A collection of our favourite Awesome Foundation funded projects from around the world. Awesome Newcastle is a chapter of The Awesome Foundation. The Awesome Foundation was created in 2009 and has provided over $1.5m in grants via 114 chapters in 26 countries.
Albert Kong, resident local of San Francisco, is bringing the great outdoors into the big smoke with Stellar Displacement.
Stellar Displacement is a trave..
Conal McGuire is giving a voice to Liverpool’s homeless, showcasing their interpretations and interactions with the city through art.
McGuire’s ‘Roughly Sp..
If you’ve been following Awesome Newcastle on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you may have seen ‘The Business of Doing Good’, a Philadelphia based school prog..
Alesia Koh is using her passion for diving to help Singaporean people living with disabilities through therapeutic and leisure diving experiences.
Michael Butler and LeAnne Weekes noticed a growing dearth of affordable and fun opportunities for families and young people living and working around downtown..
In some areas in Rotterdam a remarkable amount of bread wastes can be found at random places on the street, parks and even on top of waste baskets.
Environmental educator Abbie Mitchell spreads the buzz about Aussie Bees to primary school students.
Mitchell is launching her ‘Super Pollinators’ worksho..
NOTAFLOF (no one turned away for lack of funds) are a collective of queer and trans* hair stylists, bodyworkers, artists, activists and community members off..
Ubuntu Performance Camp is an idea created by Lee Mokobe, it was sparked from Mokobe’s work with teens in shelters, foster homes, group homes and those genera..