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Latest Grants

  • Desert Pea Media
    $132,000 towards Ngemba Ngurra: Light of the Ngemba people - a series of four music-based workshops over 12 months with Indigenous young people at Bourke High School
  • Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia
    $300,000 over three years towards operational costs to promote the importance of primary industries among students and teachers
  • St Francis Social Services
    $340,000 over three years for The Humanitarian Hub - an Alliance between four agencies to build volunteering capacity to meet the needs of people seeking asylum
  • Weave Youth & Community Services
    $362,965 over three years for Creating Futures Justice Project, a prison release program to reduce recidivism rates of young people in Sydney's inner South East communities
  • Bourke and District Children's Services
    $28,000 to rejuvenate the childcare outdoor play area at Bourke and District Children's Services.
  • Bowen Community Technology and Homework Centre
    $20,000 towards operational costs of the Bowen Community Technology and Homework Centre.
  • The Nawarddeken Academy
    $49,434 towards The Nawarddeken Academy - a school for Kabulwarnamyo in west Arnhem Land.
  • McLean Care
    $50,000 to establish the Northern Inland Aged Care Alliance, an initiative to build sustainable not-for-profit aged care services in regional NSW communities.
  • NewLife Anglican Church Oran Park
    $46,564 towards the employment of a kids, youth and families Pastor at NewLife Anglican Church Oran Park.
  • Philanthropy Australia
    $25,000 towards the Philanthropy Austalia and National Australia Bank matched funding program, to build the capacity of not-for-profits in impact investing.