This year marks a significant milestone for the Hayden Reynolds Tiwi College Project, with the launch of the Tiwi College Work scholarship and Student Assistance Fundraising Program. This is in conjunction with KPMG’s Centurion Club.
Launched this year, the program will sponsor 81 students in the Tiwi community, including:
- Seven work scholarships
- The senior girls sports program
- The senior boys sports program
Spearheaded by KPMG’s David Howie and lead by COO Jason Ryan, the new programs are supported by college founders Matthew Hayden and Guy Reynolds. The Tiwi College Work Scholarships and Student Assistance Fundraising Program and Centurion Club both aim to support participants in a variety of ways, including:
- Developing the employability skills of recipients to ensure they can successfully enter the workforce and build sustainable careers once they graduate.
- Supporting students in their sport, education and art endeavours.
- Providing clothing equipment and covering all travel expenses in order to provide students unique life experiences and opportunities.
This year the program aims to support a variety of interstate trips for all age groups to the main land to develop the cultural and sporting skills of students.
If you’re interested in donating to this worthwhile program, please visit: https://www.givenow.com.au/kpmgblktiwigarden
Donors can either make a one-off donation or set up a regular giving donation. Tax deductible receipts are automatically issued to you via email (either monthly or at time of the one-off donation).
Donations raised will go towards changing the lives of future generations of the Tiwi Islands. All proceeds will go directly towards the program.
Please direct all enquiries to Dave Howie of KPMG and Centurion Club manager on 0448 913075 or email@example.com. Please let Dave know when you have pledged your support so he can send you quarterly updates about the program and upcoming events.
KPMG are proud supporters of the Tiwi College Work Scholarship and Student Assistance Fundraising Program and the Centurion Club, which is further evidence of their commitment to the Tiwi Island community.