Our Supporters

We have partnerships with many agencies and individuals who have supported our work since we first formed in 2014.

We are grateful for the support we have from all our partners. FISH remains an independent organisation and the support we receive from partners influences our ability to dedicate time and energy to our work – not our views or our decisions.

If you or your agency would like to be listed as a supporter,  email us to find out more or become a FISH member.

Life Without Barriers has been an ongoing partner since mid 2014. Life Without Barriers has provided substantial in kind support and sponsorship for FISH members, including parent leaders, to attend conferences and events. Life Without Barriers has also been a regular purchaser of FISH services including consulting about family inclusive practice and staff and carer training.

We were fortunate to get a grant in 2021 from EISS Super through the Sisters of Charity Foundation because they understood the importance of our projects. It meant we could continue our early work on creating our peer support and advocacy service which is consistent with the Foundation’s work around addressing disadvantage and isolation.

Read their blog about our partnership and just some of our achievements with parents and families navigating the system.

Family Support Newcastle has been an ongoing partner since mid 2014. Family Support Newcastle has provided substantial in-kind support for all FISH activities including venues for our events. They also pioneered new group work approaches with parents and family impacted by child removal.

The Family Action Centre at The University of Newcastle has been an ongoing partner since February 2014. The Family Action Centre has provided substantial in-kind support and sponsorship for FISH members to attend conferences and events. The Family Action Centre has also provided administrative support when required.

Get on board today!

If you or your agency would like to be listed as a supporter contact us to find out more.