Grants are now open to support the studies of young people (aged 15-25) living in bushfire affected areas. Grants up to $3000 are available. These will support the educational development and workplace aspirations of these young people.
It’s a $2 million contribution from the National Bushfire Appeal, matched with a further $2 million from The Salvation Army.
Eligible recipients who meet the grant criteria can use the grants to cover:
- Out of pocket expenses for:
- Government courses;
- TAFE programs;
- Transition courses; or
- Other identified educational programs.
- Purchase of study-related or employment-related materials such as laptops, books or tools;
- Transport costs to and from employment;
- The purchase of safety equipment for courses; or
- Personal needs for improving employment interview presentation.
For more information:
Please visit the Bushfire recovery grants page.
To apply or if you have more questions:
In partnership with The Salvation Army, the Youth Education and Workplace Pathways Grants program is just another way your donations are reaching those in need.