Future’s bright for more young Indigenous women

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The sky’s the limit for the next generation of young Indigenous women involved with the Stars Foundation in the Northern Territory.

Stars is on a mission to support and enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls and young women to make active choices about their health and education through tailored programs, mentor support and opportunities to learn and grow in a culturally safe and trusting environment.

We’re proud today – during NAIDOC Week – to announce a $100,000 donation to Stars from The Lott via Tatts NT for the third year in a row.

More than 2,000 girls and young women have participated in the foundation’s programs, with more than 90% of senior students completing Year 12 and 93% of graduates successfully transitioning to work or further study.


“We’re proud to continue to support communities across the NT through organisations like Stars Foundation,” our Partnership Manager Liz McPherson said. 

“Education is such an important part of creating new opportunities and building strong communities and we’re committed to ensuring more girls and young women have the greatest chance to thrive.”

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