Our Charity Partners

Indigenous Beverages Australia has evolved to share one common vision; to actively demonstrate and support Indigenous people of Australia by contributing support to Indigenous Community Volunteers who are actively building brighter futures with Indigenous Australians.
Indigenous Beverages Australia proudly supports two non-profit community development organisations Indigenous Community Volunteers and LIVIN. Our main focus and vision at Waddi Springs is to give back to the community as best we can. We are focused on bridging the gap between Indigenous and Non indigenous Australians. We strongly believe that by investing time, education and resources into our younger generation, we can make a large impact. We are very proud of our partnerships and collaboration with these two very special organisations.


LIVIN is all about living your life at the top and destroying the stigma that is attached to mental illness. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings, issues and challenges because #itaintweaktospeak

Indigenous Beverages Australia also proudly supports LIVIN (Top Livin  ABN 46 600 787 513) which is a fully registered charity that was created to wipe out the stigma on mental illness and raise awareness for suicide prevention once and for all.


Unlike other charities in the mental health space past and present, LIVIN use fashion, mainstream media and profiles to make this change and get people talking about mental health. This strategy is perfectly aligned in their core target demographic and by implementing the mission, vision and values, LIVIN believe they can change the way people understand and interpret mental illness, visit www.livin.org.au

It is always a pleasure to get out and help the community. Please contact us if you have any upcoming events that you would like us to be a part of.

‘There is compiling evidence that supports the importance of supporting Indigenous businesses; Firstly, besides creating a financial value for the owners/shareholder, it more importantly creates and produces a wider social outcome. It is fact that by supporting Indigenous businesses for every $1.00 spent it creates $4.68-$10.91 of social value.
This is a very important component of closing the gap, We have large problems within our communities with unemployment; and I believe if we can all come together and collaborate by utilising the products/services of Indigenous business we can all collectively move forward together as one and make the Impact that is needed within Remote Indigenous Australia.’
Tomika Johnson – Director