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Mission

The Jack Brockhoff Foundation exists to support the health and wellbeing of all Victorians. + more info

Children & Youth

We fund programs that will have a positive impact on improving outcomes for vulnerable children and young people in Victoria. + apply here

Medical

We fund talented early-career researchers, who are supported by host institutions. + apply here

Community

We fund innovative and sustainable programs that will have a lasting impact on communities throughout Victoria. + apply here

New Executive Officer Anita Hopkins to commence 26 May 2016

Important Dates for FY 2016

Children and Youth

Applications Open Applications Close
1 February 29 February

Medical

Applications Open Applications Close
15 June 31 July

Community

Applications Open Applications Close
1 July 31 July
  • The Nimble Fingers Project for fine motor skills development at the Verney Road School, Shepparton received funds from the Foundation in 2013
  • Members of the DoCare Geelong community enjoy social outings thanks to a new bus purchased by the Foundation in 2013
  • Young people enjoying a Hands On Learning intervention program designed to increase the young person's confidence, attendance and retention at school
  • Everyone was a medallist at the West Gippsland Music and Drama Parasteddfod 2013
  • Children from the high rise Atherton Gardens Estate enjoying after school activities with the Cubbies Program
  • Shepparton Villages is a unique community based organisation which is now a leader in aged care and one of Shepparton’s largest employers.
  • The Foundation supports at least two Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowships each year.
    Eleanore Fritze
    Nadine Brew
    Chairman Robert Symons
    Director John Royle

Centenary Grant

The Jack Brockhoff Child Health and Wellbeing Program was established at the University of Melbourne when the Foundation made a special grant in 2008 to mark the centenary of the birth of Sir Jack Brockhoff.
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