Ms Wendy Court, a friend of WAAPA for over ten years, tells of her journey to leaving a bequest in her Will to WAAPA.
ECU nursing student Sevita Gibbs has been awarded the inaugural Ramsay Health Care WA Scholarship.
Thanks to the generosity of the late Bette Allison, ECU student Sydney Fricke, Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, has been awarded the inaugural Bette Allison Memorial Scholarship.
ECU’s Staff Giving Program has created a community of staff members whose philanthropic giving and generosity are imperative to ECU’s success.
2015 marked ECU’s second annual Celebration of Giving event, which recognises the generosity and commitment of our supporters. This was the University’s opportunity to acknowledge the impact they have our students learning experiences.
Skin Check WA and The ECU Melanoma Research Group, together with MIX 94.5 and MelanomaWA, hosted a charity event on 2 May 2015, to promote skin cancer awareness, in particular early detection of Melanoma.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is delighted to announce the 2015 recipients of the Dorothea Swift Nursing Scholarship, Jayden Gerrand and Shannon Walliss.
Name Your Seat is an ongoing fund-raising campaign that helps ensure WAAPA’s invaluable contribution to the Arts can continue.
The support of donors is not only helping our students to reach their full potential, it’s also helping our research be truly life-changing.
The Speech & Drama Teachers Association of WA is pleased to provide an annual award for the second year Acting student who achieves the top result in Poetry Speaking.
ECU students Kelli Schmitt, Daniel Edwards and Kirsty Eades have been awarded a 2014 Perth Airport Indigenous Scholarship thanks to the generosity of Perth Airport.
More than 24 years after donating the original grand piano to WAAPA, the McCusker family have given a Fazioli grand piano to a new generation of music students.
Thanks to the generosity of the Swift family, two regional students have been awarded $24,000 each to support their nursing studies.