All posts tagged: Education

Keeley's Cause Sharon Murphy

#29| Recognising and celebrating the differences in children with Sharon Murphy

Mother and Daughter team like no other! Raising the standards for children with disabilities, mentally and physically, and making sure they are seen, respected, and have the technology needed to thrive in their education. Sharon Murphy joins us to share her story, and that of Keeley’s Cause and what a story and message it is!! Sharon Murphy is the Director of Keeley’s Cause, and mother of 3 children, 2 of those have Autism and youngest , Keeley, has an Intellectual Disability on top of her Autism diagnosis. Keeley’s Cause was founded by Keeley In 2017 at age 13, created the Organisation after her own personal journey with the inability to learn current taught curriculum in schools without the use of an iPad or technology. Keeley decided the gap for children with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities needed to be bridged, and Keeley’s Cause was created. Keeley’s Cause provides iPads for children diagnosed with Autism and Intellectual disabilities. The cause was established by Keeley and her mother Sharon after seeing first hand the benefits technology can bring …

Trish Ryan - Meg's Children Nepal

#23 | Upbringing vulnerable children in Nepal to flourish with Trish Ryan

Trish Ryan is The Founder of Meg’s Children, a Registered Charitable Trust established in 2005 to support vulnerable Nepalese Children who do not have any family support. Meg’s Children works in partnership with Siddhi Memorial Hospital to support the upbringing of vulnerable and at-risk children in Nepal, by providing for their daily living needs and meeting their right to education. They support the upbringing of vulnerable and at-risk children in Nepal to help them grow and flourish. Meg’s Children Nepal believes that every child has the right to education and the right to have their daily living needs fulfilled. They strongly believe that Education is a basic human right. These necessities, and the children’s health and safety, are therefore enabled solely by funds raised through our trust, which is run by volunteers in the Albury-Wodonga district. They are proud to say that 95 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to our children in Nepal. CONNECT WITH TRISH & MEG’S CHILDREN: https://www.facebook.com/megschildren Support Meg’s Children Nepals upcoming Fundraiser if you can 🙂