Round 1 Partnership Grants in Ulladulla
In the first round of Partnership Grants for Ulladulla, five not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) are sharing $109,577 in funding.
These five organisations and their projects are outlined below.
|Bawley Point and Kioloa Community Association Incorporated||Keeping Communities Connected||Expand on recent investments in governance, technology and communications improvements to ease compliance burden and better connect people in the Bawley Point, Kioloa and Termeil communities through the purchase of a laptop, accounting software and ongoing website and IT support.||Bawley Point||$7,567|
|Independence Ulladulla Inc||Every body deserves to FLOURISH||Build marketing and communications platforms, systems and staff capacity of Independence Ulladulla to market, promote and deliver a wide range of services to people with a disability with a new brand strategy, website and staff training.||Ulladulla||$20,000|
|Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber Incorporated||Community Connect Southern Shoalhaven - Community Database, Training Resources & Shared Community Campaigns||Enhance the marketing and communications functions of Community Connect to develop the skills and strategic focus of their members through investments in their community database, training resources & strategic planning offerings||Ulladulla||$22,010|
|Noahs Ark Centre of Shoalhaven Inc||Destination Ulladulla||Strengthen Noahs Inclusion Services through the design and implementation of a recruitment and retention program that will build a sustainable local team of allied health professionals for their Ulladulla office.||Ulladulla||$30,000|
|Safe Waters Community Care Inc||Leadership development and establishing operation of safe shelter||Recruitment of a shelter manager to establish the operational procedures for the Ulladulla shelter for homeless people.||Ulladulla||$30,000|