Education And Training

Melbourne Legacy has two education and training funds available for eligible beneficiaries.

Melbourne Legacy Education Training Upskilling Grant Form 2019

MELBOURNE LEGACYS EDUCATION, TRAINING and UPSKILLING GRANT

The Melbourne Legacy Education, Training and Upskilling Grant is designed to assist all eligible Legacy beneficiaries who are between the ages of 5 and 26 years. This includes youth, widow/er(s), care givers, guardians and supplementary funding to eligible veterans.

  • Legacy may be able provide funding up to $3000 per eligible student in a financial year.
  • Only one application is required per family, per financial year.

Examples of what can funded by the Education, Training & Upskilling Grant include:

  • Compulsory school fees

  • Textbooks, stationery and book list items

  • School uniforms and school shoes

  • School camps and excursions

  • Tutoring

  • Tools for apprentices

  • Professional development, training, upskilling with a focus on enhancing confidence and self-reliance.

This is not an exhaustive list, if you are seeking funding for an item that is not listed in the above examples, please contact your case manager to discuss further.

Westpac Application June 2019

LEGACY WESTPAC EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT FUND (LWF)

Westpac Bank have made a generous donation to Legacy Australia Incorporated as part of the News Corp Anzac Coin campaign for education, training and development purposes for Legacy beneficiaries.

The LWF grants are limited to $15,000 per application per calendar year or to a maximum of $45,000 over three years. Grants are limited to $50,000 for Clubs in any given calendar year.

Clubs are to complete their own due diligence before submitting an application, namely a review of the beneficiaries’ financial position.

The Legacy Westpac Fund (LWF) may be used for:

a) Vocational training and development for all Legacy beneficiaries e.g. Certificate IV in Business Administration, exchange programs and computer skills courses for dependants with a disability.

b) Tertiary and vocational study assistance for Legacy beneficiaries e.g. tertiary qualifications in education, nursing or midwifery, various TAFE courses and assistance with course related expenses (excluding payment of HECS-HELP fees or debts).

c) Youth development activities/projects/programs organised by Legacy Australia e.g. Pozieres Study Tour and Operation Legacy Australia Kokoda Challenge.

d) School costs to support Junior Legatees where the Legacy Club has insufficient funds to provide a minimum level of support e.g. school fees, literacy, numeracy and music tuition.

If you would like to submit an application, or to discuss the grant requirements further, please call us on (03) 8626 0500 or email [email protected]