We work in partnership with organisations that support our aims and objectives. Our corporate partners include Birdie Wealth, Infodec Communications, Studio Twofold, OzHarvest and King Cotton.
We work in partnership with organisations that support our aims and objectives. Our corporate partners include Birdie Wealth, Infodec Communications, Studio Twofold, OzHarvest and King Cotton. We partner with NSW Department of Communities and Justice to deliver anti-violence programs.
Enough is Enough partners make a vital contribution to our organisation. They donate hours of pro-bono work from their professional teams. They also support the growth of our charity with their business expertise, advice, contacts, tools and energy.
Key charity partner Birdie Wealth is a local company that since its inception has provided substantial funds to Enough is Enough. Birdie’s generous funding has helped our organisation keep the roof over our head. The experience of its CEO Nathan Smith has also helped our organisation grow.
If your business would like to learn more about becoming a charity partner and developing a partnership that delivers ongoing support to Enough is Enough, such as pro-bono work and funding, we would be very pleased to hear from you.
We would love financial sponsorship for our events and programs, and we actively look to promote those who sponsor us. We are happy to accept one-off sponsorships, as well as ongoing sponsorships of longer-term projects.
Our patrons are individuals in our society who contribute to the work we do on a daily basis.
Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC
Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC is the 39th Governor of New South Wales, commencing her five year tenure on 2 May 2019.
Prior to her appointment as Governor, Her Excellency enjoyed a long and distinguished law career spanning 43 years, during which time she served as a role model for women in law at both the State and national level.
Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1989, in 1993 she was made a judge of the Federal Court of Australia, the first woman to sit exclusively in that Court. In 1996, she achieved the distinction of being the first woman appointed to the New South Wales Court of Appeal and, subsequently, as the first woman to be appointed as its President. She served, on a number of occasions, as Administrator of the Government of the State of New South Wales.
She was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours List on 26 January 2020 for “eminent service to the people of New South Wales, particularly through leadership roles in the judiciary, and as a mentor of young women lawyers”.
Her Excellency has three children – Erin, Lauren and Anthony Sullivan – and is married to Mr. Dennis Wilson, a barrister, mediator, accredited international arbitrator and Adjunct Professor of Law, at Notre Dame University, Sydney.
Her Excellency brings her deep commitment to education, youth leadership, human rights and social justice to the role in service of the people of New South Wales.
Professor Ken Rigby
Dr Ken Rigby is currently Adjunct Professor (Research) in the School of Education at the University of South Australia. He is published widely in both academic and professional journals. These include “New Perspectives on Bullying”(2002), “Children and Bullying: How parents and educators can reduce bullying in schools”(2008) and “Bullying Interventions in Schools: Six basic Approaches”(2010).
Honourable Greg James, QC
Former Judge of the NSW Supreme Court and Royal Commissioner. The Hon Greg James QC is presently the President of the NSW Mental Health Review Tribunal and Adjunct Professor at the School of Law Southern Cross University and Visiting Professor and Chair of the Curriculum Committee at the Law School University of Western Sydney.
Scott and Rhonda Gibbons
Scott Gibbons (MR SOLD) is a community auctioneer and presenter, who, along with his wife Rhonda, are great long-time supporters and patrons of Enough is Enough
If you would like to find out more about becoming a Patron, email
Our ambassadors are individuals in our society who support us and have a deep understanding of our work.
Nathan Smith, Birdie Wealth