Gandel House was officially opened by the Governor of Victoria, Linda Dessau AM in the presence of over 250 guests. Gandel House will extend the reach of Emmy Monash to offer levels of care and lifestyle options unmatched in Jewish residential aged care in Melbourne and will seamlessly link to current facilities.
The Melbourne Fringe Festival, Victoria’s most vibrant independent arts showcase, announces new support programs – Compass and Ralph Mclean Microgrants – as it invites artists from all disciplines to apply to be a part of Melbourne Fringe 2016.
The Jewish Holocaust Centre is the proud recipient of the ‘Education and Early Childhood Award’ in Victoria’s Multicultural Awards for Excellence 2015 for its outstanding achievements in promoting the cultural diversity of Victoria’s community.
Through Gandel Foundation, the Gandel family has committed A$1 million to the establishment of a transformational scholarship fund to support high-achieving students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study a degree of their choice at Monash University. The Gandel Scholars fund will award two scholarships each year – the John Gandel Scholarship to a male recipient and the Pauline Gandel Scholarship to a female recipient, with selection based on academic achievement, social, personal or financial need and leadership potential.
WINNERS OF RESEARCH AUSTRALIA AWARDS RECOGNISED FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO DISCOVERY, ADVOCACY, PHILANTHROPY AND ADVANCING HEALTHCARE
On 18 November 2015 the Research Australia Awards celebrated the accomplishments of 8 extraordinary Australians who have made invaluable contributions to Australian health and medical
NDS is excited to announce that the Ticket to Work program is expanding into a number of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) sites. The growth
The remarkable legal career of Alan Goldberg AO QC and his contribution within and beyond the Australian legal profession has been acknowledged in the establishment of the Alan Goldberg Scholarship at Melbourne Law School of the University of Melbourne.
Museum Victoria has announced a partnership with one of Australia’s largest private family foundations, Gandel Foundation, to develop its innovative new Children’s Gallery. This partnership represents the single largest gift from an individual in Museum Victoria’s history.
In early June the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) received a defibrillator for their premises, as part of Hatzolah’s ‘Start the Heart’ project, which was initiated and funded by Gandel Foundation.