2009-10 CBSA Annual Report (PDF 856.4 KB)

2009-10 CBSA Annual Report (PDF 856.4 KB)

Report to the

Minister for Families and Communities

Community Benefit SA

Annual Report 2009 – 2010

Charitable & Social Welfare Fund

Established under Section 73B of the Gaming Machines Act 1992

Postal Address:

Phone:

Fax:

Web:

PO Box 208, Rundle Mall SA 5000

1300 650 985

(08) 8226 7047 www.dfc.sa.gov.au/cbsa

Table of Contents

Chair’s Report...........................................................................................................2

The Board .................................................................................................................4

2009/10 Snapshot ...................................................................................................5

People assisted.........................................................................................................5

Size of projects.........................................................................................................5

Examples of Community Value.................................................................................6

South Australian Strategic Plan Links .........................................................................................6

Community Strengthening Projects............................................................................................6

Partnership Projects .................................................................................................................7

Social Innovation .....................................................................................................................7

Sustainability...........................................................................................................................7

Community Engagement ..........................................................................................................8

Social Enterprise ......................................................................................................................8

Geographic distribution of funds .............................................................................9

History of applications received & approved .........................................................10

Interaction with community ..................................................................................11

Consultation ..........................................................................................................................11

Agency Visits.........................................................................................................................11

Workshops ............................................................................................................................11

Continuous Improvement .......................................................................................................11

Financial Statement ...............................................................................................13

Lists of Funded Projects 2009/10..........................................................................15

Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................15

Correction .............................................................................................................................15

Chair’s Report

Hon Jennifer Rankine MP

Minister for Families and Communities

GPO Box 1563

ADELAIDE SA 5001

Dear Minister

On behalf of the Board of the Charitable and Social Welfare Fund (Community Benefit SA), I am very pleased to present the Annual Report for the period 2009/10.

12 Board meetings were held throughout the year with two rounds of funding distributed in

July 2009 and January 2010. All projects funded by Community Benefit SA are one-off and aim to assist disadvantaged people in the South Australian community. This year saw the funding of 315 one-off projects valued at $3.36m, to non-government organisations delivering services in South Australia.

Approximately, two thirds of projects were small grants of under $10,000, reflecting the

Board’s continuing priority for smaller grants. The non-government organisations that receive support through small grants continue to provide highly valuable services, despite scarce resources.

An evaluation of the Special Family Support Grants project was undertaken and the Board was pleased to receive reports of success for four out of the five originally funded projects.

These projects have made a significant difference to the families who have been supported by the funded agencies. These pilot programs are due to cease in February 2011 and the

Board has been active in ensuring the effective transition of vulnerable families to other appropriate services.

In order to help community organisations improve the effectiveness of projects even further, the Board fostered consideration of the role of social innovation. The Board has made some in-roads to developing partnerships with the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI),

Flinders University and the University of South Australia (UniSA) as well as the South

Australian Science Policy team in the Science and Information Economy Directorate of the

Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST).

Partnership opportunities have included projects funded to community organisations that demonstrate collaboration, for example:

The South Australian Association of Community Based Child Care Centres was funded

$12,600 towards a $37,600 project to employ a part time educator for 26 weeks to establish an innovative early intervention program in partnership with Flinders University to train parents and carers to facilitate normal speech, language and communication development for 300 pre-school children who have high needs and then extend and sustain the program across Adelaide.

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Catherine House received $5,000 towards the final stage of a $36,320 in partnership with

UniSA, Helpmann Academy and Arts SA, to support the curatorial activity for the 'chART -

Arts for Social Change' project; facilitating self-development for 4 professional artists and

50 women suffering mental health issues and culminating in a public exhibition.

The Board also hosted a successful Social Innovation Forum in July 2010 that was very well received by the sector and attracted 120 participants. The Forum included guest speakers and facilitators from TACSI, Flinders University, UniSA as well as DFEEST. The forum explored the current and future trends of social innovation, provided examples of innovative projects to which Community Benefit SA has contributed and provided an opportunity for networking for community service organisations.

A continuing trend is the high demand on the fund for the upgrading and renovating of community facilities in rural and metropolitan areas. There were a number of extraordinary requests for projects involving out of school hours care, indicating a need for further understanding about the funding arrangements supporting children in community and school based settings. Vehicles and transport in general remained in high demand for the fund and numerous requests were received from new arrival groups from the Northern African and

Middle Eastern regions for integration support and community development.

The Board was pleased to support the Homelessness Strategy Division of the Department for

Families and Communities to provide expertise and approval authority for the inaugural round of the Homelessness Innovation Fund this year. A total of $100,000 was allocated between six projects, with the funds made available through the National Agreement for

Housing Affordability.

As this will be my final report to you as Chair, I wish to place on record my deep appreciation for all Board members I have served with for their diligence and hard work this year and over past years. I also wish to thank the hard-working staff team for their exceptional service in implementing the many tasks associated with the successful operation of the Community

Benefit SA grants program. I am also extremely grateful to your Government for giving me the opportunity to serve through this extremely important fund.

I commend this report to you on another year of substantial service from Community Benefit

SA to the South Australian community.

Yours sincerely

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The Board

In accordance with Section 73B (4) of the

Gaming Machines Act 1992

:

The Board is to comprise of 5 members

“who have between them, appropriate expertise in financial management and charitable or social welfare organisation administration” and “at least 2 of whom are women and 2 are men”.

Board appointments are made by the Minister for Families and Communities.

BOARD MEMBERS

Chair

Mr Mark Henley - B Ec, JP. Manager of Advocacy and Communication, UnitingCare Wesley

Adelaide; Life Member, SACOSS; Chair, Heads of Christian Churches Gambling Taskforce;

Member, Essential Services Commission of SA Consumer Advisory Committee; Member, SA

Responsible Gambling Working Party.

Board Members

Mr Declan Andrews – Environmental Consultant and Campaign Coordinator, with experience in the sustainability of Indigenous and rural communities. Producer and director of short films and video productions in Australia and overseas.

Ms Letitia (Tisha) Ashworth – Manager of the bookshop at the Art Gallery of South

Australia, Coordinator of texts for Library and University requirements, extensive experience in bookshop operations around South Australia.

Ms Christina (Chris) Birch – Semi-retired public sector employee with extensive experience at senior management level in social justice and women’s issues, transport and road safety. Former Deputy Registrar of Motor Vehicles. Member of Passenger Transport

Standards Committee.

Ms Michelle (Shellie) Jones – 21 years experience in the disability field in South Australia,

HACC Coordinator, Community Centre Coordinator, Bachelor of Applied Science in Disability

Studies, involvement in various school committees and governing councils, committee member of Local Residents Association.

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2009/10 Snapshot

Two funding rounds were conducted in 2009/10 (Round 28 and 29)

764 applications were received in 2009/10 requesting $12.3 million indicating a high level of initiative amongst non government organisations in responding to the needs of disadvantaged people in the community

The Board of Community Benefit SA approved 315 one-off projects for $3.36 million in 2009/10

51 organisations across SA were visited

14 application workshops conducted attracting 455 participants

People assisted

Community Benefit SA (CBSA) gives highest priority to special needs groups with most projects impacting strongly upon other South Australian Strategic Plan targets. In 2009/10 approved projects were funded to assist special needs groups as follows:

Families with children 167 projects received $1,696,250

Aboriginal people – 71 projects received $1,100,740

Multicultural communities – 99 projects received $1,047,780, including 36 projects assisting refugees for $285,780

People with disabilities – 103 projects received $1,032,940

Rural and remote areas directly received $1,209,100

Size of projects

The Board continues to set a priority of funding projects $10,000 and less to achieve the objective of equitable distribution of limited funds across target groups, geographic regions and organisations as much as possible. In 2009/2010 this objective was achieved by allocating 35% of the funds to small projects representing 69% of the number of projects.

Number of projects Funds allocated

69% small (217/315)

16% medium projects (51/315)

15% large projects (47/315)

35% spent in small grants ($1.16m) $0 – $10,000

23% spent in medium grants ($0.78m) $10,001+

42% spent in large grants (1.41m) $20,001+

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Examples of Community Value

CBSA responds to emerging needs in the community and to the priorities of Government.

Some of the characteristics that underpin CBSA projects are community engagement, building sustainability, social innovation and enterprise and creating partnerships.

South Australian Strategic Plan Links

CBSA also funds 9 types of projects which provide a great deal of flexibility for organisations to meet the needs of communities in new and diverse ways. The CBSA fund aligns with the following 7 targets from the South Australian Strategic Plan (SASP): o

Objective 2 - Improving Wellbeing

Target 2.7 Psychological Wellbeing o

Objective 5 – Building Communities

Target 5.6

Target 5.7

Volunteering

Aboriginal Leadership

Target 5.8 Multiculturalism o

Objective 6 – Expanding Opportunity

Target 6.4

Target 6.5

Early childhood – Australian Early Development Index

Economic Disadvantage

Target 6.10 Housing for people with disabilities

All projects funded by CBSA contribute to at least two SASP targets of addressing Economic

Disadvantage (6.5) and improving Psychological Wellbeing (2.7), as these are two issues that directly impact people on low income. Most projects also enhance volunteering as most non government organisations utilise volunteers to assist in the delivery of their services.

Community Strengthening Projects

Community strengthening involves local people, community organisations, government, business and philanthropic organisations working together in partnership to achieve agreed social, economic and environmental outcomes. It is a process which helps mobilise community skills, energy and resources to achieve social change, stronger institutions, better facilities and infrastructure and improved well being and quality of life.

Strong communities are inclusive, embrace cultural diversity, have strong social networks, have good facilities and infrastructure. Strong communities are safe, resilient, vibrant and confident and encourage their citizens to participate in all areas of life including work, sport, recreation and culture.

The $18,720 grant was provided as a contribution toward a $45,750 project in partnership with the Ian Potter Foundation and Premiers Community Initiatives Fund, to purchase and install playground equipment to expand current community services for 4,520 people per year from a rural, drought affected region, increasing family recreation and entertainment options.

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Partnership Projects

Since its establishment CBSA has worked in partnership with many key stakeholders to support non government organisations to develop project proposals with joint funding arrangements. Partnerships involve applicant organisations linking or collaborating with other organisations, funding bodies and/or other sectors to create joint projects which yield an enhanced result. Partnerships increase the resources contributed to a project and hence increase the capacity to meet community need. In 2009/10 CBSA funded 94 partnership projects for $1.31 million attracting a further contribution of approximately $3.1 million from applicant organisations and other partners.

A contribution of $39,740 towards a $71,740 project purchased machinery and materials to increase productivity of furniture production plant to transport furniture to the APY lands and around Adelaide metropolitan area in partnership with Job Services Australia. The project will improve emergency relief to meet basic needs of thousands of people per year (50%

Aboriginal) and will increase participation in community activities and training for volunteers.

Social Innovation

Social innovation refers to new strategies, projects, programs, concepts, ideas, or organisations which meet socially recognised needs that extend and strengthen civil society and provide community benefit. Innovative projects should have the potential to be replicated to other contexts or situations and should involve at least 2 partner organisations which cross sectoral boundaries (for example the community sector, business sector, education, environment, or government).

A $12,600 grant employed a part time Speech Pathology Clinical Educator for 26 weeks and provided resources to establish an innovative early intervention program in partnership with

Flinders University. The project will train parents and carers to facilitate normal speech, language and communication development for 300 pre-school children who have high needs attending 3 Community Children's Centres.

Sustainability

Many of the projects funded through CBSA are for infrastructure improvements, materials or equipment purchases and facility upgrades. CBSA also provides funds for the delivery of oneoff group programs, provision of services to individuals and families or the employment of professionals to support community services agencies in volunteer recruitment, training or retention, fundraising or community development. Proposals involving the establishment of a new ongoing service or program must demonstrate sustainability in order to meet the oneoff criteria.

Sustainability, for many grant recipients has been achieved through a range of methods including the development of social enterprises, employment of cost recovery methods, diversifying income streams

(eg hire of facilities, expertise or services, charging affordable fees for programs where appropriate), using peer mentoring or train the trainer models, securing corporate or community partners, recruiting and retaining volunteer support and seeking in kind donations.

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A $9,000 grant purchased tables and chairs to expand services and establish the Stop 78

Café, a sustainable social enterprise complementing a new hospitality training and development program as part of a $246,000 commercial kitchen and function centre funded by the Australian Government and City of Playford.

Community Engagement

Community engagement is about involving the community in the decision-making processes.

It is critical to the successful development and implementation of policies and decisions in government, non-government organisations, the private sector and the community. The aim of community engagement is to improve the planning and delivery of services by making them more responsive to the needs and aspirations of communities. It also aims to strengthen the capacity of communities to identify and act on solutions to local problems.

A $3,750 grant enabled the purchase and installation of "word of mouth technology" to improve existing community services, recreational programs and information sessions, enabling 7,800 community members on low incomes (many of whom are hearing impaired) to participate more fully in community activities at the centre.

Social Enterprise

Social enterprise is about bringing people together and using market–based ventures to achieve agreed social outcomes. It is characterised by creativity, entrepreneurship, and a focus on community rather than individual profit. It is a creative endeavour that results in social, financial, service, educational, employment, or other community benefits.

As a part of the focus on Social Innovation, CBSA has been pleased to receive requests for funding to establish a range of social enterprises. Successful applicants demonstrated a good mix of viability of business models as well as extraordinary passion to develop community owned responses to unmet need.

A $17,790 grant employed a part time Project Officer and some operational costs to establish and develop a micro social enterprise cultural African market in Prospect Plaza. The Project

Officer will work with stall holders from African communities to equip and resource them with the business skills for the market and link with local businesses.

The African Community Organisation was proactive in responding to the needs of the community and created the market to increase capacity to integrate and enhance economic development. The project was conducted in partnership with Lutheran Community Care who provided management support.

Pictured in the photograph from left to right are Chris Birch, Board

Memberof CBSA, Catherine Mfundo, Project Officer, David Malinda

Chair of ACOSA and Cathy Lawson, the Refugee Services Manager at

Lutheran Community Care.

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Geographic distribution of funds

BAROSSA

$66,710

FUNDING FOR PROJECTS COVERING THE STATE $685,040

EYRE AND

WESTERN

$317,210

FAR NORTH

$225,830

YORKE

AND MID

NORTH

$231,990

MURRAY

AND MALLEE

$207,340

NORTHERN

ADELAIDE

$532,860

WESTERN

ADELAIDE

$289,610

EASTERN

ADELAIDE

$174,630

ADELAIDE HILLS

$45,100

SOUTHERN

ADELAIDE

$385,860

FLEURIEU AND

KANGAROO ISLAND

$103,430

LIMESTONE

COAST

$95,740

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History of applications received & approved

Number of applications

$ (million)

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Interaction with community

Consultation

Each funding round CBSA consults with relevant Government funding and policy bodies to ensure that projects are funded which complement other programs. Organisations consulted in 2009/10 include Multicultural SA, Aboriginal Health Division, Mental Health Services, Arts

SA, Office for Youth, Office for Recreation and Sport, Parenting SA, Premiers Community

Initiative Fund, Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia and the Department for Families and Communities which includes the Volunteer Unit, Council for the Care of Children, Family and Community Development Program, Office for the Ageing, Home and Community Care

Program, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Unit, Disability SA, Families SA local District

Centres, Housing SA, and the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program.

