Donate to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) and help provide books and literacy programs to over 400 remote Indigenous communities across Australia, where they are needed most.
The ILF is dedicated to lifting the literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities, so all children across Australia have the same choices and opportunities.
Reading and writing are the basic skills everyone needs to help them learn and provide opportunities for their future. Literacy and basic education is one of Rotary’s seven areas of focus. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation has a mantra of “Reading Opens Doors” and their vision statement is “Equity of Opportunity”.
The ILF’s programs focus on ensuring access to quality resources including books in home languages, publishing community stories and empowering families to share reading and lead their own literacy future.
We as Rotarians, by supporting the ILF in their important work, can open up opportunities to our First Nation People living in remote areas. 
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation, now in their 10th year, has already gifted over 440,000 books to hundreds of schools, healthcare centres, and service organisations that use the books in all different ways.  They hope to donate another 100,000 books during 2020.
Donate Now.  With your help we can make a real difference and open opportunities to many young indigenous children.