The Commonwealth Government is investing over $4 million across 28 projects to help local communities reduce violence against women.
Six organisations across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria are gearing up to help young refugees and vulnerable migrants integrate into the Australian economy and community.
Legislation set to be introduced to Parliament will see increased payments to people with disability under the Business Services Wage Assessment Tool (BSWAT) Payment Scheme.
Three teams of South Australian digital entrepreneurs will share in up to $60,000 grant funding to develop high-tech programs that help prevent violence against women.
More than 32,000 South Australians living with disability and their families will benefit when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is fully rolled out in 2019.
Federal, state and territory governments and the community sector have reaffirmed their commitment to protecting Australia’s children through the Third Action Plan of the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-20.
Not for profits building or modifying disability housing now have the opportunity to apply for a share of $10 million of Commonwealth Government grants funding.
Today marks the start of the inaugural Community and Philanthropy Partnerships Week, a national celebration of philanthropy.
More than 10,000 Tasmanians living with disability, and their families, stand to benefit when the National Disability Insurance Scheme is fully rolled out in 2019.
The Turnbull Government today introduced the Jobs for Families Child Care package and Family Tax Benefit bills to Parliament to encourage workforce participation and provide a more flexible, accessible child care system.