Agency Visits

In 2009/10 the CBSA Board members and staff conducted a total of 51 agency visits across

South Australia. Visiting organisations provides the Board with a practical insight into community need and the variety of responses by organisations to meet those needs.

Workshops

In 2009/10 CBSA conducted 14 application workshops in metropolitan and rural areas for

455 participants to assist organisations to make funding applications to the most appropriate funding bodies and develop skills in writing applications.

All workshops are conducted in partnerships with community organisations or local government councils. In 2009/10 CBSA partnered with Community and Neighbourhood

Centres and Housing (CANH), Australian Refugee Association (ARA), Multicultural Youth SA

(MYSA), Youth Affairs Council SA (YACSA), South Australian Council of Social Service

(SACOSS), Multicultural Communities Council (MCC), Migrant Resource Centre of SA (MRC), and Local Councils (Alexandrina, Playford, Port Pirie, Tea Tree Gully and West Torrens).

Continuous Improvement

Community Benefit SA aims to continuously improve procedures and processes and has implemented changes to the Application Form and Funding Guidelines to collect appropriate information for assessment, as well as reducing duplication.

Other initiatives implemented this financial year include a streamlined application form and adjustments to the delivery of application workshops to facilitate a better understanding of the funding guidelines and how to fill out the application form.

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Accountability statement

Feedback from funded organisations suggests that the accountability requirements for project grants are reasonable and the Board is happy with the standard of evaluation and acquittal being provided by organisations.

Evaluation reports contain essential information detailing the outcomes for disadvantaged individuals, families and communities. The financial certificate provides a declaration by the organisations that funds have been expended in accordance with the approved contract.

To date formal assessments have been conducted of 2,691 one-off projects based on the evaluation reports provided by organisations with 2,415 projects (or 90%) being rated as successful with a medium, high or very high outcome. 1,039 projects (or 39%) exceeding the contracted outcome and being rated in the high to very high categories. Only 276 projects (or 10%) being rated at a lower outcome than expected or were projects that were not completed, with partial funds returned for some projects.

22 (2006)

23 (2007)

24 (2007)

25 (2008)

26 (2008)

183

226

183

171

155

Total 4194

11

6

4

8

0

0

284

7%

Rating System – see below for detail

Round

Projects approved

1-19 2862 249

20 (2005) 197

6

21 (2006) 217

5

Very High

4

High

627

28

20

23

25

23

9

0

755

18%

3

Medium

988

68

73

58

82

50

27

30

1376

33%

2

Low

162

10

18

12

7

2

0

3

214

5%

1

Very Low

55

0

1

1

1

1

2

1

62

1%

TOTAL

From time to time the Board will seek further reports or gather information through different methods; including telephone interviews or agency visits.

4-5 = Excellent quality outcomes for people in need. Value added outcomes such as, donations from local business, one-off project becomes ongoing, the project work is undertaken by volunteers, large increase in client base or the agency provides more services.

Higher numbers than anticipated, unexpected outcomes for the agency and target group.

People found employment, undertaken training or transformed their lives in some way.

3 = Contracted objectives met.

1-2=Contracted project objectives partially met. Lower quality outcomes and number of participants than planned. Minor achievement of objectives. The needs of disadvantaged people met to a limited degree, lower number of participants than planned, or project not implemented.

2081

112

123

100

119

84

38

34

2691

64%

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Financial Statement

Statement by the Board of the Charitable and Social Welfare Fund

The Fund was established under section 73B of the

Gaming Machines Act 1992

and was developed in response to the impact of the introduction of gaming machines in hotels and social clubs in South Australia. The Fund was established to enhance the level of community support through the metropolitan, regional and rural areas of South Australia by providing financial assistance to community organisations addressing social welfare needs, including those organisations experiencing increased service demands relating to gaming machine use, with special emphasis on:

The most vulnerable individuals, families and communities who are suffering poverty or hardship and risk breakdown,

New ways of increasing financial support for organisations which are in the transition from reliance upon gambling related fundraising methods.

During the year ended 30 June 2010, funding totalling $4,000,000 was received and grants totalling $3,902,797 were approved to organisations meeting established criteria. This comprised $544,167 for Special Family Support Grants. Of grants approved by the Board in

2009/10, a total of $80,560 remained unpaid at 30 June 2010, pending acceptance by the recipient organisations.

In accordance with a resolution of the Board of the above Fund we confirm that the attached statement of income and expenditure fairly reflects the results and operations of the Fund for the year ending 30 June 2010.

We also confirm the Fund’s operations and grants made during the year have been in accordance with the aims and objectives of the Fund.

Signed in accordance with a resolution of the Board.

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Department for Families and Communities

Community Benefit SA

Revenue

Statement of Financial Performance – for the period 1 Jul 09 - 30 Jun 10

Revenue from Government

Other Revenue

Grant Program Recovery

Total Revenue

Expenditure

Employee Related Expenses

4,000,000.00

-

93,438.52

4,093,438.52

16,056.15

3,902,797.00

189,590.74

4,108,443.89

Grants & Subsidies

Goods & Services

Total Expenditure

Operating Result

Current Assets

Cash

Pre-payment

Total Current Assets

Statement of Financial Position – as at 30 Jun 10

Balance as at

Balance as at

1 July 2009 30 Jun 10

148,966.90 234,193.36

-

148,966.90

234,193.36

Non-Current Assets

Total Assets

Current Liabilities

Non-Current Liabilities

Total Liabilities

-

148,966.90

234,193.36

276.55

100,508.38

-

276.55

100,508.38

-15,005.37

Movement

85,226.46

-

-

85,226.46

-

100,231.83

-

100,231.83

Net Assets

Equity

148,690.35

133,684.98

Accumulated Surplus/Deficit 148,690.35

Total Equity 148,690.35

133,684.98

-15,005.37

-15,005.37

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Lists of Funded Projects 2009/10

The remaining pages contain approved one-off projects for Round 28 and Round 29. These lists are also published on the CBSA website www.dfc.sa.gov.au/cbsa . The pages show a brief project description, the funded organisation’s name, the associated local government area and the amount funded. All projects aim to assist disadvantaged individuals, families and communities to improve wellbeing, quality of life, community participation and life management skills.

Acknowledgements

CBSA would like to acknowledge the use of the Photo Bank made available by Our

Community. The gallery provides community groups with a growing library of photos that they can use in developing marketing materials. All photos are available free for noncommercial use under a Creative Commons license www.ourcommunity.com.au/marketing/photobank

Correction

CBSA wishes to correct an error located in paragraphs 2 and 3 on page 23 the 2008/09 Annual

Report. Figures appearing on page 23 belong to the previous financial year rather than those from 2008/09. The replacement paragraphs appear below.

“During the year ended 30 June 2009, funding totalling $4,000,000 was received under the provisions of the Gaming Machines Act, 1992 and new grants totalling $3.195m were approved to organisations meeting established criteria. The balance of annual funding was reserved for the 2008/09 component of the Special Family Support Grants approved in

2007/08. A summary of actual Receipts and Expenditure for 2008/09 is as follows:

 Round 25 - Grants $1.625m, declined grants $22,970, actual expenditure $1,602,070

 Round 26 - Grants $1.570m, declined grants $10,100, actual expenditure $1,516,080, 2 grants totalling $43,820 were outstanding at 30 June 2009

 Special Family Support Grants approved funding for 2008/09 was $0.7m, actual expenditure $641,667 for 11 months, as July 2008 was paid in advance in 2007/08

 Recovery of unspent grants during 2008/09 totalled $41,881

 Savings and recoveries were returned to the Fund and will be applied to Community

Benefit SA grants in subsequent funding rounds.

In accordance with a resolution of the Board of the above Fund the attached statement of income and expenditure is confirmed as fairly reflecting the results and operations of the Fund for the year ending 30

June 2009.”

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Community Benefit SA

Round 28, 2009 - 2010

Funded Projects: Summary Project Descriptions

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Aberfoyle Community Centre

Inc

African Community

Organisation Of South

Australia Incorporated

African Women's Federation of SA

Project Summary

Purchase and install a washing machine and equipment to establish a laundry service on site managed by 20 volunteers to supply hygienic kitchen linen and other materials to support a range of meal and community programs which have 6,760 attendances per quarter by disadvantaged people living in the Onkaparinga area.

Fund a Project Officer and operational costs to establish and develop a micro social enterprise cultural

African market in Prospect Plaza. The Project Officer will work with stall holders from African communities to equip and resource them with the business skills for the market and link with local businesses.

Purchase equipment to establish an office and support case work, referral, job search assistance, life skill programs for 200 low income female African refugees and their families.

Aldinga Bay Baptist Church

Incorporated

Aldinga Community Centre

Incorporated

Purchase program equipment and toys to provide resources to develop parenting skills and enhance a weekly musical program run by 7 volunteers for 75 families with children from birth to 12 years and their parents/carers.

Enhance the community gardening program and support 5 existing community groups by purchasing garden equipment for 60 disadvantaged community members, including 20 single parents on low incomes.

Anxiety Disorders Association

South East Incorporated

Contribute funds to a facilitator and running costs to conduct a 11 week 'A Great Step Forward' and early intervention cognitive therapy program 'Mind Over Mood' for 30 mental health consumers.

Grant

$1,520

Regions

Onkaparinga (C)

$17,790

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

$7,000

Whole Metropolitan

$4,280

Onkaparinga (C)

$1,000

Onkaparinga (C)

$4,700

$8,430

Grant (DC)

Kingston (DC)

Mount Gambier (C)

Naracoorte and Lucindale (DC)

Robe (DC)

Tatiara (DC)

Whole Metropolitan

Association of Ukrainians in

South Australia Incorporated

Purchase and install a chair lifter to stairs located in the facility at Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh to enable 100 frail elderly Ukranian people with disabilities to access centre based activities including meals, emergency relief, case management, counselling and recreation and cultural programs.

1

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Australian Red Cross

Society-South Australian

Division

Autism Association of South

Australia Incorporated

Bagster Road Community

Centre Inc

Balaklava Town Hall

Management Committee Inc

Baptist Care (SA)

Incorporated

Project Summary

Deliver 2 x 3 days culturally appropriate Senior First Aid training courses for 30 rural and remote

Anangu Aboriginal people in the APY Lands within the communities of Pukatja, Amata, Mimili and

Fregon.

Contribute to the upgrade of the Autism SA playground at Manor Farm in partnership with Morialta

Trust and Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) Capital Funds to enhance the play environment, the

Early Development Program and individual therapy sessions for 32 children with Autism and

Asperger's Syndrome.

Purchase rubber soft fall and additional play equipment to enhance experimental play and provide safer inside and outside play areas to support the creche and other programs of the community centre for families with children under 5 years in the Sailsbury North Area.

Purchase 2 air conditioners for the Balaklava Town Hall used by 250 rural and remote people and groups as meeting rooms, employment groups for interviewing clients, dressing rooms for productions by public and private schools and community groups for dramatic arts and dance groups.

Deliver 2 wilderness therapy camps (1 male, 1 female) to 20 disadvantaged and homeless people suffering from drug & alcohol issues and mental health problems.

Baptist Care (SA)

Incorporated

Provide a series of 3 master classes with the Didgeridoo, a camp including cultural activities for 12 young severely disadvantaged Aboriginal men to culminate into a free public choir performance.

Baptist Care (SA)

Incorporated

Purchase box trailer and associated equipment for the Adventure camps involving 175 disengaged youth per year.

Barkuma Incorporated

Bedford Industries

Incorporated

Provide laundry equipment at the Elizabeth Business Services site to upgrade the facilities to enable

100 supported employees with disabilities to wash linen for work and lunch areas, first aid and sick rooms and employees' garments.

Purchase and install a commercial oven at Goodwood Road, Panorama as part of an $39,900 project to provide a commercial standard kitchen for use in supported employment and training programs for

40 people with a disability.

2

Grant

$8,000

Regions

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

$20,000

Statewide

$9,540

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

$4,680

Wakefield (DC)

$5,000

Mid Murray (DC)

The Coorong (DC)

$9,030

Adelaide (C)

Mid Murray (DC)

$5,720

Statewide

$1,030

Playford (C)

$5,900

Burnside (C)

Campbelltown (C)

Holdfast Bay (C)

Mitcham (C)

Salisbury (C)

Unley (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Berri Regional Child Care

Centre Inc

Project Summary

Purchase sturdy children's bikes, scooters and trikes to enhance play and physical activity for 90 disadvantaged children per week in Berri.

Big Issue In Australia Limited

Bowden Brompton

Community Group

Incorporated

Employ Project Workers for 48 weeks @ 30hpw to implement Phase I of a 4 Phase expansion to (1) establish 24 new pitches (places to work for vendors) in metropolitan and rural areas to sell 'The Big

Issue' magazine (2) build partnerships with key local agencies, councils, businesses and volunteers

(3) recruit and train 72 new volunteer vendors.

Contribute to installation & replacement of toilets and hand basins to improve the facilities of the centre used by 840 people per month that are socially isolated and some have serious health issues.

Boystown

Purchase equipment to enhance the capacity of the landscaping program which provides employment and training programs for 15 disadvantaged young people.

Camden Community Centre

Incorporated

Provide flooring for Community Child Care Centre to support the provision of occasional child care and a weekly playgroup for 150 disadvantaged children and families.

Camden Park Child Care

Centre

Fund a contribution to install 2 air conditioners to upgrade community child care centre facilities used by 100 disadvantaged children and families.

Catholic Church Endowment

Society Inc

Catholic Church Endowment

Society Incorporated through

Centacare Catholic Family

Services

Catholic Church Endowment

Society Incorporated through

Centacare Catholic Family

Services

Fund a contribution to a $90,000 building project to construct and fit out the Galilee Op Shop Aldinga

Beach to provide good recycled clothing, school uniforms, company (friendship), information, advice, access to local resources and agencies, volunteering and social opportunities to assist 920 disadvantaged local residents and 40 volunteer students.

Fund a 50% contribution to purchase and install new heating at Cheltenham Place, 72 Cheltenham Pl,

Malvern, to support 90 clients living with HIV/AIDS in a 5 bed short term residential care facility.

Purchase books, games and specialist resources to enhance the Play and Parenting Programs, including the Bilbi Bus intensive Supported Playgroups and the Homeless and Parenting Program

Initiative home visiting program (HAPPI), providing specialist counselling, parenting support and information to 990 low income and marginalised families with children from birth to 12 years.

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Grant

$2,310

Regions

Berri and Barmera (DC)

$36,920

Statewide

$5,000

$6,250

Adelaide (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

West Torrens (C)

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$10,000

Playford (C)

West Torrens (C)

$20,000

West Torrens (C)

$20,000

Onkaparinga (C)

$6,000

Statewide

$5,000

Whole Metropolitan

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

City of Holdfast Bay

City of Salisbury

Project Summary

Purchase program equipment to support choir and entertainment activities of the Singing Magpies, a sub program of LifeLinks offering 90 members from supported residential facilities the opportunity to connect to their community through performance and participation in community events.

