Grant to Combat Social Isolation for Seniors During COVID-19, respond by 26 April

Message from Julie Owens
Federal Member for Parramatta

On Grant announced by the Federal goverment to do with isolation and seniors:

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is extremely important that we care for isolated and at risk communities to ensure we all stay connected, feel safe and remain healthy.
A new grants program has been created for combating isolation for our Seniors and it replaces the Staying Social Grant which I communicated in my March 2020 Grants Bulletin.

Do read the guidelines for this grants program and respond by 26th April should you have a solution for our local community.

Combating Social Isolation for Seniors During COVID-19 Grant
Funding Provider: NSW State Government/Minister for Seniors
Amount: $10,000 – $100,000
Closes: 26 April 2020

Grants open to organisations to foster social inclusion for seniors and help connect each other through online engagement.

Programs must be able to start immediately, have capacity to run to the end of 2020 and be attractive to isolated or at-risk seniors.

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