We are grateful for the support of Learning Links’ club partners across NSW who provide generous funding to empower children, families and schools in their local communities.
Funds received through ClubGRANTS and Charity Housie enable us to offer free programs – including psychology, speech therapy, specialist education support, teaching professional learning and parenting programs – in schools and communities to help children overcome learning and mental health challenges and reach their full potential.
Learning Links would like to say a huge congratulations to Kathryn Tanner from Tradies Gymea Clubs NSW for being awarded Southern Sydney's Club Volunteer of the Year.
Canterbury League Club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club, Campsie RSL and The Lantern Club unite to give support to over 200 students.
Club Central is generously investing $30,000 to help close the education gap for disadvantaged children in the Georges River region.
On Friday 25 October, Learning Links Peakhurst proudly received a visit from Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC, Governor of New South Wales, to showcase the work being done to support children with learning difficulties in the St George region.
Charity Housie in clubs is vital in supporting Learning Links as an organisation and to help provide much needed programs and services to children and families across NSW.
“Learning Links continue to be our charity of choice and Housie representatives for all our weekly sessions. Wenty Leagues is proud to help Learning Links upskill teachers in the area of learning difficulties and provide education support and targeted interventions for children struggling to learn.”