Fund specialist facilitators and program costs to provide a 6-week life skills program for 35 adults with an intellectual disability involved in the Fun on Fridays and Salisbury Social Groups.

Clare & Gilbert Valleys

Council

Clubhouse SA Inc

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Community Food SA Inc

Community Living Options

Incorporated

Fund a contribution to a $80,000 project to upgrade the skate park facility used by 1200 young people at Clare to provide a safe, supervised, multi discipline social and sporting facility for skateboarding,

BMX and scooters. Project to be further developed and managed through the engagement of the

Clare Valley Youth Advisory Committee.

Fund a contribution to purchase, install and replace commercial quality dishwasher and spray arm and upgrade facilities in the community house that is used as a hospitality training facility and provides a weekday catering service to 260 members per year while providing psychosocial rehabilitation for people with mental illness.

Fund a contribution to registration, travel subsidy and part accommodation costs for 15 volunteers from country and outer metropolitan regional community centres who have limited access to other government funding to attend the 2010 CANH conference.

Conduct 3 one day courses to 90 volunteers and paid staff on cultural inclusivity and understanding of

African cultures, societies and issues and how this relates to the work of community centres and houses.

Conduct 3 one day courses to 90 volunteers and paid staff on cultural inclusivity and understanding of

Muslim cultures, societies and issues and how this relates to the work of community centres and houses.

Employ a 0.6 FTE Project Officer for 1 year as Stage 2 of a project to develop a range of initiatives to support the future sustainability of the agency to (1) develop 3 social enterprises - Arnold's Place as a low cost coffee shop, the Food Centre and a second hand shop (2) build strong linkages with Job

Networks that lead to work experience opportunities (3) develop volunteer initiatives and numbers to assist 600 families in poverty per week.

Fund a contribution to a $34,700 project to conduct 3 x 4 day camps over 12 months at Narnu Farm

Hindmarsh Island with activities including riding, Greenhills adventure, learning to surf for 18 people with intellectual and physical disabilities to engage in learning, enjoyment, teamwork, social and self exploration.

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Grant

$6,000

Regions

Holdfast Bay (C)

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

Unley (C)

$5,600

Salisbury (C)

$20,000

Clare and Gilbert Valleys (DC)

Wakefield (DC)

$9,000

Whole Metropolitan

$5,000

Whole Rural

$5,000

Statewide

$5,000

Statewide

$35,000

Charles Sturt (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$15,600

Marion (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Victor Harbor (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Cora Barclay Centre

Council of Aboriginal Elders of South Australia

Incorporated

Country North Community

Services Incorporated

Project Summary

Employ a coordinator as a part of a $35,900 project to conduct Sound Beginnings, an early intervention support program including home visits, case management, social evenings and mentoring for 120 people including mums, partners and family members of newly diagnosed deaf babies.

Fund a contribution to the Whyalla Aboriginal Elders Forum to conduct a country music night social and networking event in February 2010 for 170 Aboriginal Elders and youth to strengthen the council and its role in advocating for frail and aged Aboriginal people.

Fund a contribution to purchase 4 lockable credenzas to equip new offices with an accessible and professional environment for 3 staff and 12 volunteers providing respite, advocacy, support and services (Centrelink & Service SA Agency) and store training equipment, personal files, archive boxes and stationery.

Provide funds to purchase kitchen equipment to upgrade facilities for 90 Cummins RSL Veterans and deliver a 20 week life skills course to 80 rural young people.

Cummins Yeelanna Returned and Services League Sub

Branch

District Council of Mount

Remarkable

District Council of Streaky

Bay

District Council of Tumby Bay

DOME Association Inc

Contribute funding to a $44,270 project to refurbish and upgrade the children's playground at

Wilmington used by 200 families with children from Wilmington and surrounding regions experiencing low incomes and living in drought conditions.

Purchase & install two BBQ's as Stage 12 of an upgrade to the Streaky Bay Oval precinct project to provide a new recreational facility and complement the playground area used by 2,000 disadvantaged rural community members and 15,000 quarterly visitors.

Contribute part funding towards the construction of a 12sq room extension to the kindergarten at

Tumby Bay to accommodate expanding needs for 390 families with preschool children per week from rural and remote areas in Long Day Care, pre-school, playgroup and support visiting health professionals, parenting courses, speech and occupational therapy.

Upgrade 12 computers to enable paid staff and volunteers to provide IT and business skills training 36 weeks per year for 420 mature aged unemployed.

Dulwich Centre Foundation

Inc

Contribute part funding towards a $12,200 project to conduct training for 50 disadvantaged young people from refugee families using the collective narrative therapy approach 'Team of Life' and produce 2,000 DVD's to be used by 80 community leaders and professionals when responding to vulnerable young people.

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Grant

$27,900

Regions

Statewide

$4,000

Port Augusta (C)

Unincorporated SA

Whyalla (C)

$1,000

$5,100

Clare and Gilbert Valleys (DC)

Goyder (DC)

Mallala (DC)

Northern Areas (DC)

Wakefield (DC)

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

$11,900

Mount Remarkable (DC)

$10,400

Streaky Bay (DC)

$20,000

Tumby Bay (DC)

$9,960

Statewide

$8,500

Whole Metropolitan

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Eastwood Community Centre

Inc

Encounter Centre Inc

Encounter FM Community

Broadcasters Association

Incorporated

Epilepsy Association of South

Australia and The Northern

Territory Inc

Epilepsy Association of South

Australia and The Northern

Territory Inc

Family Inclusion Network of

South Australia Incorporated

Foodbank of South Australia

Inc

Gawler Neighbourhood House

Inc

Gawler Youth Workers

Network Inc

Project Summary

(1) Supply and install vinyl flooring and a blind to the community kitchen to support programs associated with the community 'sensory' garden (2) purchase a binding machine, and photographic printer for the brain injured special needs group 'Step out' to make a calendar using photos developed from meals produced from the garden.

Contribute to the purchase of a 12-seater $32,000 vehicle to transport participants to a range of daily programs, outings and to special events to support day options, ESL and literacy programs for 80 people that are disadvantaged through disability, youth, unemployment, retirees or mature aged with community service orders or income support obligations.

Purchase and install 2 air conditioners for administration and studio areas to provide a comfortable working environment to support over 60 volunteers that administer and deliver the services of community radio station 5EFM to the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

Contribute to accommodation, transport and camp activities as part of an $11,650 project to provide a

3 day, 2 night camp for 15 couples caring for children with epilepsy to gain control of their lives and receive assistance in accessing services, through counselling, respite, advocacy and liaison between clinical and other services.

Contribute to accommodation, transport and camp activities as part of an $16,800 project to provide a

3 day, 2 night camp at Blue Light Noorla Yo-Long, in Millicent in March 2010 for 50 young carers with parents or siblings suffering from epilepsy.

Provide printing 500 information kits and brochures on the SA Child Protection System, and contribution towards the facilitation by volunteers of 24 support groups sessions run fortnightly over 12 months for parents in the Child Protection System who have had their children removed and placed in care (25% Aboriginal).

Fund a contribution to a $250,000 project to establish a regional Foodbank service based in Whyalla by part funding the purchase of a 3 pallet capacity refrigerated delivery van valued at $72,000 to deliver 200,000 meals of emergency food relief to 30 regional welfare groups in the first year reaching

15,000 marginalised people in remote South Australia - Iron Triangle, north, mid north, west coast,

APY Lands.

Provide air conditioning to the Op Shop to provide a comfortable working environment to 40 volunteers, prevent early closure in extreme heat conditions and increase client contact above 15,500 per year.

Engage young people to design and implement 6 youth focussed community music events to be attended by 1800 disadvantaged young people from the Gawler, Barossa and Light regions. Project will be supported by 4 local organisations including SAPOL, Gawler Lion Club and Gawler Health.

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Grant

$4,110

Regions

Burnside (C)

Unley (C)

$15,000

Alexandrina (DC)

Victor Harbor (DC)

$3,420

Alexandrina (DC)

Victor Harbor (DC)

Yankalilla (DC)

$8,150

Statewide

$9,000

Statewide

$3,330

Whole Metropolitan

$40,000

Whole Rural

$6,800

$6,810

Clare and Gilbert Valleys (DC)

Gawler (M)

Light (DC)

Playford (C)

Barossa (DC)

Gawler (M)

Light (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Glencoe Football Club Inc

Hackham West Community

Centre Inc

Project Summary

Remove old cupboards and install new cupboards, bench and floor tiles at the football club kitchen in

Glencoe that provides a venue to different community groups for a range of services, programs, meals, functions and events to 18,300 people of all ages.

Upgrade of the computer suite and education resources to enhance basic and advanced training in computer and related equipment and provide access for 500 people from low socio-economic areas.

Heads Of Churches State

Schools Ministry

Coordinating Group Inc

Hills Community Options

Incorporated

Conduct 4 adventure-based camps on Kangaroo Island over 12 months for 32 young people who are at risk of exclusion from school and experiencing family conflict or crisis for a Camping Intervention

Program to assist development.

Employ an instructor to complete the development of the 'My Friends' program to enable the delivery of the program to assist 60 clients with intellectual disabilities to navigate social relationships better.

Hills Family Church

Incorporated

Purchase resources to deliver a 5 week parenting skills program 'Starting Points' for 20 parents/caregivers who are at risk of depression and stress with low self esteem.

Holiday Explorers

Incorporated

Hope Central Incorporated

Inman Valley Memorial Hall

Inc

Iron Knob Progress

Association Inc

Purchase mobile phones to enhance communication between office staff and volunteers for weekend camps participated by 650 people with intellectual and multiple disabilities and to improve emergency

24/7 on call support.

Purchase shade for the playground at Hope Central's new permanent base at Elizabeth South

Community, 51 Goodman Road, Elizabeth South to create a safe, recreational, learning area for children while their parents participate in programs at the centre. 250 people per week access Hope

Central's programs and services.

Upgrade the Inman Valley Memorial Hall used by 2000 people annually by purchasing and installing a new kitchen including wall oven, sink, basin and preparation area to enable a more user friendly facility for 6 community groups to access and provide a wide range of social, sporting, entertainment and emergency functions.

Contribute to a $15,000 project to upgrade the community playground at Iron Knob to provide a quality venue for family activities for 200 people to support playgroups facilitated by RICE and school camps.

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Grant

$9,880

Regions

Mount Gambier (C)

Wattle Range (DC)

$6,000

Onkaparinga (C)

$5,000

Statewide

$2,820

$3,050

Adelaide (C)

Alexandrina (DC)

Mount Barker (DC)

Murray Bridge (RC)

Mount Barker (DC)

$580

Statewide

$6,530

Playford (C)

$9,980

Victor Harbor (DC)

Yankalilla (DC)

$10,500

Unincorporated SA

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Justicenet SA Incorporated

Kapinnie Recreation Hall

Association Inc

Project Summary

Employ a part time project officer for 6 months to develop and implement an induction and training program and complementary resources to create a permanent framework for recruiting and retaining retired lawyers as vounteers into the JusticeNet pro bono legal assistance referral scheme.

Fund the purchase of materials as a contribution to a $58,000 project to upgrade the Kapinnie Hall, comprising toilets, change room and storage facilities, to provide social and recreation activities used by 14 community organisations and 7000 people in a rural and remote district

Fund training expenses to conduct two 10-week numeracy/literacy and nutrition courses designed to reduce social isolation and improve English skills of 45 new arrivals.

Kilburn Blair Athol

Community Action Group

Incorporated

Kilburn Blair Athol

Community Action Group

Incorporated

Kimba Agricultural

Horticultural and Floricultural

Society Incorporated

Kindergym In the Hills

Fund training expenses to conduct two 10-week cooking courses designed to reduce social isolation and improve nutrition of 30 new arrival families and their children.

Part fund air conditioners for the Kimba Show Hall used by 565 people for senior social groups and local fitness, sporting club functions, hostel, hospital, fundraising, TAFE workshops, and the district in general.

Purchase play equipment for use in Kindergym sessions used by 400 children aged 1-4 years and families per week from Mt Barker, Alexandrina and Adelaide Hills regions.

Koonibba Aboriginal

Community Council Inc.

Kura Yerlo Council Inc

Labs 'n Life Incorporated

Purchase 2 industrial washing machines to complement and support the home makers program delivered by the Community Housing and Infrastructure Program (CHIP) assisting 49 households and the entire Koonibba Aboriginal community.

Fund upgrade of women's toilets and showers in the Youth Linx area, to support 16 programs delivered at and from the centre, including youth programs.

Fund training fees to co-support 100 highly at risk young people to participate in the 60 hour Labs n'

Life program through the training of Labrador Retrievers.

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Grant

$10,000

Regions

Statewide

$25,000

Elliston (DC)

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

$3,190

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

$3,590

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

Salisbury (C)

$8,000

Kimba (DC)

$4,000

Adelaide Hills (DC)

Mount Barker (DC)

$4,400

Unincorporated SA

$38,980

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$6,000

Charles Sturt (C)

Marion (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Laura Preschool Governing

Council

Lifeworks Community Care

Inc

Lutheran Church of Australia

(SA & NT District) Inc

Lutheran Community Care

Maralinga Tjarutja

Incorporated

Marion Bay Township

Incorporated

Mary Potter Foundation Inc

Mid Murray Community

Support Service Inc

Midway Road Community

House Incorporated

Project Summary

Purchase and install shade structure for 90 rural and remote preschool children for the play and learning area for safe outdoor recreation, to enhance facilities for the kindergarten, playgroup and in-venue family day care.

Employ a part time Project Officer for 20 weeks, purchase gym equipment and program resources to

(1) conduct 1x8 week personal development and a 1x8 week gym and personal fitness course run in parallel and (2) link young men to a mentor who will act as a personal trainer and be a positive male role model to 12 young men who are at risk of offending or re-offending (50% Aboriginal, 25% multicultural).

Employ a qualified driving instructor to conduct 10 one-hour training sessions for each of 30 disadvantaged participants who have been homeless or suffered heath problems and addictions to gain a probationary driving licence, and increase positive life skills and employment opportunities.

Fund program expenses to develop and implement (1) four half-day money management workshops and (2) a 6-week course in financial literacy, to 50 participants in collaboration with Lutheran

Community Care financial counsellors.

Purchase 2 industrial washing machines to complement and support the Home Living Skills

Assistance (HLSA) program in partnership with CHIP (Housing SA) for 11 households in Oak Valley and the local Aboriginal community.

Contribute part funding to a $43,660 partnership project to upgrade the toilet, install air conditioning, provide fencing and furniture to the community centre at Marion Bay to provide (1) a childcare facility which meets National Standards (2) a playgroup and (3) a new family day care program to support

140 disadvantaged families and children.

Fund Project Officer for 12 months @ 12 hpw plus set up costs to work in conjunction with the Mary

Potter Hospice (MPH) staff team to establish a specific palliative care program, resource guide and information pamphlets which will ensure that terminally ill Indigenous Australians and their families will receive culturally appropriate and supported terminal care. 100 Aboriginal people to be supported per year within 5 years by MPH.

Purchase kitchen equipment to upgrade the community centre in Mannum to improve delivery of courses, training and meetings including cooking workshops for 80 disadvantaged people including young families and isolated men.

