Gifts and Donations 2018

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Meadow Heights Education Centre would like to express our gratitude to all funding bodies for their kind donations towards assisting disadvantaged members in our community.    

Your donation enables MHEC
  • to engage professional staff, mentors and facilitators to help break the welfare cycle through further education and open employment opportunities through education.
  • Provisions of equipment, tools and consumables to enhance studies and social skills
  • for disadvantaged members of the community it captures wellbeing by social interaction.
  • to cater for (CALD) Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds, migrants, newly arrivals, refugees
  • Homeless
  • Members of the community with disabilities 

Meadow Heights Education Centre is a Deductible Gift Recipient and any donations over (two) $2.00 is tax deductible. If you would like to donate please contact the office on (03) 9301 9200 we would love to hear from you.

  • Donations
  • 2018
  1. $15,000 from Australian Community Foundation together with  the Reid Malley Foundation $5,000, to enhance the after school Children's Homework Club. This will provide extra tutors to work alongside children who are falling behind in their studies due to poor language skills (children from CALD backgrounds), sickness or other daily interferences impeding on their ability to learn. MHEC will be working closely with CMY to achieve a common goal in recruiting more children into after school studies.
  2. $14100 from Readings Foundation: In 2017 Meadow Heights Education Centre applied to READINGS FOUNDATION for a grant to create a modern multicultural environment for MHEC's Occasional Care Centre.The Occasional Care attracts a variety of children from around the globe, many of whom have refugee or newly arrived parents and some requiring special needs.