The human history of Australia is more than 65,000 years old. It’s a history that all Australians should recognize, be proud of, and know. Our mission is to help young Australians connect with that heritage – a heritage that is largely Indigenous.
The Grow Hope Foundation provides Indigenous educational programs and learning experiences that help young Australians learn about, understand, and connect with, our 65,000 year old human history. We provide schools with Indigenous Leaders who help guide and mentor both students and staff in Indigenous learning. We conduct school incursion programs offering students and staff an opportunity to experience and participate in aspects of Indigenous culture. We also offer opportunities to visit with Indigenous communities to experience and participate in Indigenous culture on country.
"Growing Together" program
The Grow Hope Foundation in partnership with TAG (Traditional Aboriginal Games) conducts school incursion programs offering students and staff an opportunity to experience and participate in aspects of Indigenous culture. An incursion can cost as little as $500. By donating $500 and nominating a school, you are giving the students at that school an opportunity to learn about our 65,000 year history and our Indigenous people an opportunity to share their culture and wisdom.
"Growing together" Programs
Indigenous Life Skills Program
The Indigenous Life Skills program is run in partnership with our partner community Gunbalanya in Arnhem Land. This program delivers life skills in a residential setting, where young people are completing their studies, working and developing life skills.Learn More
Indigenous Incursion Program
The Grow Hope Indigenous Incursion program in partnership with TAG exposes students to aspects of Indigenous culture and history that they would otherwise not have access to. This program sends Indigenous educators and cultural performance groups to select schools were they enrich and teach students Indigenous history and culture.Learn More
Indigenous Immersion Program
The Indigenous Immersion program allows students to visit Gunbalanya in Arnhem Land and immerse themselves in the Indigenous local culture and community. The immersion aims to make people better understand the indigenous way of life and connection to the land.Learn More