Purchase and install blinds to upgrade the centre's facility and provide a more comfortable space for

11,800 services provided at the centre per year including counselling, education, recreation, health and wellbeing, playgroups, fundraising activities and community meetings.

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Grant

$5,610

Regions

Mount Remarkable (DC)

Northern Areas (DC)

$12,570

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$17,760

Campbelltown (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

$3,690

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$4,400

Maralinga Tjarutja (AC)

$25,000

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

$22,890

Statewide

$1,540

Mid Murray (DC)

$1,270

Playford (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Minda Incorporated

Mission Australia Early

Learning Services Limited

Morella Community Centre

Inc

MOSH Australia Limited

Project Summary

Purchase resources and employ facilitators to engage participants in outings, workshops and the development of a pilot program to improve social inclusion and employment prospects for people with disabilities, in partnership with the Inner Southern Mental Health network.

Contribute part funding to a $22,000 project to purchase educational resources and toys to establish an early learning toy library at the Elizabeth Vale Early Learning Centre for 70 disadvantaged children per day.

Purchase a professional coffee machine and furniture to (1) establish a community café as a social enterprise (2) provide low cost community facility for 250 disadvantaged people per week and (3) provide training opportunities in hospitality for unemployed and volunteers and create pathways to employment.

Conduct a three day camp in April 2010 to provide respite and mentoring and improve resilience in 20 young people bereaved through suicide.

Mt. View Homes Inc

Munda & Wanna Mar Inc

Contribute to the purchase and construction of a shed at Booleroo Centre to provide an activity space for 20 isolated and ageing men to participate in structured and semi structured activities in partnership with Mt View Homes and District Council of Mt Remarkable.

Purchase a disability friendly hoist to provide safe training opportunities in vehicle mechanics and enable the 60 Aboriginal residents and other Aboriginal communities to service and maintain farm and private vehicles and to improve confidence, decision making and problem solving.

Provide recreational activities, transport and train volunteers to conduct a 5 day live-in event for 35 disabled children and 15 siblings to provide respite for carers and develop social networks.

Muscular Dystrophy

Association Incorporated

Muslim Womens Association

Of South Australia Inc

Fund a support worker, program resources and childcare to provide a 10 week support group for 25

Muslim women to reduce social isolation and gain employment skills.

Ngura Wiru Winkiku

Indigenous Corporation

Install a kitchen at the Ngura Wiru Winkiku Cultural Centre located at Port Adelaide in partnership with

Better World Arts for 100 Anangu people travelling from APY lands to prepare healthy food on a daily basis and to support traditional Anangu arts and cultural activities.

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Grant

$3,000

$10,000

Regions

Holdfast Bay (C)

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Playford (C)

$7,880

$3,000

Gawler (M)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Statewide

$11,240

Mount Remarkable (DC)

$10,780

Ceduna (DC)

$11,700

Statewide

$3,250

$11,220

Adelaide (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Marion (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

No Strings Attached Theatre

Of Disability Incorporated

North East Christian Centre

Inc

North East Community

Assistance Project

Project Summary

Purchase audio equipment to enhance quality and capacity of 7 weekly drama workshops for 100 weekly program participants with a disability or dual diagnosis to improve wellbeing, foster creativity and facilitate social inclusion.

Purchase a commercial refrigerator to enhance the Northgate Community Café, run from the welfare centre supporting emergency relief, accommodation and family support programs for 300 disadvantaged people per week and to comply with food hygiene standards.

Renovate and outfit the existing Thrift Shop at Hillcrest which services the needs of 12,000 disadvantaged people each year to access low cost household items.

Northern Areas Council

Oak Valley (Maralinga Inc)

One Voice Network

Incorporated

Fund materials and concreting as a contribution to a $40,060 community engagement project to construct a skate park in Laura to benefit 850 people including rural and remote children and young people who are financially disadvantaged and lack safe recreation opportunities.

Upgrade the youth centre of Oak Valley community, by installing power and plumbing for the kitchen to support a range of programs running in partnership with SAPOL, CDEP, RLCIP and Families SA to improve nutrition, wellbeing and quality of life for 100 Aboriginal people living in Oak Valley.

Purchase equipment to enhance programs at the resource centre for mental health activities in Berri including music, cooking, sewing and craft for 25 people per week with complex mental health needs.

Orana Incorporated

Orana Incorporated

Install 25 new propogation work benches at the Melaleuca Business Service in Meningie as a contribution to upgrade the training facility enhancing personal independence and self-reliance for 7 supported employees with a disability.

Fit out the centre-based respite facility at Whyalla as a part of a $25,000 project to provide 24/7 respite opportunities for 50 people with intellectual disabilities and their families and carers.

Palliative Care Council of

South Australia Inc

Provide a subsidy toward rural volunteers' registrations to attend the Palliative Care Volunteer

Conference in May 2010 as part of a $41,650 project to improve support and information for 135 volunteers and their families and carers.

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Grant

$4,000

Regions

Whole Metropolitan

$4,000

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$20,620

$14,580

Campbelltown (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Northern Areas (DC)

$28,000

Maralinga Tjarutja (AC)

$1,390

Berri and Barmera (DC)

Loxton Waikerie (DC)

Renmark Paringa (DC)

$4,500

Alexandrina (DC)

$10,000

$4,000

Cleve (DC)

Kimba (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

Whyalla (C)

Statewide

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Parents 4 Kids Incorporated

Partners In Grain NSW VIC

TAS

Playford Community Fund Inc

Project Summary

Fund the production of a quality DVD over a 36 week period in collaboration with Uni SA and a Film

Production Company, comprising 8 volunteers, 4 therapists, DIR parents and graphic artists, that will provide a visual medium for sharing information, insights, hope and parent application of DIR

Floortime techniques to empower 5,400 families including parents, professionals and agencies dealing with children with sensory disorders.

Contribute funding towards a $40,000 project to conduct a series of workshops in 3 rural locations for

30 disadvantaged women from rural areas to build capacity, leadership, communication skills and resilience.

Purchase shed materials to construct an additional storage facility in partnership with Job Services

Australia to expand emergency relief program assisting 3,220 low income families per year.

Plaza Youth Centre

Incorporated

Contribute part funds to a $44,000 project to purchase an 8 seater van for staff from Plaza, other agencies and the wider community to transport 200 disadvantaged young Aboriginal people and youth with disabilities in the Whyalla region to programs, activities and other services.

Supply dishwasher, stove and 2 fridges to child care centre to be more efficient, become a greener centre and improve wellbeing of 250 children who attend the centre weekly.

Port Pirie & District Child's

Centre Incorporated

Port Pirie Regional Aboriginal

Community Centre

Incorporated

Portside Community Church

Inc

Presbyterian Church Mt

Barker

Fund a part time Activity Officer over 6 months to deliver programs and activities to provide 1,200 services to young Aboriginal people to improve self confidence, provide leadership skills and decision making capabilities to reduce criminal activities.

Contribute towards the purchase and installation of an indoor playground as part of a $75,000 project to upgrade facilities adjacent to the café at Causeway Road, Ethelton to support 200 people per week from low income families with children including refugees attending a variety of community programs, courses, weekly drop in and mental health support programs.

Fund a contribution to the delivery of 2 x 5 week parenting programs run by Relationships Australia for

60 families suffering financial hardship and unemployment, and provide child care to ensure accessibility for parents.

Grant

$9,800

Regions

Statewide

$13,650

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Mid Murray (DC)

Naracoorte and Lucindale (DC)

$4,900

Playford (C)

$30,000

Whyalla (C)

$7,220

Port Pirie City and Dists (M)

$9,500

Port Pirie City and Dists (M)

$10,000

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$3,000

Mount Barker (DC)

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Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Prison Fellowship of Australia

- in SA

Project Summary

Purchase a gas powered van to transport (1) 250 children and families of prisoners to events and camps (2) furniture when families are relocating (3) donated second hand furniture and clothing to the

"Second Chances Op Shop".

Renmark Paringa Council

Renmark Paringa Council

Reynella Neighbourhood

Centre Inc

Riverland West Chamber of

Commerce

Riversgate Housing

Association Inc

SA Tall Ships Incorporated

Seaford/Moana

Neighbourhood Centre Inc

Siblings Australia Inc.

Employ a part time Project Officer for 12 months to (1) investigate different models of community management (2) develop and implement an appropriate community based volunteer management and governance model and (3) identify programs, develop and implement a model for the delivery of programs for the Renmark Paringa Community Centre for 35 volunteers that assist 2,600 people per year.

Upgrade and equip the Renmark Paringa Community Centre servicing 2,600 rural people per year to strengthen the centre, improve programs provided to the community and provide a "place for everyone in the community to grow and belong", "a meeting place", and a "one stop shop".

Purchase 6 desktop computers and 8 port switches to upgrade computer centre for teaching 200 community members IT skills to decrease social isolation and increase employability skills.

Fund a contribution to the purchase of a mobile coffee trailer to provide coffee, cake and drinks to

4,000 community members and be (1) utilised as a fundraiser at 38 scheduled community events per year in the 4 local towns (2) made available for free hire to other charities (3) used to train unemployed and students in hospitality skills.

Replace an air conditioner to provide cooling and improve comfort for 150 residents and visitors in the kitchen/dining area of the Riversgate 5 unit facility in Waikerie to improve supported care for residents during extreme heat.

Contribute part funding in partnership with other funding bodies for 18 Aboriginal youth voyage places on the One & All Sailing Ship to provide a 7 day sail training adventure program to gain improved outcomes in 6 defined areas - dealing with conflict, confidence, teamwork, technical and communication skills and appreciation of others.

Purchase 4 computers to upgrade and enhance administration, reception and treasurer duties to support 40 volunteers and 1,000 participants per week in community programs.

Purchase office equipment to upgrade resources of the organisation to raise awareness of support strategies approprate for siblings of 1,500 people with special needs or disabilities who lack the tools to deal with stress and isolation.

13

Grant

$26,000

$30,770

Regions

Marion (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Renmark Paringa (DC)

$10,000

Berri and Barmera (DC)

Renmark Paringa (DC)

$7,170

Onkaparinga (C)

$5,000

Loxton Waikerie (DC)

Mid Murray (DC)

$2,820

Loxton Waikerie (DC)

$10,000

Statewide

$4,960

Onkaparinga (C)

$3,600

Statewide

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Sophia: Ecumenical Feminist

Spirituality Inc.

Soroptimist International Of

The Region Of South

Australia Incorporate

South Australian Association

Of Community Based Child

Care Centres Inc

Project Summary

Purchase tables, trolley, ramp and learning materials to upgrade program equipment for the weekly

English classes delivered by 35 volunteer tutors to 30 participants including refugee women and their children from the Middle East and Africa who are unable to access other programs due to transport and child care needs.

Purchase a data projector to improve service delivery for 220 volunteers who deliver training and other services to 5,220 rural and remote women and groups.

Southern Community Project

Group Inc

Fund a 0.2 FTE Speech Pathology Clinical Educator for 26 weeks and resources to establish an innovative early intervention program in partnership with Flinders University to train parents and carers to facilitate normal speech, language and communication development for 300 pre-school children who have high needs attending 3 Community Children's Centres; and then extend and sustain the program across Adelaide in the future.

Purchase materials and tools to equip the workshop to provide weekly woodwork, metal work and painting programs over 12 months for 35 disadvantaged males aged over 50 and other disadvantaged community groups who meet to work on charitable projects and to socialise.

Provide IT equipment to support efficient growth of property and housing services, which will build 500 affordable houses to accommodate 750 disadvantaged families with children over the next 5 years.

Southern Junction

Community Services

Incorporated

Spark Resource Centre

Incorporated

Spastic Centres Of South

Australia Inc

Spastic Centres Of South

Australia Inc

Special Olympics South

Australia Inc

Purchase active indoor play equipment, cards, books and games to provide resources to promote emotional wellbeing and intellectual development and enhance programs run by 4 volunteers and 3 paid staff for 150 sole parents with children.

Purchase an electric hoist to upgrade program equipment at the Mount Gambier Hub to assist in client movement of 20 people that have severe and multiple disabilities who require assistance with carrying out personal care tasks in day services and respite camps.

Purchase a hydraulic change table to upgrade program equipment at the Mount Gambier Hub to assist 20 clients with severe and multiple disabilities who require assistance with carrying out personal care tasks in day services and respite camps.

Employ a part time volunteer coordinator to develop materials and conduct recruitment to expand the volunteer program for intellectually disabled competitors at National Games in April 2010 and to achieve a sustainable volunteer program.

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Grant

$1,700

Regions

Charles Sturt (C)

Mitcham (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

West Torrens (C)

$1,000

Whole Rural

$12,600

Onkaparinga (C)

$3,660

Onkaparinga (C)

$10,000

$1,500

Alexandrina (DC)

Marion (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Victor Harbor (DC)

Whole Metropolitan

$2,500

Mount Gambier (C)

$2,950

Mount Gambier (C)

$7,000

Statewide

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

St Pauls Lutheran Church

Mclaren Vale

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

Project Summary

Contribute to shed and flooring to construct extra storage space for the op-shop, adjacent to the existing shed at Aldersey St, McLaren Vale to enhance 385 welfare services provided per year including emergency relief, referral and support services. 85% families.

Purchase a 7x4 trailer with canopy and cage for use by the Salisbury Conference to help with relief efforts to assist volunteers to safely and effectively transport furniture and other household items in a timely manner, deliver food parcels and hampers at Christmas, and remove rubbish from back yards servicing 60 families per month.

Purchase storage shelves for the Ladies Sewing Conference at Hindmarsh to support 11 volunteers to make clothing and blankets for distribution to 1,000 people in need. (75% families).

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

Fund the purchase and installation of reverse cycle air conditioning at the Brighton Family Centre to increase opening hours during hot weather, where 40 volunteers sort, price and process donated second hand clothing and household goods which are provided at no cost to 960 people per month that are in need or sold at affordable prices.

Purchase, paint and install 3 wall mounted drop down tables to be erected in a narrow room at the

Whyalla Conference to enable 44 volunteers to make up food hampers and parcels of household items including bedding, manchester and crockery for more than 600 people per year.

Install evaporative air conditioning at the Hawthorn Family Centre to extend store opening hours in hot weather and to enhance working area of 75 volunteers who sort, price and process donated second hand clothing and household goods which are provided at no cost to 1,680 people per month in need or sold at affordable prices.

Fund the purchase and installation of reverse cycle air conditioning at the Christies Beach Family

Centre to extend the opening hours during hot weather and enhance the working area where 25 volunteers sort, price and process donated second hand clothing and household goods which are provided at no costr or affordable prices to 600 people per month.

Purchase laptop computer and printer for the Millicent Conference to provide better record keeping and improve services and support to 600 economically disadvantaged people by providing emergency food and assistance, medical assistance, budget counselling, referrals to services and emergency accommodation.

Fund a contribution to a $73,000 project for a Toyota Hiace Commuter Bus for "Fred's Van - Street

Community Outreach" to provide (1) free hot meals, take home food, hot and cold drinks, blankets, sleeping bags, beanies, gloves and scarfs, and (2) companionship - to assist 800 homeless and vulnerable people living in poverty in metropolitan Adelaide and CBD.

