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$1 Million in NAB Grants


Tuesday, 16th June 2015 at 11:57 am
Lina Caneva
Not for Profit organisations from across Australia have shared in $1 million worth of grants from National Australia Bank.

Tuesday, 16th June 2015
at 11:57 am
Lina Caneva


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$1 Million in NAB Grants
Tuesday, 16th June 2015 at 11:57 am

Not for Profit organisations from across Australia have shared in $1 million worth of grants from National Australia Bank.

The 26 organisations were announced at the end of NAB’s second annual Community Grants Program last night.

Winners included Open Family Australia, The Reach Foundation. Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand and Indigenous Community Volunteers, which all walked away with $50,000 each.

NAB said the grants reflected the bank’s commitment to investing in groups that tackle local issues to further develop a socially inclusive society, where difference is respected and all people can live a life of dignity.

Head of Social Impact & Community Engagement, Rebecca Kotow, said the grants would contribute to building prosperous communities.

“We see the significant impact that community and charitable organisations are making every day and we are focused on playing a part in helping our Not for Profit customers make an even bigger difference,” Kotow said.

The full list of grants recipients is below.

Building Prosperous Communities – $50,000 each

Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia Ltd, VIC

Indigenous Community Volunteers, ACT

Kokoda Youth Foundation Inc., QLD

Open Family Australia, VIC

Prahran Mission, VIC

The Reach Foundation, VIC

Yarra Community Housing Limited, VIC

Healthy Relationship with Money – $50,000

Able Australia, VIC

Housing Choices Tasmania, VIC

Redkite, WA

Women and Girls – $50,000

Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, VIC

Health Education Australia Ltd, VIC

McAuley Community Services forWomen, VIC

SisterWorks Incorporated, VIC

YWCA NSW, NSW

Small But Strong – $15,000 each

Melbourne Street Choir, VIC

Melbourne Youth Initiative Incorporated, VIC

Partial Funding – up to $35,000

Australian Outward Bound, ACT

Carrington Health, VIC

Foundation for Independence, QLD

Kick Start for Kids, SA

The Adelaide Benevolent and Strangers’ Friend Society Inc, SA

The Royal Lifesaving Society, WA

Employees Choice – $20,000 – $50,000

Muscular Dystrophy Association, VIC

Marriott Support Services, VIC

SecondBite, VIC

 


Lina Caneva  |  Editor  |  @ProBonoNews

Lina Caneva has been a journalist for more than 35 years. She was the editor of Pro Bono Australia News from when it was founded in 2000 until 2018.


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