Some of our recently sponsored clients
Jasiri is a social enterprise working to support young women to feel courageous and increase their opportunities.
Kagi Kowa and Nubia
Art therapy and speaking / consulting by Kagi Kowa
We also support the community through
Partnership with The Inturnship
Starting in January 2021, our first partnership with US-based The Inturnship kicked off, to support 3 women from Global Sisters over the course of 3 months, with teams of Inturn* designers, strategists and communicators giving their skills and gaining experience to create brands, social media strategy, resources and guides to supercharge the women’s businesses.
*Inturns are graduates from anywhere in the world who are gaining experience anywhere in the world in their professional fields through a new way of work experience: remote, supported, inclusive.
Design Accelerator for Women in Business
In collaboration with Global Sisters and the Victorian Women’s Trust, we run workshops for emerging women entrepreneurs on topics like: branding, how to create a website, and creating social media graphics.
Victorian Women’s Trust is a progressive philanthropy trust supporting gender equality.
Global Sisters is a national non-profit supporting women to become financially indepedent through entrepreneurship.
Providing students with work experience
We value the experiences of students and want to ‘give back’ by providing work experience opportunities for students in design-related fields.
So far we have had two work experience students in 2018, and four students in 2019. Our assistant students have helped with animation, videography, press releases, article writing and graphic design.
In 2019 we also engaged two teams of 6 students on two projects: researching business opportunities, and Sustainable Development Goal alignment with the University of Sydney via Practera.
In 2020 we worked with 2 students from Griffith Honours College and 2 further work experience students in journalism and impact storytelling.
Our work in the 2018-19 financial year was with:
Indicative proportions of clients by business type. Traditional business clients in the lead followed closely by social enterprise. Traditional non-profit follows at around a third of social enterprise. Lastly an almost equal small amount of educational, student-led and government clients.
We worked with almost 3/4 women- (or non-binary)-led organisations in the last year. Of all our clients, one third were supported in some way – either through low cost design, pro bono elements or collaborative fundraising drives.
The industries our clients from 2018-19 have been in are predominantly Social Services – meaning here, they are in business primarily to support people and better communities. This chart shows the range of industries we work across, and some clients span more than one of these categories.
We live and work on Yuggera and Kulin land. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
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