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binary option 200 bonus In the last four years, VFFF has sought to increase its impact and improve its philanthropic practice through a number of strategic initiatives. The first of these is a Place-based Program, begun in 2011 which supports Condobolin to bring about the social outcomes they seek for their community. VFFF commenced a Children and Prison Program in 2013, through which the foundation aims to contribute to reducing the over-representation of Aboriginal children in the justice system. Social Impact Investment is the newest strategic program, supporting the growth of the available pool of ‘impact first’ investment opportunities.

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Latest Grants

  • The Australian Centre for Social Innovation
    $441,900 to develop a regional capability building model with the key people and initiatives VFFF works with in Lachlan Shire, Dubbo and Bourke.
  • Lower Lachlan Community Services
    $248,776 over two years to continue the Growing Lachlan initiative into implementation - driving action on addressing the community priorities identified in the Growing Lachlan research and consultation.
  • The Northcott Society
    $186,416 over three years of therapeutic support and staff capacity building to support up to 20 students at Jarjum College, Redfern.
  • Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre
    $48,250 towards IGNITE - A program for disengaged high school students in the Illawarra region that provides training and support for transitioning to the workforce or higher education.
  • Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal
    $20,000 to support applications from communities to implement the ideas developed by young people at the 2017 Heywire Regional Youth Summit.
  • Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Advancement Group
    $23,650 to employ a grant writer across a group of 12 Neighbourhood Centres in the Hunter, Newcastle and Lake Macquarie area.