Bushfire Recovery

Kids Fund was founded on the belief Aussie kids – no matter their circumstance – should receive equal opportunity to flourish in a world increasingly driven by technology.


In the wake of the devastating bushfires, there are a lot of classrooms and kids in our communities that are without access to essential learning tools and technology. As these communities were starting on the road to recovery, they were hit with unprecedented social distancing measures, shifting kids learning environments from school to home, despite many not having the technology required. More than ever before, kids in regional communities need our help.


HP is committed to helping kids and their families remain connected in such a challenging time. 


This year, HP has provided over $400,000 of new school technology to not only help kids but also communities recover and rebuild.