Round 3 Partnership Grants for Bay & Basin

Round 3 of the Partnership Grants for Bay & Basin opened in August 2023 following the community roadmap review. Not-for-profits (NFP’s) in the Bay & Basin region were invited to apply for up to $30,000 to meet the goals identified in the community developed roadmap.

Seven organisations were successful in their application and shared in $76,749. These recipients and their projects are outlined below.

Bay & Basin Community Resources LimitedWork Re-Design to Thrive and GrowUpskilling staff to re-design workflows and tasks to increase the efficiency of a community organisation.Bay & Basin$29,734
Changing Tide Wellness LtdCommunity Connect: Empowering WellnessCreating an accessible, inclusive website, so those with disabilities can more easily access information about appropriate services.Bay & Basin$5,426
Community Champions - SP&SGB IncCommunity Champions-Bay and Basin Community Growth and Empowerment Workshops 2023/24Encourage collaborative community conversations to explore ways to better support the community across the not-for-profit sector. St Georges Basin and Sanctuary Point$4,000
Noah's Ark Centre of Shoalhaven IncBuilding Bay and BasinAdministration support for a service provider that is focused on children with disabilities and special needs, so they can expand and embed their services.Sanctuary Point$7,488
Sanctuary Point Community Pride IncorporatedSanctuary Point Nexus: Fostering Pride and UnityBolster community engagement and pride in Sanctuary Point by creating a comprehensive visual of community assets. Sanctuary Point$5,650
Sussex Inlet Foundation for Community DevelopmentBuilding youth focused services for Sussex InletEncourage youth engagement and involvement in the community through the development of a Youth Advisory Group. Sussex Inlet$9,500
yiliga-miraral Wellbeing Team Vincentia High School P and C Associationwalawaani-ngarn Into The FutureMeasuring the impact of a program that provides wellbeing support to students and families to help attract additional funding, so it can continue.Vincentia$14,951