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5 tips for grant applications

Each year we invest in organisations and programs that support people living in Melbourne’s Inner North on their journey to work. Our main grant activity is the Annual Pathways to Employment grant round. Like other years, we expect the current round to have more applications than funds available. Which means we balance the desire to…

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Come work with us!

Community Philanthropy Coordinator Want to join our team? An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced and motivated professional who can support the continued growth of the Inner North Community Foundation. This position supports effective operations of the Foundation’s activities. The Coordinators primary areas of responsibilities include: Systems: coordination of information systems to ensure smooth operations,…

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Christmas crowdfunding

Christmas Crowdfunding The Foundation is proud to continue supporting pathways to employment in Melbourne’s inner north. Ending 2016 on a high, The Foundation along with seven local traders raised over $7,000 for community groups working towards strengthening the inner north. Local traders signed up to commit a gold coin donation to community groups for each…

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The Inner North Community Foundation passes the baton.

Dr Christopher Baker, Chair of the Foundation, with Ling Macdonald The Board of the Inner North Community Foundation is thrilled to announce that Dr. Christopher Baker has been appointed Chair, following the retirement Genevieve Timmons, who played a significant leadership role over many years as founding Director and Chair. Christopher is a Research Fellow at…

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Gifting more than the wrapping

Traders have signed up to give any Christmas gold coin donations for gift-wrapping to a local organisation, which will be matched by the Foundation for up to $500 per store. Ben Rodgers, Executive Officer of the Foundation says “We’re interested in pathways to employment, but for everyone to have the opportunity to work, we need…

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PROMOTING PROSPERITY, CONNECTION AND COHESION ACROSS MELBOURNE’S INNER NORTH – FROM PRESTON TO PASCOE VALE, RESERVOIR TO RICHMOND, FAWKNER TO FITZROY