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Educating Indigenous Children

2014

ANNUAL REPORT

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Tyus Arndt • Kahlisha Austral • Mendella Bedford • Kayla Brown • Shaquille Close-Knight • Zac CollinsWidders • Danika Green • Brandon Harradine • Lyall Houghton • Ashley Hudson • Jamaine Johnson • Taneale Lawton • Liam Longbottom • Julia Malamoo • Bradley McAdam • Curtley Oakley • Indy Peters • Beau Petterson • Rhianna Pitt • K'Tahni Pridham • Tarla Rapson • Kaleishia Ross • Jackson Shearer • Kyle Smith • Ezekiel Stanley • Logan Taylor • Kowirra Thorpe • Jedd Vocale • Tiah Vocale • Tyesha Armstrong • Jessicah Briggs • Sheldyn Briggs • Lena-Jade Cochrane • Kiara Davies • Frances Dutton • Alyssa McGrady • Tileah McGrady • Mahlia Peachey • Alana Sharpley • Lauretta Swan • Thomas Worrigal • Keely-Che Cain • ToriLee Cain • Shyanne Hines • Marnie Jones • Zarleigh Jones • Lyric Hearn • Mia Hodges • Sarah-Cait Kirkland • Larissa Woosup • Angelina Tatt • Isabella O’Hara • John Baxter • Obby Bedford • Summah Bedford-McGinty • Tarrena Buckle • Klaudia Farnham • Lakeycha Farnham • Jodene Garstone • Tex Garstone • Eli-Blake Gillon • Declan Harry • Tanaya Hood • Jayde Marshall • Zanna-Lee Palmer • Marcus Patterson • Emma Rogers • Koby Sellings • Casey Taylor • Louise Taylor • Caleb Weston • Michelle Berrigan • Zainel Bin-Busu • Zamahl Bin-Busu • Jaimee Ladyman • Tramaine Laterre • Alkira Miller • Abby Richards • Rekisha Satour • Kayla Baker • Taleyah Hippi • Monique Laurie • Shanelle Smith • Lara Briggs • Kaleesha Cain • Makayla Clark • Lorrae-June Kennedy • Tathra Lowe • Ardu Cubillo • Taylah Cubillo • Tayla Mamarika • Amelia Mitchell • Rachel Ponter • Brooke Allen • Brooke Fuller • Syrana Glenn • Jamika Kelly-Wirth • Khiaecia Milgate • Molly Trindall • James Brockman • Yukio Chaplin • Reece Eades • Eric Gibson • Rueben Mongoo • Grace Haslett • Naralea MacMillan • Reggie Madden • Shahleena Martin • Angel Miller • Jacob Nichaloff • Tenika Roe • Jeri Summers • Dakota Walker • Darren Allen • Orson King • Nelson Foster • Nathan Sagigi • Ryan See Kee • Alesha Harrison • Lenka Rivers • Jada Davui • Hayley Edwards • Kaite McAdam • Kelsey Sexton • Grace Stanley • Finlay Yeeda • Ezekiel Billy • Ryan Brown • Jeb Collins-Widders • Ali Crawshaw-Tomlins • Aubrey Faull • Romone Lewin • Jaxon Petterson • Trey Petterson • Shuaib Rhodes-Swain • Toby Saunders • Kia Arndt • Brianna Cameron • Rachyl Cameron • Jadalyn De Busch • Jazleen De Busch • Kealey Griffiths • Racy Lawton • Johanna Loban • Monique Mallyer • Jondayah Martin • Raelene Pearson • Rhiannon Revell-Blair • Jade Snell • Tye Bedford • Quilon Councillor • Calvin Hunter • Alan Mummery • Ryan O'Callaghan • Adan Taat • Kobi Hall • Jayden Harradine • Samuel Jackson-Bolton • Wayne Mumbulla • Jayden Ranby • Tearnee Lewington • Kelsie Mahon • Kara Munyarryun • Chelsea Oliver • Chelsea Ryan • Raylene Smith • Chelsea Yam • Joline Bouwer • Giorgia Bayles • Aidan Bestwick • Jackson Hanbidge • Jayden Oakley • Keriba Bligh • Ratu Davui • Jabreeni Fogarty • Juren McPherson • Buddy Stanley • Geoffrey Swan • Jordan Swan • Chris Whap • Abbey Braithwaite • Yarryn Lewington • Kane Brunjes • Isaac Burgoyne • Jacob Burgoyne • Bryce O’Neil-Baker • Shanice Tabua • Matthew Allwood • Tom LeBrocq • Sadiar Foster • Thomas Holland • Kurt Hector-Jones • Zillah Larry • Shonel Bond • Nicholas Ruttley • Jake Houghton • Samara Whaleboat • Haryne Uta • Robert Reckenberg • Jordan Ellis • Anzack Newman • Ebonie Sadler-Small • Branden Ramsamy • Lincoln Childs • Christine Kawane • Amber Phineasa • Jarrad Penfold • Frank Mara • Shannan Bishop • Stacey Conrad • Rory Vocale • Jamie Sampson • Elijah Weston • Kyol Blakeney • Jack Watson • Emma Pope • William Turk • Jake Sampson • Nadia Martich • Allira Searle • Mitchell Whiteley • Dean Blunden • Peter Ah Sam • Shaun Edwards • Mikayla Roe • Juanita Whaleboat • Shannon Ponter • Arielle Vocale • Dominic Craig • Emily Turk • Mitchell McGovern • Colin Hammond • Jodi Lamb • Eric Law • Tyson Holloway-Clarke • Kashaunica Stanley • Will Munro • Brody Lelievre • Trae Allen • Tyneal Johnson • Mickayla Allen • Townson Uta • Ian Brown • Raier Blakeney • Emma Mumbulla • Brandon Bonney • Jaidon Schafer • Tegan Whitfield • Hannah Ranby • Todd Ellis • Arnold Murray • Michael Noah • Salasei McCarthy • Cori Summers • Marley Holloway-Clarke • Robert Palm • George McCormick • Tristan Yamashita • Shauna Sandow • Rickelle Peris • Elizabeth Mahon • Alex Barker • Lincoln Whiteley • Denzel Tighe • Brandon Skeen • Madeleine Conrad • Samuel Weston •


