The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School provides Aboriginal youth with a meaningful program that is unique in its ability to engage students through to Year 12 and improve overall educational outcomes that lead to employment and further education.

As a registered school, Yiramalay receives state and federal government funding, however an additional $20,000 is required per student, per year to cover the costs of the educational program. With 60 students currently enrolled, we are seeking to raise $1.2 million each year to secure the delivery of this transformative experience.

As well as the costs associated with delivering the Studio School’s rich educational program, donations and gifts are used to cover residential and travel expenses, pastoral care, industry experiences, and health, nutrition and wellbeing services.

Bring about positive change through education to Aboriginal students and their communities by making a tax deductible donation today via the Wesley College website:

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Further information

For further information about supporting the Yiramalay Scholarship Fund, please contact the Yiramalay Foundation office:

Tel:  +61 3 8102 6696

"I have enjoyed my time at Yiramalay because it has made me more appreciative of my surroundings and my culture."

Geraldine Guyula - Past student

"As a mentor, I encourage the students to see that they have choices and opportunities at Yiramalay and in life."

Kaylene Marr - Senior Mentor and traditional owner

"Yiramalay made me step out of my comfort zone and try different things like travelling overseas to China. I now work full-time as a jackaroo for Leopold Downs."

Locky Williams - Past student

"The program has taught me to take every opportunity you get. I was a Prefect in 2016. When I graduate I hope to join the Navy or become a physiotherapist."

Teneille Francis - Past student now serving in the Royal Australian Navy
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