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In 2018 we embarked on a Theory of Change process to better understand how change occurs for individuals and households we seek to assist, and how we can best support, encourage and serve South Australians in need.

Using our Theory of Change as a foundation Wyatt works to challenge inequality and eradicate poverty for South Australians by providing support in three targeted funding streams: Direct Grants, Partnership Grants and Insight Grants. 

Eligibility

Wyatt’s Trust Deed requires that Wyatt grants are attributable to individuals who meet the following eligibility criteria

are on a low income and are experiencing financial hardship;

and

are South Australian residents and have spent at least five years in SA.

In 2020 - 2021 our grants achieved
390
PEOPLE DEVELOPED THEIR WORK SKILLS OR WERE SUPPORTED IN PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT
1,740
STUDENTS AND FAMILIES ACCESSED ASSISTANCE TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT IN EDUCATION
1,089
PEOPLE WORKED WITH A FINANCIAL COUNSELLOR OR PARTICIPATED IN MONEY MANAGEMENT LEARNING TO INCREASE THEIR ABILITY TO MANAGE THEIR FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS
466
HOUSEHOLDS WERE ASSISTED TO ENTER OR MAINTAIN STABLE HOUSING
In 2020 - 2021 our grants achieved
390
PEOPLE DEVELOPED THEIR WORK SKILLS OR WERE SUPPORTED IN PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT
1,740
STUDENTS AND FAMILIES ACCESSED ASSISTANCE TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT IN EDUCATION
1,089
PEOPLE WORKED WITH A FINANCIAL COUNSELLOR OR PARTICIPATED IN MONEY MANAGEMENT LEARNING TO INCREASE THEIR ABILITY TO MANAGE THEIR FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS
466
HOUSEHOLDS WERE ASSISTED TO ENTER OR MAINTAIN STABLE HOUSING