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Supporting charities, nonprofits and social enterprises that facilitate and fund educational programs allows both children and adults to access life-changing learning opportunities.

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Donate to support primary and secondary education

Primary and secondary education refers to the teaching and learning provided to children and adolescents.

Donating to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises that work within this area of the education sector will provide much-needed funds to offer rich learning opportunities for disadvantaged kids.

It also allows for these organizations to continue working on researching and implementing best practice pedagogies and providing financial, educational, and emotional assistance to enable students to perform at their best.

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Early childhood education

Supporting early childhood education will provide assistance in the period of time from a child's birth to when they enter kindergarten or school.

Special needs education

Selecting a special needs education recipient to support allows them to continue providing additional resources and adaptive pedagogy to students with varying learning needs.

Gifted education

Facilitate the enrichment and acceleration of education for gifted and talented students by giving to recipients who implement specialized programs.

Educational development

Assist those who teach to improve their practices by supporting a recipient in the educational development field.

Languages education

Donating to a languages education recipient will assist in the process and practice of teaching a second or foreign language.

STEM education

Partnering with STEM education-related recipients enables them to deliver programs that cover the specific knowledge and skills found in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.

Give to education support recipients

Education support provides assistance and access to programs that allow students to participate in education successfully. These programs include international student support, literacy and numeracy support and opening up opportunities for out-of-school learning.

Recipients may also work to foster positive relationships between families and schools, which in turn aims to lead to increased family-school involvement and better student retention.

Providing tutoring and university preparation for students who require financial and practical assistance to access higher education is also an important part of an education support recipient's work.

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Assist adult education programs

Adult education refers to systematic and self-educating activities adults undertake to gain new skills or knowledge.

Supporting adult education-focused recipients allows them to continue working with adults on their literacy and numeracy skills, secondary school equivalency qualifications, improving their English as a second language, and assisting them in undertaking higher education.

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Donate to scholarship and financial support recipients to help students financially access life-changing education opportunities.
Vocational Bible College
ABN 95609027410
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provide training in Theology and Ministry to equip people to serve in their local Church and Community
Indian Support Center
ABN 72966316271
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Matercare Australia
ABN 36820537098
Endorsed DGR Item 1
MaterCare Australia (MCA) contributed to the building and running of of a maternity hospital in Isiolo, Kenya, named St John Paul II AVI MaterCare Maternity Hospital. The hospital is part of a larger rural obstetric programme developed and run by MaterCare International, known as Project Isiolo (PI). The aim of PI is to prevent and control the obstetric and paediatric disorders associated with the unacceptably high rate of maternal and perinatal morbidly and mortality in this part of subSaharan Africa. MCA members participated in the planning and running of MaterCare International's 14th International Workshop from September 18th22nd 2019, a multidisciplinary conference held in Rome, Italy. An educational event for healthcare practitioners entitled an introduction to MaterCare, was held at Carnarvon Golf Club, Sydney, of 23/11/20. A board member volunteered to participate in a needsassessment of future maternity projects in Rwanda & Uganda from 721 February 2020.
The Ramsay Centre For Western Civilisation
ABN 22617686905
Listed by name DGR Item 1
Our objective, as set out in our Constitution, is to advance education by promoting studies and discussion associated with the establishment and development of western civilisation, including through establishing and administering scholarship funds and educational courses in collaboration and partnership with universities and other educational providers. We aim to achieve this objective by:a. University Partnerships: Funding the creation and teaching of Western Civilisation undergraduate degree pathways in collaboration with three Australian universities, University of Wollongong, University of Queensland and Australian Catholic University. In addition, a suite of Ramsay Undergraduate scholarships are available for Australian students to complete the Western Civilisation programs as part of a single or double degree;b. Postgraduate Scholarships: Endowing a number of national Ramsay Postgraduate Scholarships, open to recent Australian graduates from a range of academic disciplines, for study at prestigious overseas universities. First students are due to commence in 2021; andc. Public Outreach Program and Other Activities: Promoting a wider appreciation of western civilisation through a public lecture series of distinguished visiting speakers, great books series, podcasts a summer program for senior high school students and other events.
Goulburn Murray Local Learning And Employment Network
ABN 82259471365
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Brokering and sustaining collaborative partnerships to develop programs and interventions that deliver placebased support and address gaps in the local community. Our initiatives aim to support successful transitions into education, training and employment to ensure every young person, no matter their circumstance, can thrive and be the best version of themselves.
I Am Someone
ABN 72265108056
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Raised funds to continue support of 12 schools and 8 children's villages (established), providing health cover, nutrition, education and care to the children we support. Also continue projects supporting economic, social and community development
Cambridge Australia Scholarships
ABN 71146517366
Listed by name DGR Item 1
Through the generosity of our donors CAS was able to offer 12 scholarships to Australian students in 2020, enabling them to undertake graduate studies at the University of Cambridge.
Women Illawarra
ABN 26002929204
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We are a not for profit, legally incorporated community association that operates from a feminist and social justice perspective for the empowerment of women. We provided a range of programs, services and support to women, girls and children in the Illawarra region who were experiencing multiple vulnerabilities, including domestic violence, social inequality, poverty, marginalisation and gender discrimination.
ABN 80099255106
Endorsed DGR Item 1
WentWest delivered quality health care needs and services to the Western Sydney community through a range of programs spanning Aboriginal health, aged care, child and family, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, chronic conditions and other population health initiatives.
Broome Historical Society
ABN 60520306348
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
1. To foster an interest in the history and heritage of Broome.2. To collect, classify and preserve any item, record, book, paper, or other document pertaining to the history of Broome.3. To obtain and maintain premises for the purpose of storage of and display of the property, and collection of the Society.4. To maintain and preserve the collection and displays of the Broome Historical Society Museum on behalf of and in the interests of Broome and its general community.5. To expend monies raised by the Society primarily on maintaining the Museum, its collections and operations and secondarily on preserving information, items and sites that have been formerly recognised (e.g. by the Shire of Broome Municipal Heritage Inventory, the Register of the Heritage Council, the National Trust listings) as being part of Broome’s heritage.
Carnarvon Space And Technology Museum
ABN 87882586320
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We host an educational and leisure facility through both technology and space memorabilia at our Space & Technology Museum
Gravity Discovery Centre Foundation
ABN 26892177952
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We delivered science education programs to schools children and the public and provided inspiration to explore the big questions of the universe

