At the Wyatt Trust, our work has always been, and always will be, focused on helping South Australians. By listening, learning, building our knowledge and working in partnership, we seek to achieve systemic change and the eradication of poverty and inequality.
The Wyatt Trust has been supporting South Australians since 1886.
With a focus on helping individuals, Wyatt has evolved its grant making practices over the years to grow its impact. The Trust has distributed over $70 million in grants which have helped more than 84,000 South Australians.Read More
6,747Individuals and households assisted through direct grants and partner grants in 2022/2023
1,616Students and their families received assistance to address education needs in 2022/2023
402Referring agencies and partner organisations utilised Wyatt funding to assist and empower South Australians in need in 2022/23
Our funding priorities
Using an evidence-led approach to grant making that combines community voice, local data and collaboration, Wyatt aims to contribute to systemic impact while challenging the beliefs that perpetuate inequality and poverty.
Pathways for Impact
Wyatt has been on a continuous journey of learning, exploring how we can be more effective in the development and delivery of our grants, and how we can deepen our impact across South Australia.
Poverty is isolating, stressful and complex. It has an impact on every aspect of life; housing, education, health, employment, access to services and supports, and the opportunity and capacity to participate in community and social activities.