By making a donation to the Adelaide Fringe Foundation you are supporting a range of initiatives and projects including:

The Community Fund

We believe in making the arts accessible to everyone.
Working in collaboration with a range of established not-for-profit organisations, schools, community groups and charities the Adelaide Fringe Foundation provides important and powerful arts experiences to disadvantaged community groups.

Find out more about the Community Fund here 

Investing in our rich Indigenous culture

The Adelaide Fringe Foundation supports, recognises and celebrates the living culture of the First Nations with projects such as Tindo Utpurndee and Yabarra Gathering of Light. Both events are produced by the Adelaide Fringe in collaboration with Senior Custodian of Ceremony Karl ‘Winda’ Telfer and Yellaka. Both projects are family friendly and free to the public. They offer an enriching experience to engage with Indigenous culture.

Accessible Arts

Donating to the Adelaide Fringe Foundation supports accessibility initiatives including the development and distribution of Accessibility Guides, Auslan interpreters at signature projects and events, increased accessibility services offered at registered Fringe venues including break out spaces and ticketing accessibility.

The Artist Fund  

We encourage and assist Australian artists to produce works within the Adelaide Fringe through our Artist Fund Grant initiatives. This funding alleviates the financial burdens of artists in producing works and has far reaching and career enhancing outcomes. Find out about our recipients here

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