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Final call for IMB community grants

The IMB Community Foundation was established in 1999 to provide financial support to community groups with positive ideas and concepts to help them convert their ideas into working projects.

Since its inception, the IMB Community Foundation has granted around $8.1 million to support over 550 projects with a diverse range of themes and purposes throughout our local communities.

Submissions close at 5pm, 24 February, 2017

The Applications are processed:March, 2017 with the shortlist announced in April, 2017 and the final Recipients Announced in May, 2017 Eurobodalla Community recipients last year were: Moruya Jazz Festival Incorporated - Riverlights Tuross Community Garden - ‘Roof on the ground’ water system Anglican Church Bodalla Parish - Narooma Toy Library Outdoor Playground If you think your organisation meets the criteria below the make an application Project applications are assessed by the IMB Community Foundation Committee according to the following: Geographic proximity to an IMB branch Community input in the project and the benefits the project will create for the community Reach and impact of the project Project sustainability The project's ability to transfer skills and knowledge Innovation - in relation to the project itself or its “new to your community” features Promotional Opportunities – willingness to “partner” with IMB in promotional activity Evaluation – do you have a plan to properly evaluate the degree of success for your project For all the info you need visit this website


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