Grants Database

  • Program Area: The Alec Prentice Sewell Gift
  • Amount: $10,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2007
  • Grantee: Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency Co Op Ltd

VACCA Youth Video Project

The creation of a film recording the stories of Koorie children in out-of-home care. The project will provide opportunities for Koorie children in out-of-home care to be involved in the workshop and script writing process for the film.

HeartStrings 4 Kids Program

Towards the HeartStrings 4 Kids Program to allow program expansion which provides a variety of music related therapies including singing, instrument playing, and song writing to traumatised children

Children's Camp

Towards a camp for 20 children for five days. Costs include staff salaries, catering, vehicle operation, and entertainment.

  • Program Area: The Alec Prentice Sewell Gift
  • Amount: $22,800
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2005
  • Grantee: Calvary Health Care Bethlehem Limited

Helping Children to Grieve

Helping Children to Grieve is a low-cost professional counselling program for children aged 4-12 years from low socio-economic backgrounds (grant made in the name of Alec Prentice Sewell).

Dots for Tots Kits for Preschools

Dots for Tots Kits for Preschools. The Dots for Tots program encourages emergent literacy skills in chilren who are blind and who will be braille users.

Construction of Activity Shelter and Expansion of RBG Education Services

To the construction of an activity shelter and expansion of RBG Education Services, as part of The Ian Potter Foundation Children's garden.

Travel to School during 2005

Providing 15 yearly and 10 half-yearly travel passes for students from socioeconomically challenged families to attend school.

Feasibility Study into Expansion of Services

An in-depth analysis of need and current services for Typo Station's client group in NSW, of a suitable NSW property, of opportunities for partnerships, and of business planning.

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