CONTENTS

Our Story Founding Director Our Patron Our Social Impact Our Students Our Schools Programs - Scholarships Programs - Student Development Programs - Pathways & Alumni Sponsors, Donors & Partners Volunteers Our People - Board Our People - Staff A Special Message Financials Looking Ahead

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Cover Photo: (Left) Ratu Davui - The Southport School (Right) Tye Bedford - St Peter’s College, Adelaide Inside Covers: Names of all 2014 Yalari Scholars & Alumni

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OUR STORY We believe education is the key to generational change and a brighter future.

Mission

To educate and empower Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities to bring about generational change.

Core Values Vision

To provide trusted, quality educational opportunities for Indigenous children to achieve positive outcomes for themselves and their families and make a valuable contribution as Australians.

Respect, Resilience, Compassion, Openness.

Value Proposition

It takes a whole community to educate a child.

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ABOUT US

our story

We believe education is the key to generational change and a brighter future...

Educating Indigenous Children Yalari is a not-for-profit organisation that offers quality, secondary education scholarships at leading Australian boarding schools for Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities. We believe education is the key to generational change and a brighter future, and we are deeply committed to the ongoing success of our national program of scholarships and post-school opportunities. Since 2005, Yalari has been providing Indigenous children with full scholarships for their entire secondary school education. Strong and productive partnerships with 29 of Australia’s leading boarding schools are a cornerstone of our success. We aim to nurture the ‘whole’ child – giving everyone a chance to shine and lead in their own way by recognising their personal potential, not only those who are academically gifted or good at sport. To uphold our commitments to our scholars, we have a dedicated and passionate team of professionals throughout Australia, supporting our students, their families and our partner schools on a daily basis. We also have considerable expertise represented in our board members, our small management and administration team, and many dedicated volunteers who contribute their experience in a range of professions and disciplines.

Our students have many chances for life-changing experiences, through their education and boarding school experiences, travel and camps during school holidays, and involvement in Yalari fundraising activities. Through these experiences, their confidence and abilities bloom. Yalari students participate actively in all facets of school life; they share their talent, culture and stories enriching the experiences of their fellow students and the wider school community. Through education and empowerment, their ongoing connection to their families and communities, and their enduring connections to their schools, they will make a difference and help to bring about generational change. Positive future change begins with the actions we take today with our children, and the Yalari team is determined to see this change happen for our students. With the support of donors, sponsors and volunteers, Yalari brings together Indigenous students, their families and schools to provide a quality education at leading Australian boarding schools; and then further supports our students as they transition from a school environment to higher education, vocational training and employment.

Yalari, from the Birra Gubba Indigenous language group, means “child”. Founding Director Waverley Stanley was given permission to use the name by the late Grandfather “Blokey” Wilson, an elder from Waverley’s mother’s family in North Queensland. Yalari Annual Report - 2014

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FOUNDING DIRECTOR “This wonderful experience has been the catalyst for the success, passion and direction in my life. All Yalari’s efforts are aimed at offering a similar chance for Indigenous children - and we believe they can achieve anything if given a go at a great education.”

Waverley Stanley & 2014 graduate Mendella Bedford

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director A Year of Achievements 2014 was set to be a busy year for all of us at Yalari and it certainly was! Llew and I travelled to South Africa and Tanzania in March for three weeks as I undertook my Churchill Fellowship. We visited The School of St Jude in Arusha Tanzania, Prestige College near Pretoria, Life College in Johannesburg and many townships in both Johannesburg and Capetown, South Africa. This was a defining moment for me personally as I fulfilled a lifetime dream of visiting Robben Island where my hero “Madiba” Nelson Mandela was imprisoned and the “Long Walk to Freedom’ manuscript was started in secrecy. Like many visitors to Robben Island it was moving, and a thought provoking experience for your spirit. Our success at Yalari has always been in genuine partnership with our students, their families, our boarding schools, sponsors, donors, volunteers and supporters all believing in the ideal to continue the empowerment process for our children through education. The growth of our student numbers at boarding schools and the number of our graduates meant we have further resourced ourselves with staff who are committed to our purpose and goals. It was therefore necessary to find a new home for our Yalari head office. In September we moved across the main highway to Helensvale (but still close enough to keep our telephone numbers and post office box!) After a couple of years of being very unsettled and moving around after the office fire, I can say we are finally settled and feeling comfortable in our new office. If you ever find yourself in Helensvale on the Gold Coast, the jug is always on for a cuppa. We welcomed Yalari Chairman; Mrs Mary Boydell who took over the chairmanship from Mr Mac Drysdale in March and we said goodbye to Mr Tim Oughton, who has been a Director on the board since 2007. Tim will be undertaking the position of Executive Principal at Kristin School Albany in Auckland, New Zealand. Thank you to Tim and his wife Heather for their unwavering support of our children at Scotch College Adelaide and for Yalari as a whole. Our children have been given the opportunity of a lifetime to attend some of the best boarding schools throughout Australia. I have often said that our students will not only get an education within the four walls of a classroom but also from the many and varied activities they experience. Sport, travel within Australia and overseas,

and volunteering for community organisations through their community service commitments are just some of the opportunities that will add value to their lives and expose them to a world full of opportunities. Our children are an inspiration to me and I’d like to share with you some of their achievements in 2014: •

