State Trustees Australia Foundation grants $200K for ageing, disability and mental health support

State Trustees Australia Foundation has awarded over $200,000 to 22 organisations for projects that aid individuals disadvantaged by ageing, disability and/or mental health as part of its annual Grassroots Grants program.  The Grants program aims to help people live independently and build and maintain physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing and resilience, as well as reduce […]

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First projects awarded under new Elder Abuse Prevention and Response grants program

State Trustees Australia Foundation have awarded a total of $167,171 for three projects as part of their Elder Abuse Prevention and Response grants program.  This unique program is an extension of the Foundation’s philanthropic commitment to the area of Ageing Well. State Trustees Australia Foundation was established in 1994 as a public charitable trust administered […]

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$60,000 for dementia care research projects

State Trustees Australia Foundation recently funded two dementia care research projects to help people with dementia and their carers retain their independence and cope with depression and anxiety. This first project will explore ways to reduce unnecessary hospital admissions for people with dementia. Although hospitalisation is often necessary, admissions related to issues such as carer […]

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Collaborative panel marks first anniversary with philanthropic forum

Innovative collaborate panel announces four future shaping programs ready for philanthropic investment. The Ageing, Disability and Mental Health Collaborative Panel celebrated its first anniversary with a forum in Melbourne today (Monday 25 May) announcing four major Future Shaping projects ready for philanthropic investment and releasing the panel’s first industry fact sheet, Understanding the Changing Environment. […]

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