Breaking the poverty cycle with education By providing free books to kids from disadvantaged backgrounds
Breaking the cycle of poverty
An estimated 2.9 million Australians Live On or below the poverty line. Encouraging education for our kids will help to close the gap in the future
Equipping children for gainful employment
44% of Australian Adults currently Don't have The literacy skills necessary to effectively maintain gainful employment
Opening doors for higher education
Children who read just 15 minutes per day have a higher chance of continuing on to higher education later in life.
Encouraging reading from a young age
Reading from an early age has been linked to higher success in career progression, higher confidence and a higher level of ambitious goal setting.
As it stands in 2020, 1.2 million children are considered to be living in poverty in Australia
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Have a look at our flagship program...
The Sweet Pins Foundations read to achieve program, provides the gift of new and quality books of choice to children who may otherwise not be able to access them, thereby helping to reduce educational inequality.