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The Importance of Environmental Education in the 21st Century
Today, it is more important than ever to be aware of our impact on the environment and to take action to protect our planet. Environmental education is a key part of this process, as it helps us to understand and appreciate the natural world around us, teaches us how to live sustainably, and raises awareness about environmental issues.
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Why is education important?

There are so many reasons why education is important, not only to individual learners but also to society and the world. For children, education provides them with the opportunity for stability during their childhood and encourages brain development. It promotes independence and assists with learning necessary life skills. Studies have even shown that the amount of education an individual has could contribute to their life span.

For society, education helps move us toward equality, ensures the safety of society and teaches individuals how to integrate and contribute to the community. Positive education also helps to improve the economy and encourage scientific, technological and ideological progress.

Education is particularly important in developing countries. It supports the growth of civil society, women's rights, and political stability by allowing people to learn about their rights and how to exercise them successfully.

Donating to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises within the education sector ensures that vital education and learning opportunities are provided for all people worldwide.

Why do education-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

Providing quality education to those who need it most costs money! Many education organizations offer learning materials and physical products to facilitate learning.

Other organizations work to provide mentors and counselling for children in schools who have suffered traumatic experiences to allow them to continue with their education.

Money is also needed to fund relationship-building opportunities with families and communities to educate them on the importance of education for their children.

Providing financial support to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises allows them to continue creating and facilitating life-changing learning opportunities.

How could my donation help education?

Your donation can provide funding for educational institutions, support scholarships and financial aid programs, and fund educational research. Donations can also be used to support educational programs and initiatives, such as early childhood education programs or literacy initiatives.

What are some ways donations are used to support education?

Some ways that donations are used to support education include providing funding for educational institutions, supporting scholarships and financial aid programs, and funding educational research. Donations can also be used to support educational programs and initiatives, such as early childhood education programs or literacy initiatives.

Which education organization should my business support?

This is totally up to you and your team! An excellent place to start is to think about your business's goals and how they might align with a particular service that one of our education charities, nonprofits or social enterprises provides. An example of this could be if you operate a counselling practice and want to donate to an education charity that gives trauma support for children in schools every time a new patient books an appointment with you. This natural alignment can be easily articulated to your team members and clients.

Alternatively, you may like to search our education causes and find one that you think your business could help get to their goal. Assisting a charity, nonprofit or social enterprise complete their goal for their cause could be a great way to celebrate these achievements with your team members and stakeholders.

You may also like to select something pertinent to your local area or something that needs urgent funds.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on education, aside from donations?

There are many ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on education, aside from donations. You can volunteer your time to help with their educational programs or events. You can also spread the word about their work to help increase awareness and generate more support. Additionally, you can advocate for policies or initiatives that will help those working in the education field to achieve their goals.

Education is important and should be accessible for everyone

Quality educational opportunities are sadly not equally available to everyone. Supporting an education-focused recipient through Giveabl will provide life-changing opportunities for many deserving learners.

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