$100, 000 to 107 Projects via Lost Property Auction.
To seven Australian biomedical researchers via the 2017 Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Awards, including the biennial Ramaciotti Biomedical Research Award, worth $1 million, to Professor Katharina Gaus of The University of New South Wales’ School of Medical Sciences to establish the Ramaciotti Systems Microscopy Facility.
To the Snowdome Foundation over four years for a program of research at the Christine and Bruce Wilson Centre for Lymphoma Genomics.
To the work Redkite does at The Children’s Hospital in Westmead, assisting young cancer patients and their families.
To aid the renovation of Sydney Dance Company’s studios at Walsh Bay.
To examine whether increased collaboration between health and justice services can give more Australians access to the support they need.
The groups have received grants up to $20,000 to support innovative responses to issues including domestic and family violence; educational disengagement; juvenile crime; and youth unemployment across the Hunter, Central Coast and Mid North Coast regions of NSW.
The program is convened and managed by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR), with support from Philanthropy Australia, and involves the NSW government Department of Family and Community Services (FACS), the philanthropic sector and local community groups all working together.
The philanthropic partners in this program include the Snow Foundation, nib foundation, Flannery Foundation, Katz Family Foundation, Myer Family Company, Doc Ross Foundation, Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation, Sally Foundation, Greater Charitable Foundation and CAGES Foundation.
For a full list of grant recipients and projects, visit the website.
$1.1 million to support partners from across NSW to develop a range of programs that focus on improving their beneficiaries’ life outcomes.
To develop four child-friendly schools and build one brand new school in rural Battambang, Cambodia
For software enhancement to expand giving capabilities.