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Who Web Prophets supported 2013/2014

26 June 2014

Since the very start in 1999, Web Prophets has been committed to supporting its local community.

In the 2013/14 year we formalised this support by offering a 25% discount to all of our NFP customers on any of our services. The support we have offered has included services in website design & development, hosting, technical support / systems administration and Etools emarketing services.

This year just like every other year we supported two organsiations in particular -

BARC - we built an entire website and ecommerce system for Bali Adoption and Rehabilitation Centre. This helped BARC out; but also helped Web Prophets staff learn the Commerce platform for Drupal. We look forward to the imminent launch of this new website.

St Kilda Mums - in late 2013 Web Prophets took over the email, website hosting and systems administration for St Kilda Mums. St Kilda Mums helps out the poorest families throughout Melbourne providing clothing and nursery items through their network of maternal and childcare nurses and local social service agencies. To date this volunteer based organisation has rehomed a staggering 19,465 items in just 5 years of operation.

It is with immense pride that as we near the end of the financial year that we can announce that the organisations below have shared in just over $55,000 worth of support from Web Prophets this financial year.

We could not have achieved this level of support without all of our fantastic customers who utilise our services during the year; so we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for being part of our community and helping us to help those who need it the most.


100 Story Building

Helping the most marginalised children and young people in the community build literacy skills, confidence and a sense of belonging.



Able Australia

Provides services for people living with multiple disabilities including deafblindness.




The peak advocacy and support agency for Aboriginal artists and art centres located in Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, Kimberley and Tiwi Islands


Arts Access Victoria

Provides training, resources, mentorships, advice and information services for organisations and individuals from both the arts and disability sectors.


Arts Project Australia

A studio and gallery that promotes artists with intellectual disabilities.



Australian Farmers Markets Association/

Supports and develops the growth of best-practice and sustainable farmers markets across Australia.


Bali Adoption and Rehabilitation Centre

Works to relieve the suffering, starvation, abuse and neglect of Bali street dogs.


Fitzroy Street Farmers Market

Run by the Rotary Club of Melbourne South; the gold coin donations from this market go into supporting the Rotary Club of Melbourne South do the amazing work that they do both locally and internationally



A catering skills program that provides basic hospitality qualifications to help young people who struggle in mainstream education to get reconnected and find a career pathway.


Hepatitis Victoria

Works for people affected by or at risk of contracting viral hepatitis.



Mangkaja Arts

Located in Fitzroy Crossing, Mangkaja is a fine art gallery, specialty store and a studio space for Aboriginal artists to paint and make cultural objects.



Melbourne Farmers Markets

Promotes Victorian food and produce, regional food cultures, and sustainable farming practices including the strengthening of relationships between consumer and producer.


Multiple Sclerosis Australia

National peak body for Multiple Sclerosis; MS Australia raises awareness and lobbies on key issues for people with MS.



New Beginnings Cambodia

Providing security and a future for impoverished families living with HIV/AIDS in the Chi Kreang District of Cambodia


Ortlieb Foundation

FInancially assists young people who have been diagnosed with cancer to help them pursue higher education.



Polyglot Theatre

Creators of experiential and interactive theatre for children - encouraging kids to turn the simplest things into extraordinary creations.


Reclink Australia

Provides and promotes sport and art programs for people experiencing disadvantage.



Rotary Club of St Kilda

Non religious, non political group committed to helping out those in need in their community and internationally.


St Kilda Gatehouse

Supports and provides a safe haven for the most marginalised members of our community - the people involved in street sex work.


St Kilda Mums

Rehomes new and pre-loved baby goods and nursery equipment to families in need. 



St Kilda News

St Kilda's local newspaper; open for any citizen to contribute to.


The Institute for Creative Health

Aims to embed the arts in the nation's approach to health and wellbeing.


Toy Libraries Australia

Represents 160 toy libraries in Australia.


Victorian Farmers Markets Association

Supports and promotes authentic farmers markets throughout Victoria.


William Anglis Charitable Fund

Philanthropic fund that supports a variety of groups including the elderly, children & families, disabled, hospitals and youth welfare groups.