Resources

The following is a list of useful resources we have come across that we hope will help you find helpful.

Childhood Friends of The Eldership Project

Andrew Horabin www.andrewhorabin.com

When he is not working on creating The Eldership Project, Andrew Horabin is a Professional Speaker with over fourteen years experience.

Andrew works in a range of inter- and intrapersonal skills including body language, archetypal psychology, teamwork, conflict resolution, public speaking, stress management and leadership. He is a keynote speaker, trainer, facilitator, MC, comedian and award winning singer/songwriter. He also frequently entertains audiences as his alter ego, “Mick the Demotivational Speaker”.

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The Menswork Project www.mensworkproject.com

The MensWork Project Inc was formed out of the ongoing friendship and shared values of a group of men who have worked, played, grown and supported each other over the past seven and more years. It is an incorporated not for profit action group that works to develop and fund projects that will strategically bring about awareness and positive change to issuesrelated to men and boys.

Friends of the Eldership Project

What A Man's Gotta Do www.whatamansgottado.com

“What A Man’s Gotta Do” is a hilarious and dramatic musical about manhood and rites of passage in Australia, written by comedian and national award-winning singer/songwriter Andrew Horabin.

Elders in Action

The Elders www.theelders.org

Out of deep concern for the challenges currently facing all of the people of our world, Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel and Desmond Tutu have convened a group of leaders to contribute their wisdom, independent leadership and integrity to tackling some of the world’s toughest problems.

Sponsorship Possibilities

LotteryWest http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/asp/index.asp?pgid=390

Thanks to the profits derived from the sale of games such as Lotto and Scratch’n‘Win, Lotterywest is able to support a wide variety of not-for-profit, community-based proposals that enhance the lives of Western Australians right across our State. Various grant opportunities are offered within five areas, check out the website for more information.

GrantsLINK www.grantslink.gov.au

This website helps you find funding available under a variety of grant programmes for individuals, businesses and communities to help you to develop solutions to local and national problems, fund ideas and initiatives or provide assistance in times of hardship.

Parliamentary Library - A Guide to Community Grants www.aph.gov.au/library/intguide/sp/spgrants.htm

The guide provides links to selected sources of Commonwealth, State and Territory financial assistance to community groups; a selection of links to non-government organisations which may provide community grants; and, links to commercial services providing grant information via subscription.

Department of Local Government and Regional Development Grants Directory http://grantsdirectory.dlgrd.wa.gov.au

The Grants Directory is a compilation of grants and other assistance programs available to communities and local governments in regional and metropolitan Western Australia. The Directory contains programs provided by the Western Australian and Australian Governments as well as private sector organisations.

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