EWB believes communities, corporates, government, universities and industry bodies working together can engineer a better world. We take an uncompromising and creative approach to working with others that are committed to positive social change and humanitarian outcomes.
To find out more
Contact Sarah Matthee
Corporate Coordinator via email or on +61 3 8582 1866.
In-kind and Major Donors
EWB sincerely thanks the integral contribution from all our supporters, helping EWB to engineer a better world. We would like to acknowledge the following supporters for the 2014/15 financial year:
INFLUENCERS $30,000 - $50,000
English Family Foundation
Affecters $10,000 - $29,999
|Handmaid Fund||Alexander and Rebecca Lubansky|
|Knox Family Foundation||ebm-papst|
Backers $1,000 - 10,000
|Price Family Foundation||David Frid|
|Joseph Niven||Chris Arnott|
|Sarah and Steve Humphries||Philip Jack|
|Peter de Bruin||Kate and Gavin Rogers|
|Anna Cain||Solomon Brown|
|Lucille Fisher||Joanne Wheller-Stuckey|
|Richard Feigin||Lynn Murray|
|Daine Alcorn||Patrick Dwyer|
|David Addis||Globe Medical|
|Clare Harris||Simon Evans|
in kind SUPPORTERS & SPONSORSHIP
|Small Giants||Federation Square|
|Globe Medical||Round Studio|
|University of Western Australia||Oxford MBA|
Since 2009, Lowe Lippmann has been supporting EWB through the provision of on-going professional pro bono accounting services.
Since 2006, Minter Ellison has been supporting EWB through the provision of on-going professional pro bono legal services.
Since 2009, Norton Rose have been assisting EWB with the provision of pro bono legal advice for the Shipton's Flat partnership in Queensland.
Since 2007, Salesforce has been supporting EWB through the provision of in kind licences to their database and customer relationships management platform.
Since 2016 Pritchard Francis have provided engineering consulting services including drafting, review of engineering plans in the development of our ATEC* Biodigester enterprise in Cambodia