MORE than 22 years after the Thredbo landslide, Sean Gordon continues to be motivated by the “Stuart Diver effect” to make a difference, particularly in the lives of children.
SchoolAid CEO Sean Gordon admits he had a tear in his eye when he first heard he would be receiving an Order of Australian Medal (OAM).
SchoolAid Founder and CEO, Sean Gordon, receives OAM for his contributions to the community of Australia.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is backing a Redcliffe student’s plan to share some “rainbows” with the people of Christchurch, after the recent terrorist attack.
SchoolAid’s ‘Hay and Hampers for Hope’ drought campaign this week surpassed $140,000 in fundraising, with $60,000 of this already being put to work through local charities in drought-affected areas in Queensland and New South Wales.
SchoolAid students in Redcliffe heard from three guest speakers about projects that had made a difference at the local Social Action Team student board meeting.
Clontarf Beach SHS student Maverick Garaicoa came up with the idea to raise money for schools affected by Cyclone Debbie, and replace an entire school library’s book collection.
Clontarf Beach State School pupil Maverick Garaicoa is on a mission to help children struggling to get back to school following the Cyclone Debbie deluge.
The first every crowdfunding platform for young people launches in Canberra.
2013 SchoolAid campaign supporting the Phillipines flooding disaster was reported on by the Sunshine Coast Daily.