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In 2019 we're delighted to be supporting 21 fantastic projects from across Australia, with funding of $200,000 from the Bank Australia Impact Fund.

3D printing foot-ankle orthoses for Refugee Children with disabilities in Western Sydney.

 

Support for the Ballarat Frolic Festival 2019 – a regional LGBTIQ+ community event.

 

Safer Beginnings: Pregnancy, Birth and Early Parenting Support for women from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds

Expanding the Brisbane Tool Library and running community workshops.

 

Learning Through Play: an education program for pre-school aged children from CALD backgrounds

Let's Get Proud: Co-designed workshops to develop a LGBTIQ+ support group for young people in the Mount Alexander Shire

Increasing the capacity of Queensland community legal centres to be culturally safe for First Nations staff and clients

Community engagement and volunteer support to monitor nest boxes for threatened marsupials 

Pathways to Safety and Freedom: Providing legal advice and support to women experiencing family violence

Developing Micro Avian External Skeletal Fixation Pins to support injured birds

Next Steps: Career support for at risk young people to develop barber skills

Recre8 for Young Women: outdoor skills and development course for at risk young women

A supported internship for unemployed women from migrant and refugee backgrounds who are victim-survivors of family violence

A statistical study of the Butterflies of the Australian Capital Territory.

 

Growing First Nations involvement and knowledge at the Farm.

 

A strategy to engage with non-Aboriginal Victorians to support the Treaty process in Victoria.

In My Own Words: a program to develop the storytelling skills of refugee and asylum seekers.

Programs to develop hospitality skills for migrant and refugee young people.

 

Resources to educate students about the environmental and social benefits of the ClimateSmart Food Classroom urban agriculture farm

Support for five Girls in Physics Breakfasts series for regional Victorian secondary students. 

 

Engaging Victorians in saving their state faunal emblem, the critically endangered Leadbeater’s Possum.