IT TAKES A WHOLE COMMUNITY TO EDUCATE A CHILD
We invite you to partner with us by creating educational opportunities for the next generation of Indigenous leaders.
Since 2005, we have been humbled and privileged to find ourselves in a position to be offering life-changing opportunities for more than 720 Indigenous children living in regional and remote communities.
The Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship is one of those sliding-door moments in a young person’s life, when their horizons stretch and open them up to people, places, opportunities and experiences that will fundamentally change what their future holds.
The education our Yalari supporters financially contribute to allows these young children to dream bigger dreams – to want more, be more and do more; not only for themselves but for their families, their friends, their communities, and Australia as a united and equitable country.
For more information on partnering with Yalari, please click here or contact Laura Harvey, Head of Philanthropy at [email protected] or (07) 5665 8688.
85 & 86 Riverview old boys & friends
Alan and Doris (deceased) Sinclair-Jackson
Archie and Mary Lou Douglas
Bagot Gjergja Foundation
Dr Roger Grigg
Estate of Mona M B Birrell
Fenwick Family Foundation
Geoffrey Davies AO and Thea Davies
Grant and Linden Oliver
H & J Davies Foundation
Hamish and Mary McIntyre
J & M Wright Foundation
John Reid AO and Lynn Rainbow-Reid AM
Johnson Group WA
Judith Musgrave Family Foundation
Macquarie Group Foundation
Mckeage Cole Foundation
Nick and Georgia Martin
Opportunity 12 Syndicate
Patricia Matthews and Neville Sandford
Paul and Judy Williams through their charity Woomera Education Scholarship Trust
Richard Oliver AM
Roden Family Foundation
Rosey Kids Foundation
Russell and Sue Scrimshaw Family Foundation
Sinclair Charitable Trust
Stan and Maureen Duke Foundation
Steve and Di McCready
The Fred P Archer Charitable Trust
The Leroy & Joy Brauer Perpetual Charitable Trust
The Sue Chase Foundation
Tim Fairfax AC and Gina Fairfax AC
Toowoomba Grammar Class of ’84
Uncle Rob Bryant’s First Nations Education Scholarship. In memory of his mother the late Granny Rita Bryant/Whaddy
HELP INDIGENOUS CHILDREN RECEIVE A QUALITY EDUCATION, TO DREAM BIG AND ACHIEVE!
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Yalari respects our Elders, past and present, and acknowledges that our office is on Kombumerri country within the lands of the Yugambeh language group