• Dietician Teresa Brown with patient Ian Shakleton
  • Fielding Menzies Tertiary Scholarships to Ormond College
  • 30 years supporting Indigenous health  and medical research
  • Harvard Scholars 2015
  • mf annual report 2014
  • Fourth Menzies Institute launched
  • Dietician Teresa Brown with patient Ian Shakleton
  • Current Fielding Menzies Scholar Jacob Creek who is studying a Bachelor of Environmental Science
  • Menzies’ Jessica Young examines Jureece Roly Gibson at the Maningrida Community Health Clinic
  • Patrick Mayoh will study a Masters in Public Policy at the John F Kennedy School of Government
  • See our Annual Report now
  • Fourth Menzies Institute launched

Scholarships

Scholarships

The Menzies Foundation supports scholarships in allied health, engineering, law, medical research and other disciplines. Learn more...

Partnerships

Partnerships

The Menzies Foundation develops partnerships with organisations that wish to invest in Australia's future. Learn more...

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Architecture transforming lives

19 August 2015

Esther Charlesworth on site in HaitiEmpowering vulnerable people and communities who may have been marginalised by poverty, conflict or natural disaster and bringing design to the places that need them the most, drives Dr Esther Charlesworth’s professional life.

The convergence of gambling and gaming

27 July 2015

SallyGainsbury2014 webHaving represented the Australian Psychological Society at Science Meets Parliament earlier this year, and with her latest research on the convergence of gambling and gaming due to be released, Dr Sally Gainsbury is scaling the heights of professional success.

Getting the big picture in water management

21 July 2015

Engineer Mahala McLindin at LulworthMahala McLindin is the 2013 Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Scholar in Engineering. She spent 2014 at the University of Oxford undertaking a masters in Water Science, Policy and Management. She will present her dissertation in Brisbane at the International Rivers Symposium in September this year.

The Menzies Foundation

As a catalyst for achievement, the Menzies Foundation's vision is to identify and promote the next generation of Australian leaders, invest in world class health research and advance initiatives of national importance.

Established in memory of Sir Robert Menzies, Australia's longest-serving Prime Minister, the Foundation is a non-political, not-for-profit organisation.