New materials, developed by the Centre for Community Child Health at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and supported by Gandel Foundation, will help health professionals and educators cope with common childhood problems such as sleep, language development, resilience, oral health, and movement and exercise.
On 25 February 2014, the Australian Chamber Orchestra will bring its stirring interpretations of some of the most memorable works in the string repertoire to the splendid Melbourne Hebrew Congregation in South Yarra.
Life Education Victoria is the largest non-government provider of drug and health education programs to children, families and communities in Australia. Life Education Victoria utilises 18 mobile learning centres, with 27 trained educators, to work with 155,000 children in 650 primary school across Australia.
The Song Room provides learning opportunities for disadvantaged children in up to 200 schools through free arts programs, that are proven through research, to lift their academic performance, attendance and well-being.
Jewish Aid Australia (JAA) is dedicated to pursuing social justice for disadvantaged communities in Australia and overseas. Through their education programs in the Jewish community, they enable participants to realise and practice core Jewish values.
The University of Melbourne will become home to the significant lifetime archive of one of the country’s leading thinkers, Germaine Greer. Comprised of items filling
Men with early (localised) stage prostate cancer will benefit from the newly launched Localised Prostate Cancer Pack, which aims to meet the needs of men
The ZFA is thrilled to announce a significant grant from Gandel Foundation for the Taglit-Birthright Israel program, which will go towards supporting three groups in