Round 2 Partnership Grants in Nambucca Valley
Round 2 of the Partnership Grants for Nambucca Valley were announced in March 2021. Eight organisations are sharing in $309,689.
These recipients and their projects are outlined below.
|Bowraville Community Development Association Incorporated
|Surveying the Bowraville NFP Community about the future use of the Pioneer Community Centre.
|Community consultation with Bowraville NFPs to increase the use of the Pioneer Community Centre, and improve partnerships and collaboration in the town.
|MiiMi Aboriginal Corporation
|Continuation of employment of a receptionist at Miimi, allowing the House Manager to work on business development.
|Mujaay Ganma Foundation Aboriginal Corporation
|Yuraal Guunumba Ngurraay: Gumbaynggirr Native Foods Community Garden Project STAGE 2
|MGF will build capacity in young Gumbaynggirr trainees to manage projects, develop people management skills and ultimately manage the organisation to support the well being of the community.
|Nambucca Heads Mens Shed Inc.
|Exploring Energy Options
|The aim of the project is to explore the viability of using renewable energy to help sustain not-for-profit organisations in the Nambucca Valley.
|Valla Beach Community Association Nambucca Valley Council
|Local News Shared
|The aim of this project is to bring together the local community newsletters of the Nambucca Valley to build capability, share content and amplify the voice of young people across the Valley.
|Nambucca Valley Phoenix Limited
|Investing in Strategy - Building a Sustainable Social Enterprise
|This project will support the Nambucca Valley Phoenix (NVP) coordinator position wages by building from last year’s investment in their Strategy to become a sustainable social enterprise.
|ShoreTrack MOS (Management Operational System)
|ShoreTrack Ltd will develop a Management Operational System to maximise their capacity and develop a strategic plan for year 1 and a sustainable base for year 2.
|Unkya Local Aboriginal Land Council
|Jinda biin duguula (Sisters Together)
|To deepen First Nations NFP sector collaboration and to support key leaders to develop a cultural competency induction package