MADALAH Limited is a not-for-profit organisation that offers Secondary and Tertiary education scholarships for Indigenous students from remote and regional communities to West Australia’s leading boarding schools and Australian universities.
The organisation also manages Nyirrwa Murrgurlayi, Employment and Education Housing Broome. The WA Housing Authority established the Employment and Education Housing Program to address the need for supported accommodation targeting Aboriginal people from remote communities to undertake training and access employment opportunities in regional centres of Western Australia.
We believe education is the key to generational change and opportunity, and we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our participants, their families and communities. ‘Making A Difference And Looking Ahead’ is what our name stands for, and what we empower our students and participants to do.Learn More about MADALAH
Each year, supported by a MADALAH scholarship, young Indigenous students start their high school journey. In 2021, we are supporting a total of 360 students! Courtesy of our sponsor Murcia Pestell Hillard Lawyers and Lumiere Media, we are pleased to be able to share with you this short video that introduces you to US!
On May 14th, MADALAH’s 34 emerging leaders, 12 mentors and staff set off on their two-night camp to Trinity College’s Camp Kelly in Dwellingup. The purpose of this program is to spend time with our emerging leaders, capacity building whilst engaging in cultural activities and connecting to country. The weekend was a huge success and we could not have been prouder of the amazing young people in this group!
MADALAH’s group of Emerging Leaders participated in their first ever Youth Leadership Summit recently, held on the 20th and 21st November 2020.
Kujarrakarti, or walking in two worlds, is a word that reflects many of the MADALAH students that come from all across the State to pursue their education. Please take the time to watch it.
Each year, supported by a MADALAH scholarship, young Indigenous students start their high school journey.
See a short video of the highlights of our 2020 Year 7 Camp and Orientation.
Our students – many in just year 7 – commit to moving thousands of kilometres in an effort to improve themselves and their life outcomes. This video shows their journey. Please take the time to watch it.
MADALAH provides scholarships which enable Indigenous students in financial need to attend leading Australian schools and universities.
Make a Tax deductable off-line payment by post using our PDF donation form.
Please send the completed form to:
Shop 7/1-7 Dundee Street
Your generous donation will give Indigenous students access to more educational and career opportunities.
You can support MADALAH Limited and help to provide quality education and training opportunities for Indigenous people in many ways.
You can become an individual donor or a corporate sponsor, develop a partnership with one of our partner schools, assist with introductions to philanthropists and relevant organisations, and help to secure grants and donations from the private and government sectors.Become a Corporate Partner Learn more about how your business can support MADALAH.