Helps more than 3,000 vulnerable community members per week with food assistance hampers and low-cost groceries. $4,848 will help upgrade and purchase equipment to help improve refrigeration and transportation capabilities.
Assists community members who are at risk of social isolation and loneliness. $5,000 will help provide socially inclusive boating and fishing health and well-being activities while simultaneously assisting with cleaning up the waterways in and around the Pumicestone Passage and other Moreton Bay regions.
Support people with complex mental health concerns and disabilities to gain access to community. $5,000 towards their ‘Cleaning up the waterways program’ will help them in their goal of removing 50 tonnes of marine debris from our waterways in 2023.
A community-based organisation dedicated to the health of the Mooloolah River. $4,900 was provided to deliver their Bugs to the Rescue program to inspire the interest of students and the wider community in science-based actions for a healthy Mooloolah River.
An environmental education and empowerment movement inspiring people to collect ten little pieces of litter anytime, anywhere. $5,000 was provided for Ocean Education programs for 600 students in Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa regions.
Assists vulnerable and at-risk women and their young children with emergency housing and wraparound support services. A $3,600 grant was provided for a tow bar and a trailer to facilitate maintenance activities and assist with moving furniture and personal belongings.
Develops and delivers eco-education activities embedded with Aboriginal perspectives. $5000 was provided to deliver Youth Climate Conference, an opportunity to reach approx. 20,000 students on caring for the environment.