Kayla Brown, first Indigenous School Captain at Calrossy in Tamworth;

Samuel Jackson Bolton from The Armidale School spent ten weeks in Quebec as part of the Round Square School International Baccalaureate;

Larissa Woosup and Lyric Hearn from Canberra Girls Grammar School selected as members of the National Indigenous Youth Parliament;

Rhiannon Revell-Blair from St Margaret’s in Brisbane was selected in the Australian Under 14 Rugby League team to tour the United Kingdom;

Tileah McGrady from Abbotsleigh in Sydney was selected in the Combined High Schools of NSW Under 18 touch football team;

Kyol Blakeney a Yalari Alumni who attended The Scots College in Sydney, elected as the President of the Students Union at Sydney University;

Five Yalari Alumni students, Shauna Sandow, Allira Searle, Tyson Holloway-Clark, Brandon Skeen and Brody Lelievre and our Pathways Manager, Matt Plant travelled to Antarctica over Christmas and the New Year.

This is just a snapshot of the some of the achievements of our current students and our Alumni, but all of our Yalari children are making a significant positive impact in their boarding schools and welcome the opportunity to continue their own individual journey towards the achievement of their dreams and goals. I am indebted to everyone who has believed in what we are doing in bringing about positive changes for Indigenous children through Yalari. We are all making a difference and a positive impact that will change lives for the better for generations to come.

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OUR PATRON

patron

We would like to thank our long standing Patron Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO for her continued support of Yalari during 2014.

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impact

OUR SOCIAL IMPACT

Over the years, Yalari has steadily progressed and we are now seeing the real impact and differences being made. 197 192

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Number of students on scholarships by year 63

41 17 3 2006

CHOICE & OPPORTUNITY

45% AT UN IVERSITY ONE-ON-ONE SUPPORT

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186 SCHOLARS OUR FOOTPRINT

FIVE STATES TWO TERRITORI ES

185 communities

HISTORY

We attribute Yalari’s success to our unique model...

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VALUED PARTNERSHIPS

STRONG RELATIONSHIPS & TRUST

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students

OUR STUDENTS

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Our students come from far and wide for the opportunity to attend boarding school and receive a great education.

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Yalari student home states and communities Alstonville Ashley Collarenabri Coonabarabran Corbie Hill Deniliquin Huskisson Invergowrie Kootingal Port Macquarie Quirindi Sawtell Taree Uralla Wallawalla Wanaaring Wellington Broken Hill

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Coffs Harbour Mungindi Narrabri Orange Pilliga Tamworth Temora Tenterfield Yamba Armidale Walgett Lightning Ridge Moree Gapuwiyak Maningrida Woodroffe Katherine

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Melville Island Darwin Chinchilla Clermont Curra Eidsvold Gordonvale Hammond Island Horn Island Keperra Kuranda Longreach Mabuiag Island Mackay Manunda Maryborough Normanton

Rossville Torquay Woorabinda Cairns Caloundra Cooya Beach Moranbah Murgon Woree Charleville St George Thursday Island Thevenard Whyalla Altona Bamawm Kyabram

Ocean Grove Swan Hill Wadonga Rosebud Warrnambool Wy Yung Lakes Entrance Bairnsdale Albany Goomalling Wickham Broome Katanning Kununurra Derby Halls Creek


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OUR SCHOOLS

Yalari’s selection process for partner schools is aimed at ensuring our scholars are placed in the care of dedicated education professionals.

Each of our current partner schools across Australia has been chosen through their alignment to Yalari’s vision, values and philosophy and with the knowledge that a caring and supportive environment is provided for our students. Additional support is also received from the broader school community (sporting clubs, other students and their parents, teachers etc.) which further assist our students to enjoy their boarding school experience.

Queensland

Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie), Brisbane Rockhampton Grammar School St Augustine’s College, Cairns St Hilda’s School, Southport St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School, Brisbane The Glennie School, Toowoomba The Southport School, Gold Coast Toowoomba Grammar School Townsville Grammar School

New South Wales

Abbotsleigh, Sydney Calrossy Anglican School, Tamworth Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School, Tamworth Kambala, Sydney Kinross Wolaroi School, Orange Presbyterian Ladies College, Armidale St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney The Armidale School The McDonald College, Sydney The Scots College, Sydney

Victoria

Geelong Grammar School Methodist Ladies’ College, Melbourne Peninsula School, Mornington Peninsula St Catherine’s School, Melbourne Scotch College, Melbourne

Western Australia

Great Southern Grammar School, Albany Scotch College, Perth

South Australia

Scotch College, Adelaide St Peter’s College, Adelaide

ACT

Canberra Girls’ Grammar School

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SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM At the heart of our programs is the Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship, awarded to students for their entire secondary schooling at one of our partner schools.

