Courage to Care acknowledges the generosity and commitment of its supporters, which have enabled the exhibition and program to reach more than 90,000 students across Victoria.
Their ongoing support – financial, moral and support in kind – enables us to continue our work and take our message of tolerance and empowerment throughout Victoria, and to South Australia and Tasmania.
Thank you. We couldn’t do it without you.
B’nai B’rith is a world-wide Jewish community service organisation, bringing together people of the Jewish faith from all walks of life, without regard for background, level of religious belief or practice, social or economic circumstances.
B’nai B’rith is involved in a wide range of activities in the areas of human rights and anti-discrimination, promoting inter-ethnic and inter-religious understanding, social justice, community welfare, youth and young adults, senior citizens’ housing, and education.
Courage to Care was conceived as a project of B’nai B’rith.
Specific Partnerships Program The DET was one of our original partners in developing a travelling Courage to Care educational exhibition program to take to rural Victoria. The DET continues to support us with a financial grant, and more importantly, provides us with significant moral support and effective feedback to ensure the program continues to develop and improve.
Gandel Philanthropy is one of Australia’s largest independent family philanthropic funds. It has been the vehicle for charitable giving by the extended Gandel family since its formation as the Gandel Charitable Trust in 1978.
Gandel Philanthropy is the Principal Partner behind the development of the new fully interactive multimedia Courage to Care Exhibition launched in 2016.
A dedicated, passionate team of experienced web, marketing and IT professionals that deals with all things web. Clickify worked with us to develop our website and continues to provide support and advice.
The Claims Conference continues to support the exhibition program by assisting us in the urgent work of recording the stories of our volunteer Holocaust survivor speakers.
Mrs Jeanne Pratt AC
Jeanne Pratt AC has supported Courage to Care most generously for the last several years by hosting us at her home, the magnificent Raheen, for an annual fundraising concert to benefit the Exhibition program.
We enjoy a very supportive and cooperative relationship with the Jewish Holocaust Centre, which generously donates the use of their premises for our volunteer facilitator training program. The JHC was one of our original partners in conceiving and developing the Courage to Care exhibition program
In 2013, Courage to Care was honoured to be a recipient of the Victorian Multicultural Commission Excellence in Education Award.
Courage to Care appreciates the ongoing support of the Multicultural Commission through the grants which enable exhibition program volunteers to travel throughout Victoria.
Philology is a specialist technology research consultancy that designs and develops compelling and visually stunning interactive digital solutions for mobile devices, and conducts market research in the Information Technology and Education market sectors.
The Telematics Course Development Fund has assisted Courage to Care in the development and use of new information and communication technologies for the online delivery of the educational program.