Our partners have invested more than $2 million in services into the Foundation. Our work is focused on solving social problems. We aim to harness the goodwill of the Corporate sector accessing their people and skills needed to create a dynamic future. The businesses we partner with practice shared value.

International corporations have committed to a number of long-term sustainability goals. Together business, government and the not-for-profit sectors are managing modern sustainability issues.

A global coalition of business and policymakers have agreed to achieve long-term sustainability targets. The change needed will be epic with comparison being made to the information revolution of the 1990s. Sustainable management could prove to be the peek of human development.

Each partner in the Big River Impact Foundation's consortium brings exceptional credentials and reputation to the market with proven delivery capability in their respective areas, and a demonstrated commitment to improved outcomes for Indigenous communities.

Our partners include:

  • Big River Impact Investments (Sponsor)
  • Allens Linklaters (Legal Advisors)
  • Ashurst¬†(Legal Advisors)
  • Brightlight (Fund Manager)
  • Deloitte (Fund Advisor)
  • EY (Auditor)
  • First Nations Foundation (Training Partner)
  • GHD (Construction Advisor)
  • Google (Technology Advisor)
  • IAG (Insurance Advisors)
  • Indigenous Business Australia (Policy Advisor)
  • Infoxchange (Software)
  • Marsh (Insurance & Risk Advisors)
  • Norton Rose Fulbright (Legal Advisors)
  • Perpetual (Trustee)
  • Plan C (Community Planning)

Support Australia's most innovative Indigenous projects through a donation to the Big River Impact Foundation. Your donation will support projects that address areas of particular need or opportunity within Indigenous Communities.

Big River Impact Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we visit through the course of our work and recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past, present and future.