The Inner North Community Foundation today announced community grants to 10 charitable organisations which focus on helping disadvantaged people in Melbourne’s inner north through the Foundation’s 2022 Pathways to Employment grants program, our annual grants round proudly supported by IntoWork Australia.
The 10 organisations are found here.
It also marks the public celebration of a new partnership between the Cities of Darebin, Moreland and Yarra, the Inner North Community Foundation and IntoWork Australia, who proudly announce a long-term commitment to address disadvantage through employment opportunities in the inner north of Melbourne.
Darebin City Council, Moreland City Council, Yarra City Council, IntoWork and the Inner North Community Foundation have entered into a 30-year partnership to support pathways for job seekers in the inner north.
Funding from IntoWork will support the ‘Pathways to Employment Fund’ with an annual contribution of over $200,000 for the next 30 years and funding that contributes to core operational costs of the Foundation.
This further strengthens the existing partnership between the five organisations and recognises the value of the Foundation’s role to grant funds, create opportunities for employment and support in helping people to find work in the inner north.