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Corporate Partners of Sir David Martin Foundation help to make real and lasting changes in the lives of young people. They are committed to supporting meaningful and ongoing projects creating positive outcomes for young people affected by addiction, abuse, mental illness and homelessness.

Some of Sir David Martin Foundation's Corporate Partners include:

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Investa generously partner with SDMF in our Abseil For Youth fundraising event. Investa Abseil for Youth 2016 will be held at Investa's 1 Market Street, Sydney building Thurs 20 - Sat 22 October 2016

 GreaterCharitableFoundation CMYK web Greater Charitable Foundation generously fund the CAVE program at Triple Care Farm. The Creative Arts and Vocational Education (CAVE) program enables students to learn and develop skills in music and arts that they can carry into the future. The creative environment also provides young people with a supportive space for self-expression as part of their rehabilitation.
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The Property Industry Foundation have been outstanding supporters of Triple Care Farm for many years, helping build and renovate much of the infrastructure so essential to young people’s successful rehabilitation at the Farm. 

 

A partnership with Sir David Martin Foundation can benefit both your company and the young people we support. If you would like information about becoming a SDMF Corporate Partner, please contact Em Jones, Events and Corporate Partnerships Manager on 0414 844 120 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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