Ingham, QLD – The CoscaOne Foundation is proud to announce it has donated a total of $14,000 to support the education and well-being of students in the local community.
Ingham State High School and Gilroy Santa Maria College will each receive $5,000 from the foundation to help fund the Resilience Project. This project aims to provide students with the tools and resources they need to build resilience and navigate challenges both inside and outside of the classroom.
In addition, the foundation is donating an additional $2,000 to each school to support the schools’ Breakfast and Lunch program. This program provides disadvantaged students with healthy meals and ensures that no child goes hungry while they are learning.
“We are passionate about making a difference in the lives of young people,” said CoscaOne Foundation Director, Christopher Castles. “Investing in the education and well-being of our youth is an investment in our future and we are thrilled to support these initiatives.”
The CoscaOne Foundation is committed to making a positive impact in the communities it serves. The donation to Ingham State High School and Gilroy Santa Maria College is just the start in a series of initiatives aimed at improving the lives of people In Ingham, Innisfail, Springwood and Townsville.
For more information about the CoscaOne Foundation and its initiatives, please visit our website at www.cosca.com.au/our-foundation/