Help Griffith Review continue to thrive and support Australian writers
'We need your support to help create viable pathways for writers, to pay them properly, support them with editing and events, and provide fellowships and residencies.' – Julianne Schultz, Founding Editor.
To continue providing analysis that explains an ever-changing world, with an Australian accent, Griffith Review needs to be able to commission, pay and nurture Australian writers and thinkers. Please help us support Australian writing, culture and ideas. Every gift makes a difference and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. There are two ways to donate:
Donate online using Griffith University's quick, easy and secure Online Giving Form, and selecting 'Griffith Review' from the destinations dropdown menu.
Download a donation form to print and mail back to us.
One of the things that makes Griffith Review unique is our commitment to providing opportunities for writers and readers. This means we want to help writers not only when they contribute to Griffith Review, but as they take their ideas to live audiences, and develop them into bigger projects – books, films, podcasts and more. As a direct result of our approach, more than two hundred books started life in Griffith Review before being commercially published. We also curate and arrange events so that readers can be involved in an exchange with the writers and with each other.
These things cost money, so we need your support, please donate and renew your subscription and help us to continue to flourish.
Your tax-deductable donation to Griffith Review will help develop the next generation of writing talent with fellowships, commissions and residencies at Varuna in the beautiful Blue Mountains.
Please contact us if you would like to receive more information about making a charitable donation.
Griffith Review thanks its existing patrons and donors, whose generosity has contributed towards expanding Griffith Review’s impact and visibility.
Ms Margaret Mittelheuser (Dec.)
Dr Cathryn Mittelheuser
Prof Glyn Davis AC
Prof Tom Griffiths AO
Ms Wendy Page
Mr Mark Scott AO
Ms Susan Varga
Ms Wendy McCarthy AO
John R McIlwain (Dec.)
Emeritus Professor Rodney Tiffen