Whether you’re ready to book an Upstander Program in your school or workplace, want to join the team as a volunteer, or just want to learn more about us – we’d love to hear from you.
843a Glenhuntly Road,
Caulfield, Victoria, Australia 3162
Phone (03) 9533 0955
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We have delivered Upstander Programs to more than 150,000 students across Victoria.
Our 30/30 vision is to reach an additional 30,000 students by the end of our 30th anniversary year. Help us achieve this.
“You have taught me how to be a better man and that helping others and doing something is the greatest thing one good man can do. Respect.”
“I believe this excursion to be one of the best that I have experienced in nearly 30 years of teaching. It was a credit to all concerned and such a program must be continued.”
“As a child of Holocaust survivors I feel strongly that through educating children about the consequences of discrimination we will be able to create a better and more embracing community.”
“It really impacted me, got me thinking about how easy it is for bad things to happen when you don’t do anything.”
“The reward is the students’ reactions.”
“Thank you for making the effort to come to our school. This is the 3rd year that you have come to our school. Your message is perfect for the work we do with our students on bullying.”
“We get such great feedback from teachers… the follow on with regards to student discussion, behaviour and attitudes has been amazing.”
“It’s eye-opening and teaches us much more than history and the Holocaust. It inspires you to be an individual and stand up for your beliefs. It made me realise that I can make a difference.”
“This exhibition is exceptional. It is full of life-changing concepts and you are courageous to share it with us.”
“The talk by a survivor was listened to in silence, although there were over one hundred students present. Attendance is free, yet the ‘return’ in information gained and discussion generated is massive. I commend the Courage to Care volunteers and urge teachers to take advantage of this excellent program.”
“The program links the past with current day perfectly. The students clearly made connections with Upstanders in WWII to current students/Upstanders and saw that they have the ability to be an Upstander.”
“I found it so interesting and unbelievable to actually hear from a Holocaust survivor, I will always remember this.”
“I think the main messages that we took away from the program was that if I stand up, it will have a ripple effect, and everyone will stand up.”