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Grant

$800

Regions

Alexandrina (DC)

Onkaparinga (C)

$2,100

Salisbury (C)

$1,120

Statewide

$2,710

Holdfast Bay (C)

$1,150

Whyalla (C)

$3,600

Mitcham (C)

$2,710

Onkaparinga (C)

$1,400

Mount Gambier (C)

$40,000

Adelaide (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

Project Summary

Purchase a 40 foot shipping container for storing donated furniture located at Kadina, to assist 30 volunteers that service 240 disadvantaged people in poverty per year in the Kadina and Wallaroo district.

Purchase equipment to establish an office accessed by 120 low income Sudanese refugees and migrants and to support a case worker including referral and job search assistance.

Sudanese Community

Association of Australia (SA

Branch)

Teddy Love Club Inc

The Asthma Foundation of

South Australia Inc

The Gold Foundation

The Hall

The Murray Bridge

Agricultural and Horticultural

Society Inc.

The Nuer Community

Association Of Sa Inc

The Paddocks Centre

Incorporated

Print and distribute 500 Teddy Love Club Resource packs provided to bereaved parents, families and friends with quick and easy access to comprehensive bereavement support resources to aid in individual grief recovery and support healing.

Contribute part funding for new IT server hardware to enable staff and volunteers to upload data, share files and reliably and securely provide (1) asthma management information and advice to assist in the self management of asthma (2) emergency management information for people struggling to breath. 4,800 calls per year.

Part fund furniture, equipment and establishment costs for Asperger House at Belair to equip the facility for health and education referrals, social skills programs and to disseminate specialist information to the 2,000 individuals with a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome.

Purchase 5 steel storage cabinets to upgrade facilities within The Hall at Mannum to provide storage for arts and crafts, equipment and gardening materials and support drop in activities accessed by 55 low income mental health consumers per week.

Purchase 100 outdoor chairs, 20 outdoor tables and a barrel chair trolley to equip and support over

4,000 local people and 20 low cost community events and programs held at the Murray Bridge

Showgrounds annually including the MB Show, MB Rodeo, All Breeds Horse Show, monthly community market days, the Historical Society, Poultry and Pigeon Club, festivals, training programs, driver education, photography and philatelic clubs.

Engage youth leadership specialists to collaborate and develop initiatives involving meetings and targeted events to empower 2000 refugee youth from African countries to build relationships and overcome isolation.

Purchase 140 new chairs to enhance equipment of the centre located at Para Hills West to be available to 200 people per week from community groups, private hirers and program participants involved in a range of cultural, social, educational activities.

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Grant

$4,750

Regions

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

$9,990

Whole Metropolitan

$5,090

Statewide

$3,000

Statewide

$10,000

Statewide

$1,360

Mid Murray (DC)

Murray Bridge (RC)

$4,640

Murray Bridge (RC)

$7,000

Whole Metropolitan

$4,080

Salisbury (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

The Paraplegic &

Quadriplegic Association of

South Australia Incorporated

The Pines Community Child

Care Centre Inc

Project Summary

Contribute part costs toward hot water services and air conditioning towards construction of 5 wheelchair accessible homes in Mount Gambier ($1.4m development) for 20 people with spinal cord injuries per year who lack appropriate accommodation to return to their region from rehabilitation in

Adelaide.

Purchase and install shade sails to provide a safe outdoor play area accessed by 240 families with children at the child care centre located at Hemming Street, Parafield Gardens. 40% multicultural.

The Pines Community Child

Care Centre Inc

Purchase outdoor children's toys for child care centre located at Hemming Street, Parafield Gardens used by 240 families with children per week.

The Ranch Incorporated

The Salvation Army (South

Australian) Property Trust

The Salvation Army (South

Australian) Property Trust

The Seaford Ecumenical

Mission Inc

The Synod of the Diocese of

Adelaide of Anglican Church of Aust Inc

The Trustee for Point Pearce

Aboriginal Corporation

Contribute to bitumen costs to upgrade the external areas of the community building as part of a total project valued at $70,720 to provide access to the facility at Kalitz Court, Noarlunga Downs to increase use of community services including crisis accommodation, job and life skill development, counselling, recreation and self help programs assisting homeless people.

Convert an existing space into 3 offices and reception/waiting area as a contribution to a $32,300 building upgrade at Murray Bridge Community Support Service, to provide (1) increased services of emergency relief, strength-based case management, financial counselling, a social hub, and (2) a client centred reception and waiting area with tea/coffee facilities and child friendly resources used by

1000 marginalised people per year.

Produce a DVD made in English and multiple indigenous languages to educate 250 Aboriginal families who are relocating over the next 5 years from the APY Lands to urban living to address tenancy matters and home keeping skills required to maintain a sustainable tenancy and healthy lifestyle.

Contribute to the purchase of kitchen equipment to enhance the affordable meal programs for 200 community members per week including low income families accessing Tuesday Night Community

Dinners and the Town Square Café to help build friendships, reduce isolation and encourage volunteering.

Install an entrance ramp and upgrade toilets to the church community hall at Port Adelaide to provide disability access for six regular community groups comprising Tira Appendi Aboriginal group,

Aboriginal Elders, youth discos, calisthenics, Tai Chi and Op shop with 10,300 attendances annually.

Fund IT equipment, salary and program costs for 12 months in 2010 to (1) further develop the weekly

Aboriginal women's sewing, craft and catering groups at Point Pearce for 30 participants conducted in partnership with the Aboriginal Community Enhancement Program (Aboriginal Health Division) and (2) provide a train the trainer program to develop leaders and a self sufficient initiative from 2011.

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Grant

$15,000

Regions

Grant (DC)

Mount Gambier (C)

Wattle Range (DC)

$6,500

Salisbury (C)

$4,500

Salisbury (C)

$20,720

Onkaparinga (C)

$15,000

Mid Murray (DC)

Mount Barker (DC)

Murray Bridge (RC)

Southern Mallee (DC)

$23,500

$7,000

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

Port Augusta (C)

Port Pirie City and Dists (M)

Whyalla (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

$26,450

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$14,110

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Time for Kids Incorporated

Transformations (community)

Inc

Tumby Bay Community

Development Board Inc

Ucount Support Services Inc

UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide

Incorporated

UnitingCare Wesley Port Pirie

Incorporated

Victor Harbor Child Care

Centre Inc

Volunteering SA & NT

Incorporated

Wakakirri Story-Dance

Association Incorporated

Project Summary

Develop and provide culturally appropriate and respectful training, services and support for 'Time for

Kids' volunteers and staff who are providing respite options for 20 Aboriginal children, 80 families and

40 carers.

Employ Project Manager, course facilitator and volunteers and 3 course instructors to deliver 8 x 8 week Parenting By Connection courses, skill building groups, play days, individual support and talks assisting 270 families in the Onkaparinga area throughout 2010.

Purchase and erect a safety fence at the Ungarra Play Centre, providing a playgroup and child care, to screen off from unsuitable play equipment for older children and the road, for 40 pre school children to ensure a safe and secure environment.

Fund 4 community garden plots as part of a $10,000 project to establish an environmentally friendly community garden at Sunnymeade Drive, Aberfoyle Park to provide education, fresh produce and support for 60 isolated and disadvantaged people to improve health and well being.

Fund materials to enable residents of the Kuitpo Community residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility to design, construct and care for a meditation garden and display other projects as part of their rehabilitation.

Employ a Project Officer for 40 weeks with specialised knowledge of Aboriginal Community

Development, legal matters and financial literacy, to work with the community to develop (1) the

Dunjiba/ Oodnadatta Women's Shed for 80 Aboriginal women to be used as a resource centre, social hub, programs and a self sustaining social enterprise selling locally produced art (2) a sustainable management structure.

Contribute part funding to a $146,000 project to build a community facility to provide a family/service provider space on the existing child care centre site for use by child service providers to deliver parenting courses, supported playgroups, early intervention and training in early childhood to 150 families per week.

Employ a part time project officer for 12 months and purchase training resources to develop and implement Governance Information Sessions and other Governance strategies to target 20 specific at risk not for profit (NFP) community organisations as identified by key stakeholders.

Fund 6 community mentors, community BBQ and film making equipment to provide the 3 Aboriginal communities of Yalata, Ceduna and Kooniba with a community driven Wakakirri Outback arts program and an opportunity to increase self-esteem, youth leadership and engagement in Aboriginal culture for 260 young rural and remote Aboriginal people.

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Grant

$25,500

Regions

Statewide

$38,000

Adelaide Hills (DC)

Onkaparinga (C)

$6,200

Tumby Bay (DC)

$3,640

Onkaparinga (C)

$4,400

Alexandrina (DC)

$31,990

Unincorporated SA

$35,000

Alexandrina (DC)

Victor Harbor (DC)

$39,520

Statewide

$12,100

Ceduna (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Welfare Rights Centre SA Inc

West Coast Youth Services

Incorporated

Women's Community Centre

(SA) Incorporated

World Youth International

(Aust) Ltd

Yalata Community Inc

Yawarra Childrens Services

Inc

Yawarra Childrens Services

Inc

Project Summary

Employ a part time worker to contribute to a $34,650 project to establish a partnership between the pro bono legal service of the Housing Legal Clinic and country towns community organisations to expand community networks and provide free face to face legal services via webcam, improving quality of life and reducing homelessness for 200 vulnerable rural residents.

Employ a part time project worker for 12 months to develop & deliver a youth mentoring program increasing participant's assertiveness, decision making and problem solving skills to maintain the

'Youthoria' cinema café project as a business venture run by 100 youth volunteers to enable more youth projects in Southern Eyre Peninsula.

Fund a contribution for facilitators to train volunteers in the delivery of programs and to deliver 2x10 week programs to 1650 socially isolated people comprising 12 activities per week consisting of life management skills; education, training & employment; parenting & family functioning; health & lifestyle; improved wellbeing & social networks; recreation & entertainment.

Part fund a $91,500 project to establish and implement an innovative Future Leaders Program for 10 young urban Aboriginal people and team leaders in partnership with Tauondi College and corporate sponsors comprising (1) 2 week live in placement in an isolated Aboriginal community in July 2010 (2)

5 week live in placement in West Kenya in Jan-Feb 2011 (3) 4 day live in leadership program in July

2011 (4) access WYI's life coaching.

Purchase 2 industrial washing machines to complement and support the home makers program delivered by the Community Housing and Infrastructure Program (CHIP) to provide a better cleaning facility to 45 Aboriginal households and the entire Yalata community.

Upgrade outdoor play area at Yawarra Children's Services, Kesters Road, Para Hills West by installing a safety rubber surface and artificial grass to improve children's safety and play for 90 disadvantaged families with children.

Contribute part funding towards the replacement of kitchen and nappy change area bench tops used by 80 families per week at the Children's Centre, South Terrace, Pooraka.

Grant

$24,650

Regions

Whole Rural

$21,840

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

$15,000

Statewide

$11,500

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$4,400

Unincorporated SA

$3,750

Gawler (M)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$5,210

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

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Community Benefit SA

Round 29, 2009 - 2010

Funded Projects: Summary Project Descriptions

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Adelaide Campus Life Youth

Guidance Inc.

Adelaide Hills Council

African Communities Council of SA Inc.

African Women's Federation of SA

AIDS Council of SA Inc

Airdale Primary School

Council

Al Zahra Association

Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute funds to an $11,050 project to purchase wetsuits and surfboards to deliver a weekly surf program at South Port and Southern beaches to 208 at risk Aboriginal and Sudanese secondary students to develop new skills, reduce social isolation and build confidence.

Contribute funds to a $35,000 project to complete the development of the community shed at Albert

Street Gumeracha to provide self development activities through wood, metal and handyman programs. The shed is used by 100 people each week, encouraging greater community participation and complements training, health, recreation, computer, school holiday, carer wellness, op shop, welfare and volunteer programs.

Contribute to a $3,000 project to deliver weekly homework sessions and active living workshops including sewing classes to 200 sole mothers and their families from Somali over a 6 month period to develop practical living skills, increase access to training and information, and reduce social disadvantage.

Fund Project Officer to deliver 3 sets of workshops on 'Life Skills Development', 'Parenting Program', and 'English Learning Program' between August 2010 and June 2011 for 100 recently arrived African refugee women at ARA in Underdale to develop life management skills, facilitate self development, improve family functioning and address resettlement issues.

Contribute funds to a $6,500 project for instructors and program costs to conduct both art and writing workshops for 20 people who have drug use problems, to improve self esteem and social skills, and publish written work in a magazine format and show artwork in an exhibition (3 x fortnightly workshops each over 6 weeks).

Purchase computer, home entertainment equipment and furniture for the Airdale Kids Club to provide a package of educational, developmental and recreational activities for 25 children each day attending out of school care in Port Pirie and districts.

Provide seed funding to establish an office, to progress and deliver ongoing services to 400 Afghani and Middle Eastern families at The Parks Community Centre, Cowan Street.

Grant

$5,750

Regions

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

$9,550

Adelaide Hills (DC)

$2,000

Charles Sturt (C)

$16,510

Whole Metropolitan

$5,000

Whole Metropolitan

$2,780

Port Pirie City and Dists (M)

$1,450

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

West Torrens (C)

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Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Anglicare SA Incorporated

Arthritis Foundation of South

Australia Inc

Australian Huntingtons

Disease Assn (SA & NT) Inc

Australian Refugee

Association Incorporated

Australian Refugee

Association Incorporated

Burmese Chin Falam Community

Of South Australia

Autism Association of South

Australia Incorporated

Baptist Care (SA)

Incorporated

Baptist Care (SA)

Incorporated

Barkuma Incorporated

Project Summary

Purchase Band Saw and Machinery Safety Guards to provide a safe work and training venue at South

Road, St Marys for 50 volunteers and disability groups meeting standards set by Work Safe SA and the OH&S committee, increasing community participation and developing life management skills.

Purchase equipment to establish a bookshop at Richmond Road Marleston, supported by 30 volunteers to sell donated books to 5,000 community people from low socio-economic backgrounds, to support monthly activities including tai chi, moving towards wellness, telephone advice, support groups, resources, website info, volunteer program & juvenile program.

Contribution to a $42,000 project to purchase a replacement vehicle to transport 44 disadvantaged people (50% rural and remote) affected by Huntington's disease and who are not permitted to hold a

Driver's Licence, to reduce social disadvantage and increase community participation through information sessions, education and seminars, Carer meetings, Day Options and Respite programs.

Employ a full time Project worker for six weeks for data entry and employ a Consultant to develop a central streamlined database of 15 separate services delivered by 40 staff, providing case management for 4,000 multicultural people across metropolitan region to improve administrative efficiency and strengthen case management.

Purchase 2 laptop computers, projector and multifunctional printer for 5 volunteers to enhance program information, deliver workshops and seminars on Australian culture including health, education, welfare and legal systems to 70 Burmese Chin Falam people from Port Adelaide Enfield and Salisbury areas.

Purchase 4 specialised pin boards to be used with visual cards to enhance communication between children and staff; and establish a loan pool of sleeping and toilet training packages for short term use for parents and 640 children per year with Autism Spectrum Disorder to improve parenting skills and strengthen family support networks.