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programs Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship Today, all Yalari secondary students are recipients of the Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship, which is funded by support from a large group of individuals, organisations, companies, philanthropic foundations and government departments. Yalari’s founding director Waverley Stanley named the secondary scholarship program in honour of his teacher who had supported him in gaining a scholarship opportunity to attend Toowoomba Grammar School in Queensland. Each year Yalari offers up to 50 full boarding school scholarships. The scholarship is reviewed annually and, all being well, is for a student’s entire secondary school education. It covers the financial difference between the school discount, the ABSTUDY designated allowance and the scheduled boarding and tuition fees. Our scholarships are available for Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities and towns throughout Australia who are commencing their first year of secondary education. In 2014 Yalari awarded 36 new scholarships to student’s representing 28 communities around the country.

The selection of our scholars is based on: • Academic effort and school references • Primary School attendance rates • Participation in leadership, sport and extracurricular activities at school and in their communities • Family support to attend boarding • Performance in interviews with Yalari staff and school staff Yalari scholarships are applicationbased through positive engagement with families, schools and communities. Students are selected to ensure they will receive the support and care necessary to have every opportunity and capability of completing their secondary school education.

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STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Our students have many chances for life changing experiences. From their education and boarding school journey to the varied Yalari activities offered throughout the year, they continue to build in confidence and ability.

Years 7 & 8 Orientation Camp Yalari’s annual Orientation Camp is held prior to the start of the school year at one of our partner schools. New students get a glimpse into boarding school life as they experience set meal times, sleeping in dorms and keeping to a schedule. Various topics are raised and discussed - including issues like bullying and home sickness, to better equip our students for life away from home and high school study. Orientation Camp is compulsory for first and second year students. Many of our volunteers and supporters give up holiday time each year to join us as group leaders and facilitators at the camp, and lasting friendships are formed over the course of the week. In 2014, The Southport School on the Gold Coast kindly hosted the camp, welcoming 36 new students, 35 returning students and 11 Junior Leaders.

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programs

Yalari offers an unprecedented level of support for all of our scholarship students. The time we invest in building relationships and getting to know our Yalari families is a key strength of our unique model. This approach contributes to our high retention rates and the ability to deal with the inevitable challenges along the way.

Year 10 Pay-It-Forward

Year 10 Trinity Camp

Yalari Year 10 students have been fundraising throughout the year as part of the ‘Pay-it-forward’ initiative to raise money towards a Yalari Scholarship for another student.

The Trinity College at The University of Melbourne hosted Yalari’s Year 10 camp for its second year from Friday February 14 through to Sunday February 16.

Pay-it-forward is about continuing a good deed for someone else and is a good opportunity for Yalari students to assist another Indigenous young person pursue their education.

This weekend provided an opportunity for students to gain an insight into university life including a welcome tour of the campus on arrival and attending leadership, cultural and creative activities in university halls and lecture theatres.

Students from St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School in Brisbane combined fashion and food as part of their creative ideas for raising funds and successfully contributed over $800 to the initiative. The Glennie School Toowoomba girls put pen to paper as part of their fundraising by designing beautiful line art greeting cards. The designs showcased their talents and told stories about their culture, communities and families and helped the girls raise $1,900. Yalari scholars from St Peter’s College Adelaide put on a sausage sizzle for their class mates and the boys from St Ignatius’ College Riverview Sydney raised their money by hosting a cake stall.

Year 12 Graduation The annual Yalari Graduation Ceremony is a celebration of the students’ achievements during their time at boarding school and the commitment they have made to completing Year 12. The ceremony was held at the Royal Military College, Duntroon. Use of this beautiful facility was made possible by long-term Yalari supporter and President of the Podmore Foundation, Associate Professor Bob Breen. Following the ceremony most of the graduates joined Yalari staff and made their way to Jindabyne, in the NSW Snowy Mountains for their graduation celebrations.

Year 9 Central Australia Camps In the June/July school holidays Yalari held its Outback Camps for Year 9 students. The camps are held separately for boys and girls and are a chance for the students to reconnect with their year group, share their cultural knowledge and experiences, and interact with people from remote Indigenous communities. They come away from the camp with a deeper understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal culture, the challenges many communities face and how fortunate they are themselves to be receiving their education.

Year 11 Horizons Camp The 2014 Horizons camp was hosted by the University of Queensland’s Business School for Yalari’s Year 11 students from Friday February 7 through to Sunday February 9 in Brisbane. Students travelled from around the country to participate in workshops, activities, presentations and special projects over the three days and experienced living on a university campus.

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PATHWAYS & ALUMNI The Yalari Post Schools Program provides a formal structure for support and guidance for Yalari students after they finish their secondary school education to assist them transition to higher education, vocational training and employment. We are serious about generational change, so we will continue to create opportunities for our scholars to move beyond school into tertiary education and real jobs.

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programs Life Awaits... Yalari Alumni It has been another incredibly productive and rewarding year for the Pathways & Alumni Program. With 82 alumni at the beginning of 2014, we proudly welcomed a further 27 graduates in December taking the total number of Alumni to 109. We believe the success of the program is attributed to its unique structure which offers one-on-one support, advice and guidance. The Pathways Manager begins working with students while they are still at school giving them a greater understanding of career pathways and the benefits of planning the transition beyond school. Students are offered insight about university options, apprenticeship and traineeship information, gap-year decisions and employment. The program also incorporates many opportunities and pathways specific to Indigenous students.

