Food Ladder is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Direct Aid Program internationally and has been working in partnership with the Australian Embassy in India for the past 2 years.
Food Ladder is supported by the Australian Federal Government for projects in Indigenous communities under the Prime Minister’s Cabinet and Department for Indigenous Affairs.
In East Arnhem Land, Food Ladder partners with the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA), Australia’s largest Indigenous owned business which is governed by an Aboriginal Board of Directors. Together Food Ladder and ALPA are committed to creating sustainable economic development across Arnhem Land. The partnership has been so successful, it was profiled in the Prime Minister’s Closing the Gap report for 2017.
Charles Darwin University and Food Ladder also work in partnership to deliver accredited training and certifications to local people in the Northern Territory through Food Ladder’s site and system in Katherine.
Food Ladder is extremely grateful for the support it has received from its friends in the business and philanthropic community including ICM Limited, The Saville Foundation, BDJ Partners, Chris Cuffe Foundation, Sisters of Charity, The David Henning Foundation and The Clifford Family Foundation.