Convert existing shed at Eden Hills into safe workspace with cement flooring, secure storage and shelving, and purchase equipment to deliver 'X-Streams Hard Arts' project including Art Therapy to improve quality of life and community participation through painting, drawing and poetry, gardening, woodwork, screen printing and clay art to 110 young people aged 14 to 18 years.

Replace worn out outdoor equipment and provide new equipment to deliver off-site adventure based therapeutic interventions including paddling activities for 150 disadvantaged young people aged 13 to

24 years over 15 camps per year at Port River, Onkaparinga River, Encounter Lakes and Mylor campsite to improve self-esteem and develop life management skills including communication and social skills, goal setting, teamwork and cooperation.

Purchase 6 Scissor Lifts to enable 80 supported employees with disabilities to complete more tasks safely and independently creating greater worker flexibility and satisfaction levels.

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Grant

$2,450

Regions

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

$10,000

Statewide

$30,000

Statewide

$10,000

Whole Metropolitan

$3,860

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

$4,620

Statewide

$6,040

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

$9,300

Whole Metropolitan

$2,610

Campbelltown (C)

Playford (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Barkuma Incorporated

Barmera District War

Memorial Community Centre

Inc

Beach Road Artworks Inc.

Bedford Industries

Incorporated

Bhutanese Association in

South Australia Incorporated

Blue Light SA Inc

Blue Light SA Inc

Project Summary

Purchase anti fatigue matting to alleviate potential pain in legs, ankles and lower backs for 150 supported employees with disabilities who work in commercial operation sites to promote a healthier and safer work environment.

Purchase hand tools, small machines and equipment for the Men's Shed in Barmera to provide 5 volunteers and 20 rural and remote people from Berri and Barmera a supportive, stimulating and encouraging facility to engage in mutually supportive activities through training including reconditioning

& modifying household furniture for donation to people with a disability.

Contribute funds to a $15,300 project to fund two part time Art Workers and program costs for weekly workshops over 6 months in an inclusive supportive studio environment for 20 disadvantaged young people in the southern region to build their skills, knowledge and confidence to increase community involvement.

Contribute funds to a $38,000 project to fund a driving instructor to deliver driver training for 10 people with disabilities or disadvantage who are members of Bedford lliving across three country regions, reducing social isolation and increasing community participation opportunities.

Purchase BBQ and kitchen utensils for premises at Wellington St, Klemzig, to cater to the cultural needs of the Bhutanese community for celebrations, workshops and consultations, by continuing to advance through sharing food as a cultural tradition.

Contribute towards a $37,800 project to purchase equipment to establish an ongoing program engaging 160 young people in skill development activities, culminating in 3 day camps at Iron Knob or

Rendelsham to reduce future contact with the justice system.

Purchase a mobile activity centre trailer and activity equipment to support the trailers operation to provide an outreach service to deliver education on crime prevention initiatives to 2,000 'at risk' and

'disadvantaged' youth under 19 years through Blue Light Discos, Living Skills programs, Skate Parks,

Schoolies and youth hotspot locations throughout South Australia . Trailer will be housed at Holden

Hill Police station.

Grant

$2,980

Regions

Campbelltown (C)

Playford (C)

$5,000

Berri and Barmera (DC)

$8,700

Onkaparinga (C)

$18,000

Statewide

$1,800

Whole Metropolitan

$28,000

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

$6,520

Adelaide (C)

Campbelltown (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Gawler (M)

Mallala (DC)

Norwood Payneham St Peters (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Walkerville (M)

West Torrens (C)

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Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Boandik Lodge Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute to a $100,000 project in partnership with ORS & OFTA to purchase a trailer to transport 4 tricycles, 2 tandem bikes and 4 bicycles, across the Limestone Coast over a 3 year period to enable more than 1,600 senior citizens who are isolated and inactive to participate in a weekly low impact physical indoor cycle circuit 'reCYCLING'.

Cancer Care Centre Inc

Catherine House Incorporated

Employ a fundraising coordinator for 26 weeks to develop and establish an ongoing donations program for the funding of complementary care for 1,250 (35% Aboriginal) Cancer Care Centre and

Aboriginal Women's Cancer Survivor group members.

Contribute to the final stage of an 11 month partnership project with Uni SA, Helpmann Academy and

Arts SA, to support the Curatorial activity for the 'chART - Arts for Social Change' project to facilitate self-development, between 4 professional artists and 50 women suffering mental health issues and reside in supported accommodation, culminating in a public exhibition at the Kerry Packer Civic

Gallery on 14/10 to 22/10/2010.

Fund therapeutic and recreational activities during school holidays over 12 months for 120 girls aged

12-18 in the Salisbury region to reduce social isolation and increase learning and coping mechanisms.

Catholic Church Endowment

Society Incorporated through

Centacare Catholic Family

Services

Child and Family Welfare

Association of SA

Incorporated (CAFWA SA)

Child and Family Welfare

Association of SA

Incorporated (CAFWA SA)

Christie Downs Community

House

Churches of Christ in South

Australia & Northern Territory

Inc

Contribute funds to a $12,600 project to fund a project officer to develop a website for CAFWA to provide (1) a comprehensive on-line directory of child and family support and intervention services (2) an online resource of research and practice information in relation to child and family development for use by 1,000 young people at risk and families with complex needs to improve health, wellbeing and family functioning.

Contribute funds to a $21,600 project for training for 20 volunteers involved in family support, foster care and respite and purchase of data projector and screen to develop their skills and knowledge of family support and child development issues and improve their skills and capacities to assist children and families with high and complex needs.

Contribute funds to a $17,670 project to construct a basketball/handball court to provide a safe outdoor activity area for 130 disadvantaged primary school aged children per week attending the

'Participate and Learn Skills' (PALS) program over 5 breakfast and 2 after school sessions on Flaxmill and Morton Roads, Christie Downs. Physical activities improve health and wellbeing whilst building confidence and self esteem through life skills.

Contribute funds to a $13,500 project to upgrade the kitchen at the Redcliff campsite by replacing ceiling and upgrading kitchen work area to create a safer and more enjoyable environment for volunteers and 971 disadvantaged users per year from Tumby Bay Quilters, Men's Camp, Youth

Camp, Women's Camp and Local family groups.

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Grant

$5,650

$21,380

Regions

Grant (DC)

Kingston (DC)

Mount Gambier (C)

Naracoorte and Lucindale (DC)

Robe (DC)

Tatiara (DC)

Wattle Range (DC)

Statewide

$5,000

Whole Metropolitan

$5,470

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$9,600

Statewide

$6,600

Statewide

$17,420

Onkaparinga (C)

$8,000

Adelaide (C)

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

Tumby Bay (DC)

Whyalla (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Churches of Christ in South

Australia & Northern Territory

Inc

City of Salisbury

Clarence Park Community

Centre

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute to a $15,000 project to purchase six computers, printer and data projector to upgrade existing second hand computers for delivery of IT classes to mature people and assist a twice weekly after school homework club for 16 Sudanese girls providing training, increasing knowledge and improving confidence.

Provide 120 families with babies or young children, with resources to participate in a group activity for one hour per week over five weeks, to develop practical ways to integrate books, language development activities, singing and rhymes into their everyday family life, and understand the importance of providing an environment rich in stimuli to encourage brain development in the early years to improve children's literacy skills.

Contribute to an $85,000 energy efficient air-conditioning project for 68,950 contacts per year that use the centre hall for life skills programs, non-acredited training sessions and healthy living programs that reduce social isolation and build community networks.

Contribute to a $251,000 project to develop the CANH Learning Centre by purchasing a Panasonic

Panaboard, stand and pull down screen to facilitate development and expansion of knowledge of 840 paid staff and volunteers and their understanding of the principles that underpin all aspects of their work in the community centre environment.

Contribute to a $253,000 project by purchasing 6 light weight trestle tables and 40 chairs as part of the development of the CANH Learning Centre that provides a comprehensive ongoing training centre to

840 paid staff and volunteers from the community development sector across SA.

Community Centres SA

Incorporated

Community Partnerships @

Work Inc

Community Services Board

Onkaparinga City

Incorporated

In Step Productions

Corporation of the City of Port

Augusta

Contribute to a $248,000 development project to equip the CANH Learning Centre by purchasing a frost free refrigerator to provide safe storage for food items required for 840 paid staff and volunteers from community organisations whilst attending fortnightly training sessions and regional meetings.

Contribute towards a $43,000 ICT infrastructure upgrade funding a server, multi function printer, data projector, screen and seven laptops to support 950 services provided to disadvantaged and disengaged young people per year from Strathalbyn, Victor Harbor and Kangaroo Island through re-engage case management services as well as short courses, counselling, employment support and alternative learning programs.

Contribute towards a $16,560 project for 460 disadvantaged vacation care children in the

Onkaparinga area to attend one live theatre and orchestra performance of 'High School Musical - On

Stage' performed by 100 local performers, providing the children with a cultural appreciation and self belief in artistic pursuits and increasing community participation.

Purchase materials and construct a welding bay within the men's shed at Port Augusta to be used four times each week to enable 45 retired men who are Vietnam veterans to safely carry out welding and woodwork projects increasing self esteem and improving social networks.

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Grant

$5,000

Regions

Charles Sturt (C)

West Torrens (C)

$9,570

Salisbury (C)

$20,000

$4,230

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

Unley (C)

West Torrens (C)

Statewide

$6,300

Statewide

$950

Statewide

$14,500

Alexandrina (DC)

Marion (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Victor Harbor (DC)

$4,200

Onkaparinga (C)

$6,180

Port Augusta (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Cummins & District

Enterprise Committee

District Council of Ceduna

District Council of Coober

Pedy

Dunjiba Community Council

Incorporated

Edmund Rice Camps SA Inc

Elliston Community

Information Centre

Incorporated

Epilepsy Association of South

Australia and The Northern

Territory Inc

ETSA Port Augusta Bowling

Club Inc

Eudunda Business & Tourism

Association Incorporated

Project Summary

Extend paving along southern wall to provide efficient stormwater disposal, improve access and provide safe and even surface to entry of Cummins Community Hall used by 180 rural community members including elderly and disabled groups who attend exercise classes and hobby groups to meet physical and social needs.

Purchase a 5 metre movie Smartscreen to use for outdoor movie entertainment in outback Aboriginal communities for 1,800 rural and remote young people to enjoy activities including Blue Light Discos and showcasing other youth activities to improve well being, self reliance and community leadership whilst addressing cultural issues of domestic violence and drug and alcohol abuse.

Contribute to a $48,000 project to build a 'Youth and Recreation Shed' at the Skate Park in Coober

Pedy including concreting and insulation, to promote the participation of 150 young people in the community and encourage and build a sense of belonging with emphasis on dignity, individuality, social justice whilst overcoming cultural and social barriers.

Repair the roof, front deck and install an outdoor shower at the Cyrus Youth Centre accessed by 30 disadvantaged Aboriginal people who experience isolation, disconnection and lack access to programs to address social issues and to support youth programs run from the centre.

Purchase a freezer, printer and install security system to assist in the planning and implementing of

Edmund Rice camps for 300 children, young people and volunteers (40% with disabilities) from low socio economic families. Camps empower young people by boosting self esteem and confidence.

Contribute to stage 2 of the Elliston Community Hall project by upgrading the kitchen to comply with current health standards and tile the floor of the front foyer used to support 430 rural and remote farming community members attending community meetings and social functions, and increase revenue through weddings, funerals and community events.

Contribute funds to provide a 3 day/2 night family camp at Adelaide Shores involving fun activities, education, group therapy and networking opportunities for 100 people from disadvantaged families where one or more has chronic epilepsy to improve self esteem, peer relationships and provide respite for parents and carers.

Contribute to a $30,000 project by purchasing kitchen equipment and contributing funds to kitchen benchtops and cupboards for improve 26,460 services per year for people who suffer from social isolation including local indigenous and disability groups, to improve community facility, increase opportunity for social interaction and provide more meals to a greater number of community groups.

Paint interior of Hall to enhance the facility for community events and purchase audio equipment to improve communications at community meetings, school concerts, seminars & conferences, family functions, and film nights for educational and recreational entertainment for 1,310 people from an agricultural, rural and remote region who are socially isolated, have limited employment opportunities and lack public transport.

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Grant

$7,000

Regions

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

$10,000

Ceduna (DC)

$40,000

Coober Pedy (DC)

$17,340

Unincorporated SA

$5,500

Adelaide (C)

West Torrens (C)

$26,830

Elliston (DC)

$10,500

Statewide

$3,500

Port Augusta (C)

$20,000

Goyder (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Gawler Neighbourhood House

Inc

Project Summary

Contribute to a $20,550 lifestyle and leisure program to employ a coordinator for 10hrs per week for one year to deliver programs including recreational activities, gardening, art constructions, and excursions to significant learning places for 60 adults with mental and physical disabilities to reduce social isolation, improve support networks and increase community involvement.

Global Care Australia

Purchase a laptop to enhance the 'XCEL literacy program' by improving literacy and comprehension of

45 youth at the Salisbury Youth Centre over a one year period.

Halifax Street Children's

Centre And Pre-School Inc

Hellenic Macedonian Cultural

Centre of SA

Hungarian Cultural Welfare

Club Inc

Hutt Street Centre

Il Nido Paradise Community

Child Care Centre Inc

Contribute funds towards a $10,000 project to establish a community garden at St Andrew's Hospital involving 200 families with children from the Halifax Street Children's Centre, The Herb Society and

Secateurs Garden Club. Garden will increase wellbeing of disadvantaged children and families, reduce social isolation and increase knowledge for children, families and volunteers of sustainable gardening practices.

Fund kitchen upgrade and purchase air-conditioning and trolleys to provide a safer and more accessible community venue for ongoing positive ageing activities for 10 volunteers and 2,920 community members over a year who participate in recreational activities, socialisation, lunches, and cultural displays, and provide information and networking opportunities to enhance quality of life and reduce social isolation.

Supply and install Hills Security System and six months monitoring fees to provide a secure clubroom for 6 volunteers and 75 multicultural men and women, (28% with a disability), attending library, dances, excursions, art & craft program, and meals program to increase social interaction and build self esteem.

Contribute funds to employ a Project Officer and resources to coordinate and develop a City Seniors

Group to provide recreational, self development and self help initiatives to 40 seniors per month who have a history of homelessness improving communications, social skills and independent living skills.

Provide funds to deliver a weekly interactive parenting program 'You Make the Difference' facilitated in partnership with Gilles Plains Primary Health Care Service, from July to December 2010 for 50 newly arrived African mothers and their children to develop language, social and literacy skills whilst creating positive parent-child interactions.

Indian Sikh Society Renmark

Inc.

Contribution to a larger project to upgrade "The Shed" that requires interior cladding and kitchen facilities upgrade to assist 150 families and children per week in cooking programs, support groups, sporting events, functions, health and craft sessions and learning and development programs.

