Life Ed Qld is proud to work in partnership with the Queensland Government and with organisations who share a passion for improving the lives of children and young people.
These partnerships are vital to extending the reach and impact of the Life Ed program in Queensland, where we currently work face-to-face with more than 200,000 young Queenslanders and 800 schools and pre-schools.
We would like to acknowledge the generous support of our major partners, Queensland Health and Health and Wellbeing Queensland. Their support has been instrumental in enabling Life Ed Qld to expand our services throughout the state, enabling tens of thousands more Queensland children to gain access to vital health education.
NQPHN is an independent, not-for-profit organisation funded by the Australian Government to commission primary health care services to help northern Queenslanders live happier, healthier, longer lives.
Through our partnership with the NQPHN, we have launched our new Healthy Eats program which focuses on working with local schools to increase children’s consumption of vegetables and fruit.Learn more
Communities for Children (CfC) is an early intervention and prevention program that aims to improve the development, health and wellbeing of children aged 12 and under by addressing local needs and encouraging community participation.
Through this important program, Life Ed Qld works with Uniting Care (Northern Gold Coast), Mission Australia (Ipswich to Inala), the Smith Family (Townsville and Capricornia) and Centacare (Mt Isa), to provide health education to thousands of children.