The Edmund Rice Foundation (Australia) is an international aid organisation that supports projects for sustainable health, education and community in developing countries, and marginalised and disadvantaged groups in Australia.
In Australia, the Foundation supports programs for socially and financially disadvantaged children, youth and families, including programs for indigenous Australians, refugees and asylum seekers.
In providing effective aid, the Foundation works in partnership with groups and schools across Australia. Overseas, the Foundation supports projects for education, health, vocational training and community development in Africa, East Timor, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines.
Edmund Rice Foundation (Australia) is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct, which is a voluntary, self-regulatory sector code of good practice. As a signatory they conduct their work with transparency, accountability and integrity.
The Edmund Rice Foundation supports projects that:
St Paul's College's annual fees include a $60 donation to the Edmund Rice Foundation (Australia). St Paul's College students raise funds for Edmund Rice Foundation Australia through their College Houses (Dally, Gleeson, O'Loughlin and Marlow).
The Foundation is active in the planning, monitoring and evaluation of the projects it supports. LEARN MORE