2019 three-year partnership grants
Council is excited to announce the Three Year Partnership Grants recipients for the 2019 – 2022 round, with 17 applications funded $424,000 across four categories
Darebin Council’s Three Year Partnership Grants is a new grants program, are available to not-for-profit organisations with proven track record in delivering quality programs and services that align with the Council’s priorities.
Council received an enormous number of high-quality applications for this year’s program, with almost $2 million requested by 57 organisations.
Council is excited to announce the Three Year Partnership Grants recipients for the 2019 – 2022 round, with 17 applications funded $424,000 across four categories:
- Environment and Sustainability
- Equity, Inclusion and Wellbeing
- Youth Partnerships
- Key Cultural Organisations
One of the projects funded is the Koori Youth Circus, which will be run by Circus Oz in partnership with MAYSAR (Melbourne Aboriginal Youth Sport & Recreation), and will receive $44,700 from Council for three years.
Council will also fund the Islamic Museum of Australia’s Muslim Youth Network $25,000 for three years to give young Muslims a voice and sense of empowerment to create their own identity as Australian Muslims.
Successful Three Year Partnership Grant applicants receive approved funding, each year during the three year grant period (2019 – 2022).
For more information on the projects and organisations funded can be found below: