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The workshops will support participants' mental health and wellbeing by reducing isolation and providing tools for residents to build resilience, connect and feel a sense of optimism. At Australia Post, we understand that when people in communities connect, they feel better. That’s why we’re helping organisations in every state and territory create meaningful connections to support mental health in their local community. We’ve awarded grants of up to $10,000 to 76 projects across Australia that connect individuals and communities to improve mental health and wellbeing.
Regional artists, arts workers, and organizations can apply for arts and cultural projects that encourage community participation and engage people living in regional and remote communities. Community Tucker Bush is a community led project that connects Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Community Service Opportunity Fund people to plan and create a native garden trail. The project aims to improve mental health outcomes decrease social isolation through the sharing of cultural knowledge. Walk&Talk will connect older people from a refugee background through a series of monthly walking activities.

Socialising Men In Our Community is an outreach program to connect with isolated men in the St Clair community. The project will identify men at-risk of isolation and invite them to a fortnightly BBQ to connect with their peers, have a space to meet regularly and form new social connections. G'day Mate BBQ is a regular event for local men to connect and build informal networks of support. The project aims to connect participants to reduce feelings of isolation, enhance coping skills and help-seeking behaviours and bolster self-esteem.
Mentors will support mentees to achieve mental health related goals, facilitating friendships and supporting participants' self-esteem and wellbeing. Community Connections for Mental Health & Wellbeing is a wellbeing program focussed on promoting mindfulness, movement, meditation and connection to community to support participants’ mental health and social connectedness. Health Literacy Knowledge is a series of workshops to increase awareness of issues which impact both physical and mental health. The project will support participants' increased confidence and understanding of mental wellbeing. Tea Stories Town Stories is a series of fortnightly morning teas for seniors experiencing social isolation.

It is an opportunity to create real connections between the people in your community. It’s about building bridges between those who are experiencing disadvantage and those more fortunate, and creating opportunities for people of diverse backgrounds and situations to learn from one another and help each other. Grants from the fund promote the interests and welfare of residents of the Gulf Area Community by supporting programs and initiatives that encourage educational, health, cultural and social development. Projects must service the communities of Burke Shire Council, Carpentaria Shire Council, Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire Council and Mornington Shire Council.
The Ian Potter Foundation makes grants nationally to support charitable organisations working to benefit the community across a wide range of sectors and endeavours. A percentage of gaming profits in Tasmania is paid into the Community Support Levy through which grants are made to assist sport and recreation clubs and charitable organisations. The Department of State Growth provides loans and grants to businesses and individuals to support professional and sector development. The Celebrating Multicultural Queensland Grants Program provides funding to events and projects that promote cultural diversity and inclusiveness in the community. The Queensland Government offers funding programs to sport and recreation organisations, and artists and art organisations. Grants are available for a wide range of groups and projects including volunteers, sporting groups, community infrastructure and multicultural events.
He has 10 years' experience as a business journalist and worked at PwC, auditing and advising financial services companies. Trent has over 20 years plus financial services experience across accounting, corporate recovery, investment banking and asset management. Previously, Head of Corporate Finance for Ord Minnett and most recently, Managing Director of Aura Capital part of Aura Group, a boutique Asia Pacific alternative asset manager. Learn about each step of the GCBF funding process, from application to completion using the online grants portal.

Funding can be used to cover anything that assists you to support older Australians to gain digital skills, including new devices, broadband fees, or expenses for digital mentors and volunteers. All projects undertaken through this grant program need to be completed within 12 months of commencement. Funding of up to $10,000 is available for projects that seek to address poverty or disadvantage within their local communities. Funding is provided for projects that assist people in positions of influence with young people to positively engage with them on topics of diversity, inclusion and social cohesion .
Organisations must be Australian based with the initiative delivered within Australia that is focused on the health and wellbeing of women and girls. The CPA Program comprises four compulsory subjects, including Ethics and Governance, Strategic Management Accounting, Financial Reporting, Global Strategy and Leadership and two elective subjects. It is a flexible distance-learning program that you can complete at your own pace with a range of interactive online study tools, as well as benefit from study groups.

Since its establishment in 2017, the Impact Fund has distributed nearly $2 million to over 30 national projects that are working on some of the boldest solutions to our country’s biggest issues. The Australian Taxation Office has advised that a scam email has been reported which claims to be sent from the myGov Customer Care Team. The email asks people to update their myGov or myGovID details via a link in the email. The link goes to a fake myGov login page designed to steal personal information, including passport and driver’s licence details. Delivering simpler, consistent and streamlined government grants to the Australian community.
NIB Foundation Health Smart Grants support registered Australian charities that specialise in health promotion and primary prevention, and have a track record of empowering people to be Health Smart in their day-to-day lives. Preference will be given to initiatives that are inclusive and relevant for youth and young adult audiences. Successful applications will be for projects that draw on a strong evidence base to build health literacy, helping people to access, understand and use health information to positively impact their health and well-being . Community Fund is a grant program that provides funding to not-for-profit community groups and organisations.
This aims to reduce energy use, improve energy productivity and reduce carbon emissions. Community-based not-for-profit organisations, local councils and school Parent and Friends and Citizens associations are advised to check eligibility requirements and application recommendations to apply. The NAB Foundation is currently inviting applications for Community Grants that assist communities to prepare for natural disasters, support long-term recovery and build resilience to future disasters. Employers can make an online application through QGrants after the eligible employee completes four weeks of continuous paid employment.

Therefore, to support our colleagues in developing nations, the ASLIA Creating Opportunities Fund was established in 2007. We proudly wear the livery of one of the world’s most recognisable brands and believe we have a positive role to play in meeting growing energy demand around the world as well as committing to the communities in which we operate. In Australia, bp donates hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding and fuel to community organisations every year. A budget is the part of the application form that contains financial details details of your project/event – income and expenses. The grantmaker usually provides a budget template for you in the application form and it will have two columns, income and expenses. In a budget, the total figure of your income must be the same figure as the total of your expenses.
Each financial year the Logan City Council allocates a budget for the Community Benefit Fund to meet requests for financial help from eligible organisations for a community purpose. This year the amounts budgeted for use by each councillor is $13,079 for Council Divisions 1 to 12. The Pride Foundation is seeking applications from existing or new peer-led support groups for LGBTIQA+ refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia.

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