Round 1 Partnership Grants for Nowra
In the first round of Partnership Grants in Nowra, seven not-for-profits (NFPs) are sharing in $135,471. Now in the second year of the IRCF program in Nowra, the successful applications were announced in September 2021.
These seven organisations and their projects are outlined below.
|Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre Aboriginal Corporation
|Laying the foundations for the future of Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre Aboriginal Corporation
|Boost Culunghutti's CEO's ability to undertake urgent strategic and master planning to support the centres future vision and rapid growth by appointing a temporary Community Centre Team Leader to backfill her operational role.
|Nowra Community Food Store Incorporated
|Operation Go Digital
|Transform the operating systems and support the leadership development of the Nowra Community Food Store through the adoption of ecommerce platforms and appointment of SEFA Advisory Services as mentor.
|Nowra Sub Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia New SouthWales Branch
|Nowra RSL Sub-Branch Upgrade Project 2021
|Accelerate digital transformation and enhance client experience through upgrades to IT equipment and furniture.
|Shoalhaven Community Pre School Inc
|The Growth Strategy Project
|Strengthen the leadership capacity of the Centre's Director during the Preschools relocation and expansion through a wage subsidy, expert consultants and professional development.
|Shoalhaven Health and Arts Incorporated
|Capacity Building for SHAA's Future
|Strengthen the capacity of SHAA to respond to community demand for their mental health, arts and events expertise by paying wages for the currently volunteer-based managers, who founded the organisation to enable them to dedicate their time to development of the organisation strategy and operating model.
|South Coast Beef Producers Association Incorporated
|Governance training for South Coast Beef Management Committee members
|Strengthen the governance and strategic vision of South Coast Beef through the training of the management committee in governance foundations.
|South Coast Womens Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation
|Building a culturally safe not-for-profit community sector
|Build a culturally safe NFP sector in the Shoalhaven through enhancing the capacity of Waminda to deliver their Cultural Immersion Program as a sustainable social enterprise.