Supre Foundation

Supre Sustainability


Our Partner: Stars Foundation

Supre x Beyond Blue Partnership

$1 million committed to supporting Stars Foundation for 2023 - 2024

Stars Foundation’s mission is to support and enable Indigenous girls and young women to make active
choices towards realising their full potential in all aspects of their development and wellbeing. Stars aims
to break the cycle of intergenerational disadvantage for Indigenous young women in Australia through quality
in-school mentoring programs that improve education, employment, health, and wellbeing outcomes. 

Supre Foundation’s partnership with Stars Foundation began in 2021 we have since committed $500,000 to
supporting Indigenous girls and young women aged 16 to 18 years within the Northern Territory, a critical
area needing support and funding. 

Investing in First Nations young women and providing opportunities for them to choose their path and fulfil
their potential, creates a powerful ripple effect and an enduring legacy for Australia. By supporting Stars,
Supre Foundation is helping to positively impact the lives of Indigenous girls and young women, their
families and communities. 

Education outcomes:

A commitment of $1 million over two years (2023-2024) to support more than 400 Indigenous Australian girls
aged 16 to 18 years in the Northern Territory through the Stars Program to:

• Positively attend school and participate in the Stars program
• Successfully graduate from year 12, and
• Provide pathways for further education and employment beyond graduation

Supre Foundation supports programs within the Northern Territory, including Alice Springs, Katherine, Tennant
Creek, East and West Arnhem Land.

Supre recently visited the Northern Territory to experience and connect with the work of the Stars
Foundation, observing firsthand the mentoring programs in schools and the impact the programs have on
students. The students shared how the program has dramatically improved their lives, providing them with a
space where they feel safe, motivating them to complete their secondary education and having a place where
they can feel proud about their culture. Watch the documentary below to find out more and see the impact for

The trip took place in Darwin and Katherine. We acknowledge and pay respects to the Larrakia, Jawoyn,
Dagoman and Wardaman people - the original inhabitants and traditional custodians of Darwin and Katherine -
and Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise their ongoing connection to Country and extend that
respect and appreciation for the thousands of years that they have cared and preserved the Country's land,
waters and culture.

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