Campaign: Right to Education

Create a better future!

There are over 4 million people living in poverty in Australia and close to 500,000 of this number are young people aged 15 to 25. The poverty levels have fluctuated between 11.5% and 14.4% during the 1999/00 through to 2015/16 years. (Ref: ACOSS AND UNSW Sydney “POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA 2018” )

A study conducted by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation), showed a strong link between education and poverty and found that if all adults received just two years more of education they could be lifted out of the poverty cycle.

Education transforms lives!

Education provides individuals with the skills necessary to find work, secure a fair wage and lift themselves out of poverty. UNESCO found education helps promote inclusion and prevents marginalization of the individual. (Ref: UNESCO) 2019 “Right to Education”)

Right to Education Scholarship Fund

Help us, help others through our Right to Education Scholarship Fund. The Right to Education Scholarship Fund will help young people aged between 15 and 25 to continue their education pathway and gain the skills needed to become employable. We do this by offering financial support to assist with course fees or costs associated with studying at a Registered Training Organisation.

How you can help

Your donation to our Right to Education Scholarship Fund will help a young Australian person escape the poverty cycle. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible.

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Campaign: Good Leaders

Create a better future!

There are over 600,000 organisaitons in the NFP Sector in Australia and over 57,000 of this number are registered charities. These organisations employ over 1 million staff (around 10% of all employees in Australia). . (Ref: ACNC “Australian Charities Report 2017” )

A study conducted by the Centre for Social Impact (collaboration of three universities: UNSW Australia, Swinburne University of Technology, The University of Western Australia), showed that professional development makes employees more effective in their roles and that the rise in competence and capability flows on to increased social impact. (Ref: CSI, 2015, “Learning for Purpose“)

Education transforms lives!

Education helps the helpers. CSI reports that insufficient financial and structural support prevents the Australian NFP sector and its people from engaging with more professional development and that the financial challenges were obvious in the smaller NFP organisations. (Ref: CSI, 2015, “Learning for Purpose“)

Good Leaders Scholarship Fund

Help us, help those in the not for profit sector through our Good Leaders Scholarship Fund. The Good Leaders Scholarship Fund will help those in small Not For Profit organisations to continue their education pathway and gain the skills needed to progress their careers, lead to best practice and sustainable change in the not-for-profit sector. We do this by offering financial support to assist with course fees or costs associated with studying at a Registered Training Organisation.

How you can help

Your donation to our Strong, Free and Educated Scholarship Fund will help a women escape the poverty cycle. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible.

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Campaign: Strong, Free & Educated

Create a better future!

There are over 4 million people living in poverty in Australia and over 2,000,000 of this number are women. That is 52% of all people living in poverty are women.  The poverty levels have fluctuated between 11.5% and 14.4% during the 1999/00 through to 2015/16 years. (Ref: ACOSS AND UNSW Sydney “POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA 2018” )

A study conducted by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation), showed a strong link between education and poverty and found that if all adults received just two years more of education they could be lifted out of the poverty cycle.

Education transforms lives!

Education provides individuals with the skills necessary to find work, secure a fair wage and lift themselves out of poverty. UNESCO found education helps promote inclusion and prevents marginalization of the individual. (Ref: UNESCO) 2019 “Right to Education”)

Women: Strong, Free & Educated Scholarship Fund

Help us, help women through our Strong, Free and Educated Scholarship Fund. The Strong, Free & Educated Scholarship Fund will help women of any age to continue their education pathway and gain the skills needed to become employable. We do this by offering financial support to assist with course fees or costs associated with studying at a Registered Training Organisation.

How you can help

Your donation to our Strong, Free and Educated Scholarship Fund will help a women escape the poverty cycle. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible.

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Campaign: Transition@55

Create a better future!

There are over 4 million people living in poverty in Australia and over 1,000,000 of this number are mature age people aged 55 and over. The poverty levels have fluctuated between 11.5% and 14.4% during the 1999/00 through to 2015/16 years. (Ref: ACOSS AND UNSW Sydney “POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA 2018” )

The Department of Social Services report that in May 2019, there were over 110,000 mature age people receiving a Newstart Allowance.  (Ref: DSS, March 2019, “Labour Market and Related Payments“)

A study conducted by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation), showed a strong link between education and poverty and found that if all adults received just two years more of education they could be lifted out of the poverty cycle. (Ref: UNESCO) 2019 “Right to Education”)

Education transforms lives!

Education provides individuals with the skills necessary to find work, secure a fair wage and lift themselves out of poverty. UNESCO found education helps promote inclusion and prevents marginalization of the individual. (Ref: UNESCO) 2019 “Right to Education”)

Transition @ 55 Scholarship Fund

Help us, help others through our Transition@55 Scholarship Fund. The Transition@55 Scholarship Fund will help mature age people aged 55 and over to continue their life long learning education pathway and gain new skills and knowledge needed to transition to a new career or job. We do this by offering financial support to assist with course fees or costs associated with studying at a Registered Training Organisation.

How you can help

Your donation to our Transition@55 Scholarship Fund will help a mature-age Australian person escape the poverty cycle. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible.

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