Media releases: 9 June 2021
Funding awarded for 112 locally-led projects
FRRR has awarded $1,589,612 in grants for 112 projects that will help build the resilience and long-term vitality of smaller remote, rural and regional communities across Australia, through its Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) program.
The SRC program is collaboratively funded, and its broad scope enables smaller remote, rural, and regional communities to receive funding for a wide range of initiatives that are led by local people and address local needs. The awarded grants will give these rural places a boost to achieve long-term viability and vitality.
This round of SRC includes funding across three streams – Small & Vital, Larger Leverage and Bushfire Recovery grants. Grants range from $323 for first aid and snake bite kits for the Harts Range Amateur Race Club in remote Northern Territory, through to a $25,000 grant to support healing and the preservation of culture by providing the opportunity for Kullilli people to travel to Thargomindah in Queensland and be on Kullilli country to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
For regions continuing to recover and renew following the 2019/2020 bushfires, grants range from $2,500 to encourage locals to participate in recovery activities at the Maclean Spring Festival in New South Wales, through to $25,000 for the installation of local fauna sculptures that will increase connection to place and enhance public spaces in Marlow, Victoria.
Natalie Egleton, CEO of FRRR, said this round of SRC has seen rural communities across Australia seek funding for inspiring initiatives that build community resilience and support individual and community health and wellbeing at a local level.
“Many communities have been impacted by multiple disasters, including the recent flooding in NSW and parts of QLD. For these regions, economic recovery from the disasters has been severely challenged by COVID-19. For community organisations, the pandemic has hampered fundraising efforts and their capacity to provide services. Understandably, local volunteers are pretty worn out. In response, we have awarded a number of grants for projects that will relieve volunteer-fatigue and alleviate the pressures that many volunteer-led groups are dealing with.
“Rural communities gain strength and vitality when locals have places to gather and connect, so it’s not surprising that we continue to see strong demand for projects that build community resilience by investing in local community assets and infrastructure, particularly the maintenance of community halls. And, as gathering restrictions ease, we are seeing more requests for work on outdoor spaces and for community events, as people come together to strengthen community engagement and participation,” Ms Egleton said.
The Small & Vital grants stream provides funding of up to $10,000 for local initiatives that enhance the wellbeing, strength and resilience of rural communities. This round of SRC has seen 52 projects in places across all States and Territories sharing in a total of $356,342 in Small & Vital grants.
Larger Leverage grants provide funding of up to $25,000, generally for remote or very remote parts of Australia. The larger grants are intended to help overcome logistical barriers that can limit the opportunity for multifaceted projects in these regions. A total of $595,362 has been awarded to 27 projects through the Larger Leverage stream.
This round the Bushfire Recovery stream awarded a total of $637,908 in grants to 33 initiatives designed to help seed and strengthen the recovery of communities impacted by the 2019/2020 summer bushfires. Further information on these Bushfire Recovery projects is available here.
Some of the 79 Small & Vital and Larger Leverage projects awarded include:
- Cootamundra Development Corporation Limited, Cootamundra NSW – Capable Coota! – $3000 – Help volunteer organisations in Cootamundra to attract high quality executive members by providing Governance training.
- Circulanation Ltd, Borroloola NT – Indigenous Entrepreneurship Facilitators Training Manual – Language Translation – $10,000 – Support Indigenous women to develop entrepreneurship and employability through translation of facilitator’s training manual into Kriol language to enable locally-led delivery of the training program.
- MultiSkill Centre Ltd, Cloncurry QLD – Work-it-out Room – $9,910 – Improve access to social and physical wellbeing opportunities for disadvantaged youth in remote township by provision of an exercise room.
- Wudinna RSL Memorial Kindergarten, Wudinna SA – Wudinna RSL Memorial Kindergarten – $25,000 – Provide pre-school children access to safe, sun-smart outdoor educational play areas by building a permanent roof structure.
- Derwent Valley Community House Inc, New Norfolk TAS – Blair Street Community Facilities – $10,000 – Boost the use of a Community House through an upgrade of facilities.
- Barengi Gadjin Land Council Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC, Wail VIC – Educate, Regenerate and Inspire – Dalki Garringa Arboretum Biodiversity Program – $25,000 – Strengthen connection to local culture through the development of a First Nations educational project.
- Environs Kimberley, Broome WA – Strengthening the Kimberley Community Seedbank: a sustainable social enterprise – $24,995 – Build Indigenous business skills and support a sustainable bushfoods industry through establishment of two seed collecting enterprises.
