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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My Place program by Arts Access Victoria

My Place is a new program developed by Arts Access Victoria, the state’s leading arts and disability organisation. Supported by Gandel Foundation, My Place program is delivered in Nebula, a unique mobile arts space which is a workshop, a gallery, a performance venue and a meeting place – all in one!

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The Young Men’s Program by Evolve

Evolve is an organisation that provides a range of programs to disadvantaged or vulnerable young people, specialising in outdoor adventure and narrative therapy.
Evolve delivers programs such as the Young Men’s and Young Women’s programs, which are early intervention programs supporting young men and women at risk to evolve into strong, caring and purposeful individuals.

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“Action Adventure” program by Epilepsy Action Australia

Epilepsy Action Australia ran the “Action Adventure” program for young Victorians with epilepsy in late 2013 at Portsea. “Action Adventure” was a three-day residential program that consisted of challenging outdoor activities based on the cutting-edge “Adventure Therapy”, a “Ted-E-Bear Connection” segment and specialist epilepsy education.

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Life Education New Mobile Learning Centre

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.

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