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 partners’ inspiring work.

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Maranguka, Bourke

Maranguka is a model of Indigenous self-governance guided by the Bourke Tribal Council.


Literacy for Life

$400,000 over two years to extend the ‘Yes I Can!’ community literacy campaign to Brewarrina, Walgett and Weilmoringle in far west NSW.


Queensland University of Technology

$199,622 to expand the National Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools Program to Western Sydney University.


Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation

$561,000 over three years to expand the Early Language and Literacy Program to Bowraville and Nambucca Heads, NSW


Crusaders

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


The Walter and Eliza Hall Trust

The Walter and Eliza Hall Trust was established in 1912 by Eliza Hall in memory of her husband Walter Hall. The principle aim of the Trust is to assist individuals and families experiencing financial disadvantage.


Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Centre

Employment of a Grant Writer across 12 regional centres.


Place-based

In 2011, VFFF set out to adopt a ‘strategic focus’ by supporting particular geographies through 'place-based philanthropy'.


Alpha Australia

The Alpha Australia Youth Series is an 8-10 week program designed to ease young people into the basics of Christian faith through ‘food, film and having a chat’.


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.


Growing Lachlan

Growing Lachlan began in 2014 with a request from Lachlan Shire Interagency Groups for a dedicated resource to improve communication and collaboration between services, increase service uptake and influence government funding to address local needs.


Generate Ministries

Between 2016 and 2019, VFFF provided funding of $625,000 to Generate Ministries to help grow chaplaincy in NSW public schools.


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