Launch of the Concordis Social Inclusion Trust
In 2015, four Barossa wineries established the Concordis program in partnership with Foundation Barossa. The program included a collaborative winemaking project between Kaesler Wines, Seppeltsfield, Torbreck and Two Hands Wines. Proceeds from Concordis wine sales would provide the opportunity for the wineries to give back to the community that has given them so much. To date, four vintages of Concordis have been released and sales have generated significant funds to support our community.

Recently the program was broadened to become the Concordis Social Inclusion Trust.

While we know that the Barossa is a prosperous region, there is evidence that issues impacting social inclusion affect many in our community. These challenges include homelessness, mental health, domestic violence and disability.

The Concordis Social Inclusion Scholarships will provide annual education scholarships to applicants with an area of disadvantage who want to study at TAFE or university. This study will create a pathway to address disadvantage. The scholarships will cover the cost of courses and associated study

Applications are open until November 30 2019

You can read more about, and apply for the Concordis Social Inclusion Scholarships here.