A collection of our favourite Awesome Foundation funded projects from Newcastle and around the world. Awesome Newcastle is a chapter of The Awesome Foundation. The Awesome Foundation was created in 2009 and has provided over $2.2m in grants via 114 chapters in 26 countries.
James Chapman from Tantrum Theatre wants to use theatre to bring attention to male mental illness in Newcastle.
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Youth Street is a community group that provide a safe hangout space for youth aged 6-18 where they can stay out of trouble by playing sport, doing art and mak..
Last year we created Awesome Newcastle, a local chapter of the global Awesome Foundation. In the first six months we’ve helped community projects with $6,000 ..
Awesome Newcastle’s March gathering was last Thursday evening at Casa de Loco, in the east end. Our regular board, guest board members and nervous but determi..
Jack and Scott are two childhood mates who spread good vibes across Newcastle through event hosting, taking part in youth groups and coaching at a local skate..
Last Thursday evening, a small yet excited crowd gathered at The Edwards on Parry Street. Usual faces caught up with each other, new faces introduced themselv..
The first Awesome Newcastle for the new year took place last Thursday at Talulah, The Junction. Our esteemed board congregated alfresco, full of stories of ho..
It was a scorching Thursday evening when our distinguished yet slightly sweaty Awesome Newcastle board gathered together (along with a few special guests) for..
Last Thursday evening, Awesome Newcastle awarded October’s no-strings-attached $1,000 grant.
The thinkers, changemakers and ideaspeople of Newcastle sent u..