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Lakes Entrance youth head to the city to attend Doxa Holiday Camp in Melbourne

It’s an exciting start to the year for a group of young people in Grades 4-6 from Lakes Entrance Primary School in East Gippsland. This week, a group of seven children from the school are getting a welcomed summer break and heading to the big smoke to attend Doxa’s residential...
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Pro Bono – Development Programs

  Publication ProBono Australia Program Development Programs Summary Not-for-profit organisation Doxa provides programs to support disadvantaged young Victorians through their education, and they have gathered tips and insights from top career and financial coaches to assist...
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Education HQ – Doxa School Bendigo Ball In The Mall

  Publication Education HQ Program Doxa School Bendigo Summary The Ball In The Mall is an annual community-driven event creates positive impact for disadvantaged youth in Bendigo. Students from Doxa School Bendigo gathered at Hargreaves Mall on Friday, 27 October 2017 for...
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QBE Corporate Working Bee & New Fire Refuge at Malmsbury

We were pleased to host our first corporate working bee at Malmsbury recently, with a group from QBE Insurance getting their hands dirty and helping us out on-site. The team from QBE offices across Victoria came together and assisted with various maintenance and landscaping tasks...
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Ball in the Mall gives students a chance to shine

Students from Doxa School Bendigo gathered at Hargreaves Mall in Bendigo recently for the region’s second annual Ball in the Mall. The Ball In The Mall is aimed at making a positive difference to the lives of students, providing them with an experience they wouldn’t normally...
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Our Future Focus graduation

Our Future Focus program aids the transition from primary to secondary education and encourages young people in Years 7 and 8 to make positive choices for the future. We launched the pilot in 2016 with generous funding from the Colonial Foundation and were pleased to see it was a...
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