SKiP is honoured to be a 2018 nib foundation Community Partner. nib foundation’s annual Community Grants program supports a diverse range of charities and projects, with a focus on improving the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged or vulnerable young people and carers.
The Siganto Foundation is a valued long-term supporter of the SKiP Pain Education Program, providing primary funding for SKiP’s art therapy program.
SKiP is delighted to have been the recipient of two Commonwealth Bank Community Grants. We are very excited to be partnering with the Commonwealth Bank to support Australian children. To find out more go to: Commonwealth Bank Community grants.
SKiP is grateful for the continuing support of the Ashirwad Foundation, and for their generous contribution to the SKiP Pain Education Program.
SKiP acknowledges the generous and ongoing support of Allens, through their community grants and matched funding program. Most recently, SKiP was successful in applying for funding for the inaugural SKiP Camp.
In 2016, SKiP was named the recipient of a $50,000 grant generously gifted by the Women & Change Giving Circle – a group of 50 Brisbane-based women who are passionate about helping people and supporting organisations who deliver social change. The funds were used to finance outreach visits for children living in rural and remote areas who are unable to access quality pain care.