Campaign volunteers helping spread the word
With National Volunteer Week just past, Outback Spirit Foundation is fortunate to have such a great business community of peers and friends who have kindly volunteered to spread the word on social media for the Foundation’s upcoming crowdfunding campaign www.outbackspirit.net.
The campaign to raise $60K over seven days starts this Sunday 21 May through to 28 May, to help empower more Aboriginal bushfood enterprises through the Outback Spirit Foundation programs.
Indigenous people may otherwise miss out on enterprising opportunities to be key players in the Native Australian bushfoods industry without the right start-up help and advice.
Native foods, like the bush tomato and Kakadu plum, are becoming increasingly popular as ingredients and condiments for everyday meals. Outback Spirit Foundation, through community donations and grants, is able to help more Indigenous enterprises and farmers develop their ideas and businesses in an authentic Australian bushfood supply chain.
You too can be part of the solution to empower more Aboriginal bushfood enterprises by sharing posts about the Foundation’s campaign and registering now at www.outbackspirit.net and supporting the crowd-funder from 21 May to 28 May. Every dollar you donate will be quadrupled thanks to matching donors.
Our campaign ambassadors volunteering to spread the word include:
Professor Patrick McGorry AO, mental health advocate and researcher
Sheridan Rodgers - an award-winning food and travel writer, food stylist and broadcaster
Lyndey Milan OAM - an Australian food and wine luminary and media personality
Ian Parmenter - foodie, media personality, winemaker from WA
John Newton – freelance writer, journalist, novelist and teacher
Christine Manfield – Australian chef, author, food and travel writer, food manufacturer, presenter, teacher and gastronomic traveller
Wendy Squires -Writer, author, columnist, editor and media consultant.
Idah Chionh – cooking teacher, restaurant reviewer and writer
Merryn Apma – Aboriginal artist
Savannah Kelley - Aboriginal model, a recipient of an Outback Spirit Foundation scholarship; in the Northern Territory
Scott Webster – chef, restaurateur and philanthropist
Rayleen Brown - Aboriginal chef and Native Foods specialist
Gavin Wanganeen: ex-AFL and Brownlow medalist; current Aboriginal artist
Courtney Roulsten - Master Chef Finalist