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Enrise Enriches Lives

Enrise is an Australian registered charity delivering supported programs to our Indigenous and remote communities.

Through our strong partnerships and collaborations we build individual capacity

and improve life outcomes through education and employment support for children, youth and rural, regional and remote communities.

Enrise: enriching lives, engaging education and establishes an enduring legacy.

Enrise integrates emerging technologies, critically supporting Indigenous and Remote students on their individual learning challenges.
Enrise works with award winning platform Need a Tutor to provide accessible equitable support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth. 
We empower Indigenous and remote students to set their own future direction and through the help of purpose partners and public donations, reduce challenges and close the gap, providing better futures through supported programs.

PROGRAMS:

Remote Tutoring for Secondary students and youth

Remote Tutoring for Primary students
 

Support services for Isolated and Remote communities

Support services for disadvantaged children

GET INVOLVED:

Help us empower through education.

Artwork: Journey by artist Anastasia, a proud Ngadjuri woman. Reproduced with permission.

Donate
Help us provide enduring support, device donations closing the educational and employability divide.
Enrise is a registered charity and public benevolent institution endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (category 1).
Be a Partner
Help us deliver supported services through corporate partnerships, Corporate Social Responsibility goals and philanthropic efforts.
Enrise is a registered charity and public benevolent institution endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (category 1).

Enrise is registered by the Australian  Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

ABN  51645228191

Endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient.

We would like to acknowledge the people who are the traditional custodians of our land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.