The Foundation of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies Grants

The Association of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies (AGECS) has always had a philanthropic focus. In earlier times it established holiday homes for children from inner city suburbs at Forest Hill and Ringwood. When times changed and government took over providing these kinds of services, the large tracts of land, on which these holiday homes stood, were sold. With the proceeds the Association established a philanthropic trust that distributes funds to projects associated with early childhood education and care.To Apply: c20Grants are available through our charitable trust. The Foundation of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies distributes funds for different kinds of projects:

The Association of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies (AGECS) entrusts the management of The Foundation to a Board of Trustees working under a charter to guide their deliberations. The Foundation distributes money through the Forest Hill Fund and the Warrawong Fund. The Charitable Trust has a separate website. For details of past and upcoming grants, see links below.

Warrawong Professional Learning Grants – Applications closing date – 6th April 2020. The Warrawong fund was established to support not-for-profit early childhood services and organisations to enable the professional development of people working in the field of early childhood care and education, in this way assisting in the development of up-to-date knowledge about child development and education.

For more information and to apply go to the Foundation website http://www.foresthillecf.org.au/Main.asp?_=Grants


Forest Hill Grants – Applications closing date – 16th April 2020. 
The Forest Hill Grants supports projects aimed at young children in difficult circumstances and to support the development of up-to-date knowledge about child development. There is an emphasis on projects for the well-being, education and care of young children (from birth to eight years). The majority of funds will be distributed to benefit young children resident in Victoria. This includes contributing to the education, care and welfare of young children and creating and developing a body of informed and up to date knowledge and opinion on early childhood development.

For more information and to apply go to the Foundation website http://www.foresthillecf.org.au/Main.asp?_=Grants

 

 

Successful Grants

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Grants Awarded 2017

Warrawong Professional Learning and Forest Hill – Recipients 2017

Grants Awarded 2016

Warrawong Professional Learning – Recipients 2016

Grants Awarded 2015

Warrawong Professional Learning – 2015 Warrawong PD Grant Recipient Responses

Grants Awarded 2013

Warrawong Professional Learning – Examples of Warrawong Funding 2013

Grants Awarded 2012
Grants Awarded 2010

Forest Hill Fund – Grants awarded 2010
Warrawong Professional Learning – Grants awarded 2010

Grants Awarded 2009

Forest Hill Fund – Grants awarded 2009
Warrawong Professional Learning – Grants awarded 2009