We provide financial support to educate disadvantaged, bright students to become moral and intellectual leaders in their communities.  We also provide financial and other support to improve the education and well-being of disabled children.



At Keebra Park you will be part of a thriving learning community where you will be inspired to achieve success and perform to your potential. You will thrive and succeed.

Keebra is not like other schools. Did you know that some of the largest Gold Coast high schools enrol over 2000 students, which is close to 350 students per year level? Our smaller school community of just over 1000 students offers a personalised academic environment. This allows us to invest in all of our students to develop their interests, strengths and career aspirations.

At Keebra Park you are visible. You are not another face. With 97% of parents saying, “I would recommend this school to others”, we know our families and students get the personal attention they deserve to gain the best schooling experience. Together we thrive and succeed.


The mission of The School of St Jude is to educate disadvantaged, bright students from the Arusha District, Tanzania, to become moral and intellectual leaders in their country. St Jude’s provides a free, high-quality education to 1,800 students at a primary and secondary campus and has a program to also support its graduates through higher education. St Jude’s graduates, supported by the school, are also teaching over 10,000 government school students each year.

Poverty in Tanzania is endemic, 70% of people live on less that AU$2.5 a day. Over two thirds of Tanzania’s children are not in secondary school and cannot access skilled employment. The government school system is overstretched, under-resourced, and produces poor educational outcomes for Tanzanian society.

St Jude’s provides a free, high-quality education to children who — due to poverty and social pressures — would otherwise be unlikely to complete their schooling. Drawn from families who live below the poverty line, the pupils of St Jude’s are shining examples of what students can achieve when they are given the opportunity to receive a quality education. Education lifts people out of poverty and creates stable and growing economies.


Southport Special School is an Independent Public School (IPS). Like all state schools, we are an integral part of the state schooling system and operate in line with the same legislation and whole of government policy. As an IPS, we have greater autonomy and increased empowerment in decision making ultimately removing barriers to maximise student learning outcomes.

At Southport Special School, we value high levels of collaboration and shared

decision making with our families.  We aim to support every student to be their very best. We do this through the use of evidence based research to inform teaching and learning, rigorous use of student learning data to inform next steps for learning and a strong commitment to supporting the capability development of staff at all levels of their career.

Our vision is to provide an individualised curriculum, with quality programs that develop in our students the knowledge, skills, attitudes and readiness to engage as valued members of the broader community.

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The Life-Changing Power of the


At Manasprings our commitment is to provide a place where grassroots women leaders gather to refresh body, mind and spirit for re-energised service to their communities. Why? Because we believe that women are the most influential force for change in the world. Without these courageous and compassionate women, many vulnerable communities would be without food, shelter, care, education, health and livelihoods. 

Manasprings believes that women who work on the frontlines need time on the sidelines. Holistic women community leaders who work in inner city slums and remote rural areas need time for physical and psychological rest and for spiritual retreat. It is important for these women who serve the poor and marginalised to have the time, and to be in a place where they can be reminded that God's world has beauty, quiet and peace, not just ugliness, poverty and conflict. They also need a chance to learn from their lifetime experience of walking with the poor. They need time and the place to be able to sort out what has happened to them, and to make sense of it. They need to figure out what more they need to know, or be, and have the opportunity to learn or develop. (Bryant L. Myers)

We applaud the women within Kenya who simply find a way where others see no way, who give hope and purpose, and who uphold the dignity of all humanity.

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