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Centennial Parklands Foundation has proudly provided funding for the Centennial Parklands Education Team for the Education Access Pass Program (EAPP) since 2013.

In 2017 the Foundation committed to support the EAPP for a further three years.  We are actively looking for a benefactor for this remarkable program.

The EAPP provides free outdoor learning opportunities for up to 3000 students per year who would not normally get to participate in an excursion program.

The EAPP has led to the development of The Aspire Program which is a partnership program between Centennial Parklands and the University of New South Wales. Students from disadvantaged schools or from rural schools engage in a program which aims to give students a taste of the academic and professional science fields of which they may have had no exposure or understanding of.

The EAPP enables students to attend our school excursions or holiday programs, opening Centennial Parklands to the wider community and broadening participation demonstrating the Parklands commitment to social inclusion.



We are seeking a sponsor to fund the EAPP and we need your support. 

Contact us to find out about sponsorship opportunities on (02) 9339 6653 or donate online today.