The SRC program is collaboratively supported by a number of generous donors, which are listed here.
The current round is accepting applications until 24 August 2021, with funds to be awarded in December 2021.
The full list of grant recipients and their projects are below.
|AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
|Australian Outward Bound Development Fund Pty Limited
Rebuilding from the Heat
|NEW SOUTH WALES
Argents Hill Hall
Nambucca Valley Council
|Resilience Through Food and Cooking - Restoring Argents Hill Hall Kitchen
Increase local capacity to support recovery activities and increase preparedness for future disasters, through an upgrade to the kitchen at Argents Hill Hall.
|Ashby Community Centre and Public Recreation Reserve Land Manager
|Ashby Hall Reserve Solar Installation
Ensure viability, increase preparedness for future disasters and reduce the impact of climate change through the installation of a solar system for the Ashby Community Centre.
|Community College-Northern Inland Inc
|The Barraba Community News
Increase the viability of local communications post bushfires, through purchase of equipment to support publication and delivery of community newsletter.
|Habitat for Humanity Australia as the Operator of a PBI
|Safer Together: Community Bushfire Recovery and Resilience in the Blue Mountains and Southern Highlands Regions of NSW
Boost recovery and preparedness for bushfires through coordination of community rebuilding, fire reduction and educational events.
|Bobin School of Arts Incorporated
|Revamping our Kitchen to Meet Community Demand
Strengthen the capacity of Bobin Hall, a key asset throughout the Black Summer bushfires, via the second-stage upgrade of its kitchen.
|Jumbunna Community Pre-school & Early Intervention Centre Incorporated
|Bonalbo Preschool Community Strengthening
Increase community engagement and strengthen children's recovery through the installation of a natural playground and facilitating community events.
|Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens Limited
|Purchase of a Truck to do the Heavy Lifting
Increase volunteer capacity to manage botanic gardens, through purchase of a utility vehicle to transport water and materials.
|Nambucca Valley Phoenix Limited
|The Phoenix Depot - Building Community Resilience
Build community resilience, recovery and involvement through provision of a teacher, equipment and tools for the establishment of a community facility.
|Buxton Community Association Incorporated
|Toilet Block Restoration
Increase the functionality of the Buxton Hall through the upgrade of the toilet facilities, incorporating wheelchair access and a change table for families.
|Cobargo Wellness Group
|Ginger The Frog Community and Professional Arts Project – A Children's’ Bushfire Recovery Project
Enhance the recovery of youth and families in remote areas of Bega Valley and Eurobodalla Shires, through the delivery of a therapeutic arts program.
|Cooma Chamber of Commerce Incorporated
|Cooma So Much to Love
Increase promotion of Cooma region through development and delivery of the "So Much to Love" social and paid media campaign.
|Early Links Inclusion Support Service Incorporated
|Kurri Kurri - Start your Engines
Enhance delivery of supportive services to vulnerable populations following disaster, through the creation of a sensory room.
|Friends of the Labyrinth - a standing sub-committee of Kyogle Community Economic Development Committee
Kyogle Community Economic Development Committee
|Kyogle Harmony Labyrinth: A Special Place for Healing, Celebration and Personal Reflection
Ensure sustainability and build community resilience, recovery and connection through installation of an irrigation system to maintain the Kyogle Harmony Labyrinth.
|Lansdowne Hall Reserve Trust
|Ride on Mower for Lansdowne Community Hall
Reduce volunteer fatigue and increase preparedness for future fires through the purchase of a ride on mower for the Lansdowne Hall.
|Maclean Branch Country Womens Association of NSW
|Maclean Spring Festival and Scarecrow competition
Enhance a local festival and encourage participation in recovery activities, through delivery of a community scarecrow making competition.
|Tarana Volunteer Bushfire Brigade
|Fast Track Truck Driver Training
Reduce the burden on Tarana Volunteer Bushfire Brigade volunteers by providing professional HR driving lessons for 10 long term volunteers, in order for them to become fire truck drivers.
|Coleambally Townlife Committee
|Coleambally Community Garden
Grow community involvement and build resilience through the provision of a shed and fence to support the establishment of a new community garden in drought impacted Coleambally.
|RiverSmart Australia Limited
|WOW - Improving Access and Inclusion for the Elderly and Vulnerable Groups
Improving access for visitors to the Window on the Wetlands through the installation of a sensored automatic sliding door and some additional concrete pathways.
