It's amazing how many friends you make when you set out to make a
difference - it seems that there are some great people and
organisations out there that are keen to help us reach our goals.
To date, we've welcomed some fantastic sponsors and supporters that
have been incredibly generous with their time, expertise and material
Organisations can contribute to the work fws
does in a number of ways. They can, for instance, consider...
1. becoming a corporate sponsor
If you are a corporate sponsor, then you have given us a generous sum
of money that is to be used to cover our operating costs in Australia.
Currently, we are keeping our operating costs very low (10%) since we
are a volunteer-based organisation and pay no wages.
Find out more about becoming a corporate sponsor
2. becoming a project sponsor
If you are a project sponsor, then you have given us a generous sum of
money that is to be used to fund an element of our in-country projects.
is focusing on funding the building of Kesho Leo
children's village, in Tanzania, East Africa.
Find out more about becoming a project sponsor.
3. becoming an event sponsor
If you are an event sponsor, then you have contributed either a
generous amount of expertise or a sum of money to be involved with (and
to benefit from advertising your logo) in fws
's flash events.
Find out more about becoming an event sponsor.
4. becoming a long-term supporter
If you are a long-term supporter, you have contributed expertise to
year in, year out and plan to be doing the same in 10 year's time!
Find out more about becoming a long-term supporter.
5. becoming a families for families sponsor
If you are part of fws's Families for Families sponsorship
program, you and your 'family' (be it a group of colleagues, teammates
or friends) contribute on a monthly basis to ensure every need of one
of Kesho Leo's families is directly met.
Find out more about Families for Families.
's sponsors & supporters for financial year 2008-2009
's sponsors & supporters for financial year 2007-2008
's sponsors & supporters for financial year 2006-2007