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TFN VIRTUAL LIVE

Thursday 12th August 2021, 6:00-8:00pm

Event description Join us for a night of feel-good giving!

We are thrilled to announce that a very special TFN Virtual Live will be taking place on Thursday 12 August, in partnership with the Australian International Development Network (AIDN). Tune in to hear from three remarkable grassroots organisations working in international development and delivering programs that support communities in Uganda, Afghanistan and Nepal. 

Join us online at 6:00pm AEST on 12 August via Crowdcast to hear from the exceptional change champions behind HUG Charity Foundation, Indigo Foundation, and Forget Me Not.

If you want to witness the magic that happens when people come together to do good, you don’t want to miss this special event. 

**Please note that ticket registrations have now closed but you can join the event directly via this Crowdcast link. If you have any questions at all, please email us.**

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MEET THE Presenters

Loretta Lilford

Co-founder, Smiling Hearts (an initiative of the HUG Charity Foundation)

Ali Reza Yunespour

Afghanistan Partnership Coordinator, Indigo Foundation

Andrea Nave

CEO, Forget Me Not

Non-profits that will be pitching

  •  Loretta Lilford
    Loretta Lilford

    HUG Charity Foundation

     

    Since 2008, HUG (Help Us Grow) Charity Foundation has been implementing and supporting sustainable community projects in rural Uganda, East Africa, to empower local communities to make a sustainable difference in their own lives. Its Smiling Hearts initiative is aimed at providing children and young people living with disability with training, education, and ultimately, a greater sense of belonging and self worth. This is done through a variety of ways including vocational skills training, apprenticeships, and education. At TFN Virtual Live, HUG will be pitching to expand its vocational skills training program through the purchase of additional resources and welcoming more participants from the local community.

  •  Ali Reza Yunespour
    Ali Reza Yunespour

    Indigo Foundation

    Indigo Foundation is a community development organisation that partners with local grassroots organisations to empower women and girls, improve outcomes in education and health, defend human rights and build strong and resilient local organisations. It is pitching for funding to improve educational outcomes for women and girls in the Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. This includes building two new schools, providing educational resources and supplementary salaries for female teachers across two partner schools.

  •  Andrea Nave
    Andrea Nave

    Forget Me Not

    Forget Me Not exists to prevent children and young people around the world from being displaced through investing in programs that keep children within their families and out of institutions. According to Forget Me Not, more than 80 per cent of children in orphanages in the developing world are not orphans. Research shows that these children are taken from their families, trafficked into orphanages and used to generate funds. At TFN Virtual Live, the organisation will pitch for funding to trace, reunify and reintegrate trafficked children with their families, as well as close orphanages in Nepal.

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