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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 supporting children living with a serious illness or injury to continue their education and learning (i.e., current partner Ronald McDonald House Charities Learning Program);

b) Research-informed services designed to maximise a baby’s developmental outcomes (i.e., current partner Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Early Response Therapy program)

Education, Employment and Training Initiatives

For example:

a) Programs aimed at increasing educators’ knowledge, expertise and understanding (i.e., current partner KidsXpress Newcastle/Hunter Trauma-Informed Training and Education program)

b) Activities designed to enhance skills and optimise language and learning outcomes (i.e., current partner Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation program)