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Photo – Board and funders pictured at Tomorrow Today’s annual celebration. From left: Alberto Furlan, Senior Program Manager, The Ian Potter Foundation; Ken Bertalli, The Dick and Vera Educational Program; Jeremy Kirkwood, Trustee, The RE Ross Trust; Sally Gamble and Nick Taylor, Directors; Geoff Nicholson, Trustee, The RE Ross Trust; Bill Dobson, Liz Chapman and Adrian Aldous, Directors; Sylvia Admans, CEO, The RE Ross Trust; Louise Pearce, Director.

Change evident

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Tomorrow Today’s recent Annual Celebration, held at the Lakeside Community Centre, attracted a large gathering that included donors, community and school partners, interested community members, and volunteers. A number of funding partners from Melbourne also attended the evening: The Ian Potter Foundation was represented by Senior Program Manager, Dr Alberto…

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National recognition

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Tomorrow Today Foundation has been recognised as an inspiring example of the Community Foundation sector in Australia. The 2017 Community Foundation Awards were presented during the recent three day national conference.  Tomorrow Today was one of two recipients of the 2017 Award for ‘enabling and creating impact, positive change and…

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Melbourne Recital Centre Experience

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Local students have had a remarkable musical experience thanks to world-class music venue, the Melbourne Recital Centre. During Term Three, Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) has run an outreach program at Benalla P-12 College involving their Year 7 ‘Hands On Learning’ students and a group of Year 4’s The MRC program…

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Bald Archy Launch

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Tomorrow Today Foundation was the beneficiary of the recent charity launch of the Swanpool Bald Archy exhibition. Swanpool & District Memorial Hall had undergone its annual transformation into a beautiful rural gallery, perfect for exhibiting the irreverent portraits of well-known Australians. In opening the exhibition, Libby Price spoke about the…

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Hands On Learning Changing Futures

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A program that gives Benalla young people confidence and skills to continue their education has saved some of them from a possible lifetime of unemployment or welfare, according to one of the teachers involved. Peter Janas was a teacher in the Hands on Learning program at Benalla P-12 College for…

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Benalla Year 10 Careers Day

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Year 10 students from Benalla P-12 College, FCJ College and EdSpace had the opportunity to learn about more than 100 careers and career pathways at the recent Benalla Careers Day.  Ninety-two students participated in the day which involved interactive workshops, workplace visits, guest speakers, exhibitors and ‘speedy talks’ with 20…

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Visit to Canberra

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Member for Indi Cathy McGowan recently hosted Tomorrow Today Chair Sally Gamble, and Board member Liz Chapman OAM, during their visit to Canberra. Sally and Liz met with ministers and senators to discuss the work of Tomorrow Today and the Education Benalla Program. In a speech to parliament prior to…

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Kids As Catalysts

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Twelve fantastic community projects are now underway thanks to Year 6 students involved in ‘Kids As Catalysts’. The program, which empowers kids to lead creative community change, has been brought to Benalla through a partnership between Tomorrow Today and Benalla P-12 College. It is the brain child of Kid’s Thrive,…

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Appeal to help buy base for Tomorrow Today

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The Tomorrow Today Foundation has launched an appeal to raise $250,000 in local support to buy Cecily Court in Nunn Street where it is currently based. Tomorrow Today Chair, Sally Gamble said the opportunity to buy the property came thanks to the support of two philanthropic organisations and would be…

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