Batemans Bay Participating NFPs and Projects

These are the organisations that have been funded through IRCF along with their funded IRCF Projects. There have been many other organisations contributing to the program, some of which are pictured in the gallery below.

SEARMS Aboriginal Corporation
SEARMS Aboriginal Corporation

Startup Grant – Community, Stronger Together
Round 2 – Living Library, Knowledge Circle

Batemans Bay Rotary

Round 1 – Batemans Bay Connections
Round 2 – Batemans Bay Community Hub

Eurobodalla Woodcraft Guild Inc

Round 1 – Eurobodalla Woodies Mogo Workshop

Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn Parish of Moruya

Round 3 – Moruya Commons Community Hub

The Circle Foundation Cooperative Ltd

Round 1 – Building Capacity
Round 2 – Business Systems Development

The Family Place Inc
The Family Place Inc

Startup Grant – Growing a strong service
Round 1 – Managing Growth in Recovery
Round 2 – Scoping Housing Solutions
Round 3 – Building a Resilient Future

Arts Council of Eurobodalla Inc

Round 3 – Shared Administrative Systems Implementation

Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society Inc

Startup Grant – Aspire, Acquire, Become!
Round 1 – Creative Ways to Recruit and Retain Volunteers
Toolbox – Turning Windows into Doorways
Toolbox – Helping Hands – Attracting and Retaining Volunteers

Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance
Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance

Startup Grant – Turbocharging South Coast NFPs
Round 1 – Growing a more resilient community sector
Round 2 – Community Coordinator and Business Manager
Round 3 – Governance in Action

Eurobodalla Education and Therapy Services (Muddy Puddles)

Startup Grant – Building Allied Health in the Eurobodalla
Round 1 – Better UnderstoodBrand Refresh
Round 2 – Attract and Retain Allied Health Professionals

Community Life Batemans Bay Inc

Startup Grant – Look Listen Learn

Sustainable Agriculture and Gardening Eurobodalla (SAGE)

Round 3 – Policies, Procedures and Capacity Building for SAGE Volunteers

Batemans Bay Collaborative Toolbox Projects

Turning Windows into Doors

Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society were the lead organisation in this successful Toolbox Funding application for $4,916 to deliver marketing training for volunteers across the NFP sector.

Attracting and Retaining Volunteers

The Historical Society once again led this Toolbox project, successfully receiving a $7,659 Toolbox Grant to explore volunteer attraction and engagement for the NFP sector.

Bushfire and Heatwave Preparation for Community Organisations

With a $10,750 Toolbox grant, SHASA are engaging a project officer to support volunteers and staff in the Eurobodalla who are responsible for managing havens during extreme weather events.