By donating to the Adelaide Fringe Foundation you are supporting a range of initiatives and projects including:
The Community Fund
We believe in making the arts accessible to everyone. Working in collaboration with a range of established not-for-profit organisations, schools and charities we provide important and powerful arts experiences to disadvantaged community groups. To date we have worked with over 30 charities and organisations and have gifted over 2800 tickets to disadvantaged members of the community who would not otherwise have the means to access Fringe. We are looking to grow our network of partnering organisations across South Australia. If you work for an organisation or would like to nominate an organisation, please fill out or share this form.
The Artist Fund
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has been developed to provide financial assistance to Australian artists registering their work in Adelaide Fringe. We have awarded a record $218,000 in grants supporting over 30 projects for the 2021 season.
Investing in our rich Indigenous culture
The Adelaide Fringe Foundation supports, recognises and celebrates the living culture of the First Nations with projects such as Tindo Utpurndee.
Donating to the Adelaide Fringe Foundation supports accessibility initiatives including the development and distribution of Accessibility Guides, Auslan interpreters at events and increased accessibility services.
Join Our Donor Circle
Artists are the DNA of Adelaide Fringe. We believe in supporting artists to present new work and ensuring all South Australians can experience the magic of the Fringe.
By joining our Donor Circle you are providing funding to artists to create new work, sending disadvantaged groups to experience Fringe events and are investing in our rich Indigenous culture
To read more about joining our Donor Circle click here
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