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This is MCRAG's first round of grants for our communities medium to longterm recovery. If you would like to be kept up to date with when the next round will be open email and register with our executive officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant Round 4 Opened October 2016
GRANT ROUND OPENED TUESDAY 4th OCTOBER 2016 ROUND CLOSES 31st December 2016 Application to be...
Round 1 - Upper Plenty Primary School - Engaging Our Students with the Community Through Integration of Art.
This project involves the creation of a living sculpture, incorporating elements of native plants...
Round 1 - Reedy Creek Progress Association - Look How Far We've Come Event
Bushfire memorial day - to embrace the community in acknowledging how far we have come since...
Round 1 - Nexus - Deb Ball for All
The Black Saturday bushfires in February 2009 and the post-fire recovery period...
Round 1 - Women's Wellbeing and Connectedness in Mitchell Project
Some women who were affected by the Black Saturday bushfires are now feeling isolated as a result...
Round 1 - Kilmore Hospital - My Life, Your Life, My Community, Our Community Photographic Project
The staff; residents living at Caladenia Nursing Home and Dianella Hostel; family; friends;...
Round 1 - Cast Off Craft
A weekly evening craft group for women in the fire-affected community of Mitchell, providing an...
Round 1 - Broadford Secondary College - Parents As Partners
The "Parents As Partners" Project which is for Broadford Secondary College to host a facilitated...
Round 1 - Broadford Primary School - Breakfast Program
The Breakfast Program will invite children who were impacted by the 2009 bushfires, as well as...
Round 1 - Broadford Primary - Art Therapy Program
To run an Art Therapy program for children age 9-13 in Mitchell Shire, focusing on fire affected...
Round 1 - Rivers and Rangers Community Leadership Program
Community Leadership Programs (CLPs) have a long-standing and sound reputation for creating...
Round 1 - SWGL - FarmBlitz Program
FarmBlitz Program - South West Goulburn Landcare Network. FarmBlitz is all about taking part, getting involved, meeting your neighbours, sharing food, spreading knowledge, developing skills by getting hands on experience and helping each other build more sustainable farms and homes. FarmBlitz creates a link for people to socialise, helps build resilience in our community and creates contacts amongst like-minded people whether living on a farm, in town or on an urban block. The overall outcome of each workshop is people will go home having participated during the day to learn new skills or build on existing skills that they can put into use not only at their own property, but can create a social network of friends and associates, going to their houses to do joint projects as well. There will be a focus on being sustainable on your property e.g. learning to garden, cooking and preserving excess food you have grown. Studies have shown the positive benefits of people being involved with not only producing some of their own resources; it helps with household budgets and achieves health benefits by using healthy produce. The project brings together people that may never have otherwise met, due to interest in a particular workshop being offered. FarmBlitz supports medium to long term recovery needs in the community by creating a social link, brings people out of their houses to mix with others that they may never have considered talking / socialising with before. What brings them together is a likeminded interest and from there friendships are forged for the long-term, continuing on after the program has been completed. In the midst of a social atmosphere people are also learning skills that can be used for years to come and their children will learn from their parents and carry on using this knowledge for many years / decades to come. Contact Sonia Sharkey if you would like to know more about the FarmBlitz Program or to register for upcoming workshops call 5734 6312
Round 1 - Broadford Football Netball Club - New Football Goal Posts
Broadford Football club and sporting oval is one of the major socialising hubs of the...
Round 1 - Berry Street - Mobile BBQ Trailer
A mobile BBQ trailer that will enable our YES staff to outreach to children and young people...
Round 1 - Clonbinane Hall Activities - CCAG
The Hall activities will operate for residents from Clonbinane and surrounding areas. ...