Events

indigo foundation and our supporters run some great events throughout the year – from gala dinners to trivia nights to bike ride challenges. Come along and meet up with our fantastic fantastic community of supporters in Australia. If you are interested in hosting an event we would love to hear from you – info@indigofoundation.org.

Click here to read about some of our previous events, like our annual Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney dinners, a private screening of Charlie’s Country with a Q&A by award-winning director Rolf de Heer and an open garden day.

We hope to see you at an upcoming event below!

Friday 20 March 2020: A evening of jazz, friendship and stories of change 

Celebrating indigo foundation’s 20th anniversary

indigo foundation turns 20 in 2020! We would love you to join us to celebrate this milestone as the sun sets over the Clovelly coastline with a special evening of jazz, friendship and stories of women-led change from our newest partner, the HAKO Women’s Collective in Bougainville.

We are thrilled to announce that we have

  • Dorcas Gano, Eva Suitawa and Marilyn Havini from the HAKO Women’s Collective in Bougainville. HAKO is a thriving women’s collective doing vital work to support their local community through a resource centre, library and a safe house for women and children fleeing family and sexual violence..
  • Verity Firth returning as our wonderful MC for the evening. Verity is a former NSW MP and Minister for Women and Education and is now the Executive Director of Social Justice at UTS. With Verity in charge, it’s guaranteed to be a great evening.
  • Music by The Minnellies, Sydney six-piece jazz outfit bringing us a soulful mix of jazz standards and originals, featuring the vocal talents of chanteuse Lucy Green
  • Traditional Syrian feast prepared by Syriana Catering

When: Friday 20 March 2020

Where: Clovelly Bowling Club, 1 Ocean Rd, Clovelly

Tickets and more information: https://indigoturns20.floktu.com/

Friday 27 March 2020: Annual Canberra dinner

Please join us for a very special night in Canberra as indigo foundation celebrates 20 years of community partnerships. It promises to be a fantastic evening of friendship, music and stories of change from our 17 year long partnership in rural Afghanistan.

We are thrilled to announce that we have

  • Virginia Haussegger AM and Alex Sloan AM, Canberra legends returning to MC the evening. It is guaranteed to be a fantastic night with their humour, warmth and passion.
  • Ali Reza Yunespour as our guest speaker. Ali is a former refugee and the current Partnership Coordinator for Afghan schools program. For 17 years we have worked with representatives from the refugee community in Australia to rebuild schools, train teachers and improve education in the Borjegai and Jirghai regions in Afghanistan. Despite the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan, this unique partnership has made incredible gains – more students are completing school and getting into university and more girls are able to enter the classroom and unleash their potential. Join us on the night to meet Ali, celebrate what the community has achieved and hear stories of hope and resilience.
  • Music by the Gypsy Jazz Project, a Canberra-based quartet playing 1930s Parisian “hot club” jazz. Their string swing jazz will bring a smile to your dial and get your hands clapping and your feet tapping.

Tickets include a delicious three course feast prepared by Broadbean Catering, fine wine and entertainment. Ample parking is avaialble at the venue.

When: Friday 27 March 2020

Where: The beautiful Gandel Atrium at the National Museum of Australia

Tickets and more information here: https://20in2020canberradinner.floktu.com/