Eyewall Foundation Donates $300,000 Towards Neurological Research At The Perron Institute.

Eyewall Foundation Donates $300,000 Towards Neurological Research At The Perron Institute.

At the Eyewall Foundation, research lies at the core of everything we do.

Each year we aim to bring together the most respected researchers and clinicians to solve the riddle of incurable neurological disease in the hopes to help individuals and their loved ones everywhere.

Leaders in neuroscience for 40 years and home to WA’s most successful research breakthrough teams, the Perron Institute have made brains their business so people with neurological conditions around the world can lead a better quality of life. To date this year, the Eyewall Foundation have donated $300,000 towards neurological research at the Perron Institute, with provided funds helping to finance two medical research positions.

This collaborative partnership between the Eyewall Foundation and Perron Institute will facilitate the pursuit of improved treatments, prevention, and cures, with the award providing the opportunity for life-changing, catalytic funding to the world’s top researchers.

Dr Belinda Kaskow, a recently funded scientist who is passionate to see diseases such as multiple sclerosis and cancer eradicated from society will benefit directly from our latest donation, with Belinda being a recipient of the inaugural Eyewall Foundation Postdoctoral Award.

Belinda was also recently featured and shared her story with Eyewall which is available online now.

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None of this would be possible without your support and we have big plans to take our funding efforts to new heights.

If you do not already support our vital work with a regular donation, please consider supporting us in this way as well as fundraising. 

Regular giving is so important for helping us to plan and sustain our vital work – you can support our cause here.

Our medical research

The research we’re funding is undertaken in Western Australia and by a global network of medical practitioners. Take a look.

What we’re trying to achieve.

We’re a young foundation with big dreams. Our funding is aimed at a number of critical areas of vmedical research.

Meet the researchers.

The research we’re funding is undertaken in Western Australia and by a global network of medical practitioners. Take a look.

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Bo·Be & Rapaport

Bo·Be & Rapaport

Eyewall’s jewellery brand Bo·Be is supported
by the world-renowned Rapaport Group.

Established in 1976, the Rapaport Group is an international network of companies supporting the development of fair, transparent, efficient, and competitive diamond and jewelry markets.

Rapaport shares Eyewall’s ambition to use business to create a better world, not just make money. They support socially-conscious, ethical jewellery trading and are leading lights in the promotion of human rights throughout the global industry.

With over 20,000 clients in 118 countries the Rapaport Group is an innovative force for positive change. Their information and trading services have revolutionized the diamond industry by creating unprecedented pricing and availability transparency across global markets.

Recently, the legendary Rapaport Magazine has featured Eyewall and its fund-raising jewellery brand Bo·Be. Several of our pieces have been featured on their website as their Jewel Of The Week (including our beloved Dreamcatcher, pictured).

We are proud to be associated – and aligned – with the Rapaport organisation.

Direct Donation.

If any of these stories have resonated with you, why not support us directly through a personal or corporate donation. Donations over $5 are tax deductable and every dollar will help us fund world-changing medical research.

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Raising money to lower suffering.

Raising money to lower suffering.

Redkite do an amazing job helping families impacted by childhood cancer. We helped them raise funds with a donation from our not-for-profit jewellery brand Bo-Be.

Eyewall’s purpose is to create a better world through better spending. So when Redkite got in touch and said they were raising money to help the families of children suffering from cancer, we wanted to be a part.

Our idea was a Mother’s Day Raffle, with first prize being a set of Bo-Be jewellery worth over $75,000. One lucky mum received a beautiful set of diamond jewellery and Redkite received a big funding boost so that many more families could receive the practical help and emotional support they needed to get their child through cancer treatment. We think that’s a great win-win.

As one of our fundraising enterprises, Bo-Be is all about making jewellery more meaningful. We think jewellery should be a symbol for love and family, not just how much money you have. And the set we chose for the raffle is a great example. It was from our Dreaming Collection, a range of designs that reflect the Eyewall Foundation’s dream of a world where neurological diseases don’t rob us of our loved ones before their time. A dream shared by everyone at Redkite too.

Find out more about Redkite.

Every day, three Australian families are told their child has cancer. And when a child has cancer, almost every aspect of normal family life is affected. Redkite is a wonderful charity that provides emotional, financial, and practical support for families going through this horrible, unfair experience. And they’ve been doing it for 35 years, becoming Australia’s most dedicated support network for families going through the difficult journey of childhood cancer. We’re proud to partner these guys and help fund their amazing work.

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about Redkite (and maybe even donate!).

to learn more about Redkite (and maybe even donate!).

More about us.

