Countryside

The NAB Foundation’s Sustainable Regions Grants aim to help strengthen regional communities by enabling them to better manage their natural resources and promote biodiversity. The grants support the development and implementation of regional approaches to strengthen co-ordination and collaboration between environmental groups,

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Not-for-profit organisations operating in the Central West region may be eligible for funding through the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation. A funding workshop is being held in Orange this September to help NFP organisations understand how the foundation works, how to apply for funds for community projects, and how applications are assessed.

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Ability Links NSW
Parkes Lego Club for all abilities
Mondays, 4.00pm–5.00pm
Parkes PCYC, 36/38 Pearce St, Parkes

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The Telehealth in Residential Aged Care Facilities Program (TRAC) has been launched in Broken Hill and Dubbo to improve access for residents in aged care facilities to health professionals through video consultations. The program improves access to health services both during and after clinic hours, depending on availability 

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Applications are open for the Mid-Western Regional Council’s Events Assistance Program, which is designed to assist local community events which benefit the local economy and attract visitors to the region.  Only not-for-profit events are eligible to apply. 

The Charles Sturt University (CSU) 2017 Community-University Partnerships (CUP) Rural and Regional Sports Development Program is a small grants program to assist young rural sportspeople or teams to attend regional, national or other one-off events, to assist community sporting groups to host regional, national or other one-off events in CSU's campus regions,

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Small Grants for Rural Communities (SGRC) supports projects that that make a difference to the sustainability of rural, regional and remote communities. Applications are now open for the next funding round. Grants of up to $5,000 are available for projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities in rural, regional or remote Australia.