Category: In the News

SCOOP Australia raised $18,307.02 in one year I’m very excited to announce that in the last financial year we raised over aus$18,300. I had such a hard time believing it myself, that I went over the figures with a fine-toothed comb not just once, but 3 times.  This was our biggest fundraising year yet since we first incorporated 3 years ago. So what happens to the funds once we collect it?  We retain 10% for

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The soul of SCOOP

SCOOP Australia has been running for more than 3 years, and in that time we’ve raised over $20,000 for our partner schools in Cambodia and India. We’ve been able to do that because of the love and support of family and friends who believed in our mission. Thank you! An extra special thank you goes out to the students of Chrysalis Montessori, who together raised $1720 for our Jeevan School Lunches Program! Such an amazing

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Our first Annual Report is here!

It’s hard to believe that we’re in our second year already! Reminisce with us over our first year and see what SCOOP Global achieved over the 2014/2015 year. • Annual Report 2014-2015

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Brand By Name takes out Silver for SCOOP’s new branding

We are ecstatic to learn that the hard work and creative initiative undertaken by Fiona from Brand by Name has been awarded Silver at the Melbourne Design Awards 2015. This awards lends greater credence to the amazing new look of SCOOP.  For us this new branding is a measure of the next five years.  We’re just a small fish in a mammoth pool of NGOs around the world.  We’re still new and finding our feet

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“I can’t shake the poverty I’ve seen” – Andrew Sweeney, CEO of SCOOP

Struck by the scenes he witnessed while backpacking, Andrew Sweeney, founder of SCOOP charity, tells about building schools in Cambodia. When Andrew Sweeney set off for a backpacking trip around the world in 2008, then aged 26, he had no idea what impact that journey would have on his life. Now 34, and founder of the charity organisation SCOOP (Supporting Children Out of Poverty), it has not only helped fundraise two schools outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia, but

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