2014 Alumni Highlights The first Yalari graduates from St Margaret’s Brisbane, The Armidale School, Calrossy Tamworth, Kinross Wolaroi School Orange, The Southport School and MLC Melbourne.

Students go on to a range of activities after boarding school, which reflects the quality education they have received. Current activities include study and vocations in aeronautical engineering, aquaculture, paramedic science, construction management, the Australian Federal Police and enlistment in the Royal Australian Navy. Nursing and teaching continue to be popular choices for Yalari graduates, which will have a profound impact on the health and education of many Indigenous people in the future. We have continued to foster relationships with a number of universities to develop pathways and support for our students and we are delighted to see a growing number of

Kyol Blakeney was elected as the President of the University of Sydney Student Union, an office previously held by the current Prime Minister and Treasurer.

Tyson Holloway-Clarke was elected as Indigenous Office Bearer at the University of Melbourne.

Yalari alumni at the University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, QUT, UNSW, Griffith and UTS due to their excellent Indigenous support programs. There has also been strong support in the form of bursaries and scholarships for students from: Emmanuel, The Women’s College at the University of Queensland, St Andrew’s and Wesley College at the University of Sydney, Trinity College at the University of Melbourne, and Bond University. We are extremely grateful to our corporate sponsors and supporters who contribute to the Pathways & Alumni Program. This year Accenture, The Bryan Foundation, English Family Foundation, Anglo American and Lend Lease made invaluable contributions. Herbert Smith Freehills also supported our Graduation Ceremony and the development of Pathways Workshops for our Year 12 students. We would also like to thank MTV Networks Australia and the IT Newcomb Foundation who have chosen to support individual students at university. Thank you to all our supporters for your generosity - it is instrumental in providing opportunities and support to the Yalari graduates. The Yalari alumni are an exciting group of welleducated, confident young people who have worked hard and seized opportunities. It is through their own dedication and the support of their family and school, that they will go on to make positive contributions as Australians.

A graduation ceremony was held at Royal Military College Duntroon in August with special guest Professor Mick Dodson AM presenting certificates to the students.

Townson Uta was elected onto the student leadership team at King’s College at the University of Queensland.

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SPONSORS, DONORS & PARTNERS It is through the generosity of our supporters that we are able to make a difference in the lives of Indigenous children. Yalari acknowledges that while this list includes those who have funded the education of our students, sponsored our events or provided pro bono services in 2014, we are thankful to all who have contributed any financial support, and to those who devote their time and resources in any way.

Adelaide dinner sponsors from Broadspectrum Transfield

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sponsors THANK YOU!

Accenture Australia Pty Ltd ACN (Australian Communications Network) Airnorth Alan & Liz Hay Andrew Keayes Anglo-American Arrow Energy Arthur Earle Youth Foundation Australian Communities Foundation Bond Helicopters Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Ltd Colin & Leree Roden Commercial Eyes Pty Ltd DEEWR Dan Pittorino/Luke Sullivan English Family Foundation Estate of Julie Freeman Fiona & Richard East Go Vita Goldman Sachs Goodman Property Services (Aust) Pty Ltd Grant Thornton Grosvenor Foundation Greyhound Australia Herbert Smith Freehills Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) J &B Hay Philanthropic Foundation Janie Hicks Jonathan Coghill Judith Musgrave Family Foundation Langports - Brisbane

Lendlease Construction Australia Lipman Karas Lucy Godlee Macquarie Group Foundation McCullough Robertson Foundation MeadWestvaco Pty Ltd Medibank Communtiy Fund Mia Foundation MTV (Viacom International Media Networks) Naphtali Family Foundation Newsboys Origin Energy Pam Willsher Paul and Judy Williams Peta Seymour Foundation Podmore Foundation Inc. Racelid Pty Ltd ATF GJ Whyte Family Trust Reuben Pelerman Benevolent Foundation Rory Robertson Rosey Kids Foundations RSL (Queensland Branch) Santos Limited Skilled Group Stan & Maureen Duke Foundation Susan L. & Ian R. Mackie The Bryan Foundation The Deloitte Foundation The Leroy & Joy Brauer Perpetual Tim Fairfax Family Foundation Trevor & Jan Olsen Transfield Services/Broadspectrum Win Schubert Diversity Foundation

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VOLUNTEERS The contribution of Yalari’s volunteers is invaluable. We would not be able to achieve our mission without their involvement.

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volunteers A Team of Champions

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In 2014 our volunteers once again went ‘above and beyond’ in helping us with the many jobs that needed to be completed throughout the year. We continue to work to ensure that both Yalari and our volunteers mutually benefit from the involvement of volunteering. We are constantly looking for new ways to involve volunteers by giving them interesting projects to work on to further enrich and support our program and provide a relevant and engaging experience for them.

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This year we had a range of activities for our volunteers to contribute through: Orientation and Outback Camps, fundraising dinners, administrative tasks at Head Office and tutoring our students, just to name a few! We also partnered with Griffith University as part of their Community Internship Program which offers the chance for students to complete their 50 hours of volunteering time.

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Congratulations to our volunteers, Helena Knight and Denise Benjamin who were nominated for the United Nations International Volunteering Day Volunteer Award in November 2014.

VOLUNTEERS HELP WITH: Dinner Committees Dinner Volunteers Head Office Volunteers Newsletter Mailout Tutors & Mentors Camps...and more!

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We would like to send a heart-felt thank you to all our dedicated volunteers. Without your enthusiasm, commitment and generosity, we would not be where we are today.

