If you want to provide a device and online tutoring to vulnerable children free of charge, please donate here.
Education is the great equiliser in our society.
Our supported programs help empower, engage and enrich lives and futures.
Remote Tutoring for Secondary students and youth
Through our delivery partner Need a Tutor, we work closely on a 1:1 basis to ensure individualised learning and mentoring. 2020 & 2021 saw an increased need for educational support due to enforced school closures around the country. Through this program we see decreased anxiety associated with secondary school and tertiary studies, increased school attendance and a positive impact on mental wellbeing and self-worth. This program has proven to improve academic results whilst increasing confidence and enhancing employability prospects.
Remote Tutoring for Primary students
This primary school program is designed to educate, engage and empower those who experience difficulty obtaining learning support; tackling one of the most fundamental social problems experienced by our youngest living in remote and rural communities.
Our young lag behind in literacy and numeracy levels particularly in the country. We provide vital learning support through our interventional technology.
Support services for Isolated and Remote communities
Many children in Australia are unable to learn remotely due to the affordability of devices and lack of access to obtain one. This became particularly apparent during 2020 when COVID-19 exacerbated the digital divide that exists. Our DaD (Donate a Device) program donates refurbished, pre-loved devices to children in need. Through our partnership with Optus and Lite Haus International we redistribute these devices enabling remote learning, reducing e-waste and contributing to the circular economy.
Support services for at-risk and disadvantaged children
We support marginalised youth and children of disadvantage. This includes OOHC (Out of Home care) migrant and refugees, low SES and children experiencing diagnosed learning difficulties. Our Women in STEM program helps ensure more indigenous girls are exposed to STEM industries, assisted with STEM subject tutoring and employability opportunities once in year 12. This 3 year pilot starts in 2022. If you would like to be involved contact us.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
Help us empower our young through education.
Artwork: Journey by artist Anastasia, a proud Ngadjuri woman. Reproduced with permission.