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Latest Grants

  • The Girls and Boys Brigade
    $426,000 towards the Strategic Fundraising Resources Project, nurturing a fundraising culture and implementing a fundraising team to ensure success.
  • Alpha Australia
    $240,000 over three years towards the expansion of the Alpha Australia Youth Series, helping young people explore and discuss Christian faith.
  • Outward Bound Australia
    $124,520 in capacity building support, for the development of Outward Bound's community work.
  • Schools Industry Partnership
    $50,000 towards the Western Sydney expansion of Inspiring the Future, connecting schools with volunteers from the world of work.
  • Phunktional
    $30,000 towards Beyond the Walls, empowering young people in custody through Community Arts and Cultural Development.
  • Australian Council of Social Service
    $50,000 towards Raise the Rate, a campaign to increase the Newstart Allowance, which has not increased in real terms in 24 years.