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Every year, generous donors help Macquarie University establish new scholarships, strengthen its research program and upgrade its facilities. Your gift will help The Children and Families Research Centre conduct high quality interdisciplinary research that contributes to the knowledge about the learning and development of children and families with a commitment to applying research to policy recommendations and outreach activities in a variety of communities.
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- fund scholarships
- fund research projects
- fund research internships
- provide tutoring and mentoring programs
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You can choose to support a specific area, such as The Children and Families Research Centre or one of its Research Activities or make an unrestricted donation which will be used for a range of purposes depending on the University's greatest need.
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