|Manning River Agricultural and Horticultural Society Taree Incorporated *
|Activity & Storage Shed
Build community connection and resilience through construction of a community meeting place.
|Small & Vital
|Berry and District Historical Society Incorporated
|Renovation of the Berry Museum's Maid's Room
Enhance community identity and awareness of local culture through upgrades to the local museum.
|Cootamundra Development Corporation Limited
Help volunteer organisations in Cootamundra to attract high quality executive members by providing Governance training.
|Australian Agricultural Centre Limited
|Host an Educational Astronomy/Agriculture/Wellbeing Event in Partnership with National Science Week 2021
Provide educational events about the links between agriculture, culture and astronomy through the delivery of the STEMConnect 2021 event for up to 1000 people.
|Kiama Community Radio Incorporated
|Equipping Kiama Community Radio Volunteer Presenters
Help Kiama Community Radio commence broadcast to their community via the purchase of technical equipment and provision of training for volunteers.
|Art Therapy to Heal Indigenous Minimbah Children
Strengthen cultural identity and improve the wellbeing of Indigenous children through the provision of art supplies, murals, recordings, dance circle and natural fibres to support a Creative Arts Therapy Program.
|Tooraweenah P. A.& H. Association Inc
|Tooraweenah Pasture Day
Strengthen community connectivity and engagement through the delivery of the Torweenah Pasture Day event.
|Woodstock Progress Association
|What's WHAT in Woodstock!
Increase community participation and encourage tourism through installation of a community noticeboard and local signage upgrades.
|NT Writers Centre Inc
|NT Writers Festival in Alice Springs, 26-29 August 2021
Encourage people to come together and celebrate story telling though hosting the NT Writers Festival.
|“Ngketya Nwernaka Ilkerta Mparetyeka”: Making Our Language Strong. Pertame Master-Apprentice Project
Retain Pertame Indigenous Language by passing down oral langauge skills with train the trainer Master-Apprentice language program for remote Arrente community.
|Yipirinya School Council Inc
|Establishing a Family/Community Centre of Engagement to Increase Access to Parents, Carers and Families Children's Education Through Building a Vibrant Aboriginal Educational Community at Yipirinya School
Increase engagement with families and broader community to build stronger educational supports for Indigenous students at Yipirinya School.
Ninti One Ltd
|Building the Capacity of the Outback Alliance
Strengthen the capacity of the Outback Alliance to advocate for Outback Australia with policy makers through resourcing and support to formally establish the entity.
|LiteHaus International Inc.
|Digital Inclusion Program - Ngukurr School
Help students to have access to technology and the internet with the purchase of fifty refurbished computers for very remote school.
|Ngaruwanajirri Facilities Upgrade
Improve Ngaruwanajirri Arts Centre’s safety by replacing wiring and switchboards and expand use of centre by upgrading air-conditioners.
|Dhilala Walu – In The Now
Enhance senior citizen health and vitality through a dance program that builds social connection and celebrates Indigenous culture.
|Small & Vital
|Indigenous Entrepreneurship Facilitators Training Manual: Language Translation
Support Indigenous women to develop entrepreneurship and employability through translation of facilitator's training manual into Kriol language to enable locally led delivery of the training program.
|Harts Range Amateur Race Club Inc
|First Aid Kits
Increase community safety with provision of first aid and snake bite kits at remote community sporting complex.
|St John Ambulance Australia (NT) Inc
|Volunteer Equipment Kit Upgrades for Katherine Rodeo and Campdraft Event Health Services
Improve safety and comply with new COVID-19 infection control guidelines by updating St John Ambulance Resuscitation First Aid Kit Bags.
|Capricorn Film Festival Inc
|SHARKO. Inspire, Connect, Assist
Support mental health recovery, engaging men through a documentary to then participate in mental health and wellbeing workshops.
|Laidley Community Centre Inc
|Improvements to Community Facility to Increase Capacity
Enhance recovery activities delivered at the Mulgowie Hall, increasing comfort and amenity through installation of air conditioning and replacement of aging picnic tables.
|Rathdowney and District Memorial Grounds Association Incorporated
|Natural Disaster Preparedness - Electrical Masterplan for Emergency Response Facilities
Enhance community activities and support community preparedness for future emergency evacuations by developing an electricity supply masterplan for the Rathdowney Memorial Grounds.
|Towers Players Inc
|Paving the way for Volunteers
Strengthen and increase community participation in the Arts by upgrading performance facilities.
|Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
|Dika-gala punu ŋali yanta-gala - ‘We are going back to Country’
Support healing and the preservation of culture through the provision of accomodation, transport and meals at inaugural Back to Country event for the Kullilli people during a NAIDOC Week.
|Royal Life Saving Society Queensland Inc
Improve safety and awareness by implementing a drowning prevention initiative across the remote Shire of Winton.
|The Youth Network NQ Inc *
|Lids4Kids Social Enterprise
Support climate resilience and economic recovery from floods and COVID-19, by contributing to machinery for the expansion of the Lids4Kids social enterprise.
|Small & Vital
|Alpha District Tourism & Development Assoc. Inc.
|History Signs for Pine Hill Cemetery and Alpha Old Cemetery
Boost economic development and tourism and enhance community identity through installing historical signage at the Pine Hill Cemetery and Alpha Old Cemetery.
|Banana Shire Community Arts Assoc Inc
|Restore, Refurbish, Revive: Reconnecting Community
Encourage social interaction and promote cultural activity by restoring the community Arts building.
|Lions Club of Cecil Plains Inc
|Portable PA System
Enhance community activities and increase access through provision of audio equipment for local Lions Club.
|MultiSkill Centre Ltd
Improve access to social and physical wellbeing opportunities for disadvantaged youth in remote township by provision of an exercise room.
|QCWA Branch Esk
|Painting Exterior of the Esk QCWA Hall Owned by ESK QCWA Branch
Increase community pride and support local recovery through refurbishment of the Esk CWA hall.
|Gympie & District Landcare Group Incorporated
Improve native flora and fauna along the Mary River through provision of a new trailer to support control of invasive weeds.
|Atherton-Herberton Historic Railway Inc
|Access for All
Expand the use of the Atherton Historic Railway through provision of an all-access pathway and ramp.
|Innisfail Community Band Incorporated
|Broadening the Performance Impact and Capability of the Innisfail Community Band
Encourage people to come together and interact as a community by providing equipment to support COVID safe music events provided by the Innisfail Community Band.
|Johnstone Region Landcare Group Inc
|Essential Equipment Upgrade for Community Group Activities
Boost volunteer support and retention through upgrading equipment and kitchen appliances for rural landcare group.
|Kalbar Progress Association Inc
|Light Up Kalbar Christmas Tree
Boost community connection and identity by installing a new outdoor Christmas tree and decorations to be displayed annually during the Kalbar Light Up Festival.
|Taabinga State School Parents and Citizens Association
|Extension of Play Area
Encourage children to be active and families to be involved in their education through improving the outdoor play area at Taabinga State School.
|QCWA Branch Abergowrie & Long Pocket
|Take Your Seat Ladies
Increase community participation and amenity through the provision of new seating at the community hall.
|Monto State Primary School P&C Association
|Building a Love of Reading in Childhood School Based Project
Increase student engagement and learning outcomes by providing new reading materials at Monto State Primary School.
|North Burnett Community Service Inc.
|Mundubbera Community Garden Group
Encourage community resilience and involvement through forming a community garden group; including establishment of a garden, launch and a series of events.
|Peak Crossing State Primary School P & C Association
|Production of Commemorative Book to Mark the 150th Anniversary of Opening of Peak Crossing State Primary School and Restoration of a World War I Honour Board Destroyed in a Fire
Enhance community identity and improve educational outcomes through publishing a commemorative book and restoring honour board to celebrate 150 years of Peak Crossing State Primary School.
|Theodore Early Childhood Centre Association Inc.
|Xtreme 1 Servo Bulls N Barrels Bonanza 2021 by Theodore Early Childhood Centre, Supply of Ambulance, Security, Lighting and ATM Onsite for Event
Encourage community connection and support economic recovery by providing safety, security and other event enhancements for the “Bulls N Barrels Bonanza” annual community event.
|Advance Kingscote Progress Association
|Igniting Kingscote Through Art
Enhance economic and social recovery, through installation of silo art attraction at the entrance of Kingscote.
|Kingscote Mens Shed Inc
|Connection Through Activity for Men Living on Kangaroo Island
Increase opportunities to support local connectedness and social recovery, through restoration of a local historic Wharf Trolley.
|Foodbank of South Australia Inc
|Foodbank SA Bush Fire Zone Food Relief Program
Increase access to food for disaster impacted residents, through supporting Foodbank SA to purchase additional supplies.
