Gurrumul’s Foundation was established in April 2013 with a clear purpose to engage and support young Indigenous Australians – particularly in remote communities – through long term programs and activities that build on their strengths and give them hope for the future.

Young Indigenous peoples’ natural skills and strengths in visual arts, music, dance,  sport, cultural knowledge and languages are to be celebrated, developed and supported. They are the keys to success, to counter a culture of failure, and assist young people to find pride and a place as the future leaders in their communities.

Delta Goodrem, along with Gurrumul and musicians from the Sydney Symphony, have donated all proceeds and royalties from the iTunes download of Gurrumul’s single “Bayini Live”  to  the Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation.

Download Bayini (live) on iTunes

To join Delta and Gurrumul in support of the work of the Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation with young Indigenous people in remote areas, please make your tax deductible donation here:

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Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation
Established 2013
A Company Limited by Guarantee
Charity ABN 25163166283
Public Benevolent Institution (PBI)
Endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR)
Charity Street Address 11 Voyager Street Stuart Park Northern Territory 0820
Charity Contact [email protected]