Our Impact

Case studies

Our greatest delight is seeing the achievements of organisations, individuals and communities supported by VFFF grants. These case studies share the impact of some of our grantees’ inspiring work.

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Weave Youth & Community Services

Weave is a community-based organisation with a deep and long-standing relationship of trust with their community.

Investing in Rural Community Futures

Imagine a funding approach that is focused on the people, the not for profit groups and networks that support rural and regional communities to thrive.


$3,000,000 as a matched funding incentive towards the redevelopment and expansion of the Crusader’s Lake Macquarie camp site.

It takes a town

It Takes a Town arose from recognition that while many years of child-centred service delivery has made a positive impact in the lives of many families, it has not been enough to arrest deepening disadvantage in the Murwillumbah region.

Australian Futures Project

$263,000 to facilitate agriculture sector engagement to identify and design three actions or innovations to support the viability of agriculture in NSW.

Primary Ethics

Primary Ethics was founded by St James Ethics Centre in 2010 after the NSW Government tasked it with delivering ethics education in primary schools.

Jesuit Social Services

$60,000 towards ‘Dropping off the Edge’, a research initiative mapping social disadvantage across Australia.

Australian Museum Trust

$108,472 over two years towards a pilot education program providing positive cultural experiences to indigenous young people in custody.


Getting a licence is a game-changer – and for some more than others. This grant established the Maranguka Driving Licensing Initiative, as part of the Justice Reinvestment work in Bourke.

Human Rights Law Centre

VFFF supported HRLC’s efforts with Indigenous partner organisations to address the over-imprisonment of Indigenous children.

Humanitarian Hub

$340,000 to coordinate volunteer management to better meet the needs of people seeking asylum in NSW.

Hastings District Respite Care

$261,214 over three years to develop and implement a new dementia service model using Montessori principles.

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