Via the Social Innovation Fund Community Strengthening and Engagement Program for Planning Taster’s Future, evelopment of a social enterprise business plan and implementation plan and provision of seed funding to advance opportunities for young people within the estates to access a sustainable training and enterprise facility, and to engage in meaningful vocational activities.
Via the Social Innovation Fund Community Strengthening and Engagement Program for Community Works, a new service collaboration model focussed on training and employment outcomes through seeding social enterprises and developing leadership and governance skills for youth in the Tolland, Ashmont and Kooringal Hubs.
For the Road to Respite program to transport the children in regional areas with life-threatening medical conditions to the Very Special Kids Hospice, where they will be provided with specialised 24-hour nursing care free-of-charge.
For services to support Queenslanders impacted by Huntington’s disease.
For the conduct of breast cancer clinical trials research to save and improve the lives of people affected by breast cancer.
For the ELIMINATE clinical trial, which aims to shrink large breast cancer tumours; and the OlympiA clinical trial, which aims to provide a new treatment option for people diagnosed with breast cancer.
To encourage initiatives that help to build vibrant and sustainable rural communities.
New discretionary trust focusing on STEM education in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
For an O-Arm Scanner, which enables surgeons to scan patients while they are in the middle of surgery and produces highly detailed 3-D 360-degree images.
To help rural children and their families to access quality educational experiences via the Back to School voucher program. More than 11,000 children will receive $50 vouchers that are redeemable at either Target or select local retailers for items necessary to start the school year.