We fund a variety of scholarship programs with a focus on helping rural and regional youth to access education and realise their dreams.
We work with two major partners; Country Education Foundation and Royal Agricultural Society Foundation who assist students in the areas surrounding Canberra and the South Coast. Support is for rural and regional youth to access education and achieve their goals. Awarded to students from a range of courses; funds assist with fees and expenses e.g. travel, rent, living expenses, uniforms.We also provide scholarships to Queanbeyan and Karabar High Schools for senior students and Companion House for students from refugee backgrounds.
Growth in 2024 – new partnerships are being formed such as Harding Miller Education Foundation and Sisters of Charity Foundation and growing existing ones to double those offered, aiming for 100+ across school and tertiary education.
Focusing on excellence as well as equity and access, ensuring all individuals, regardless of their background have equal access to education opportunities and resources.
Country Education Foundation scholarship student Callum Furner
Country Education Foundation scholar Karlee Symonds, Shoalhaven NSW
Royal Agricultural Society Foundation scholar Georgina Evans
Royal Agricultural Society Foundation scholar Cassie McDonald
Country Education Foundation scholar Bailey Sassal
Country Education Foundation scholar Groove Brindley
Country Education Foundation scholar Rhiannon Chappell
Country Education Foundation scholar Callum Furner
Royal Agricultural Society Foundation scholar Hugh Morrison
Royal Agricultural Society Foundation scholar Lily Morris