We don't do it alone.
Bangarra is constantly strengthened by the generous capacity of people who believe enough in what we do to offer financial support.
Our incredible patrons help Bangarra to make a real difference with our work in communities across Australia and overseas. For this, we thank you.
There are a number of levels of support that our donors can belong to. In consultation with Wiradjuri Elders, we have taken inspiration from the word ‘Bangarra’ - a Wiradjuri word meaning ‘to make fire’ - to describe these levels, as part of our ongoing commitment to the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Dhulubang - Spirit (pronounced: Doo-la-bang) - GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGING THOSE WHO'VE SUPPORTED BANGARRA THROUGH A GIFT IN THEIR WILL
Dhulubang - Spirit (pronounced: Doo-la-bang) - GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGING THOSE WHO'VE MADE THE VISIONARY GESTURE OF INCLUDING BANGARRA IN THEIR WILL
Guya - Fish (pronounced: Goo-ya) - $50,000 and over
Bilawi - Sheoak (pronounced: Be-lawi) - $20,000 - $49,999
Wiiny - Fire (pronounced: Ween) - $10,000 - $19,999
Bargan - Boomerang (pronounced: Bark-arn) - $5,000 - $9,999
Birrimal - Bush (pronounced: Bi-rr-mal) - $1,000 - $4,999
Garrabari - Corroborree (pronounced: Ga-rr-b-rr-ee) $500 - $999
Naruwin - Skin (pronounced: Na-rr-we) - $100 - $499
Names current at 16 May 2022