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Grant

$10,000

$1,300

Regions

Barossa (DC)

Gawler (M)

Light (DC)

Mallala (DC)

Playford (C)

Wakefield (DC)

Salisbury (C)

$5,000

Adelaide (C)

$6,300

West Torrens (C)

$1,710

Whole Metropolitan

$5,000

Whole Metropolitan

$10,000

$25,000

Campbelltown (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Norwood Payneham St Peters (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Adelaide (C)

Berri and Barmera (DC)

Loxton Waikerie (DC)

Renmark Paringa (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Invicta Services Limited

Trading as Hands on SA

Project Summary

Purchase 15 trolley tables to improve workplace and better productivity for 75 supported employees

(with a disability) to collate and assemble a variety of goods at the Kent Town facility.

Irish Australian Association

Inc., The

Italian Home Delivered Meals

& Services Incorporated

Julia Farr Association

Kadina Assembly of God

Incorporated

Kalparrin Community

Incorporated

Karoonda Development

Group Inc

Kilburn Blair Athol

Community Action Group

Incorporated

Kura Yerlo Council Inc

Contribute part funding to a $10,400 project to upgrade chairs and tables to meet safety requirements, in upstairs function room to enhance capacity to provide free or low cost educational and recreational services to 12 volunteers and 1,560 multicultural members and community groups.

Purchase kitchen equipment to upgrade existing kitchen facilities for 130 volunteers to provide better meal preparation and efficient delivery of 2,300 meals per month to 150 clients who are frail, aged or have a disability, reducing work load for staff and volunteers, whilst improving social networks and expanding community service.

Contribute to a $28,000 partnership project to fund the development of a mentorship initiative through volunteering for 15 mentors aged 16 to 39 years and 45 mentees aged 11 to 16 years living with a disability, building and strengthening local communities, improving social networks and increasing community participation.

Fund a contribution to a $45,750 partnership project with Ian Potter Foundation and Premiers

Community Initiative, to purchase & install playground equipment to expand current community services for 4,520 people per year from a rural and drought affected region, increasing family recreation and entertainment.

Construct a fence with safety gates around the perimeter of the playground and purchase play equipment to provide opportunities for unstructured physical exercise, play activities and promote better physical and mental health for 130 Aboriginal clients and their school aged children whilst attending Glenora Hostel.

Contribute funds to purchase program equipment to provide monthly activities including home work nights, self esteem workshops, job search evenings and social functions for 50 young people from low income families on farms, through the Youth Drop In Centre at Karoonda to improve services, increase social interaction and develop life management skills.

Contribute funds to a $16,040 program by employing a project officer and support worker to develop an early intervention model to reduce participation in criminal activity and build positive relationships for 40 disadvantaged young people aged 5 to 12 years each week, to strengthen family support, increase community participation and develop life management skills.

Conduct an intensive support program for 8 Aboriginal women on low incomes and dependent on welfare, over 7 weeks providing support through in-class sessions, online forums, telephone and email access to facilitator, mentoring/counselling and monthly group catch-ups focussing on housing, literacy, employment, to reduce social disadvantage, develop life management skills and improve mutual support and self-help initiatives.

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Grant

$8,400

Regions

Norwood Payneham St Peters (C)

$6,000

Statewide

$24,360

Whole Metropolitan

$9,000

Whole Metropolitan

$18,720

Copper Coast (DC)

$16,400

Murray Bridge (RC)

$5,000

Karoonda East Murray (DC)

$11,040

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$12,380

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Labs 'n Life Incorporated

Life Community Care

Incorporated

Lochiel Progress Association

Inc

Lutheran Community Care

Magill RSL Sub Branch Inc

Middle Eastern Communities

Council of South Australia Inc

Midway Road Community

House Incorporated

Migrant Resources Centre of

SA Inc

Migrant Resources Centre of

SA Inc

Project Summary

Purchase a second hand ambulance with air-conditioning to support the delivery of the dog training program for 100 young people to participate through 20 schools over 18 months as part of an accredited SACE option for young people at risk, improving agency infrastructure to continue programs and increase efficiency whilst reducing social isolation and developing self control.

Contribute to a $34,000 partnership project to conduct a 4 day 'SCOPE kids camp' to Wellington for

115 economically disadvantaged and multicultural children aged 8 to 14 years from Salisbury,

Elizabeth and Croydon regions to increase access and participation in community activities, improve life management skills and family functioning.

Contribute to a $37,130 project to construct a multi purpose room at the Lochiel Hall used by 300 rural and remote community members including local sporting clubs, church and service groups for funerals, weddings, special occasions, town meetings, polling booth, and fitness classes to build and strengthen local communities.

Employ a part time Program Coordinator and fund program expenses to recruit and train 30 volunteer mentors to provide a mentoring service to 75 young people at risk from the Barossa, to enhance social inclusion and increase community connectedness.

Contribute to a $27,700 project to install a pergola supporting healthy lifestyle activities for 480 aged community members whilst expanding services and increasing community participation through sheltered outdoor premises.

Conduct cultural and sporting activities for 150 refugees and asylum seekers from Christmas Island, and train 20 volunteers to support members in resettlement challenges, to meet physical and emotional needs and assist in building and strengthening local communities, improve social networks and increase community participation.

Fund the replacement of storage cupboards and laundry equipment to upgrade the centre to meet

OHS & W standards, supporting daily advocacy, support and educational services for 5,600 people including children, achieving social inclusion and community participation.

Fund a part-time bilingual coordinator for 48 weeks as a contribution to a $50,000 community engagement project to develop life management skills workshops and cultural social engagement activities for 250 multicultural refugees in the Murraylands region.

Fund a part-time coordinator for 48 weeks to provide weekly community engagement activities for 4 volunteers and 200 multicultural refugees and migrants with information to build and strengthen their knowledge, improve social networks, well-being, quality of life and community participation.

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Grant

$14,000

Regions

Statewide

$20,000

$10,000

Adelaide (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Norwood Payneham St Peters (C)

Playford (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Barunga West (DC)

Wakefield (DC)

$33,500

Barossa (DC)

$20,700

Whole Metropolitan

$5,000

$6,380

Adelaide (C)

Marion (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Playford (C)

$15,000

$19,940

Karoonda East Murray (DC)

Mid Murray (DC)

Murray Bridge (RC)

Southern Mallee (DC)

Tatiara (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Migrant Resources Centre of

SA Inc

Afghani, Bhutanese, Iraqi, Burmese and Bhutanese Womens Groups

Migrant Resources Centre of

SA Inc

Milang and District

Community Association

Incorporated

Motor Neurone Disease

Association SA Incorporated

Project Summary

Fund a contribution towards 4 community women's self-help groups through 12 workshops and 3 community forums for 12 volunteers and 200 disadvantaged multicultural women as part of an

$18,000 project to improve well-being, increase social participation and develop services.

Contribute towards qualified driving instructor services, volunteer overheads and a part time

Coordinator as part of a larger project for 200 Karen and other humanitarian settlers from Limestone

Coast area to gain their licence and develop a new service utilising volunteers and qualified instructors to support ongoing employment or refugees.

Provide lighting, fencing and paving to establish disability access parking and outdoor paths, creating a safe secure and accessible adult learning centre for 175 people and 15 volunteers to engage in community activities.

Mount Gambier Jubilee

Community Care Inc

Enhance functioning and ongoing revenue raising capacity of organisation by employing a part time fundraiser as part of a $44,500 project to develop and implement 2 new fundraising activities: 1) 'Pro

Art Awareness Project' aimed at raising awareness by engaging children to develop their creativity through art and 2) A duathlon event comprising bike riding and running, for 140 clients and 280 family members and carers.

Purchase 60 chairs for the community centre to replace existing chairs, to improve the centre's facilities, to increase opportunity for social interaction, classes and programs to disadvantaged individuals and families in the South East region (2200 rural contacts per year).

Mount Gambier Jubilee

Community Care Inc

Murray Mallee Aged Care

Group Incorporated

Muslim Womens Association

Of South Australia Inc

National Disability Services

Limited

Purchase commercial freezers for the community centre to replace existing freezer, to improve the centre's facilities and ability to provide free sit down meals, emergency food parcels for 1,836 disadvantaged clients per year in the South East region.

Contribute funds to purchase a 12 seater vehicle for the aged care group in Murray Bridge to provide transport options for 167 elderly clients with disabilities of a HACC day activity program, reducing their social isolation and enhancing the services provided by the aged care group.

Employ a Support Worker for 10 weeks, two child carers, Interpreters and associated costs to deliver a program to include cooking classes, family functioning sessions and information sessions with

Guest speakers addressing mental, emotional, resettlement, trauma and torture issues for 20 Muslim women.

Purchase electronic whiteboard, digital notetaker, teleconference sound station and shredder to enhance the capability of the office to continue statewide delivery of initiatives such as companion card, training and professional development to all people with disabilities and their carers.

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Grant

$6,000

Regions

Whole Metropolitan

$18,000

Grant (DC)

Mount Gambier (C)

$9,010

Alexandrina (DC)

$38,560

Statewide

$3,200

Mount Gambier (C)

$4,920

Mount Gambier (C)

$15,000

Whole Rural

$5,000

$4,460

Adelaide (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Marion (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Statewide

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Ngura Wiru Winkiku

Indigenous Corporation

Ninkowar Incorporated

North East Christian Centre

Inc

Northern Area Community and Youth Services Inc

Nunga Mi:Minar Incorporated

Nunga Mi:Minar Incorporated

Nunyara Well Being Centre

Incorporated

Offenders Aid and

Rehabilitation Services of SA

Incorporated

Offenders Aid and

Rehabilitation Services of SA

Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute funds to purchase a vehicle to: 1) Enhance access to the centre's programs of education employment and health; 2) Provide transport for children to go to school; and 3) Support access to cultural preservation activities, events and paid artistic performances and exhibitions for 30 disadvantaged Aboriginal families from the AP lands living in Adelaide, averaging 30 trips per week to reduce social isolation and improve social networks.

Contribute funds to a $9,650 project for the advertising, administration, website and venue costs for the inaugural 'Earth to Spirit Spring Fair' in Murray Bridge on 16th October 2010 for 500 disadvantaged community members, to increase community participation and build and strengthen the local community.

Fund a school holiday program during September 2010, to provide language rich activities and excursions promoting social and life skill development, for 60 indigenous and/or multicultural school aged children, whilst building a supportive environment and providing a new service for children, families and the community.

Contribute funds to a $9,570 project to upgrade playground equipment for the NACYS childcare centre at Davoren Park to improve community facilities and create a community building project for 75 disadvantaged families with children per week in the Playford region.

Purchase mattresses and lounges to replace unhygienic furniture for 200 Aboriginal women and children in transitional care independent living accommodation in the six cluster homes at Nunga

MiMinar, to reduce communicable diseases, improve wellbeing and confidence, and meet general and basic needs.

Fund facilitator, catering and program costs to establish an ongoing self esteem healthy lifestyle workshop incorporating body and mind wellness, art, positive thinking and goal setting (through the

Awakening Hearts and Healing Association) to complement case management for 20 disadvantaged

Aboriginal women, to develop life management skills and facilitate self-development.

Fund program costs for 3 group programs over 12 months for 500 young people including development of personal and life skills, health, substance abuse and legal education, leadership and peer support programs, in partnership with Plaza Youth Centre and provide referrals to mainstream services including Families SA, Housing SA, SAPOL, Centacare, TAFE, and schools.

Contribute funding to a $30,500 project to employ a part time Project Worker to develop the

'Restorative Conferencing' project - having young offenders incarcerated in prison (30 per year) meet with their victims, allowing offenders to confront the impact of their actions, to take responsibility for their actions and have an opportunity to repair the harm, to reduce reoffending and facilitate self-development.

Contribute funds to a $30,700 project to employ a part time Project Worker to coordinate the Second

Chance Employers Network (SCENE) - a network of employers helping disadvantaged people (180 clients over 15 months) with a criminal history to seek employment opportunities. This is done by providing a system of support and referral between willing employers and ex-offenders, helping to reduce social isolation and facilitate self-development.

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Grant

$40,000

Regions

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$4,000

Murray Bridge (RC)

$7,700

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$8,070

Playford (C)

$2,500

Statewide

$9,200

Statewide

$5,000

Whyalla (C)

$25,000

Whole Metropolitan

$24,900

Statewide

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Ogaden Community

Orana Incorporated

Oromo Community

Association Of SA (Ocasa)

Incorporated

Panrhodian Society Colossus

SA Incorp

Para Worklinks Inc

Parkinsons South Australia

Incorporated

Pirie Community Radio

Broadcasters Inc

Project Summary

Fund a weekly adult English language and life management skills support program over 40 weeks and a weekly youth mentoring program to improve youth development, community participation, and parenting and leadership skills for 170 new arrival individuals from 25 families of the Somali

Community.

Contribute funds to a $14,240 project to install a 'clean room' at the Murray Bridge Business Centre, allowing 38 employees with intellectual disabilities to have a suitable working environment, providing further employment and self-development opportunities.

Provide a 3 month intensive skills development program to improve community participation and life management skills for 45 women within the Oromo Community, with activities including English conversation, sewing, cooking, understanding Australian systems including Australian ways of caring and rearing children and maintaining safe, healthy and happy families, culminating in a community picnic at Victor Harbor for the whole family.

Fund a contribution to a larger project to upgrade a community facility and increase usability by purchasing and installing a commercial grill, cooker and exhaust to a 25 year old kitchen facility in the

Panrhodian Community Hall that provides fortnightly senior lunches and other catering services to

6,400 members per year of all age groups.

Purchase tables and chairs to expand services and establish the Stop 78 Café, a sustainable social enterprise complementing a new hospitality training and development program as part of a $246,000 commercial kitchen and function centre funded by the Australian Government and City of Playford.

Employ a part time Fundraising Officer over 18 months to implement a range of fundraising events & strategies including annual appeals, bequests, planned giving, memberships, Unity Walk, Corporate lunches, Golf days, & general donations to increase the organisations income streams to sustain operations including face to face & telephone counselling, helpline, support groups, library, information, training, book club, art therapy & come and try.

Enhance the volunteer base and expand training delivery by purchasing and installing equipment in

2nd studio to duplicate 'on air studio' to provide training to 50 volunteers for Community Radio broadcasting and negotiate with TAFE and DECS to provide accredited training in Media Studies in

Port Pirie.

Grant

$11,500

Regions

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$8,000

Murray Bridge (RC)

$2,650

$6,000

$9,000

Campbelltown (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Marion (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

West Torrens (C)

Charles Sturt (C)

Norwood Payneham St Peters (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

West Torrens (C)

Playford (C)

$35,000

Statewide

$4,750

Barunga West (DC)

Clare and Gilbert Valleys (DC)

Northern Areas (DC)

Orroroo/Carrieton (DC)

Peterborough (DC)

Port Augusta (C)

Port Pirie City and Dists (M)

Whyalla (C)

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

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Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Playford Community Fund Inc

Port Augusta Youth Centre

Incorporated

Renmark Turkish Islamic

Society of SA Inc (The)

Safer Communities Australia

Inc

Sammy D Foundation

Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute funds to a $71,740 project to purchase machinery and materials to increase productivity of furniture production for emergency relief and to transport furniture to the APY lands and Playford

Community in partnership with Job Services Australia. The project will help meet the general and basic needs of 9,711 disadvantaged people per year (50% Aboriginal) and increase community participation and training opportunities for volunteers.

