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Girls from Oz (g-oz) is our philanthropic arm which provides innovative, performing arts education programs to young people who might otherwise be unable to access these experiences due to economic, geographic or residential limitations. Our current program is focussed on engaging Indigenous girls and young women from the remote towns of Halls Creek and Carnarvon, WA, where we are aiming to create education, training and employment pathways.

Visit the g-oz website for the latest news and to find out how you can support this program.

The AGC is proud to be Youth Ambassadors for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Our choristers participate in over ten events each year that raise money for research into the prevention, detection and treatment of breast cancer.  A highlight of our relationship is our participation in the Mother’s Day Classic walk, where hundreds of our choristers and families dress in pink and take part in this wonderful fundraising event!

Visit the NBCF website for further information or to make a donation. 

Scholarship Program 

We are extremely grateful to have the support of a number of generous personal and professional associates who provide scholarships to selected members from the Performing Choir. Thank you to the following donors for their ongoing support and contribution in recognising young talent: 
Barbara Wood, Chong Lim, Christine Anu, Commercial Video Productions, Comvergence, DANII Meads-Barlow Foundation, Dolphin IT, Fashion Clubwear, Katrina Vanin, Les Gock, Michelle Rodrigues, Peter Jones Special Events, Proctor Major, Richard McKellar Design and Smith & Hope.

AGC 30th Anniversary AGC 30th Anniversary

In 2014 the AGC celebrated 30 years of inspiring girls across the country.


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