Fundraising & Philanthropy

In 2013 McCulloch & McCulloch launched a new side project with a focus on fundraising and philanthropy. Using their exhibition model, M&M are embarking on a series of fundraising projects aiming to fuse art and charity for worthwhile causes.
Inspired by their previous success in raising much-needed funds for Bushfire Relief and the Aboriginal community of Kanpi through the exhibition The Kanpi Car Show, these fundraising exhibitions are now a major core part of the M&M business.
In August 2013 M&M held a successful fundraising 'art parade' and pop up exhibition with DMCPR Media, Sydney, to raise funds for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

Upcoming fundraising exhibitions include:

Woodleigh School: 'Little bit long way' Exhibition for Woodleigh Reconciliation Programme: 15-17 November 2013

Paintings, carvings and ceramics by new and established Indigenous art talents. Exhibiting in the Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Gallery – Woodleigh School.
Profits from LITTLE BIT LONG WAY will be used to fund the travel costs of visiting student and Elder groups from the Aboriginal communities of Miwatj (North-East Arnhem Land) and Ampilatwatja. Part of a ‘two-ways learning’ exchange with Woodleigh School.
Presented by McCulloch & McCulloch, the exhibition comprises more than 50 works from 20 leading arts centres of the Western, Central, Eastern deserts, Utopia, the APY Lands, the Canning Stock Route, the Kimberley, Queensland and Arnhem Land.
With this diversity and quality of works, LITTLE BIT LONG WAY adds an important dimension to Woodleigh’s Indigenous program. With your generous patronage and support, this program will continue to make a significant, tangible difference to the lives of Indigenous children in remote communities.

Little Bit Long Way

Art Exhibition & Sale

November 15-17 2013

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Gallery @ Woodleigh School

485 Golf Links Road, Langwarrin South –

Gallery Hours 10am - 4pm

Exhibition opening - Friday 15 November, 5pm

Culture is Life: Fundraising Exhibition

The Culture Is Life campaign aims to give a platform for Indigenous Elders and community leaders to influence public awareness, policy-making and service provision around Indigenous suicide prevention. It aims to give voice to the Indigenous-held position that culture and connection to country are vital foundations for social and emotional wellbeing in Indigenous communities.

Hospital Fundraising Exhibition