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The Australian Government is inviting applications via an open process to deliver services under the Strengthening Communities/Community Development Participation/Digital Literacy for Older Australians (DLOA): National Network Manager from 1 June 2017 to 30 June 2020. Funding will be offered to one organisation as a result of this process.

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The purpose of City of Parramatta Council Preventing Violence Against Women 2017 Grants program is for everyday services, organisations and groups in Parramatta LGA to develop and implement strategies and programs that promote gender equality and prevent violence against women. The grants program will provide 10 successful applicants

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ClubGRANTS is a community development funding program sponsored by local clubs and administered by City of Parramatta Council. A range of funding amounts are available, from $1,000 to a maximum of $10,000 per project application.

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The Support for Fathers grant aims to reduce violence against women and their children by helping young men and fathers to better understand and appreciate the importance of their current or future role as parents and partners. Applications for the funding are now open.

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The Support for CALD Fathers grant aims to contribute to a reduction in violence against women and their children by engaging CALD young men and fathers to better understand and appreciate the importance of their current or future role as parents and partners. Applications for the funding are now open.

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Applications are now open for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities Leading Prevention Grants. These grants offer funding for organisations to develop and implement locally-led solutions to drive long term, sustainable changes in community awareness, attitudes and behaviours in order to reduce violence against women

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Applications are now open for Safer Pathways for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women grants. These grants offer funding to service providers to test innovative and collaborative methods of improving service pathways for CALD women living in regional areas who are experiencing, or at risk of, family and domestic violence or sexual assault.