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The Harcourts Foundation Grants Over $51,000
March 23, 2018
Fourteen Charities Across Australia Benefit in Quarterly Funding Round The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to 14 Australian charities during its most recent quarterly funding round. A total of $51,740 was donated across Australia to benefit charities serving the communities where Harcourts employees live and work. “Over the past […]
Over $139,000 in Quarterly Grants Awarded
February 20, 2018
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to nine Australian charities during its most recent quarterly funding round. A total of $139,041 was donated across Australia to benefit charities serving the communities where Harcourts employees live and work. “We are especially proud of this round of grants,” said Julia Eyles, […]
The Harcourts Foundation Grants Over $58,000
October 23, 2017
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to 15 Australian charities during its most recent quarterly funding round. A total of $58,170 was donated across Australia to benefit charities serving the communities where Harcourts employees live and work. “Giving back to the communities where we live is such an important […]
The Harcourts Foundation Grants $39,000 to Charity
August 19, 2012

Eight Australian-based charities have received funding grants totalling $39,411 as part of the latest round of funding grants from The Harcourts Foundation.

In Queensland, a grant of $3,051 was provided to the Caboolture Regional Domestic Violence Service, $4,560 was granted to Supporting Chemotherapy in Cooloola, and $15,000 was provided to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International.

A $5,000 grant was provided to the Nature Foundation South Australia and a further $1,000 was granted to Life Education South Australia.

Two charities in Tasmania also received funding grants including the University of Tasmania Foundation for $5,000 and the Edmund Rice Camps Tasmania for $4,000.

In Western Australia, the Breast Cancer Network Australia also received a funding grant of $1,800.

The money granted will provide these charitable organisations with the funds to carry out important research and development projects, purchase vital equipment for those in need, and run significant community projects and …