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    Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples' Education Fund

    The Australian Disability & Indigenous Peoples' Education Fund (ADIPEF) has been established to assist people with disabilities from both indigenous and non-indigenous backgrounds. Small quarterly grants of up to $2,500 to assist people with disabilities to continue their learning will be awarded.

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    Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples’ Education Fund

    The Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples’ Education Fund is about helping indigenous and non-indigenous people with disability to undertake, and participate in, formal and informal education programs.

    For many people with disabilities from both indigenous and non-indigenous backgrounds, education can go a long way to developing skills, self-esteem and pride in their families, friends and community.

    To this end, small six monthly grants of up to $2,500 are available to assist people with disabilities to continue learning. Applications close: 31 March 2020.

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    Charlie Bell Scholarship

    Providing financial assistance towards vocational or tertiary studies for students who have experienced serious illness.  Who is eligible:  You must be 15–20 years of age.  Currently or previously undergone treatment for a serious
    illness at one of a number of hospitals throughout Australia. The award is decided on an annual basis and applications close 30 September each year.

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    Gregory and Dolores Farrell Scholarship

    Scholarships for students who use a wheelchair for mobility and who are undertaking either full time or part time tertiary education in NSW. The scholarships, up to the value of $5,000.00 each, are available for eligible students in Year 12 or students already undertaking an undergraduate course.

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    June Opie Fellowship

    The June Opie Fellowship is available to citizens and permanent residents of Australia, New Zealand and Canada who have a severe disability. Intended for those who plan to undertake postgraduate study with a view to entering the professions, particularly university teaching and research. One fellowship is granted annually for NZ$12 000. Applications close October.

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    Kenneth W Tribe Scholarship

    The Deaf Society of NSW awards this scholarship to people who are deaf or have a hearing impairment, for study that will lead to improved employment outcomes. The scholarships are awarded twice yearly and can be up to $5000. Closing dates are the 30th of June and the 31st of December. For more information on applying, please contact: Deaf Society of NSW, Phone toll free: 1800 893 855 Voice 1800 893 885 TTY or Email:

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    Louisa Alessandri Memorial Fund Scholarship

    The Scholarship is intended to assist a student with a physical, vision or hearing impairment to achieve his or her career aspirations. Funds may be used for a variety of purposes, including course fees, equipment, support, interpreters, transport, etc. Applications close 30 September 2020.

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    ParaQuad NSW Scholarship

    The ParaQuad NSW Scholarships are for students in NSW /ACT who have a spinal cord injury, and they provide assistance for education at an accredited institution. To be eligible for the ParaQuad NSW scholarships, applicants must: be an Australian citizen and a resident of NSW; • have a spinal cord injury; have a high level academic record; demonstrate motivation and perseverance to achieve goals. Closing date is around February annually.

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    Redkite Education and Career Support

    Redkite provides grants to help young people aged up to 24 achieve their work and study goals. The grants can be used for:

    • Tutoring or coaching
    • Courses
    • Classroom support
    • Materials and equipment such as books and laptops
    • Pursuing an interest area such as music, art or dance
    • Developmental therapy that isn’t available through your hospital

    These grants are available for up to two years after cancer treatment ends. 

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    Relocation Scholarship

    The Government provided Relocation Scholarship is an annual payment for eligible Youth Allowance and ABSTUDY Living Allowance customers who have to live away from the family home to study. You'll receive this scholarship at the beginning of the academic year to help with the costs of living away from home.

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