The School Project started in 2016 to support families with school children face leaving dangerous domestic violence situations. They often find themselves living in crisis accommodation - like motels or cars - without access to school items. This prevents children from going to school. We believe that education is a right not a privilege and life for them is already hard enough.

We purchase and distribute brand new school equipment, uniforms and essentials to those kids who need it most. So far, we’ve delivered more than 1,000 school backpacks and now we’re also handing out swimming bags, camp bags, sleeping bags, pyjamas, and torches.

It’s the small things that make a difference sometimes, that’s why we sponsored an indigenous girl to play football, purchased several kids bikes, bought bedding for newly housed children and supplied sporting equipment.

Contact us at any time via our Facebook page, or Email to hear more about how you can help these kids have a bright future.

If you would like to make a financial donation to the The School Project you can do so below using Credit Card or PayPal facilities through our secure payment gateway.

All donations greater than $2 are tax deductible.

Primary School packs costs - $25
High School packs costs - $50
School Swimming packs costs - $50
School Camp packs costs - $100
Bike Education costs - $100

  • Last week we were contacted by a Mum desperate for some help to get her boy ready for high school. With the fees, the uniforms, the book lists, she was going to be more than $1000 out of pocket. This just should not be happening. So close to Christmas, parents
  • Today we started our annual Christmas appeal to make sure children and families doing it tough can still enjoy Christmas this year. When we first started helping families at Christmas it was just a few gifts and vouchers to those experiencing homelessness. Now we collect and send gifts all over
  • Our beautiful followers, we have a very special and heartbroken little boy who needs our help. On August 1st Khaleed had to say goodby to his most beloved superhero, his little brother Jahleel. Jahleel was born with a rare brain disease called Aromatic 1 amino acid decarboxylase deficiency (AADC) and