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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Final weeks: Don't to miss IMB Bank Community Foundation grant application

Only two weeks to go - submissions close 5pm, Friday 15th July

Time is running out for South Coast and Far South Coast community groups, charities and not-for-profits to get their applications in for 2022 IMB Bank Community Foundation funding.

With a focus on building brighter futures through strong, resilient, and forward-focused communities, IMB Bank Community Foundation urges all not-for-profit groups with community minded initiatives to apply via by 5pm, Friday 15th July 2022.

IMB Bank Community Foundation has donated over $11million to more than 800 community groups and projects across NSW, ACT and Melbourne. Funding has supported diverse projects covering disaster relief, education, health care, sports and recreation, arts and culture, aged care, as well as many other services.

Across the South Coast and Far South Coast, funding has delivered financial support to tackle local needs, when it's needed most.

Past recipients of IMB Bank Community Foundation funding across the South Coast and Far South Coast include: Arts Council of Eurobodalla, Bega District Volunteer Rescue Group, Narooma Men’s Shed, Far South Coast Family Support Services, and Towamba and Wolumla Rural Fire Brigade.

“Anyone who is focused on improving the lives of others in their community, who has a great idea or a program already underway, should consider applying for a grant through the IMB Bank Community Foundation. If it’s a great not-for-profit idea that helps people, we want to hear about it,” said Robert Ryan, IMB Bank CEO.

To help groups navigate the application process, IMB Bank Community Foundation has outlined top tips to apply for the 2022 round of funding.


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