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Shelling out for education

SHELL Australia has announced increased funding to support education across Australia.
Over the next three years the company plans to give $15 million across 23 organisations supported under its social investment program; 10 of these operate in Western Australia, including the David Wirrpanda Foundation and the ICEA Foundation.

Shell Australia is focused on supporting education through its social investment program – particularly in science and technology – through national and state and territory initiatives. Shell country chair Ann Pickard said education was critical to opening up choices in life.

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