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Community Grants

St.George Foundation's Community Grants aim to support grassroots projects that brighten the lives of children experiencing disadvantage. Find out more about some of our Community Grant recipients.


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$50,000 Stewart House provides a range of caring experiences within a quality health, education and recreation environment in order to improve the self-esteem, social skills and general well-being of children in need.
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$50,000 BeCentre is a children’s mental health organisation supporting programs for vulnerable and traumatised children.
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$50,000 Foster Care Angels aims to provide life skills, education and support for the mental health and wellbeing of young people who are preparing to leave out of home care.
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$50,000 GO Foundation empowers Indigenous students through education.
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$50,000 Life Education partners with primary schools to deliver vital health and safety messages through programs covering health, cybersafety and issues around smoking, alcohol and drugs.

Inspire Grant

St.George Foundation’s Inspire grant is a large, multi-year grant of up to $600,000 over three years for the purpose of providing innovative interventions that will change the course of a child’s life. Find out more about our Inspire Grant recipients.

The 2018 Inspire Grant is funding the school re-engagement program. This innovative program gives young people the pride, courage and opportunities to change the course of their lives when they need it the most.

The 2019 Inspire Grant is funding PCYC's Fit to Learn program. This innovative program will help empower and equip vulnerable young people to re-engage with school or other educational pathways inspiring and motivating students to reconsider their behaviours and lifestyles, significantly improving their chances for a brighter future.