Thursday 4 August 2022, 6:00-8:00pm AEST

Event description Join us for a night of fun, storytelling and feel-good giving!

We are thrilled to announce that TFN Virtual Live is taking place on Thursday 4 August 2022, a special crowdfunding event that will spotlight the life-changing work of three grassroots non-profits that are delivering international development projects.

Thank you to every organisation that applied, and we can now reveal the three remarkable programs pitching the life-changing programs are;

  • The Cova Project
  • Classroom Of Hope
  • Aminata Maternal Foundation 

Together, these fantastic organisations provide menstrual cups and menstrual health education to girls and women in developing communities; build sustainable schools and homes from recycled plastic that are safe and secure for communities and students in developing countries; and are providing the highest standards of maternal healthcare to women in Sierra Leone.

With three inspiring non-profit leaders set to share their incredible stories, and generous matched funding provided thanks to our event partner the Australian International Development Network, this is set to be an uplifting evening of laughter, fun, storytelling and generosity.

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Meet the presenters

Geena Dunne

Founder & CEO, The Cova Project

Duncan Ward

CEO, Classroom Of Hope

Aminata Conteh-Biger

CEO, The Aminata Maternal Foundation (AMF)

Non-profits that will be pitching

  •  Geena Dunne
    Geena Dunne

    The Cova Project

    The Cova Project provides menstrual cups and menstrual health education to girls and women in developing communities in Liberia, Ghana, Uganda and Malawi. They do this to combat the global issue of “period poverty”. Period Poverty refers to the unaffordability and lack of access to basic sanitary products experienced by millions of women. It leads to girls dropping out of school, absenteeism when menstruating, reduced participation in life and diminished self worth, resulting in another barrier towards equality.

    Find out more here

  •  Duncan Ward
    Duncan Ward

    Classroom Of Hope

    Classroom of Hope builds sustainable schools and homes from recycled plastic that are safe and secure for communities and students in developing countries. They achieve this by partnering with local NGOs to implement school-building programs.

    The block schools program builds schools using block technology where they take recycled plastic that is converted into building blocks (adult lego) to build schools in a more sustainable and circular approach that makes the building process and materials more efficient, environmentally friendly, climate-friendly along with social impact in the areas of education, affordable housing, climate response and disaster relief.

    Find out more here

  •  Aminata Conteh-Biger
    Aminata Conteh-Biger

    The Aminata Maternal Foundation (AMF)

    The Aminata Maternal Foundation (AMF) exists to end preventable maternal and infant deaths in Sierra Leone, one of the most dangerous countries in the world to have a baby. Following a difficult birth and her experience of high-quality healthcare in Australia, founder Aminata Conteh-Biger felt compelled to seek improvements for women in her country of birth, Sierra Leone, which she fled as a refugee. There Aminata witnessed women bleeding to death during childbirth in front of a doctor because they didn’t have enough money to pay. Now, she works to make birth safe in Sierra Leone.

    Find out more here

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