Current Key Donors
Fairbridge Western Australia Inc acknowledges the generous support and donations with the following organisations, as we work together in assisting young people to reach their full potential.
Alcoa of Australia
Fairbridge was committed to creating relevant pathways for students both from the College and its Vocational Education & Training and were delighted to confirm ongoing funding earlier this year from Alcoa to provide traineeships to the local community for up to 12 students over the next three years.
The funding in the first year will see the completion of two apprenticeships in Carpentry and Joinery as well as funding for a school based trainee from the College in hospitality.
As highlighted at the Peel Jobs Forum in May 2017 connecting training Providers, employers and businesses is key to successful outcomes for youth, many already facing significant challenges and Fairbridge is appropriately placed to be able to offer relevant training in a live, working environment to participants.
The Fairbridge Bindjareb project is delighted to confirm funding from Dept of Prime Minster & Cabinet to provide relevant industry training in Surface Extraction to aboriginal young men, incarcerated to change their lives and those of family members.
Established July 2016 – is the first CARE school model in the region, targeting youth at risk of low education and poor attendance. The College would like to acknowledge the generous donations received from the following:
Peel Development Commission – through the Royalties for Regions Scheme
A Grant of $70,100 was confirmed and used to purchase capital equipment including furniture and IT equipment, student supplies and uniforms, training expenses and excursions.