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 IncorporatedKeeping Communities ConnectedExpand 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 IncEvery body deserves to FLOURISHBuild 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 IncorporatedCommunity Connect Southern Shoalhaven - Community Database, Training Resources & Shared Community CampaignsEnhance 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 offeringsUlladulla$22,010
Noahs Ark Centre of Shoalhaven IncDestination UlladullaStrengthen 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 IncLeadership development and establishing operation of safe shelterRecruitment of a shelter manager to establish the operational procedures for the Ulladulla shelter for homeless people.Ulladulla$30,000