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The Seed Fund Kicks Off First Pozible Campaign To Keep Funding Australian Music

The Seed Fund has kicked off their first Pozible Campaign today, to help keep the fund flowing to emerging artists around Australia.

Founded by John Butler and Danielle Caruana after spending many years travelling Australia and seeing the exceptional artists around the country, skip forward a few years and they found themselves in a position to give something back – and The Seed Fund was born!

From Tame Impala to Emma Louise, Boy and Bear, Ball Park Music, Gosling, Airling, The Veronicas and Washington, The See Fund has played a key role in supporting more than 400 artists across the country via their industry-renowned Management Workshop and grant-giving programs.

The Pozible campaign will be used to continue the great work The Seed Fund does, such as The Management Workshop and grants for recording projects, publicity campaigns, management support and indigenous arts, among others.

Rewards are available for generous donations such as, intimate house concerts by the likes of The Seed Fund directors John Butler and Danielle Caruana, as well as Marlon Williams, Harry James Angus and Little May, an autographed Maton Guitar & Ukulele, Chugg Entertainment Tickets to massive international shows, merch from bands including Tame Impala, Gotye and San Cisco and you will have a nice warm fuzzy feeling inside for your support of this awesome organisation.

To donate and see some the programs The Seed Fun offers in action, visit http://www.pozible.com/project/198834 and give generously! 

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