Employ a part time Project Officer and an Administrative Assistant for 12 months to liaise and coordinate with other youth services and to increase and sustain the culturally appropriate recreational, social and educational programs of the Youth Centre for 3,500 services provided to disadvantaged Aboriginal youth through the local community, including after school, weekend and holiday activities.

Contribute towards the refurbishment of the community hall in Renmark by purchasing and installing a kitchen, concreting around perimeter of building, installing air conditioning and providing a contribution towards kitchen equipment, electrical wiring and kitchen flooring as part funding of a larger project to enhance programs delivered to 480 multicultural families with children.

Purchase 200 "Be Safe, Think Safe, Stay Safe" DVD's to assist 5,000 young people per year by providing a resource that will deliver safety information and messages via presentations by volunteers and Safety Ambassadors, to assist in developing life management skills and facilitate self-development.

Contribute funds to a larger project to employ a part time Project Coordinator for 12 months to work with volunteers and Families SA to provide victim impact, mentoring support and peer building to 110

Young People in Care of Families SA who are at high risk of engaging in criminal activity and are disengaged from the community, to facilitate self-development and reduce social disadvantage to participants.

Scouts Association of

Australia - SA Branch

Skill Teaching and Resources

Incorporated

Southern Junction

Community Services

Incorporated

Contribute funds to purchase a $7,530 trailer for the scout group to enhance the activities provided for

120 disadvantaged people per year living in the Noarlunga area and enable fundraising opportunities, to build and strengthen the local community.

Purchase 30 chairs and a storage shed for the chairs to be used for social events and group gatherings at the STAR premises, including STAR teaching programs to assist 152 disabled clients per week to develop household skills, access community resources and have social interaction.

Contribute funds to a larger project to purchase equipment and fit out the Southern Junction

Community Services Family Centre to enhance and expand the services to 100 disadvantaged families and individuals per month living on Kangaroo Island, to improve family functioning and develop life management skills.

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Grant

$39,740

Regions

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

Playford (C)

$40,000

Port Augusta (C)

$30,000

Adelaide (C)

Murray Bridge (RC)

Renmark Paringa (DC)

$4,550

Statewide

$29,500

$5,530

Campbelltown (C)

Marion (C)

Mount Gambier (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Whyalla (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

$5,000

Whole Metropolitan

$25,000

Kangaroo Island (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Spastic Centres Of South

Australia Inc

Spastic Centres Of South

Australia Inc

St Marys Catholic Parish

St Peter's Lutheran Church

Elizabeth Incorporated

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

Project Summary

Purchase hydraulic change table to provide a safe and easy way to undertake personal care requirements for 40 clients with severe and multiple disabilities at the Gilles Plains hub, to meet general and basic needs and enhance the service provided by the hub.

Purchase Electric Client Hoist to assist in movement for 30 clients with severe and multiple disabilities personal care at the Willaston hub to meet general and basic needs and enhance the service provided by the hub.

Fund the construction of veranda for storage and roller door for emergency relief items at the St Marys

Catholic Parish for 200 disadvantaged families per year living in the Marion and Mitcham region to meet general and basic needs and enhance the service provided by the Parish.

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the St Peters Lutheran Church Op Shop in Elizabeth to improve the comfort and environment for volunteers and 38 disadvantaged clients per week to help meet general and basic needs and enhance the service provided by the Op Shop.

Fund construction at Port Lincoln St Vincent De Paul of an awning and 2m curtain wall adjacent to the storage shed to provide cover for donated goods used to help 75 disadvantaged families (30%

Aboriginal) per year, to meet general and basic needs.

Purchase laptop to support the efficient and safe storage of client information used for emergency relief outreach and budget counselling to 350 disadvantaged families in the Willunga region, to develop life management skills and to build and strengthen local communities.

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the Taperoo Family Centre to provide an even temperature climate for volunteers and 100 disadvantaged clients per week accessing low cost goods and counselling to enhance the services of the Centre and increase community participation.

Purchase a laptop and printer to support the efficient and safe storage of client information used for emergency relief outreach and budget counselling to 400 disadvantaged families in the North East

Adelaide region, to develop life management skills and to build and strengthen local communities.

Purchase a trailer for the Barmera Family Centre to transport donated furniture and household goods to 260 disadvantaged people in the Riverland region to meet general and basic needs and enhance the service provided by the centre.

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Grant

$2,950

Regions

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$2,500

Gawler (M)

$3,380

Marion (C)

Mitcham (C)

$2,270

Playford (C)

$8,270

$1,070

Cleve (DC)

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

Tumby Bay (DC)

Onkaparinga (C)

$4,640

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$1,090

Tea Tree Gully (C)

$1,450

Berri and Barmera (DC)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

St Vincent de Paul Society

(SA) Inc

Survivors of Torture and

Trauma Assistance and

Rehabilitation Service

Tailem Bend Community

Centre Inc

Te Oranga Whanau Health &

Social Services

The Association of the

Burundian Community SA

The Association of the

Burundian Community SA

The Croatian Club Adelaide

Inc

Project Summary

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the Port Adelaide Family Centre to provide an even temperature climate for volunteers and 100 disadvantaged families per week who are accessing low cost goods and counselling and to expand centre operations to 6 days per week to enhance the services of the Centre and increase community participation.

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the Mount Barker Family Centre to provide an even temperature climate for volunteers and 4,000 disadvantaged customers and 640 disadvantaged clients of support services per year accessing low cost goods and counselling to enhance the services of the Centre and increase community participation.

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the Maitland Family Centre to provide a climate controlled environment for volunteers and 100 disadvantaged clients per week accessing low cost goods and counselling to enhance the services of the Centre and increase community participation.

Fund Counsellor for 40 weeks to deliver four 10 week group activity intervention programs incorporating counselling, group work and skill development training through physical and mental activity for 16 disengaged at risk young African males from traumatised backgrounds to reduce social disadvantage, facilitate self-development skills and improve community participation.

Contribute $20,000 to a larger project for the development of an 'Arts and Lifestyle Centre' at Tailem

Bend Community Centre, to host exercise, dance and educational classes, healthy lifestyle workshops, games and social days for 50 disadvantaged community members weekly, reducing social isolation and increasing community participation.

Contribute towards a $17,250 project to fund project officer, program expenses and purchase laptop to develop and provide a new culturally relevant service of "building the strong house" to 480 disadvantaged Maori and Aboriginal families living in the southern region, facilitating self development and increasing community participation.

Purchase furniture and office equipment to enhance service and advice to 800 marginalised

Burundian community members in the northern region of Adelaide who are experiencing settlement difficulties, to increase community participation and build and strengthen the local community.

Fund Volunteer Coordinator for 6 months and 6 training workshops for 20 new volunteers in the

Burundian community to work with 200 marginalised Burundian community members in the northern

Adelaide region, improving the capacity of volunteers to build and strengthen local communities.

Contribute funds to a $127,700 project to upgrade the fire safety system at The Croatian Club facility to comply with safety regulations. This will ensure ongoing community participation of 100 volunteers and 2,000 multicultural people per month who are disadvantaged due to social and cultural isolation, language barriers and immobility.

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Grant

$5,430

Regions

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$8,460

Mount Barker (DC)

$2,500

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

$8,100

Whole Metropolitan

$20,000

The Coorong (DC)

$9,000

Whole Metropolitan

$5,000

Playford (C)

Prospect (C)

Salisbury (C)

$15,000

$37,000

Campbelltown (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Prospect (C)

Salisbury (C)

Whole Metropolitan

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

The Junction Community

Centre Inc

The Multiple Sclerosis Society of South Australia & Northern

Territory Incorporated

The Seaford Ecumenical

Mission Inc

Project Summary

Fund upgrade to existing outdoor garden and playground at The Junction Community Centre including native trees and a vegetable garden with new lawn play area, soft fall ground cover and new outdoor play equipment. This will improve current facilities and increase community participation at the Centre for the existing 400 disadvantaged people per week from the Port Adelaide Enfield regions and encourage future community development initiatives.

Fund facilitator and program costs to deliver 'The Barriers Program' to 6 disadvantaged women with a disability from the Playford and Salisbury regions, facilitating self-development and assisting participants to develop life management skills.

The Simba Of Congo Youth

Club In South Australia Inc

The Uniting Church in

Australia Property Trust (SA)

Purchase a fridge/freezer unit for the 'Emergency Food Parcels and Vouchers' program for storage of fresh and frozen food, to meet general and basic needs for 612 disadvantaged families per year in the

Onkaparinga region and enhancing the services of the program to the community.

Fund a community development program 'Sharing of Wisdom', in collaboration with Refugee Services,

Penguin Club and Youth Jet to 750 disadvantaged Congolese migrants and others of refugee background who have experienced trauma, to reduce feelings of isolation and improve confidence and self esteem.

Purchase outdoor play equipment to increase community participation and improve socialisation and motor skills of 20 children and enhance carers support and reduce social isolation of 40 financially-disadvantaged carers per week.

The Uniting Church in

Australia Property Trust (SA)

The Uniting Church in

Australia Property Trust (SA)

The Uniting Church in

Australia Property Trust (SA)

The Uniting Church in

Australia Property Trust (SA)

Contribute funds to an $18,000 project to upgrade community facility, creating an additional functional room creating community participation opportunities for 100 disadvantaged migrants predominately from the African refugee community, 150 seniors with physical limitations and 150 parents and children involved in calisthenics.

Contribute funds to a $3,550 project to fund Art Tutor and purchase materials to run an art program for 30 isolated and disadvantaged women from the Onkaparinga region who have been victims of abuse, addictive behaviours and family breakdown to increase self esteem and self confidence.

Contribute funds to a $32,810 project to purchase and erect a storage facility at Kadina for expansion of the emergency furniture service in partnership with Premiers Community Initiatives Fund. The facility will increase the capacity to service 45 disadvantaged women and families fleeing domestic violence per year.

Contribute funds to a $8,600 project to purchase and install air-conditioning and insulation in the

Men's Shed in Port Lincoln to provide a suitable temperature controlled environment for 15 socially isolated men and to encourage wider community participation.

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Grant

$5,000

Regions

Charles Sturt (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

$9,050

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

$5,450

Onkaparinga (C)

$4,000

Whole Metropolitan

$4,000

Marion (C)

$10,000

$3,050

Campbelltown (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Onkaparinga (C)

$8,000

Copper Coast (DC)

Yorke Peninsula (DC)

$8,400

Port Lincoln (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

Toc H South Australia Inc.

Tullawon Health Service Inc

Two Wells Community Centre

Inc.

Ucount Support Services Inc

Umoona Community Council

Inc

UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide

Incorporated

UnitingCare Wesley Port Pirie

Incorporated

Vietnamese Community In

Australia SA Chapter

Incorporated

Vietnamese Womens

Association SA Incorporated

Project Summary

Contribute towards an $18,300 project in partnership with the City of Victor Harbor to upgrade the community hall roof to provide a safe environment to run Toc H camping programs for 100 disadvantaged children and 2,800 other community group users per year, creating social interaction, recreational and self development opportunities.

Purchase 2 large wiltjas (safe accommodation shelters) as a contribution towards a $71,690 project to meet general and basic needs for 24 Elders (4 local) who are long term homeless and need to access short term accomodation in times of sorry and cultural business.

Contribute funds to a $3,980 project to purchase and install "word of mouth technology" to improve existing community services, recreational programs and information sessions, enabling 7,800 community members on low incomes (many of whom are hearing impaired) to participate more fully in community actvities at the centre.

Contribute funds to a $42,770 project to purchase tools to enhance the community shed, increase the number of programs and provide education, socialisation, support and mentoring for young people and 62 socially isolated mature aged male participants, improving their mental health and increasing their social networks.

Purchase and install air-conditioning in the Umoona Basketball Stadium to upgrade community facility with a suitable temperature controlled environment for 1500 disadvantaged multicultural people per year to actively participate in a variety of regional sporting, health and wellbeing activities and increase wider community participation.

Contribute funds to a $13,000 project to fund facilitators, transport, catering and materials to run 4 community development groups for 24 homeless and at risk young people to increase their self-esteem and self-confidence through activities such as arts, health, fitness and independent living skills.

Fund facilitator, professional presenters, childcare workers and purchase materials for an 8 week program to engage 24 isolated women who are victims of domestic violence and to break the cycle of violence by increasing self esteem, confidence, empowerment and well being using craft and offering alternative therapies for healing.

Contribute towards a $34,330 project to replace a van used to deliver the Clean Needle Program, reaching 400 disadvantaged Vietnamese people per month. New vehicle will increase access to the

Program and provide enhanced coverage to clients and provide transportation to English classes,

Vietnamese Drug User's Support Group and to case management.

Contribute funds to a $30,260 project to set-up new premises including office furniture, information technology equipment, software, communication system, security and signage to enable 5 staff and

35 volunteers to improve their administrative efficiency and capacity to deliver sustainable programs and services to 4,000 Vietnamese people in Salisbury, Playford, Port Adelaide Enfield and Tea Tree

Gully.

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Grant

$13,640

Regions

Statewide

$6,290

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

Maralinga Tjarutja (AC)

$3,750

Mallala (DC)

$4,110

Onkaparinga (C)

$33,200

Coober Pedy (DC)

$7,000

Whole Metropolitan

$6,860

Port Augusta (C)

$25,750

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

$25,800

Charles Sturt (C)

Playford (C)

Port Adelaide Enfield (C)

Salisbury (C)

Tea Tree Gully (C)

Sponsor/Applicant Organisation

West Coast Youth Services

Incorporated

Whalers Housing Association

Inc

Wirraway Homestead Limited

Wynbring Jida Multifunctional

Aboriginal Childrens Services

Inc

Young Women's Christian

Association of Adelaide

Incorporated

Project Summary

Fund upgrade to phone system and purchase office chairs to improve services including assessment, group programs, counselling and information for 290 weekly contacts with disadvantaged young people, their families and support agencies to improve family functioning and meet basic needs.

Purchase three desktop computers and one laptop to provide a more efficient workplace for 15 staff and 17 volunteers who are providing services to disadvantaged people (homelessness, financial or poor health) in the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

Contribute towards a $25,000 project to establish an ongoing horse skills program at Oodnadatta, in partnership with Horse Safety Australia, Premiers Community Initiatives Fund and the Oodnadatta

Aboriginal School assisting 20 disadvantaged young Aboriginal people to transition to work as stock riders and improve leadership development opportunities for adult volunteers.

Contribute funds to a $18,040 project to upgrade the indoor and outdoor facilities used by 60 low income Aboriginal families and non-Aboriginal families and staff of the childrens centre to increase

Aboriginal family engagement.

Contribute funds to a $17,510 project funding staff and program costs to recruit, train and support 5 volunteers to deliver a 12 month mentoring program for 30 disadvantaged young women in the

Playford and Salisbury areas to assist them transition to work and establish networks.

Grant

$4,630

Regions

Lower Eyre Peninsula (DC)

Port Lincoln (C)

Unincorporated SA

$4,040

$15,800

Alexandrina (DC)

Onkaparinga (C)

Victor Harbor (DC)

Yankalilla (DC)

Anangu Pitjantjatjara (AC)

$17,040

Whyalla (C)

$13,510

Playford (C)

Salisbury (C)

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