Enterprise and Training Company (ETC) is pleased to announce the successful recipients of the ETC Community Support Fund.
ETC Board Chairman Rod McKelvey said ETC had received many very worthwhile submissions with a total value of over $820,000.
“We are proud to announce that 14 applicants across our operating areas were successful in securing funding,” Mr McKelvey said.
OzHarvest Ltd, Kirrawe Indigenous Corporation, Queensland Police Citizens Youth Welfare Association, Crossing Divides Inc, OneVisionProductions, Nimbin Neighbourhood and Information Centre Inc, RED (Realising Every Dream) Inc, Northern Rivers Social Development Council trading as Social Futures, Lifeline Northern Rivers, GenHealth Inc, Wauchope Neighbourhood Centre, Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group Inc, Macleay Valley Community FM Radio Station Inc, Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce.
ETC CEO Jenny Barnett said the successful projects supported the Community Support Fund vision to reduce disadvantage, generate opportunity, increase support services and/or build capacity in the communities in which ETC operates.
“We are so pleased with the diversity of the recipient organisations that enrich the lives of local people”, Ms Barnett said.
According to Ms Barnett the ETC Community Support Fund had provided nearly $700,000 to worthwhile projects since commencing in 2012.
“We have supported young people and children, people living with disability or mental health concerns, carers, families at risk, retirees and the aged, migrants and refugees, sufferers of cancer and chronic illness, and the broader community,” Ms Barnett said.
For further information about the ETC Community Support Fund and its recipients visit www.etcltd.com.au/csf