Griffith University is committed to compassionate education that strives for positive social outcomes, healthier communities and greater opportunities for young people. Programs your generosity has supported in these endeavours include:
- Blurred Minds: a social marketing project aimed at reducing alcohol drinking, lowering tobacco smoking, increasing physical activity, encouraging healthy eating and understanding how we can prevent human trafficking.
- Science on the GO!: bringing the wonders of science to primary and high school students.
- The Logan Together Project: an Australian-first initiative to improve the early development of children in Logan city, particularly in the areas of health and education.Universities are invested in the education of young people, providing them with the very best teaching, programs, guidance and research available.
- The Griffith-Goondiwindi Program: a week-long insight into university and city life for Year 12 students from Goondiwindi State High School.
With your support Griffith University can continue to facilitate exciting and important programs to benefit our young people and strive towards a better future.
Goondiwindi students enjoy Griffith, city stay
Growing up in the southern Queensland town of Goondiwindi – population around 6000 – Toni Clarence knows how daunting it can be to relocate from the country to the big city.