OUR CURRENT PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
We sincerely thank our existing partners for working with us in the initial phase of the Remembering and Song Balm initiatives and invite discussions with further founding partners to join us.
We thank our Song Balm collaborators in Melbourne - Campfire and Luke Hockley and in Sydney - Rebecca Dunn and Wayapa Wuurrk. We thank our Song Balm musical collaborators Michael Kokinos (guitars/piano/harp) and Caerwen Martin (cello).
For the Remembering events we thank Reconciliation Victoria and other organisations like Patagonia (Australia) who have offered in kind support and many who have offered support and the value of their expertise as the Wiilpa projects evolve.
To those organizations considering becoming involved in wiilpa's initiatives to bring about integrated change for the greater good please open a conversation with us so we can work within the frame of your timelines and jointly consider funding cycles to enable the thrive ability of our endeavours.
We welcome discussions with founding partners so various organisations can partner with Wiilpa initiatives to:
Be recognised as the next generation of corporate citizens, environmentalists and/or futurists.
Create real change.
Develop respect and understanding for the value of culture within business.
Listen and respectfully integrate wisdom from those who have come before us.
Co-Create and demonstrate a collaborative, measured and practical way forward to a brighter and thrive-able future for the benefit of future generations (which needs a longer timeline than what we currently work within) - together we can do this; alone we cannot.
To discuss new partnership opportunities please contact:
Concept Creator, Curator & Artistic Director The Remembering & Song Balm