Community Support Program
The Department of Home Affairs has selected Multicultural Australia as an Approved Processing Organisation (APO) under their Community Support Program (CSP).
The CSP enables communities and businesses, as well as families and individuals, to propose humanitarian visa applicants with employment prospects and to support new humanitarian arrivals in their journey to Australian settlement.
Community members (including individuals and families), businesses and community organisations can work with APOs and enter into arrangements to propose, and support CSP entrants. To become a proposer, you must agree to help the person or the family to settle in Australia by providing practical and financial assistance.
UFVRA IS SEEKING Volunteers for Funding Access Program to provides assistance to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities across Queensland to access funding to make their project dreams into reality.
The volunteter we are looking, to give a mix of training, information and support, so that it enhances CALD communities’ capacity to access vital funds for projects to promote and foster cultural diversity in Queensland as we do.
what volunteers can.
To Deliver grant preparation workshops
To Promote available grant opportunities
To Provide one-on-one grant application support
To Research grants suitable to the needs of organisations and groups
To Review draft grant applications for organisations and groups
United Fedration Of VOlunteer For Refugees Action has been delivering this service for the first time this years 2020 and is proudly supported by the Queensland Government through Multicultural Affairs Queensland, Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs.
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