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Latest Grants

  • Centre for Policy Development
    $600,000 for the Cities and Settlement Program - to enhance employment and settlement services for refugees.
  • Crusaders Union of Australia
    $3,000,000 as a matched funding incentive towards the redevelopment and expansion of the Crusaders’ Lake Macquarie camp site.
  • UNSW CHeBA
    $200,000 towards the Dementia Momentum.
  • Philanthropy Australia
    $75,000 to join Philanthropy Champions, an ambassadorial group of philanthropic leaders committed to enhancing the capacity of the philanthropic sector.
  • WeBelong Inc
    $45,000 towards the Jesus Club – a program providing support, training and resources for local churches to reach people with disabilities.