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The Foundation does not receive any government support, rather relying on private and corporate donations to fund our bursary and scholarship programs for eligible students. Our operational costs are offset by investment earnings and grants specifically provided to assist our operations.

Many families are struggling in rural NSW from...

  • Drought, floods, fire or extreme climate conditions 

  • Such challenges as Covid 19 is presenting 

  • Financial hardships due to loss of crops and expensive ongoing costs on the land 

  • Remoteness and isolation

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Help a Child 

Every donation will help send a child to School, who is suffering from isolation, drought, economic and natural disasters. 

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WHY HELP US?  

We have changed the lives of many students living remotely in regional NSW for over 55 years.  We provide support to our remote communities, who are suffering from drought, floods, fire, hardship and isolation. Your help will support young people get an education.

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YOUR DONATIONS

Your donation will help families in remote regions of NSW who are suffering from hardship due to drought, floods, fire and economic disaster especially now with the Covid 19 pandemic to get their young people to secondary school and university.

BCEF is a Registered Charity with tax deductible status as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).

Donations over $2 are tax deductible. 
 

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"All in all, 2020 is proving to be a year we won't be forgetting in a hurry, as the drought lingers and the COVID 19 crisis makes life harder for everyone."
 

- Parent of child of BCEF recipient 

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Your Help 

will help a child forever! 

Key findings from Unicef NSW Drougth Summit in NSW 2019. 
 

  • Young people are struggling under significant pressures and are not receiving the support they need to alleviate some of the worst effects of the drought.
     

  • Children feel they have had to grow up up prematurely. Many described the reality of having responsibilities beyond what is reasonable for their age.
     

  • Workloads for children on and off farms have increased substantially, leaving little time for schoolwork and almost no time for play, sport or other recreational activities.
     

  • The longer the drought progresses, the more diminished children and young people's coping reserves become.
     

  • While a number of measures exist to support relief for families, there are few child and youth specific interventions.

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WE WANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO ALL OUR DONORS WHO GENEROUSLY SUPPORT US IN HELPING GET YOUNG PEOPLE TO 

SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY