• When I make a donation, where does my money go?

Your support is directed to the area of greatest need, in the most efficient way possible. We have a formal and rigorous process to assess sponsorship requests and ensure programs are structured to most efficiently use finds. The Foundation’s Board are volunteers with minimal overhead and marketing and administration support provided by AccessEAP.

  • How can my organisation get help or funding?

Applications will be considered in a formal and rigorous process in relation to the Foundations Mission. Programs which offer efficient use of funds and long term sustainability will be considered favourably. Please use “Contact Us” form in the first instance.

  • Where does most of the money come from?

75% of the capital investment comes from AccessEAP and 25% from the Curran Family. AccessEAP is an Australian owned, not-for-profit organisation that has been providing Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia since 1987. At AccessEAP our mission is to enable our customers to create a positive and productive workplace culture.

  • Are donations the only way to support the Curran Access Children’s Foundation?

If you are an AccessEAP customer committed to workplace wellbeing and improving corporate culture you are by default helping the Curran Access Children’s Foundation. With the overarching mission of relieving misfortune and hardship AccessEAP aims to help workplaces keep employees fully functioning and highly productive in the workplace. The surplus profits from AccessEAP’s services are then channelled to vulnerable families and children to ensure they can break the cycle of homelessness and poverty by reconnecting with family, building relationships to achieve financial control and purpose through meaningful employment.

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AccessEAP has partnered with Curran Access Children's Foundation to provide welfare for families and children in need through a number of projects.

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