THANK YOU!

Volunteers, Brisbane Dinner 2014

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OUR PEOPLE - BOARD The Yalari Board are committed to the empowerment, motivation and support of children from Indigenous communities across Australia.

MARY BOYDELL Executive Director

WAVERLEY STANLEY Founding Director

March 2014 - present

April 2005 - present

Mary is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience in business and as a Non-Executive Director. In 2014 she retired as Chairman of the Gladstone Area Water Board and as a Board Member of the CSIRO. Previously she has also served as Commissioner of the Queensland Water Commission, Chairman of the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation and as a Director of Energex Limited, Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority, South East Queensland Water Corporation Limited, BSES Limited, Burnett Water Pty Ltd and the Australian Trade Commission. She is a former Chairman and Member of the Queensland Regional Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Currently, Mary is also a Director of Uniquest Pty Limited and maintains a close interest in her family's business.

Waverley has worked extensively throughout Queensland as an Indigenous Support Officer for Education Queensland. More recently he has presented and facilitated leadership and education workshops and conferences for Indigenous people throughout Australia. As a Founding Director of Yalari, Waverley knows about the power of education. As a young Indigenous boy he was given the opportunity to attend Toowoomba Grammar School for his secondary school education, and it was this opportunity that started him on the Yalari journey. He has a passion for education and the empowerment of Indigenous children and over the last ten years has worked tirelessly to bring his vision to a reality. Waverley is a graduate of the Australian Rural Leadership Program for 2005-2006 and also the recipient of a prestigious Churchill Fellowship for 2013.

GOVERNANCE Constitution Yalari Limited is constituted as a company limited by guarantee. Its Object enables Indigenous children and Indigenous young people in Indigenous communities to access a quality education. The income and property of the Company must only be applied towards the promotion of the Objects of the Company which are Non-profit in nature. There is no distribution of profits to Members on winding up and the liability of Members is limited on winding up. The Company is a Deductible Gift Recipient and is compliant with requirements to maintain such DGR status.

The Board The Directors of the Company that form the Board will consist of at least three, and not more than ten, persons to be elected in general meeting for a term of three years. All Directors are eligible for re-appointment. The Board has the power to appoint a qualified person to fill a casual vacancy or as an addition to the existing members. Such an

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appointee holds office until the next general meeting when an election must be taken to fill the vacancy and the appointee is eligible for election at that general meeting. On an ongoing basis the Board considers the mix of skills and attributes that are necessary for it to discharge its responsibilities to a high standard and in an effective manner.

Oversight The management and control of the business and affairs of the Company are vested in the Board. The Board provides direction, control and accountability for the overall governance, strategy and performance of the organisation. The Board delegates the management of the business and affairs of the company to executive management subject to defined principles and certain matters that require the approval of the Board. The delegations ensure executive management has the power to act and enables efficient and effective operation of the company on a day-to day-basis.


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LLEW MULLINS Executive Director November 2014 - Current February 2011 - August 2014 Llew has worked extensively throughout Australia with Indigenous people, coordinating business workshops and managing a mentoring program between corporate business people and Indigenous small business owners. As a Founding Director of Yalari, Llew also served on the board from April 2005 to January 2009. She is an experienced counsellor and is currently the Scholarship Manager for Yalari, responsible for overseeing the selection process of students and the ongoing pastoral care and academic direction of scholarship recipients. Llew’s experience in business, financial management and organisation, as well as many years working in the social welfare and counselling areas, has provided the necessary skills and administration to bring Yalari from an idea into a reality.

BRUCE DAVIDSON Director August 2010 - present (acting Chairman from Oct 2013 to Mar 2014) Bruce holds degrees in Law and Commerce from the University of Queensland and was formerly a partner in a leading commercial law firm. He specialised in international business and conducted business development activities throughout Asia. Bruce has spent the last 20 years with Davidson Recruitment and in his current role as the Davidson Group CEO, he leads a talented team across Australia and New Zealand dedicated to enhancing workplace performance for clients. He has also been invited to consult to boards and senior executives, to act as a mentor, and speak on both formal and informal occasions. He has previously held the role of Regional Councillor for Finsia.

JODY BROUN Director February 2012 - March 2014 Jody is a Yindjibarndi woman from the Pilbara, who has dedicated herself to the service of Australia’s First Peoples in her 30 year career, spending much of that time in senior public service positions. She holds a Diploma of Teaching, Bachelor of Education and a Master of Philosophy. She has been the Executive Director of Aboriginal Housing and Infrastructure at the Department of Housing and Works (WA), Director of Equal Opportunity in Public Employment (WA), Executive Director of Policy and Coordination at the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority (WA) and Director General of the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs. In 2012 Jody was elected as Co-Chairperson of the newly formed National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, a membership based organisation representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at the national and international levels. Currently Jody is the Executive Director, NSW Red Cross.

TIM OUGHTON Director June 2009 - August 2014 Tim Oughton is a fifth generation educator; he joined Scotch College Adelaide at the start of 2007 from Scots College in New Zealand, serving as Headmaster until the end of 2014, when he returned to New Zealand to take up a new appointment as the Headmaster of Kristin School in Auckland. Tim is a graduate of the University of Canterbury and maintains a keen interest in teaching. He has been involved in national curriculum change in New Zealand and believes students need a well-rounded education in order to achieve their best.

