Thank you!

Thanks to the following people who are supporting the Kurdiji project by donating today;

AUSIT the Australian Institute of Interpreters & Translators, Drew Baker, Jenny & Todd Vallance, Katherine Nelson, Sandra De Oliveira, Sophie Masson.

Also thank you to our 1 Anonymous donor.

We have raised $55,369 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.

Yesterday we predicted that we would break the $55k funding point (well we were only $11 short), and today mystical foresight has been proven! The number 5 has been with us since the start of the campaign, there are 5 principles of Kurdiji, our strap line Give $5 for Kurdiji, Free Raine’s $5 pledge that inspired our My Five Friends and day 38 (well 8 – 3 is 5 … maybe that’s stretching the metaphor a little too far). Whatever the reason reaching $55k is a milestone for us here and a huge thank you to everyone who has donated and taken us this far and thank you for join us on our journey.

We would like to share with you the public messages of support we have received from our GoFundMe donors today. They are always appreciated!;

● Incredible work! So happy to support.
● AUSIT is pleased to support a project with direct impact on colleagues working in Aboriginal languages
● I pledged that if 5 of my European friends made a donation I would add $5. Six of them donated. Thank you Niall, Barbara, Lindy, Felix, Andrew and Nicole.

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!


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