Education - the catalyst for a better life
This is an opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life.The Caroline Chisholm Education Foundation is seeking your support to provide a vocational education to the more vulnerable members of our community.
Education grant-giving is about building a stronger community and changing lives. Disengagement and dependency on government and charitable welfare can have major economic and anti-social consequences.
Education can be the catalyst for a person to shift from whole or part dependence on welfare to being a productive contributor to their community. It can also be the circuit breaker that removes or reduces a family’s reliance on welfare across multiple generations.
Customising donations to meet your needs
Donors can choose to donate scholarship funds by nominating funds to support a scholarship that:
- is named after a loved one – a memorial gift
- represents a qualification – such as “hospitality” or “accounting”
- reflects a trade-based skill such as carpentry or automotive training
- supports a cultural or gender group such as women or refugees
- assists a group of students such as youth or sufferers of mental health illness.
As Chisholm provides training to many thousands of students each year and offers more than 400 qualifications, the foundation can develop donation packages to meet a broad range of needs.
Donating is easy
Education scholarships provide knowledge, skills, new career opportunities and build self-esteem. They are simply among the best gifts a person in need can receive.
There are two ways to make a donation:
Download a Donation Form and once completed, return it as indicated, or,
Contact the CCEF Executive Officer to have a chat about how you can support the foundation.
Natalie El-Ali Memorial Justice Scholarship
The creation of this memorial scholarship is our gift to Natalie to thank her for making a difference in her short life and for her dreams to be fulfilled.
Download the Natalie El-Ali Memorial Justice Scholarship donation form to be a donor for this scholarship.