Junee Start Up Grants

Three Junee not-for-profits (NFP’s) shared in $60,000 in funding as part of the IRCF program launch in Junee.

These grants formed the start-up round of the program and were the first investment of the IRCF program. The grants were provided to local organisations to prepare the community for the next phase of the IRCF program, and prior to the development of the Community Roadmap.

The grants were open to any community group within Junee, with organisations encouraged to collaborate to make the most of the limited funds available to them.

The IRCF Start-Up Grant recipients and their projects are outlined below.   

Junee & District Historical Society Inc.Yesterday's Stories through Tomorrow's TechnologyPreserve local history and increase organisational capacity by the purchase IT infrastructure.Junee$1,500
Junee Business & Trades IncorporationJunee Community Liaison Officer & a Series of PresentationsBuild community resilience and support the development of local community networks by conducting a series of workshops/presentations in the Junee Shire and employing a part-time Community Liaison Officer.Junee$37,500
Junee Community Centre Inc.Funding Strategy for Junee Community CentreSupport organisational revenue generation and develop organisational capacity by engaging a consultant to develop a fundraising strategy for the Junee Community Centre.Junee$21,000