Partners 2018-06-02T11:34:22+00:00

Our proud partners

Tribees’ partners are an experienced and dedicated force, focused on making the world a better place.

Harold Robinson Foundation

Los Angeles, United States.

The Harold Robinson Foundation was established based on the principle that each and every child, deserves an opportunity, no matter where they stand on the socioeconomic ladder. Through providing the funding and resources of a camp experience, HRF offers a safe and nurturing environment for our community’s impoverished children. HRF strives to create a sense of purpose and accomplishment in each individual, while working towards building communities through communication and support for schools and families.

Camp is a safe haven where youth can explore their fears and dreams and engage with other children and adults to build trust and self-worth.

The mission has grown from the simple hope of allowing youths to experience a camp for a weekend to investing in their futures, communities and families.

Charles Darwin Foundation

Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.

The mission of the Charles Darwin Foundation and its Research Station is to provide knowledge and assistance through scientific research and complementary action to ensure the conservation of the environment and biodiversity in the Galapagos Archipelago.

The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands (CDF) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to scientific research. CDF has carried out its mission in the Galapagos since 1959, thanks to an agreement with the Government of Ecuador and with the mandate to pursue and maintain collaborations with government agencies by providing scientific knowledge and technical assistance to promote and secure conservation of Galapagos.

For almost 60 years, CDF has worked in close partnership with the Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD), the principal provincial authority for environmental management, with the goal of protection of the Islands’ natural resources and the sharing of scientific results for the conservation of this living laboratory.

More than one hundred scientists, educators, researchers, support personnel and volunteers from all over the world have participated in this effort. Currently, more than 75% of the staff are Ecuadorian citizens. CDF is committed to the professional development of permanent Galapagos residents as future scientists, for the well-being of the islands and the nation in general.

Yarn

Sydney, Australia.

YARN Australia is a Sydney based Aboriginal not-for-profit Organisation.

We engage in conversations in diverse ways in Metropolitan Sydney through our Corporate, Community, University, Schools, and Sixty Thousand Arts & Digital Program. Also across Australia with our Connecting to Country Programs.

Since 1788 different cultures have been finding ways to co-exist in Australia. We acknowledge that this history can be tough, upsetting, and confronting which is why our conversations, workshops and events always begin with developing safe environments for mutual respect and understanding to establish an open and respectful dialogue.

Creating safe spaces for unique conversations and experiences.