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Philanthropy in Australian education has a long history. The LLEAP project investigates the impact of philanthropy in education. It aims to build knowledge and improve outcomes for schools and philanthropic supporters. What makes philanthropic support successful? How do we ensure it is relevant and effective? And who benefits? Collectively, there is still much more to understand about its impact, and the potential to benefit from shared knowledge, experience and insight.The LLEAP project is being conducted by the Tender Bridge team at ACER in partnership with The Ian Potter Foundation and the Origin Foundation.
FROM YEAR 2 - A practical LLEAP resource.
FROM YEAR 1 - Practical LLEAP resources
LLEAP Dialogue Series: Cases companion document
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"The LLEAP project offers new research-based insight into the impact of philanthropy in education, which will be of immense value to the philanthropic sector and those that it aims to support."
– Dr Deborah Seifert, immediate past CEO, Philanthropy Australia
"The LLEAP project will enhance our knowledge and our ability to make informed decisions and has the potential to improve outcomes for all stakeholders from philanthropic investment in education. Giving West believes that giving needs to be strategic, structured and effective so we fully support the LLEAP initiative."
– Kevin MacDonald, CEO, Giving West
NEW 2013 LLEAP Guide
NEW the 2013 LLEAP Guide was launched on 23 April at a national event hosted by the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and supported by Schools Connect Australia. The event attracted more than 100 participants from schools, philanthropy, not-for-profit and government. The Keynote address was given by Professor Bill Lucas, who also facilitated a panel discussion. The event was very well-received by participants. Read the 2013 forum feedback
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