Save the Children Fund, Queensland was established in 1919 in Brisbane and runs programs throughout Queensland. It works with communities across the country, delivering programs to help disadvantaged, Indigenous, migrant and refugee children and young people reach their full potential. Save the Children Fund developed programs for children in Australia back in the 1950s.
Sources used to compile this entry: Save the Children Fund. Queensland Division., Save the Children : 90th anniversary, 1919 - 2009., Save the Children, South Brisbane, Queensland, 2009, 8 pp; Save the Children Fund (ed.), The world's children., vol. 1, no. 1, 1983-.
Prepared by: Rosemary Francis
Created: 6 July 2011, Last modified: 10 September 2014