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St Martins recognises the barriers to the arts 

St Martins acknowledges the barriers to the arts that exist for many young people that arise from:

  • Disability and neurodivergence,
  • Cultural and linguistic differences,
  • Economic or educational disadvantage.

St Martins aims for all of our programs to be accessed by the broadest reach of young people possible. As such, we offer yearly financial scholarships (both partial and full) to eligible applicants. These can be reviewed and extended if required. 

Thanks to the City of Melbourne’s Community Inclusion Grants Program we are able to offer additional scholarships throughout 2024 for those living in the City of Melbourne.
Thanks to the City of Darebin’s Community Grants Program we are able to offer additional scholarships for Term 1 and 2 of 2024 for those living in the City of Darebin.
Our 2024 Scholarship program is also supported by The Crawley Clinic.



How to Apply/Application Form

If you/your young person would like to be considered for one of our inclusion scholarships, please fill in the online form below. 

If you prefer to talk, please call us on (03) 9867 2477 

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, you can contact us via the National Relay Service. 

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