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 CorporationLaying the foundations for the future of Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre Aboriginal CorporationBoost 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$30,000
Nowra Community Food Store IncorporatedOperation Go DigitalTransform 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$14,300
Nowra Sub Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia New SouthWales BranchNowra RSL Sub-Branch Upgrade Project 2021Accelerate digital transformation and enhance client experience through upgrades to IT equipment and furniture.Nowra$16,469
Shoalhaven Community Pre School IncThe Growth Strategy ProjectStrengthen the leadership capacity of the Centre's Director during the Preschools relocation and expansion through a wage subsidy, expert consultants and professional development.Nowra$22,000
Shoalhaven Health and Arts IncorporatedCapacity Building for SHAA's FutureStrengthen 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.Bomaderry$14,112
South Coast Beef Producers Association IncorporatedGovernance training for South Coast Beef Management Committee membersStrengthen the governance and strategic vision of South Coast Beef through the training of the management committee in governance foundations.Nowra$10,590
South Coast Womens Health & Welfare Aboriginal CorporationBuilding a culturally safe not-for-profit community sectorBuild 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.Nowra$28,000
an image of a group of volunteers outside the food store