Strengthening Student and Community Outcomes
"Education is the key to reconciliation because it’s hard to achieve any measure of equity or self worth, any sense of belonging in the real economy, without education. And then there’s the aspect of education that promotes reconciliation among non-Indigenous Australians, the young and also the wider adult community, its decision makers and those who might contribute to the process in their work, their relationships and their local communities."
Jacqueline Gail "Jackie" Huggins AM, FAHA, former Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia.
The SJC Indigenous Education Partnership is widely recognised as one of the most admirable and important initiatives in the long history of the College.
SJC Foundation has focused on the building and management of a substantial financial base to allow a significant number of Indigenous boys to attend St Joseph's College each year on scholarships. The success of this initiative and the continuing generosity of donors have ensured that the Indigenous Partnership between families, students and the College is now a permanent part of the fabric of Joeys for future generations.
Show your support with a one-off or regular donation to the SJC Indigenous Scholarship Fund below. All donations to this fund are tax-deductible.