United Future Foundation has already received positive media coverage across a range of publications. We are very excited to continue getting the message out there and raise awareness and support throughout the Australian community.
You can find links to articles below and read all about UFF’s activities and the response to their work in Australia.
Uganda school dream to become reality for Mosman resident – Annabelle Chauncy
30 April 2010
Annabelle featured in her local newspaper, the Mosman Daily, in the lead up to the Black Tie & Barefoot Ball. Read more...
From Kellyville to Uganda to build a school - Dave Everett
20 November 2009
Dave has once again received great publicity for UFF from his local newspaper, the Hills Shire Times. Read more...
William Clarke College Success Story - Dave Everett
20 October 2009
Dave's former school, William Clarke College, has featured his work in Africa on their website. Congratulations to Dave on this excellent recognition of his acheivements. Read more...
Winner Marie Claire Garnier Take Care Awards - Annabelle Chauncy
3 September 2009
Annabelle Chauncy won the Marie Claire Garnier Take Care Award, receiving a prize of $10,000 which will kick-start UFF’s fundraising campaign for the education centre. You can read more about Annabelle on the Marie Claire website.
School dream comes alive - Annabelle Chauncy, The Southern Highlands News
25 September 2009
Annabelle speaks to her local newspaper, The Southern Highlands News, about her dreams and plans for UFF. Read more...
Help needed to build a school - Dave Everett, The Hills News
8 September 2009
Dave got a great write up in his local paper, The Hills News, about UFF's new 'Buy a Brick' campaign and their recent launch. Read more...
Winner - 2009 Chinese Lions Humanitarian Scholarship
In early 2009, Annabelle Chauncy was awarded the Sydney Chinese Lions Humanitarian Scholarship. The scholarship, awarded by the The Lions Club of Sydney Chinese, encourages and recognises humanitarian work done by university students. This year the work performed by candidates included volunteer work for local charities such as Australian Red Cross, Mission Australia, St John’s Ambulance, St Vincent de Paul Society, Cancer Council, Oxfam and overseas work in Uganda, South Africa, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia and others. You can read about the scholarship and the other finalists in The Lions Club press release available here.