Clayfield College’s Indigenous Learning Program Supporters walk the talk!
Our supporters provide financial assistance to individual students and the Program.
Sponsoring the Indigenous Learning Program provides on-the-ground assistance to students from mostly remote communities. As a direct consequence of donations made to the Program, students dramatically improve their educational standing, integrate with a diverse group of students from around Australia and overseas, learn valuable life lessons and begin their path to secure employment.
Black Supporters - $20,000 +
Yellow Supporters - $10,000 +
Returned and Services League (RSL) - RSL Brisbane North District Inc has an administrative role in supporting the work of the 19 Sub-Branches within the district. The Sub-Branches provide welfare assistance to the veterans and veterans families within their area as well as supporting some community activities where appropriate and applicable within the objects of the League. They also have a role in the socialisation of their members through outings, functions etc. The Sub-Branches also provide advocacy assistance to veterans as well as providing assistance to current serving members of the Australia Defence Force and to families in their local areas whilst ADF members are deployed.
The RSL also has a role in supporting the youth of Australia through the objects of its Youth Charter. The RSL Queensland undertakes this through the annual Youth Development Program, Yalari and providing funds to the RSL Districts within the State to support their local community programs/projects such as the Indigenous Learning program at Clayfield College.
Arthur Earle Foundation - The Arthur Earle Foundation through Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) support our indigenous students from Mornington Island with their personal and extra-curricular needs. The Foundation provides the indigenous students with laptops and software for their school use. Financial support is provided to the students for uniforms, stationery, music or sporting tuition as well for miscellaneous items.
Red Supporters - $5,000 +
The Clayfield College Chaplaincy Fund - Each year the Chaplaincy Fund at Clayfield College is used in part to assist the indigenous students with the purchase of uniforms and textbook requirements.
Gold Supporters - $3,000 +
Green Supporters - $1,000 +
Quota - In Quota International, members serve our local communities and our world. Founded in 1919 as the first international service organization for women, Quota today includes men and women in clubs throughout North America, South America, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Europe. Our motto, “We Share,” leads us to help and encourage others, while developing friendships and promoting international understanding. We are known especially for our service to disadvantaged women and children and to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and speech-impaired.
If you or your company would like to find out more about the sponsorship program please send an email to email@example.com requesting more information.