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staff staff

OUR PEOPLE - STAFF

Yalari staff are committed to the vision and mission of the organisation and have been vital in developing the unique culture.

What do you like about working for Yalari? GARY O’BRIEN - Student Support Coordinator

Working with young, brave and enthusiastic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are passionate and proud of their culture, who are motivated to educate and be educated in some of Australia’s leading boarding schools.

LOU WILSON - Development Coordinator I feel as though I am doing my small part in something much bigger.

TAWNEE ANDERSON - Student Support Officer I love building bonds with the kids and their families, and seeing their growth through their Scholarships from children into empowered young adults

KERRIE TICKNER - Bookkeeper

Yalari’s philosophy, integrity and working with, and for Australian kids.

LLEW MULLINS - Scholarship Manager

Getting to work with so many different people throughout Australia. We allow people to be the best they can be. Regardless of what they do in the rest of their lives, we see people's absolute generosity and purpose.

LEANDA COOPER - Business Manager

After 20 years working in the corporate arena it is great to work in an environment where the bottom line is not about someone making a profit but about someone getting an education – a true gift that lasts a lifetime. It is so much easier to get up in the morning when you are a part of something that is so much bigger than just yourself.

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message

A SPECIAL MESSAGE

Taneale Lawton, Year 12 student at St Margaret’s School Brisbane, was asked to write to the younger Yalari students in her school. Her story revealed a special message. The words of a 17 year old girl may be worthless but from my perspective it makes a difference. I have been on Yalari since I was 13 years old and now, I’m continuing in my final year of schooling at St Margaret’s Anglican girls school. When Waverley and Llew first came to Charleville and interviewed me at my house I was extremely nervous and perplexed. These people in my kitchen were the beginning of endless opportunities. I was quite emotional in ways of butterflies making your stomach weird and tingly. I remember, distinctly, Llew asking me to write an essay telling Waverley and herself why I should be chosen to be a Yalari scholar. I looked at mum trying to connect to her telepathic mind, HELP! HELP! When I’m put on the spot without anything to say I start to smile. So I was there, white teeth glittering through my open-mouth, ‘yeah sure I’ll give it a go’. So I went to the lounge room and started writing. I started as usual, where I’m from, my background blah blah … but then I started writing about what I wanted to contribute to Yalari. They gave me this amazing opportunity for a greater education and I didn’t really know what affect that would have on me until now. Until I went to St Margaret’s for the first time on the 25th January in 2010. Until I met my first friend that has and still is putting up with my goofy self. Until I realised how funny black people are when telling a story. Until I realised just how we were perceived in today’s society. Until I realised I wasn’t the only Indigenous child wanting to take a stance. How alone I felt was completely indescribable and fiercely frightening. I was on the tip of the iceberg and really really homesick. But just smiling, just being me got me a friend and then another and another until we were all hysterical laughing in one of the many dormitories in the boarding house oblivious to our families miles away. I’ll say it to anyone I meet, boarding school is a great experience that is filled with wonderful memories, stocking moments

and endless friends. If I were to be back in Charleville attending the high school, my future would be limited. You know why? Because the education there compared to here is limited. My career pathway is focused by my knowledge and understanding of life. I would have fewer choices there than I have here. Yeah it’s scary taking that step to a place you’ve never been and wouldn’t think you would ever go but look, you’re here and you are with me. One of the 186 students on a Yalari Scholarship attempting to make a difference. It’s about reconciliation and empowering young Indigenous children. We are the future of our people. As much as we seek knowledge and understanding from our elders, whom I respect, it is our time to shine and finding knowledge and understanding only comes from education. So forget the small things; fights, homesick, homework, chapel, sheet-change day etc. AND THINK BEYOND THAT. I believe you have come here for a reason, the same reason I came here. We are the voice, and we are tired of being categorised as ‘these people’. You and I together, will make a difference … all I ask is you give it a go. It’s my last year and all I think about is the future. I’m use to going back to school, prepping for the real world. But next year, there will be no school and I will be out there. I think of school making a difference, but I’m at the stage of my life where I have to start applying my knowledge and understanding to life and execute it in my career. I thought I would always go to university and study drama or creative writing because I love reading books and watching movies - my interests have evolved (just like yours will when your time comes) and I have found other things that interest me. So please, this is me writing - Taneale Lawton, Yr 12 just down the stairs from you - and I’m asking you if you just give everything a go because no matter what there will be someone watching you, and someone is proud of you too. Taneale Lawton

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FINANCIALS Yalari’s statutory Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2014 has been filed with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profit Commission (ACNC) and is also available on our website. The Statement of Profit & Loss and other Comprehensive Income, Statement of Changes in Equity, Statement of Financial Position and Statement of Cashflows for the year ended, and as at December 31 2014 are set out on pages 27-29.

