Bravery Trust Scholarship in partnership with AVCAT

On September 21, 2020 Bravery Trust made the following announcement

Bravery Trust is delighted to announce a three-year scholarship in partnership with the Australian Veterans’ Children Assistance Trust (AVCAT).

This is an opportunity for a veteran’s child to receive a three-year scholarship to help them pursue their dream of tertiary education, whilst relieving some of the financial pressures associated with education.

Since AVCAT was founded, over 2,600 scholarships have been awarded.  Bravery Trust is excited to partner with AVCAT to help transform the life of a veteran’s child and support them in their journey to become a future Australian leader.

Bravery Trust’s CEO, Belinda Wilson said, “By providing the Bravery Trust Scholarship, we know that we will be able to make one element of tertiary study more accessible – lifting the financial burden from the student’s shoulders – enabling them to pursue their dreams and help shape the future of the world we want to live in.

Bravery Trust is a national military charity that provides financial assistance, financial counselling, and education support to injured veterans and their families who are in financial hardship.  We encourage students to apply for the Bravery Trust Scholarship and wish all applicants the best of success!”

Applications are now open until 31st October 2020 and can be submitted at www.avcat.org.au 

We wish all applicants the best of success! For more information about Bravery Trust, see our website: www.braverytrust.org.au

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