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Cycle of DisadvantageMore than 1.1m Australian children and young people live in poverty without the right support and opportunities to fully participate in their education.
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Literacy ProgramsProviding resources and support to help disadvantagted children acheive the required reading standard.
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This year I want things to be different.
Jake鈥檚 mum, Annie really wanted everything to be different for Jake, but without support it was very very hard.
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There's still time to help disadvantaged children
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Sponsorship has helped Melissa achieve her dreams
"My proudest moment was when I got my acceptance letter into uni because it just made it seem all worth it." Melissa, sponsored student
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Steven the Tightrope Walk
Features the inspiring story of one of The Smith Family鈥檚 Learning for Life sponsored students, Steven.
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Jordan explores post-school opportunities
Our iTrack online mentoring program gave Jordan a clearer idea of what she wants to do after school and how to get there.
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This year I want things to be different.
Jake鈥檚 mum, Annie really wanted everything to be different for Jake, but without support it was very very hard.
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There's still time to help disadvantaged children
Please give generously to help disadvantaged children like Max who need your support.
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Sponsorship has helped Melissa achieve her dreams
"My proudest moment was when I got my acceptance letter into uni because it just made it seem all worth it." Melissa, sponsored student
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Steven the Tightrope Walk
Features the inspiring story of one of The Smith Family鈥檚 Learning for Life sponsored students, Steven.
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Jordan explores post-school opportunities
Our iTrack online mentoring program gave Jordan a clearer idea of what she wants to do after school and how to get there.
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Who we are
The Smith Family is a children's charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.
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Aaron used to feel sad and nervous at school. His older brother, Kyle, felt frustrated. It wasn鈥檛 because they didn鈥檛 like school. It鈥檚 because they were struggling to keep up.
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As a young boy, Jason knew he didn鈥檛 fit in at school. His mum worked long hours to raise four children on her own. She always put food on the table.
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When Taleah鈥檚 dad had a stroke five years ago, everything changed for the family. Up until then, Taleah鈥檚 mum, Michelle, had been working full time.
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A message from The Smith Family CEO, Lisa O'Brien
A message from The Smith Family CEO, Lisa O'Brien
We truly believe supporting a child rsquo;s education is the best way to help break the cycle of disadvantage. By giving disadvantaged children and young people the support and resources they need to achieve their full potential, our impact will have a lasting effect on those we help today, and for generations to come. One in seven Australian children and young people living in poverty1 need our support to make the most of their education. I urge you to explore our website to learn more about this important issue, our programs, and how you can make a difference.We are truly grateful to the many thousands of caring Australians who support the work we do for families in need. Without your generosity, our work in 94 communities across Australia simply wouldn't be possible.
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The Problem
Today, there are 1.1m Australian children and young people living in poverty.
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Disadvantaged students have significantly lower Year 12 completion rates.
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Disadvantaged students are on average 2-3 years behind in reading and maths by the time they are 15 years old.
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Our progress
Last year, 127,424 disadvantaged children and their families received support through Smith Family programs.
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Last year, we supported 33,195 Australian students through our Learning for Life sponsorships.
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Last year, 95% of children in our student2student reading program improved their reading age.
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17 Oct 2016
In anti-poverty week our CEO comments on how poverty affects the educational outcomes of the children we support and how our approach is helping these young people break the cycle of disadvantage.
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28 Sep 2016
In her latest opinion piece, our CEO Lisa O'Brien discusses the importance of increased investment in programs to help parents become more engaged in their child鈥檚 learning.
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31 Aug 2016
Our new research report presents our latest data showing highly disadvantaged students in Australia are achieving significantly improved educational outcomes through their participation in our Learning for Life program.
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1 ACOSS amp; SPRC (2016) Poverty in Australia, 2016, Australian Council of Social Services, Sydney.
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