Andrew & Jeni Binns, Vicki Brooke, Byron Bay Coffee Company, Dr Austin & Annie Curtin, Andrew & Gaela Hurford, Sharne & David Wolff
In loving memory of John C Alsop, Jennifer McLennan & Michael Bird, Austin Curtin, Jenny Dowell, Brian Henry, Nick & Tanya Jones, Nick Lake, Ian & Sally Lennon, Newton Denny Chapelle, Delia O’Hara, The StoneyLee Art Farm, Anonymous (2)
Brett Adlington, Rev. Thea Archinal, Jodie Baillie, Dr Chris Blaxland, Jeremy Curtin, Claire Daily, Leo Daly, Jan Dent, Sarah Harvey & Rick Shearman, Warwick & Bev Herbert, Jayne Hoffman, Lindy Hume, David Keep, Sarah Kimball, Heron Lee, Tiffany Lucas, Leone Martin-Smith, Katrina Mathieson,
Sarah McGahan, Stephen Moore, Paulina Newman, Myeka Page, Suzette Pearce, Jennifer Regan, Glenys Ritchie, Norma Seager, Sigrid Staender-Challender, Paul Standish, Jane Williams
There’s never been a better time to give to the NORPA Foundation.Donate now
Your donation provides direct support to the three pillars of the NORPA Foundation:
Telling stories that are unique to the culture and fabric of the Northern Rivers is a hallmark of NORPA's homegrown works. NORPA is one of only a few companies left in regional Australia making new work. Funding for regionally based new works is hard to get, which is why we rely on the continuous support of our community.
Photo | Kurt Petersen
We're proud to have over 5,000 primary and secondary students participate in NORPA's Education Program every year. We believe fostering the creative passions of young people in the community is one of the most important things we can do - it inspires positive education outcomes in literacy, English, creativity and builds self-confidence.
The Bundjalung people have been making stories, since and ceremony and performance here for over 40,000 years. NORPA celebrates Indigenous and Bundjalung artists through supporting development of new works and creative collaborations. Donations to the NORPA Foundation help sustain this and other important programs such as NAIDOC at NORPA and the youth dance troupe Nini Nghari Gali.
Photo | Kate Holmes