‘Among the hundreds of projects The Ian Potter Foundation supports each year, a few stand out for their currency, urgency and relevance. Brophy Family and Youth Services’ Reality & Risk project [now It’s time we talked] is one of these. We are proud to have supported the project with four grants over several years.’
Former Chief Executive Officer
The Ian Potter Foundation
It’s time we talked has been funded through generous donations from a range of Australian philanthropic organisations, private contributions from individual donors and fee-for-service engagements.
We are currently seeking funding support to work with Indigenous communities to create tailored resources to address the impact of pornography on young people in remote and urban contexts.
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