GPs with Heart

Sacred Heart Mission’s GP Clinic has been revived thanks to a Community Grant from Gandel Foundation. Patients with complex health needs, who may otherwise not receive medical attention or treatment, can access the service at the Sacred Heart’s premises in St Kilda.

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Multicultural youth speakers ready to Shout Out

Shout Out is an innovative public speakers project that trains and nurtures young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to share their experiences and views with the broader community. With support from Gandel Foundation, the Centre for Multicultural Youth created Shout Out to give these young people a voice and help them foster greater cultural understanding.

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Deadly Sista Girlz in Healesville

With the support of Gandel Foundation, The Wirrpanda Foundation is taking the Deadly Sista Girlz program back to Worawa Aboriginal College in 2015.

The program aims to build proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls, providing a chance to be personally mentored throughout the program and helping them connect with fellow sistagirlz in a fun and caring environment.

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Supporting different ways to give – Polyglot case study

Gandel Foundation provides support to not for profit organisations that extends beyond just granting. One example was Polyglot Theatre’s appeal in support of their Voice Lab program, which received a matched-funding grant during the Giving Tuesday campaign in 2013, which is taking place again in December 2014. (Photo: S. Walker).

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Hands on Learning in Werribee

Gandel Foundation is supporting Hands on Learning through a three-year grant to enable the expansion of their program into north-western Melbourne. Trustee Laurence Joseph (second from left) and Deputy Chair Richard Rogers (first from right) visited the Werribee Secondary College, one of eight schools in the north-west taking part in the program that aims to support at-risk students to stay at school and realise their full potential.

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Tools and trades expertise sought for local schools

A partnership between the City of Whittlesea, Hands on Learning and a three year funding package led by Gandel Foundation and the Ian Potter Foundation has made it possible for the three local schools to introduce the innovative education program and support the different ways young people learn and engage at school.

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