Future2 grants 2010
In 2010 Future2 awarded five grants totalling $46,000. Four of these were Make the Difference! Grants. The fifth was Future2's first joint grant with AFA Foundation, made to the Freidrich Ataxia Research Association.
Click here for 2010 Grants brochure
Australian Childrens' Music Foundation
$10,000 for the Youth at Risk Music Program.
North Sydney, NSW
The application was supported by John Tutt, financial planner and member of the Financial Planning Association
Family Resource & Network Support Inc
$10,000 for financial literacy for young people with disabilities.
The application was supported by Guy Thornycroft, member of the Sydney Chapter committee of the Financial Planning Association
Galilee Inc $6,000
Young Women's Craft Group.
Pearce, Canberra, ACT
The application was supported by Philip Basche, a director of Galilee and former Chair of the ACT Chapter of the Financial Planning Association
Mission Australia $15,000
Charcoal Lane social enterprise restaurant training scheme. Click here to read more.
The application was supported by Julian Place, Chair of the Melbourne Chapter of the Financial Planning Association
Freidrich Ataxia Research Foundation $5,000
|Future2 joins with AFA to present a $10,000 cheque to Friedrich Ataxia Research|
The Association of Financial Advisers Foundation (AFA Foundation) and Future2, the foundation of the Australian financial planning profession, have pooled their resources to support the purchase of wheelchairs for Jamie-Lee and Samantha Dwyer, sisters aged 18 and 20 years, who are suffering from Friedrich Ataxia (FA), a rare degenerative and life-shortening condition.
The grant application, which is in addition to the annual Future2 Make the Difference! Grant round, was supported by Tony Lindley, a member of the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and a long-standing friend of the Dwyer family.