Thank You

A special thank you to our donors, we couldn’t do what we do without you!


Patrons
Andrew & Gaela Hurford, Andrew & Jeni Binns, Byron Bay Coffee Company, Dr Austin & Annie Curtin, Sharne & David Wolff, Vicki Brooke

Members
Nick Lake, Nick & Tanya Jones, Newton Denny Chapelle, Jenny Dowell, Jennifer McLennan & Michael Bird, In loving memory of John C Alsop, Delia O’Hara, Brian Henry, Austin Curtin, The Stoney Lee Art Farm, Anonymous (2)

Friends
Brett Adlington, Claire Daily, David Keep, Dr Chris Blaxland, Glenys Ritchie, Heron Lee, Jane Williams, Jennifer Regan, Katrina Mathieson, Leone Martin-Smith, Lindy Hume, Norma Seager, Paul Standish, Paulina Newman, Rev. Thea Archinal, Rick Shearman, Sarah Kimball, Tiffany Lucas, Suzette Pearce, Leone Daly, Sarah McGahan, Jeremy Curtin, Jayne Hoffman, Warwick & Bev Herbert

give to the norpa foundation

There’s never been a better time to give to the NORPA Foundation.

The NORPA Foundation has been awarded a Creative Partnerships Australia Plus1 Grant. This means EVERY donation made to NORPA between now and 31 May 2019 will be matched dollar-for-dollar.

Donate now

Double your impact and provide direct support to the three pillars of the NORPA Foundation:

New Works

New Works

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

Education

Education

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.

Indigenous

Indigenous

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