|Wudinna RSL Memorial Kindergarten
|Wudinna RSL Memorial Kindergarten
Provide pre-school children access to safe, sun-smart outdoor educational play areas by building a permanent roof structure.
|Small & Vital
|Cradock Heritage Group
The Flinders Ranges Council
|Cradock Memorial Garden Bore Water Treatment
Encourage people to come together by enhancing an outdoor community space.
|Cummins Community Garden
Cummins Memorial Recreation Centre Inc
|Cummins Community Garden - Social Hub
Encourage community wellbeing and engagement by enhancing facilities.
|Joanna Community Hall Inc
|Renovation Rescue - Joanna Hall Kitchen
Boost the use of a community hall through the upgrade of a kitchen and improving facilities.
|Regional Development Australia Yorke and Mid North Inc
|Peterborough Community Enterprises - Retail Coffee and Training for the Community Bakery
Support youth engagement and skill development by initiating a social enterprise that will deliver workforce training.
|Country Life Compassion
Support volunteer skill development by delivering a training workshop designed to enhance community engagement.
|Walker Flat and District Progress Association Inc
|Purchase of Tipper Trailer
Improve the organisation’s ability to support and service the community through the purchase of a fit for purpose trailer to be used for conservation and recycling programs.
|Impression Bay Community Development Association Inc
|Opening up Access to the Premaydena Heritage Garden
Encourage people in the community to access a heritage garden through the construction of an all-abilities pathway.
|Small & Vital
|King Island Natural Resource Management Group Inc
|Website Rebuild and Refresh
Strengthen community connection to the natural environment and provide conservation information through the development of a website.
|George Town Neighbourhood House Inc
Improve access to healthy food and educational activities by developing a community garden project.
|Derwent Valley Community House Inc
|Blair Street Community Facilities
Boost the use of a Community House through an upgrade of facilities.
|Wynyard Volunteer Marine Rescue
Surf Life Saving in Tasmania Inc
|Expansion of First Aid Capabilities at Wynyard Volunteer Marine Rescue
Improve community safety and wellbeing through expansion of training and lifesaving equipment.
|Gippsland East Local Learning & Employment Network
|Learn at the Hub
Increase access to skill development and training that supports employment, through engaging a coordinator to initiate programs at the newly established Bairnsdale Hub.
|The Beechworth Chaingang Inc
|Beechworth Mountain Bike Park Trail Expansion Feasibility Study and Plan
Increase local volunteer capacity to progress expansion of bike trails around Beechworth through development of a feasibility plan.
|Bemm River Mens Shed
Bemm River Progress and Improvement Association Inc
|Bemm River Mens Shed Upgrade - Toilet and Kitchen
Boost community recovery and connection via upgrades to the Men's Shed toilet and kitchen facilities.
|Corryong & District Memorial Public Hall Inc
|Steps to Renewal
Increase local pride and connection to place through repairs to the historic stair case at Corryong hall.
|Destination Gippsland Ltd
Strengthen economic recovery and social engagement in bushfire affected communities through event coaching.
|Mallacoota and District Business and Tourism Association Inc
|Connecting Business Owners
Increase capacity and capability of local businesses to recover post-Black Summer bushfires through training and networking activities.
|Mallacoota and District Historical Society Inc
|Native Bush Food Walk
Increase connection to place and restore the local environment, through establishment of a native bush food walk around the Mallacoota Museum.
|Marlo Ratepayers and Residents Association
|Snowy Estuary Sculptures
Increase connection to place and enhance public spaces, through the installation of local fauna sculptures in public spaces.
Improve facilities that support local connectedness and delivery of activities through, upgrade inadequate infrastructure at Moyhu Recreation Reserve.
|Upper Gundowring Recreation Rooms Inc A 8466
|Upgrades to Upper Gundowring Hall
Improve the accessibility and amenity of the community meeting place via upgrades to the community hall.
|Mission Possible: A Sustainable New Home for Bendigo Foodshare
Enhance food security and wellbeing of communities through the installation of renewable energy at the Foodshare warehouse.
|Central Highlands Rural Health
|Beds Ain't Beds
Improve comfort and safety for aged care residents through the provision of specialised beds.
|Darlingford Upper Goulburn Nursing Home
|Living Well in the Fourth Age - Comfort, Dignity and Connections
Boost the health and wellbeing of nursing home residents and respite patients by purchasing specialised diagnostic and mobility equipment.
