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Life Ed Thrive Children's Fund

Together we can give these
kids the chance they deserve
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Help us to ensure every child can thrive.

Since 1979, Life Ed has proudly reached millions of Australian kids, empowering them to make safer and healthier choices through education. Life Ed’s vision is that all Australians live to their full potential. However, as a not-for profit organisation; our impact is limited by funding.

Almost all of our delivery into the thousands of schools throughout the country is unfunded. This means schools in most cases rely on parents to pay for a visit from Life Ed. This means Life Ed doesn’t reach many remote and vulnerable communities. These are often the communities that need us most. These are often the communities in Australia where teaching children life-skills can help break the cycle when it comes to chronic disease; mental illness and substance abuse.

 

  • $25  – Just $25 can help deliver Life Ed to one child and ensure a happier and healthier future.
  • $75 – $75 can help deliver Life Ed to three children and ensure a happier and healthier future.
  • $150 – $150 can help with virtual delivery of Life Ed to a classroom (in selected states).
  • $500 – $500 can help deliver Life Ed face to face to a classroom.

 

Your generous donation directly funds our ability to help young Australians live to their full potential.

Like you, Life Ed believes that every child deserves to thrive. The Thrive Children’s Fund has been created to exclusively fund children and schools in remote rural and low socio-economic areas.
  • More than 1 in 6 (16.2%) children and adolescents aged 4-17 in rural areas have mental health problems. This is closer to 1 in 5 (19%) in outer regional areas. (Royal Far West, 2017)
  • Overweight and obesity rates are higher in children and young people living in outer regional and remote areas (27%) compared with those in cities (23%), and higher still for children in the lowest socioeconomic areas (28%). (AIHW, 2020)
  • Children growing up in rural and remote areas are more likely to experience trauma or adversity. This could include natural disasters, financial hardship, isolation, bullying, and domestic violence. (Trauma and Grief Network)
  • Children in rural and remote areas also have less access to health services and early childhood education. (Royal Far West, 2017)

 

 

“I believe that every child deserves a chance to thrive, and so the work we do helps lift all children from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter if they are in the city, the country or in remote areas, if they come from a traditional family or a single family, or if they have other challenges like developmental or learning challenges – we are there for every child, and that’s what gets me up in the morning.”

— Kellie Sloane; CEO Life Education Australia

FAQs
As a charity, Life Ed relies on donations to continue and extend our work. last year we empowered 700,000 Australian children with the skills and knowledge they need to make safe and healthy choices. We believe every child deserves this opportunity and with your support, we can make this happen.
Your donations will be used to support the delivery of the Life Education program.
Yes. If you want to make changes to your donation, contact us or call the Life Education Supporter Services Team directly on (07) 5572 0166.