This young nonprofit aims to help the telecommunications industry help others by bringing different companies within the sector together to raise money for those in need.
In the About Us section, the TTF describes itself as "a registered charity that brings together the telecommunications industry in support of disadvantaged communities".
Currently the foundation has only a few full-time staff members, including chief executive Renee Bowker who used to work at M2 Telecommunications.
She decided to get involved in charity work after she spent a month volunteering in Kenya, Africa, according to her profile on the website.
This foundation is the brainchild of M2 Telecommunications co-founder Vaughan Bowen, who is now the chairman of the TTF.
In an interview with the Brisbane Times, Mr Bowen explained that he saw an opportunity for lucrative fundraising within the telecommunications sector if organisations could collaborate.
"Our industry collectively has not done anything [charitable]. Not to say it is not an industry that has not done anything, there is lots of independent activity, but collectively there has never been a coming together," he said.
The TTF was officially launched last week (July 26), but the idea has been in fruition since 2011.
For more information, check out its official website.