Courage to Care welcomes gifts from trusts, foundations and private ancillary funds to help us continually deliver
and innovate our programs and extend our reach in the community.
We are grateful for the support of Trusts & Foundations, including:
We have a number of projects that we’d be delighted to discuss with you.
Please contact our CEO Mike Zervos at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have delivered Upstander Programs to more than 142,000 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.
“This exhibition is exceptional. It is full of life-changing concepts and you are courageous to share it with us.”
“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 sparked the realisation that we do have the responsibility to stand up and voice our concerns, to make a difference when we believe something unjust is occurring. Thank you for telling these important and inspirational stories. It was eye-opening for everybody.”
“The reward is the students’ reactions.”
“Relevant to so much in adolescents’ lives – bullying, acceptance, bigotry, etc. A wonderful program. Please come to our region again soon.”
“Thank you so much for telling your story. You’ve made me realise that there is a light at the end of the tunnel as I have been going through a hard time.”
“We get such great feedback from teachers… the follow on with regards to student discussion, behaviour and attitudes has been amazing.”
“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.”
“It really impacted me, got me thinking about how easy it is for bad things to happen when you don’t do anything.”
“I have been volunteering with Courage to Care for 15 years and the longer I do so the more rewarding I find making young people aware of the consequences of being a bystander and the importance being an Upstander to help build a more just and cohesive community.”