Since its inception, Seaton Foundation has granted $1,871,446.50 to over 40 projects.
Orange Sky was established in 2014 to provide the world's first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness. However, the primary focus of the service is to provide a genuine human connection through conversation. The Seaton Foundation granted funds to purchase 'Don', a mobile van to deploy assistance in the Northern Rivers Region of NSW.
Human Nature offers innovative, nature-based professional mental health interventions for at-risk young people, taking them out of the counselling room and into outdoor spaces where they are more comfortable and open to therapeutic support to connect back with themselves, their peers and with nature.
Our Kids was established to improve the outcomes for children's health in the Northern Rivers of NSW by raising funds to purchase medical equipment. The Seaton Foundation has recently granted funds for a Wireless CTG machine for the Labour Ward at the Lismore Base Hospital.
Mullumbimby High School was established in 1886 with 8 pupils. Today, the student population has expanded, and with it the need for facilities. The Seaton Foundation is working with MHS in three key areas: student growth and attainment; student engagement and wellbeing; and teacher practice and collaboration.