Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Afghan Australian Association of Victoria Incorporation Afghan Australian Association of Victoria Incorporation DANDENONG 3175 $5,000.00 The Afghan Australian Association of Victoria provides a support network for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.  Volunteers assist local residents to access welfare and legal services, provide English lessons for newly-arrived individuals and families and organise social events that encourage migrants to engage with the wider community.  Through the provision of these services, the Association encourages an integrated community and has become a valuable catalyst for social inclusion in Victoria.
Afghan Australian Philanthropic Association Afghan Australian Philanthropic Association ENDEAVOUR HILLS 3802 $5,000.00 Afghan Australian Philanthropic Association’s aim is to assist newly migrated individuals, families and children in the community, in particular the disadvantaged and most vulnerable. Volunteers play a vital role in supporting these communities through community welfare and social activities, which include music classes, festivals and information sessions. Through the provision of these services, the Association encourages an integrated community and acts as a valuable catalyst for social inclusion.
Afghan Australian Women's and Youth Association Afghan Australian Women's and Youth Association NARRE WARREN 3805 $3,300.00 The Afghan Australian Women's and Youth Association provides services to alleviate disadvantage and isolation amongst local residents of Afghan descent. Volunteers undertake a range of projects and activities to increase participation, including operating a community kitchen, contributing to local events and festivals and producing a regional newsletter. By providing a welcoming and inclusive venue for local Afghan women and young people, the Association fosters a culture of care and respect that enhances community wellbeing.
AFL Darling Downs League Incorporated AFL Darling Downs League Incorporated TOOWOOMBA 4350 $1,295.00 The AFL Darling Downs League provides local residents with opportunities for fitness and recreation through participation in social and competitive football. Volunteers coordinate competitions that cater for participants of all ages and abilities and ensure a safe and supportive environment in which players can develop important life skills. The League is a focal point in the local community, offering young people from many cultural and socio-economic backgrounds a positive venue for recreational activity and social interaction.
AFL Gold Coast Umpire Association Incorporated AFL Gold Coast Umpire Association Incorporated ASHMORE 4217 $1,803.00 Australian Football League Gold Coast Umpire Association enables local residents to participate in competitive Australian Rules Football in a friendly, inclusive setting. The Association operates with a base of dedicated volunteers who officiate at competitive events and instruct local clubs on the rules of the game. By teaching players about strategy, fair play and friendly competition, the Association strengthens ties within the Gold Coast region and enriches community spirit.
AFL Masters Tasmania Football Incorporated AFL Masters Tasmania Football Incorporated KINGSTON 7050 $3,600.00 AFL Masters Tasmania Football provides local residents with opportunities for fitness and recreation through participation in social and competitive football. Volunteers coordinate interstate carnivals, select district representative teams and provide assistance in officiating and coaching. The organisation fosters an inclusive and supportive environment, building the self-esteem and emotional wellbeing of participants and encourages social interaction and healthy physical activity.
AFL Sunshine Coast Umpires Association Incorporated AFL Sunshine Coast Umpires Association Incorporated MAROOCHYDORE 4558 $2,550.00 The AFL Sunshine Coast Umpires Association supports Australian rules football competitions in the region and across the state through a number of services. Volunteers of the Association umpire matches in the local and surrounding regions, as well as recruiting and training new volunteers. The Association welcomes members of all ages and backgrounds, which helps to foster more inclusive communities.
African Australian Christian Community African Australian Christian Community FAIRFIELD 2165 $4,900.00 African Australian Christian Community is a community organisation that aims to alleviate disadvantage among African and other members of the community. Volunteers support the needs of the community, particularly young people, in several ways, such as organising recreational activities, dance and sport, and producing a regular newsletter. The group promotes healthy community engagement, supporting strong social support networks and enabling individuals and families to reach their potential.
African Australian Islamic Association Incorporated African Australian Islamic Association Incorporated OXLEY PARK 2760 $5,000.00 The African Australian Islamic Association provides African migrants living in New South Wales with a range of social support services. Volunteers undertake a variety of duties, including providing counselling services, encouraging educational attainment, and providing instruction in ethics. The Association promotes a culture of charity and community participation, contributing to the personal development of its members and the strength of the wider community.
African Australian Network in Victoria Incorporated African Australian Network in Victoria Incorporated ARDEER 3022 $5,000.00 The African Australian Network in Victoria assists recently arrived migrants as they adjust to the lifestyle of their new community. Volunteers provide a range of practical support services, including access to welfare and legal services and food relief for marginalised community members. The Network encourages individuals and families to engage with their community by contributing to their practical needs and promoting a socially inclusive, multicultural society.

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