The Insignia Community Foundation is pleased to have collaborated with community partners to bring about meaningful and lasting impact in the community. Below are some of the not-for-profit organisations the Foundation currently supports.
Dimentia Australia logo

Dementia Australia and the Insignia Community Foundation have been in partnership since 2015, with our support including funding the first virtual reality headset, to enable healthcare workers the experience of what it’s like to have dementia, and lead change in people’s attitudes and behaviour when caring for people with dementia. Later, we supported the development of the Ask Annie mobile app, a micro-learning training tool for healthcare workers to build an understanding of dementia and improve care practices.

In 2024/25, we are proud to support Dementia Australia to develop and launch a Younger Onset Dementia Guide, for people diagnosed with dementia under the age of 65. The Guide will include topics such as building individual capacity to live well, navigating changes in lifestyle, family dynamics and social connections, and information on finances and financial issues. 

Girls from OZ logo

With support from the Insignia Community Foundation, Girls from Oz has delivered its program in Lockhart River, Far North Queensland since 2018 – supporting the growth and development of young First Nations girls through high-quality performing arts education.

Our collaboration strives to enhance engagement in schooling, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and provide a secure environment encouraging positive risk-taking among young women.

Pinnacle Foundation logo

The Insignia Community Foundation has supported The Pinnacle Foundation’s ‘Educational Scholarship Program’ since 2021, offering young LGBTQIA+ Australians the opportunity to realise their full potential. The multi-year scholarship we supported was awarded to one scholar to study a bachelor's degree in law and business at Swinburne University of Technology.

As part of the program, every Pinnacle scholar is carefully matched with a mentor who will typically share the same academic and professional interests, gender identity and sexual orientation. The mentor acts as a role model as they will have walked the scholar’s path – and provides the encouragement, counsel and inspiration to support the scholar’s rounded development and successful completion of their studies.