenerational approach!
● Please help fund this deadly program. Every dollar helps!
● Thank you for what you are doing. I hope it reaches the heart of the young men and brings the healing needed.
● Good luck people.
Please keep following our progress during the campaign. If you have donated then thank you again and if you haven’t then please do consider it any amount helps, however small or large. If you have not already liked our Facebook page or shared our crowdfunding post with your friends then we invite you to do so and help us spread the word!