There has been a huge increase in what schools are calling Experiential Learning over the past few years, students going out and ‘experiencing’ what they are learning in the classroom firsthand. While this may result in benefits for more than just the student, this isn’t necessarily built into the experience. Contributional Learning on the other hand builds opportunities into the curriculum that are set up specifically to benefit multiple parties, to provide a learning opportunity for students by engaging them in projects that the community needs and which will benefit that project. They are using that time to contribute positively to the world around them in multiple ways. This results in many different types of learning for all parties and uses student’s time in a way that is important for the current, and future realisation of Sustainable Development Goals.