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Woven Threads is looking for funding for the next series on some of the challenges faced by Indigenous communities and would love your support.

Documentary Australia Foundation has accepted our application, which gives the project DGA status. So any funds that a person or organisation commit to the project are completely tax deductible.

For more information contact

Michi Marosszeky

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“The decision of the Victorian, Western Australian and Northern Territory Education Departments to purchase the original Woven Threads series was a ringing endorsement of the quality of the series and its relevance to the curriculum in Australian classroom.  Education Departments are highly selective in the content they acquire for their streaming portals and the fact that Woven Threads was approved by curriculum specialists in each state is extremely rare.”

Mr Peter Maggs - Head of Education at the Australian Children’s Television Foundation

"We are pleased to support the Woven Threads project. Our community needs a more compassionate understanding of what is happening in the lives of refugees."
Colin and Angie Carter​
​Amnesty International Australia is happy to contribute and endorse Woven Threads and the team behind the project. It is a very worthy project and a great concept, and we are happy to see this project going to the youth via Harmony Day in schools around Australia. Keep up the good work.Amnesty International AustraliaWoven Threads looks like a very innovative way to get and hold the attention of its target audiences, and I commend you for taking that approach. 
"I am a great fan of My Family Feast, and a great supporter of the need to keep working against the dehumanisation of the refugee problem. I personally endorse your project Woven Threads, and The Sky Foundation is happy to contribute."
Joe Skrzynski - The Sky Foundation
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