Get Involved

We want to help you build your own understanding about racism. By filling out a short 4-5 min survey you can help us dig deeper into how we can break through the information overload to bring bite-sized anti-racism information and knowledge, that will be relevant to you and help you become a supporter and an ally.

We want to reach you in a way that is helpful and stays with you for the long term. Please help us understand how we can do that by filling up this short survey. All inputs from the survey will be used for the purpose of creating content towards anti-racism education in Australia. 

There’s three ways you can get involved in helping All Together Now thrive:



By making a donation to All Together Now, you support our vision of an Australian community that is free from racism. You are helping to sustain the only national charity dedicated to preventing all forms of racism in Australia, by creating evidence-based projects aiming to achieve racial equity.

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Each year, around 50 people volunteer their time to help All Together Now flourish. Nearly all of our staff are volunteers, doing roles as diverse as administration, communication and marketing, management, and design.

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We create genuine, long-term partnerships with corporations, SMEs, government agencies, education institutions and other organisations that want to make an impact on racism prevention in Australia. Support from these partnerships include in-kind provision of goods or services, funding, and cross-promotion. We currently have over 20 business partners and supporters.

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  • Andy Trieu, Actor

    Having experienced the negative effects of racism before I found great value in aligning myself with an organization that has its prevention as a top priority. Through promoting and participating in All Together Now initiatives I have found the conversation of racism has spread through my networks. My friends that Identify with the issue are now more open to speak out about it.

  • Bruce Djite, Adelaide United Striker

    There is no place for racism in Australian football or the broader community and that is something I’m really passionate about.

  • Andy Minh Trieu, SBS Pop Asia

    Having experienced the negative effects of racism before, I found great value in aligning myself with an organization that has its prevention as a top priority.

Share your stories…

All Together Now is looking for stories so that we can understand what’s really happening on the ground across Australia. You can choose to be anonymous, or provide your name with your story.

What does it mean to be #Australian?

We’d love to hear about what you think it means to be Australian. Of course we all know it’s not only about the passport in your pocket or your nationality, but also the values and behaviours we share as a nation. What do you think?

Have you been a target of racism?

If you have been a target of racism in the workplace, in the street, or anywhere else, please let us know about it so that we can create programs that meet the needs of Australian residents. By sharing your story you’ll also let others know that racism is still a problem in Australia, and that complacency is not an option. Do you have a story to share?