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Plus Education is a registered Australian charity and member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). We rely on your generosity to continue providing equitable, inclusive skills education and digital learning for children on the margins of the developing world.

Donate a device

$130 one-off tax deductible* donation

Your donation will directly fund an entry-level Android device for a rural or remote school in Cambodia, India or Indonesia, wherever it is currently needed most. This will enable small groups of children to access our non-internet dependent digital learning programs, empowering them with the skills they will need to work and participate in the digital, global age.

*All donations over $2 are tax deductible within Australia

Sponsor a school

$2,000 annual or one-off tax deductible* donation

Your school sponsorship will equip an under-resourced school with a non-internet dependent digital school kit, allowing up to 300 new students to participate in our programs each year. In addition to the digital school kit, your sponsorship will also fund ongoing tech support for the school to ensure uninterrupted delivery our digital learning programs. In return, our much-celebrated School Sponsors receive a Certificate of Sponsorship, a digital badge, details of their sponsored school, and updates on student learning progress.

*All donations over $2 are tax deductible within Australia

The Kindskools Project

Developing global citizens for a kinder world

The Kindskools Project has been developed by Plus Education to give students in Australia the opportunity to connect with and support their peers in rural Cambodia. Participating schools are linked with a rural or remote school in Cambodia, providing a range of opportunities for the partnered schools to interact, share and learn from each other. The program develops students’ intercultural understanding, an appreciation of different perspectives, and philanthropic leadership, all while having fun and making new international friendships.

Power off for Plus

Switch off your devices for 48 hours + raise funds for Plus Education

There’s never been a better reason to digitally detox, nor an easier way to raise money for us! Commit to switching off your smartphone or tablet for a whole 48 hours, and ask your family and friends to sponsor your efforts. By swiping to power off, you are not only raising money to support equitable, inclusive skills education and digital learning for children on the margins of the developing world, but you are also standing in solidarity with the 1.3 billion school-aged children around the world who remain disconnected from the internet.

Partner with us

Helps us make a difference on a larger scale

From corporate social responsibility to philanthropy, we create meaningful, mutually-beneficial partnerships with businesses and organisations of all sizes. Working together with our partners, we can achieve measurable social impact through shared value, capacity building and cause-driven programs. When partnering with 40K, you will feel the difference you are making. Because, as a small charitable organisation, the support of our corporate and philanthropic partners is more than just a drop in the ocean. It is absolutely critical to our work in marginal communities.

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About Plus Education

Plus Education is the group operating name of registered Australian charity, The 40K Foundation Australia Ltd, and its subsidiary organisations, 40K Plus Education in India and Cambodia.

We are committed to child safety and creating a safe learning environment for children.

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Plus Education marks 10 years

This month, Plus Education officially turns 10! To commemorate the milestone and the start of our registered organisational status ten years ago in India, our CEO Swetha Prakash has penned a few words reflecting on our journey and achievements over the years.

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