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Low interest loan to Tomorrow Today breaks new ground

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The William Buckland Foundation’s collaboration with Benalla’s Tomorrow Today Foundation is breaking new ground in philanthropy, according to its Chairman, Mr Sandy Clark. “As a perpetual charitable foundation, the low interest loan we have provided to Tomorrow Today, to help it purchase the Cecily Court property, reflects new trends in…

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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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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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Driven by social injustice

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By Libby Price. Liz Chapman is something of a person ahead of the times. As a young mother living in Goomalibee, she studied a Graduate Diploma in Community Development at the University of Western Sydney as a distance education student, specialising in rural development and rural change processes. She always…

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Tomorrow Today 2017 Grants Program

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Eleven fantastic local projects will be undertaken this year with funding support from Tomorrow Today Foundation’s 2017 Grants Program. Over $22,000 was awarded for a diverse range of initiatives at a well-attended ceremony on Friday 12 May. Representatives of the successful groups spoke about their projects and the difference they…

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PEEP at the Park

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Families attending Tomorrow Today’s PEEP (Parents Early Education Partnership) program recently enjoyed a visit to Benalla’s new playground at the Benalla Botanical Gardens.  It was a great chance for families to check out this fantastic new space designed for exploration and creative play. While definitely different to a traditional playground,…

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Molyullah Easter Sports give generous donation

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Tomorrow Today Foundation recently received a generous donation from the Molyullah Easter Sports committee. Held every Easter Monday since 1901, the Molyullah Easter Sports have activities for all ages; horse events, novelty events for kids and families – egg throwing, three-legged races, children’s races – market stalls and so much…

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FCJ College – Hands On Learning Program 2017

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Extract from FCJ College Benalla Newsletter – October 28th 2016 FCJ College conducts an exciting learning program in the school curriculum. Hands on Learning (HOL) has been operating within schools throughout Australia over many years. The program aims at providing an alternative learning framework for disengaged students who are finding…

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Beneficial programs in action

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Published in Benalla Ensign, Wednesday 16 November 2016 Local models of innovation in education in Indi, including the program offered to Year 9 students at Benalla P-12 College, could break down barriers to higher education faced by rural, regional and remote students. This was the message for the Education and Training Minister…

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Annual celebration – a time of reflection

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Tomorrow Today supporters, donors, volunteers, program participants, community partners and funders gathered at Benalla’s Lakeside Centre for our recent Annual Celebration. The audience heard many positive stories as Executive Officer Pat Claridge interviewed program participants and community partners about their experiences with Tomorrow Today.  Music provided by some of our ‘PEEP’…

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