Yirranma Place is a precinct built for philanthropy, and built for purpose. Find out more about who works here.
The precinct is for those who share a common purpose – to break the cycle of disadvantage. Diverse in expertise, focus and contribution, all members are purpose-aligned and find strength in collaboration and proximity.Make an Enquiry
Two Good Co exists to believe in people until they believe in themselves again. Through the creation of beautiful, high-quality food and products, we support, empower and employ women with lived experience of homelessness, domestic violence and complex trauma.
SMART Recovery Australia, in partnership with over 85 member organisations nationwide, is a secular leader in addiction recovery. They host 280+ groups and 13,000+ individual recovery meetings for over 130,000 Australians annually.
SMART Recovery Australia addresses traditional barriers to addiction support, reducing the time it takes to seek help. Their approach is distinct, emphasising flexible harm reduction over strict abstinence. Participants set achievable goals for improved self-management and quality of life.
Community Refugee Sponsorship Australia (CRSA) is an independent Australian charity leading in the establishment of programs that enable community sponsorship of refugees throughout Australia. We believe this approach benefits refugee newcomers and Australian communities alike.
Our vision is to lead in encouraging, developing and supporting programs that expand and improve refugee settlement in Australia by harnessing the generosity, goodwill and social capital of everyday Australians.
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The Foyer Foundation was established in 2008 to support the growth and development of the Australian Foyer Movement, similar to the United Kingdom’s Foyer Federation. It sponsors research, works with the Foyer movement globally and advocates to Government at all levels.
The Foundation was established by the late Paul Ramsay AO in 2006 and, after his death in 2014, he left most of his estate to continue his philanthropy for generations to come. PRF’s purpose is to help end cycles of disadvantage in Australia by enabling opportunities for people and communities to thrive.
The NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) is the peak body for the social services sector in NSW. With over 400 members and a wider network of organisations and individuals who share our values, we advocate to alleviate poverty and disadvantage in NSW. NCOSS is uniquely placed to work together with our members, government, business and other stakeholders to strive for a more equitable and inclusive society.
We provide a platform for sharing information and resources, developing agreed positions, progressing joint work and seeking greater transparency and delivery on commitments from government.
Shelter NSW is an independent, non-profit, member-driven organisation that has been advocating for better housing outcomes since 1975. We represent the broad interests of a diverse network of members, partners and aligned industry stakeholders who share our vision of a secure home for all NSW residents.
We are especially concerned with housing insecurity, increasingly experienced by people on low and very low incomes. We pursue our vision of an economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable housing system through critical engagement with policy and collaborative leadership initiatives with government, community and the private sector.
Philanthropy Australia is the peak body for philanthropy, serving a community of funders, social investors and social change agents. Together we work to achieve positive social, cultural, environmental and community change, by leveraging financial assets and influence. Our purpose is to inspire more and better philanthropy for a generous and inclusive Australia. Our membership consists of trusts, foundations, organisations, families, individual donors, professional advisers, intermediaries, corporates, and not-for-profit organisations.
Through our ‘Blueprint to Grow Structured Giving’, we aim to double structured giving by 2030.
For Purpose Investment Partners (FPIP) is a not-for-profit social impact investment fund manager, created to pursue an important mission; bringing private sector capital and capabilities into sizeable businesses and projects to create significant social impact.
In the face of increasing demand for social enterprise and infrastructure solutions to support Australian communities, FPIP was established to invest in projects and organisations that deliver strong and long-term positive social outcomes while delivering investors appropriate dated risk-adjusted financial returns over the long run.
Established in 2011, Sefa provides capital and capability building for purpose-driven organisations and investment opportunities for social impact investors. We empower purpose-drive organisations to grow and become resilient, while generating positive returns for investors.
Youth Action is the peak organisation representing young people and youth services in NSW. Our work helps build the capacity of young people, youth workers and youth services, and we advocate to see positive change on issues affecting these groups.
Our vision is for a society where all NSW young people are supported, engaged, valued and their rights are realised.
The Justice Reform Initiative is an alliance of people who share long-standing professional experience, lived experience and/or expert knowledge of the justice system, who believe there is an urgent need to reduce the number of people in Australian prisons.
We believe that prisons are ineffective as a deterrent, ineffective at reducing crime, and ineffective at addressing the drivers of criminal justice system involvement.
For more than 40 years, Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) has backed young people and youth-led initiatives to create change.
Young people are facing a series of overwhelming, complex crises across Australia. They have the vision and energy to drive historic social change but are excluded from decision-making. FYA is an independent organisation that backs them with the training, resources, and connections they need, so they have the power to create lasting change in the face of injustice.
PRIMER is a purpose-driven media company, and, as a social enterprise, we donate 50% of profits to charities that help women.
At PRIMER, we elevate women’s voices, and engage readers in the issues that matter. We are passionate about the power of storytelling, and we believe that you are what you read.
Community Resources creates jobs that care for people and planet. We keep waste out of landfill, we grow and distribute fair food, and we provide community services to those who need it most. We do this to make the world fairer and life better.
We run three environmental repair social enterprises – Green Connect, Soft Landing and Resource Recovery Australia – and a range of Community Services. Last year we provided jobs for 684 people across Australia, 76% of them experiencing barriers to employment and we diverted 18,237 tonnes of waste away from landfill through reuse, repair and recycling.
The Burraga Foundation is building a better understanding of Aboriginal Australia for all Australians.
We work in partnership with Aboriginal communities and partners, to support cultural awareness, community engagement, education and employment opportunities.
The Burraga Foundation's key initiative, the Storylines platform, provides local Aboriginal communities, schools, organisations and the broader community, with a culturally safe online environment to share and celebrate Aboriginal non-secret, non-sacred stories of history, culture and achievement.
The Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network (AEGN) was established in 2008 by a handful of passionate philanthropists united in their vision for a future where people and nature thrive. Since then, we’ve grown to become Australia’s peak membership organisation for environment and climate philanthropy. Our 190+ members share a collective corpus of more than $3.5 billion and a commitment to give as much as they can, as well as they can, to protect nature and secure a safe climate.
Brave Foundation is an Australian not-for-profit that equips pregnant and parenting young people with resources, referral and education opportunities to facilitate happy, healthy and skilled families over time.
If you’re mission-aligned and interested in housing your team at Yirranma Place, please download the proposal and submit your enquiry (below)
In this multi-purpose space young people and the local community can come together to perform, practise and learn the arts; express their creativity and talents; and celebrate their cultures.About the building