A small donation at the end of the financial year can make all the difference for the students who participate in the Tjindu Foundation’s important programs.
The Tjindu Aboriginal AFL Academy teams have played their first games across South Australia and are back in business in exciting new-look uniforms for 2022.
The Tjindu Foundation has reached the middle of 2022 having delivered its best-practice Cultural Awareness Workshops to well over 1000 South Australians from a number of leading businesses.
The work of the Tjindu Foundation continues to go from strength to strength in 2022 as we expand participation in our programs and welcome new staff, partners, and supporters on board. As our supporters know, the Tjindu Foundation was established amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have not been isolated from the impacts of outbreak […]
The Tjindu Foundation has returned to remote communities with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions enabling the delivery of its in-school Tjindu STRONG program. Tjindu STRONG is a program delivered in 11 South Australian schools in the remote communities of Ernabella, Fregon, Mimili, Indulkana, Amata, Pipalyatjara, Murputja, Kenmore Park, Oak Valley, Yalata and Koonibba. “It’s been […]
The Tjindu Aboriginal AFL Academy has played its first games across South Australian school teams under the leadership of two-time AFL premiership legend and inaugural Indigenous Brownlow Medallist Gavin Wanganeen.
The Tjindu Foundation has launched today as South Australia’s leading, purpose-developed not-for-profit delivering education, and cultural engagement programs for Aboriginal children and young people.
Tjindu is a powerful word in many Aboriginal languages within South Australia and it guides our mission as a foundation.
Tjindu AFL Max Academy to welcome 60 talent Aboriginal players to elite football development program
Tjindu Foundation will partner with AFL Max to deliver its Academy program.