What does it involve?
We believe in partnerships which provide benefits without creating unsustainable administrative or financial burdens. In other words, we focus on doing what we can with what we’ve got and that’s all we ask of our partners.
That means seeking and developing opportunities which fit in with our strategic directions as well as those of our partners.
These range from major and long term joint projects through to simply promoting our partners and their work on our website and through our extensive rural and regional network across Australia.
Our Current Community Partners
Isolated Children and Parents Association (ICPA) NSW
Working together for equity of access to education for all students who live in rural and remote Australia.
Black Dog Institute
Pioneers in the management and treatment of mood disorders – and increasing rural and regional access to information and resources.
Australian Scholarships Foundation
Building capacity and skills in the not for profit sector through education.
Get in touch with us if you’d like to become a CEF Community Partner.