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Collaboration and partnership are central to the Reichstein Foundation’s philosophy. We work closely with individual donors and other trusts and foundations to build social change at scale, and to grow the circle of philanthropy. The Foundation has supported the establishment of many organisations and we actively link with funders via a series of networks.

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Our Grants

The Foundation grants in the areas of:

  • Reducing Inequality
  • Social justice and the law
  • Environmental sustainability

We are not taking applications at this time. Our grants strategy will be reviewed again in 2020.

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Photo: Mark Wakeham (Former CEO of Environment Victoria), recipient of the Jill Reichstein Award for Social Change in 2016, speaking at a climate change rally in 2015. Mark joined the Reichstein Foundation as a Trustee in 2019.

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Our new CEO

Our new CEO

Accomplished community sector leader and policy specialist Andrew Johnson has been appointed as CEO of the Reichstein Foundation, commencing in 2020. 

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Law & Justice Funders Network: Legal Sector Response to Bushfire Crisis

Law & Justice Funders Network: Legal Sector Response to Bushfire Crisis

A very present and deeply saddening concern for all of us right now are the bushfires. While our thoughts are with those affected by the devastating bushfires across Australia, there are without a doubt many worthy philanthropic activities underway to support the bushfire response efforts. Our friends at the Australian Communities Foundation have put together […]

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You’ve really got to question how ‘reasonable the suspicion’ is when 88% of searches find nothing.

The ‘proactive policing’ targets appear to be pushing police into systemic unlawful searches against people living in NSW.

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https://www.smh.com.au/national/systemic-unlawfulness-88-per-cent-of-nsw-police-searches-found-nothing-20200214-p540t4.html

In 2018 a total of 17,535 searches were conducted by NSW Police on Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people - 88% of these searches found NOTHING. This practice is excessive and unnecessary and needs to end. https://www.smh.com.au/national/systemic-unlawfulness-88-per-cent-of-nsw-police-searches-found-nothing-20200214-p540t4.html

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