Like to help the Eyewall Foundation fund world-changing medical research? Take a look at our purposeful enterprises. These creative little companies are the economic engines driving our fundraising efforts and delivering “a better world through better spending”.​

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We’re making jewellery more meaningful. Firstly, by designing cool rings, necklaces, brooches and more with a deeper meaning to them than just how they look or how much they're worth. Each one has a very human story to tell. And secondly, by giving 100% of the profits to the amazing medical people and institutions researching cures for neurological diseases. People trendier than us call that “conscious consumption”. We just think it makes beautiful sense.

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This amazing little enterprise is launching soon and is designed to promote both sustainability and charity. It works like this: we’re sourcing incredible designer-label clothing from the wealthy, then getting fashion and design students to repurpose them into lifestyle accessories that people at every level of society can afford to buy. Things like handbags, wallets, placemats, bookmarks, and so on. With all the money going to fund medical research. We love it and know you will too. Stay tuned for launch announcements.

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This is another clever enterprise that’s going to be a real win-win for consumers and society. It’s a sort of environmentally-conscious gifting idea, where we collect unwanted vintage crockery and get talented, altruistic artisans to break it down and create new homewares that people can buy for themselves or as gifts. And again, all the profits go directly to medical research. It’s just like the Aussie Couture Project, really, but with porcelain and fine china!

Direct Donation.

If any of these stories have resonated with you, why not support us directly through a personal or corporate donation. Donations over $5 are tax deductable and every dollar will help us fund world-changing medical research.

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Building a better world is an art.

Building a better world is an art.

We’ve partnered with The Lester Prize, a national portraiture competition with a belief in human understanding over vacuous fashion (we love that).

The Lester Prize is one of Australia’s foremost portraiture prizes, awarded to artists who produce distinguished works that capture the meaning of ‘them’, ‘me’, and ‘us’. This ambition really aligns with our own belief that when individuals unify around a common goal, they can change the world.

We’ve also seen that art can be a genuine contributor to a world that inspires and heals the human mind. Art therapies, for example, have long been used to enhance the lives of patients suffering from neurological disorders, providing an outlet for self-expression and enhancing their quality of life. Than connects directly to our ambition to cure some of the world’s nastiest neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. So bring on the art, folks.

More about The Lester Prize.

The award aims to inspire Australian artists, empowering them to continue producing thought-provoking, and envelope-pushing artworks. We love their manifesto:

  • It is not one point-of-view, one tone nor one hue.
  • The Lester Prize exhibits all our traits—the heroic, the despicable, the humble, the deplorable, the principled and the fallen.
    When you look upon these portraits of others, you can’t help but see yourself reflected.
  • The Lester Prize captures what it means to be ‘them’, to be ‘me’ and to be ‘us’.
  • With this ancient continent behind it, The Lester Prize looks out while welcoming the world in.
  • It is for portraiture that comes from an unexpected place, but can speak to all.
  • It is for the elevation of the artist but against vacuous celebrity.
  • It is for quality irrespective of style.
  • It is for insight over fashion.
  • It builds reputations, not just venerates those who already have one.
  • This is what makes The Lester Prize the fresh face of portraiture.

to find out more.

More about us.

Like to help the Eyewall Foundation fund world-changing medical research? Take a look at our purposeful enterprises. These creative little companies are the economic engines driving our fundraising efforts and delivering “a better world through better spending”.​

bo be logo White sml

We’re making jewellery more meaningful. Firstly, by designing cool rings, necklaces, brooches and more with a deeper meaning to them than just how they look or how much they're worth. Each one has a very human story to tell. And secondly, by giving 100% of the profits to the amazing medical people and institutions researching cures for neurological diseases. People trendier than us call that “conscious consumption”. We just think it makes beautiful sense.

ACP logo white

This amazing little enterprise is launching soon and is designed to promote both sustainability and charity. It works like this: we’re sourcing incredible designer-label clothing from the wealthy, then getting fashion and design students to repurpose them into lifestyle accessories that people at every level of society can afford to buy. Things like handbags, wallets, placemats, bookmarks, and so on. With all the money going to fund medical research. We love it and know you will too. Stay tuned for launch announcements.

CFC logo white

This is another clever enterprise that’s going to be a real win-win for consumers and society. It’s a sort of environmentally-conscious gifting idea, where we collect unwanted vintage crockery and get talented, altruistic artisans to break it down and create new homewares that people can buy for themselves or as gifts. And again, all the profits go directly to medical research. It’s just like the Aussie Couture Project, really, but with porcelain and fine china!

Direct Donation.

If any of these stories have resonated with you, why not support us directly through a personal or corporate donation. Donations over $5 are tax deductable and every dollar will help us fund world-changing medical research.

Read More