The Lasallian Foundation was established by the De La Salle Brothers in 2004 to respond to the needs of our closest neighbours around the Asia Pacific in Papua New Guinea, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
For more than 330 years the De La Salle Brothers have been committed to reaching out to the last, the lost and the least through education in the Lasallian tradition. It is this tradition that sees our ongoing commitment to support young people and their communities in effecting positive change.
Working together, we will create hope for the future for all children and youth, regardless of gender, race, faith, nationality, ethnicity, class/caste, physical ability, opinion or political alliance.
We have always had a concern for the millions of children and adults who suffer greatly from the effects of poverty, illiteracy, malnutrition, loss of family, abuse, persecution, homelessness and hopelessness.
In so many cases there is no food, no home, no shelter, no rights and no education. The Lasallian Foundation supports education and related programs for the empowerment of disadvantaged children and their communities.
In the tradition of De La Salle, we deliberately seek out projects that reach the most marginalised. Those who no one else will assist. We work on long-term solutions,
not just short term handouts.
By remembering us in your estate plans and your Will, you can ensure that our much-needed work will continue long into the future. Our work will be your legacy.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Bequest Manager on (03) 9832 3100 if we can assist you in any way or if you wish to have a confidential discussion about your Will.
For further information on the Lasallian Foundation and the work we do, please visit our website www.lasallianfoundation.org