To provide life-changing career mentoring for young women aged 16 and 17 from Sydney’s girls refuges.
For medium to long-term recovery projects in rural and regional areas affected by Cyclone Debbie and the subsequent flooding.
Towards construction of a state-of-the-art Skills Development Hub to tackle job shortages in Melbourne’s west.
To establish the Ma & Morley Scholarship Program to equip and develop the next generation of socially conscious Australian leaders in the global environment.
For the Building Death Literacy: New Conversations, Innovative Practices project.
For the Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration: Improving the Lives of Older People.
For the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre.
To support nonprofit community groups deliver positive local education, environment, social welfare, community wellbeing, health, arts and culture outcomes as part of FRRR’s Small Grants for Rural Communities.
For the October project grant round, including $3 million in support for 141 individuals and groups, and $2.8 million for 43 small-to-medium organisations.
To support design and development of social media strategies for ten WA non-profit organisations.