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The Foundation's two key priority areas for funding are Families and Communities, and projects which may focus on -

Health and Wellbeing Initiatives

For example:

a) Practical Interventions aimed at strengthening family health, nutrition and lifestyle (current partner University of Newcastle’s Healthy Youngsters Healthy Dads program);

b) Research designed to provide insight and answers to some of society’s most pressing health problems (current partner Hunter Medical Research Institute’s Modafinil stroke recovery trial).

Education, Employment and Training Initiatives

For example:

a) Programs aimed at supporting young adults to remain engaged in mainstream educational opportunities (current partner Clontarf Foundation’s Academy program for Indigenous young males);

b) Activities designed to assist the disadvantaged and marginalised to gain skills and/or qualifications (current partner OzHarvest’s NEST program).