Sandy Mein

Sandy Mein
31/10/1967 – 17/9/2014


Donations

Would you like to donate to the Sandy Mein Scholarship Fund?

Donations to the Fund can be made by:

Cheque – Made out to Wyndham Community and Education Centre.

Bank Deposit – Account name: Wyndham Community and Education Centre, BSB: 063 541, Account No. 00900734. Please indicate that payment is for the Sandy Mein Scholarship Fund.

Cash – At the administration office of Wyndham Community and Education Centre, 3 Princes Highway, Werribee.

Credit Card – At the administration office of Wyndham Community and Education Centre, 3 Princes Highway, Werribee or by phoning (03) 9742 4013.


Wyndham Community and Education Centre (Wyndham CEC) will cover all associated costs, eg. administration costs and bank charges. This means that ALL monies donated to the Fund will be distributed to selected young students who need extra financial support while they are enrolled at Wyndham CEC.

As Wyndham CEC is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR), all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Please supply your name, postal address or email address and a receipt will be sent out to you. If paying directly to the bank, your details can be sent via our contact page and a receipt will be sent out to you.

In accordance with the Australian Tax Office record keeping requirements for DGRs, Wyndham CEC maintains adequate accounting and other records to verify that donations to the fund are used only for the principal purpose of the fund.

In accordance with Australian Accounting Standards, Wyndham CEC’s financial records are independently audited on an annual basis.


Sandy Mein was an inspirational and well respected teacher at Wyndham Community and Education Centre Inc.


Sandy taught in Wyndham CEC’s youth re-engagement programs and adult English language classes.


Sandy sadly passed away in September, 2014.


Through Sandy’s parents and family, a generous scholarship fund has been established to assist young students facing hardship and barriers to education to complete their secondary schooling at Wyndham CEC.

 

Proudly sponsored by:

 

Vertech Hume www.vertechhume.com.au, a local Wyndham business has agreed to corporate sponsorship of the scholarship fund for the next five years.

 

Vertech Hume

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Please read the tributes from Sandy’s students and colleagues below.

 

Some of many tributes from students and staff of Wyndham CEC after Sandy’s death.

 

Sandy, you left too early, bro. Thank you for everything you have done for me. You are beyond the best teacher I’ve had, like you were always there for me. I will forever be thinking of you. When I heard I was so upset. You will always be in my heart. Rest easy my brother.

Student.

   

Sandy, I can’t even begin to put into words what you meant to me. The bond that was there was priceless. I will never forget what you have done for me and I will always be grateful. You weren’t just a teacher, you were a friend. Most of all you were my family. You will always be in my heart, I’ll see you again one day brother, I love you and miss you.

Student.

 

 

Sandy, I still can’t believe you’re gone, it was just the other day we were joking around. I wish you knew the impact you made on me alone, you changed my way of thinking. Because of you I have faith. You made me believe that I can make the impossible possible. You are a great man. You are and always will be in my heart, I wish it wasn’t your time. RIP Sandy, all my love.

Student.

   

Sandy my man, To-day the school is silent, but for the sound of our tears. Your death was one of our greatest of fears. It wasn’t your time to go. All of us, your friends, your family, are crying NO NO NO. I was heartbroken when I was told.

Student.

 

Sandy. You were so loving and caring. You always gave a hand. Not only a teacher, but a friend. We could always count on you to be there. God came and took you away. So for the time being, till one day we meet again, you are always in our heart. You wonderful man.

Student.

 

Sandy, you embodied the type of educator who saw the kids, heard their words, encouraged their ideas, met their expectations, laughed with them and shared their grief. I knew not about the passion from your words, as you covered for me in my illness. I know from the lips of the students, from the tears they have shed in your absence. Sandy, you found your place, at home with a bunch of kids that needed someone like you to see them flourish. Though you left far too soon, I can only but smile that the last moments were great, meaningful, proud and happy times.

Staff member.