|Zoe Support Australia
|The Wheels on the Bus Go Round & Round
Improve access to educational and social programs for young mothers and their children by providing a reliable transport service via the purchase of a vehicle.
|Mumbannar Recreation Reserve
|Renew the Loo Stage 4
Encourage greater access to a community gathering space by providing an all abilities bathroom and accessible entrance ramp.
|Redbank Public Hall Reserve Committee of Management
|Water Storage for Township Bushfire Protection
Increase preparedness for future disaster events through the installation of a water tank.
|Woods Farming & Heritage Museum Inc.
|Cooling and Heating for our Future
Boost the use and comfort of a community museum through the installation of a climate control system
|Tarwin Lower Mechanics Institute Committee of Management Inc
|Tarwin Lower Hall Rejuvenation
Support connectivity and community engagement through the upgrade of weatherboards at a well utilised hall.
|Barengi Gadjin Land Council Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
|Educate, Regenerate and Inspire - Dalki Garringa Arboretum Biodiversity Program
Strengthen connection to local culture through the development of a First Nations educational project.
|Small & Vital
|Digital Literacy Skills Program for Seniors - Be Connected
Improve connections and skills in older people by providing a digital literacy hub and training.
|Kooyoora Women's Network Inc
|Bridgewater Railway Station - Community Food Garden
Foster knowledge and improve access to healthy food by establishing a community garden precinct.
|Bridgewater On Loddon
|The Pebble Church Heritage Association Inc
|Rain Water Tank Project
Encourage the expanded use of a community venue through the installation of a water tank.
|Health Futures Australia Ltd
|S.H.I.F.T Healthy Lunch Kitchen
Enhance food security for school children via new kitchen equipment to produce healthy lunches.
|Kooreh Soldiers Memorial Hall Committee
St Arnaud Community Resource Centre Inc
|2021 Kooreh Soldiers Memorial Hall External Painting Upgrade
Expand the use of the community hall and preserve the facility by painting the hall exterior.
|Maldon Museum and Archives Association Inc
|Delivering our History
Increase volunteer capacity by investing in shared community equipment.
|Gippsland Employment Skills Training Inc
|Digital Literacy and Call Centre Customer Service Training Upgrade
Expand employment opportunities for job seekers by purchasing technology for digital literacy training.
|Moorngag Public Hall and Recreation Reserve
|Painting and Heating of Community Hall
Encourage people to come together by improving the comfort and amenity of a public hall.
|The Scout Association of Australia Victorian Branch
|Projector and Screen
Support lifelong learning and skills in younger people through the purchase of audio-visual equipment for training and educational activities.
|Rupanyup Public Hall Committee
|Rupanyup Hall Curtain Replacement
Strengthen community connection and engagement through improvements to a well utilised public hall.
|Sandy Point Community Power
|Purchase and Installation of Energy Storage Batteries at the Sandy Point Community Centre
Boost safety and disaster preparedness by installing a solar battery storage system at the local community centre.
|Trentham Neighbourhood Centre Inc
|Trentham Youth Group - Creating Emerging Community Leaders
Encourage youth engagement and improve social wellbeing by establishing a youth group.
|Strengthening the Kimberley Community Seedbank: a Sustainable Social Enterprise
Build Indigenous business skills and support a sustainable bushfoods industry through establishment of two seed collecting enterprises.
|Kununurra Agricultural Society Inc
|Heads Up and Smile, it's Showtime!
Build a healthy, connected community via children's activities and workshops that increase attendance and encourage more local involvement in the local Agricultural Show.
|Small & Vital
|Augusta & Districts Community Childcare Centre Inc.
|Improve the Educational Resources of our Community Childcare Centre for 0-12 year olds, with a Unique Focus on Intergenerational Activities and Nature Play
Grow enrichment opportunities for early childhood development by providing nature based play equipment at new and only long day care childcare service in Augusta.
|Kununurra Toy & Puzzle Library
|Toy Rejuvenation Project 2021
Support rejuvenation toy library's favourite toys, reducing landfill, with purchase of tools and equipment for toy fixing and repairs program.
|Lake Grace CWA
|Refurbishment of CWA Lake Grace
Expand the use of local facilities and improve ambience and comfort of CWA Hall with refurbishment of building.
|Meaningful Engagement for Youth in Remote Indigenous Communities
Build school engagement through delivery of interactive bicycle re-building program that helps students master technical prowess, engineering, mathematics and physical skills.
|Yiyili, Mueller Ranges
|* These grants align to specific donor preferences.