Yalari scholars at the Brisbane Fundraising Dinner in September 2014 Page 26

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financials Income tax on other items of other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income attributable to members

-

-

138,177

229,149

Statement of Financial Position As at 31 December 2014

Dec-14 $

Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Trade and other receivables Other assets Total Current Assets

Statement of Profit & Loss and other Comprehensive Income

For the year ended 31 December 2014 Non - Current Assets Property, plant and equipment Total Non - Current Assets Total Assets

Revenue Current Liabilities Student sponsorships granted Trade and other payables Fundraising expenses Other financial liabilities Student support programs Provisions Administration expenses Deferred revenue Profit before income tax Total Current Liabilities Income tax expense Profit for the year Non-Current Liabilities Provisions Other comprehensive income Total Non-Current Liabilities Items of other comprehensive income Total Liabilities Income tax on other items of other comprehensive income

Dec-13 $

6,934,934 6,812,603 219,150 250,156 161,658 135,964 7,315,742 7,198,723

6 Months 152,724 138,217 Dec-14 Dec-13 152,724 138,217 $ $ 7,468,466 7,336,940 7,350,569 4,120,961 (5,143,808) (2,428,694) 377,480 83,439 (319,821) (412,882) 7,563 35,415 (584,497) (315,129) 71,823 80,373 (1,164,266) (735,107) 2,896,889 3,168,514 138,177 229,149 3,353,755 3,367,741 138,177

229,149

40,874 33,539 40,874 33,539 3,394,629 3,401,280 -

Net Assets Total comprehensive income attributable to members

4,073,837 3,935,660 138,177 229,149

Equity Retained earnings Statement Total Equity

4,073,837 3,935,660

of Financial Position

As at 31 December 2014

Statement of Changes in Equity For the year ended 31 December 2014 Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Retained Earnings Trade and other receivables Other assets Balance at the beginning of the year Total Current Assets Profit for the year Other comprehensive income for the year Non - Current Assets Balance at the end of the year Property, plant and equipment Total Non - Current Assets Total Assets

Statement of Cashflows

4,073,837 3,935,660 Dec-14 $

Dec-13 $

Dec-14 Dec-13 $ $ 6,934,934 6,812,603 219,150 250,156 161,658 135,964 3,935,660 3,706,511 7,315,742 7,198,723 138,177 229,149 4,073,837 3,935,660 152,724 138,217 152,724 138,217 7,468,466 7,336,940

For the year ended 31 December 2014 Current Liabilities Trade and other payables Other financial liabilities Provisions Deferred revenue Total Current Liabilities Cash flow from operating activities Receipts from customers Non-Current Liabilities Payments to suppliers and employees Provisions Net cash generated by operating activities Total Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

377,480 83,439 7,563 6 Months 35,415 Dec-14 71,823 Dec-13 80,373 $ $ 2,896,889 3,168,514 3,353,755 3,367,741 6,878,419 5,390,318 -6,906,201 -4,697,328 40,874 33,539 -27,782 692,990 Yalari Annual Report - 2014 40,874 33,539 3,394,629 3,401,280

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financials Fundraising expenses Student support programs Administration expenses Profit before income tax Income tax expense Profit for the year

-319,821 -584,497 -1,164,266

-412,882 -315,129 -735,107

138,177 -

229,149 -

138,177

229,149

-

-

138,177

229,149

Other comprehensive income Items of other comprehensive income Income tax on other items of other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income attributable to members

Statement of Financial Position As at 31 December 2014

Dec-14 $ Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Trade and other receivables Other assets Total Current Assets

Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income

Non - Current Assets Property, plant and equipment Total Non - Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Trade and other payables Other financial liabilities Provisions Deferred revenue Total Current Liabilities

Dec-13 $

6,934,934 6,812,603 219,150 250,156 161,658 135,964 7,315,742 7,198,723

152,724

138,217

152,724 138,217 7,468,466 7,336,940

377,480 83,439 7,563 35,415 71,823 80,373 2,896,889 3,168,514 3,353,755 3,367,741

Non-Current Liabilities Provisions Total Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

40,874 33,539 3,394,629 3,401,280

Net Assets

4,073,837 3,935,660

Equity Retained earnings Total Equity

4,073,837 3,935,660

40,874

33,539

4,073,837 3,935,660

Statement of Changes in Equity For the year ended 31 December 2014 Dec-14 $

Dec-13 $

Retained Earnings Balance at the beginning of the year Profit for the year Other comprehensive income for the year Balance at the end of the year

3,935,660 3,706,511 138,177 229,149 4,073,837 3,935,660

Statement of Cashflows

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the year ended 31 December 2014 Yalari Annual For Report - 2014 6 Months

Statement of Pr


r Loss and Other Comprehensive Income

financials Statement of Changes in Equity

For the year ended 31 December 2014

Dec-14 $

Dec-13 $

Retained Earnings

Balance at the beginning of the year Profit for the year Other comprehensive income for the year Balance at the end of the year

3,935,660 3,706,511 138,177 229,149 4,073,837 3,935,660

Statement of Cashflows

For the year ended 31 December 2014

6 Months Dec-13 $

Dec-14 $ Cash flow from operating activities Receipts from customers Payments to suppliers and employees Net cash generated by operating activities Cash flow from investing activities Interest received Payments for property, plant and equipment Net cash generated from investing activities Cash flow from financing activities Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities Net cash flow from financing activities Net Increase in cash and cash equivalents Cash at the beginning of the year Cash at the end of the year

6,878,419 5,390,318 (6,906,201) (4,697,328) (27,782)

692,990

236,518 (58,553)

114,331 (4,648)

177,965

109,683

-

-

-

-

150,183 6,777,188

802,673 5,974,515

6,927,371 6,777,188

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LOOKING AHEAD 2015 marks our 10th Anniversary and already, we are seeing the changes to Australian society that our Yalari scholars are making. Yalari has not altered its focus or goal since it began. With the support of our donors and sponsors we are able to provide a range of opportunities to Indigenous children. We are looking ahead with anticipation and optimism as we continue our mission to educate and empower Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities across Australia.

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20

10 05 20

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS

Educating Indigenous Children

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