School of Creative Education Donating


The School of Creative Education creates programs for children who prefer a creative approach to their education.

Do you know any? Were you one yourself?

SoCE is a not-for-profit, for-purpose social enterprise, registered as a company limited by guarantee with ASIC, and registered as a charity with the ACNC, with

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Donations make all the difference to our capacity to deliver a creative school to our community. Creative education is best for about 25% of our society’s children but it’s a very expensive form of education to offer… especially when we are building from scratch.

Would you select a particular SoCE fund to give to?

They are:

  • land acquisition fund… to secure just the right parcel of land
  • scholarship fund… to educate children whose families cannot afford to pay school fees
  • building and facilities fund… to build our hand-made and high-tech facilities
  • materials and equipment fund… to purchase up-to-date, if not visionary, equipment

Donations of between $5 and $50,000 can be made here.

Thank you so much for donating! Your support makes the world of difference to many creative kids. love, Jane

Please support our school

I would like to make a donation in the amount of:

I would like to designate this donation to a specific fund
Rainbow:  $5
Brown:  $10
Red:  $20
Orange:  $50
Yellow:  $100
Green:  $200
Turquise:  $500
Blue:  $1,000
Indigo:  $5,000
Star:  $10,000
Galaxy:  $50,000

I would like this donation to automatically repeat each month

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Would you like to talk with us about your donation?

Feel free to call Jane directly on 0488772032


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