RCCBG raise funds every year for specific purposes 

 
 

2019-2020 - total $ $14,350

  
Pets in the Park to promote animal welfare amongst disadvantaged groups in Canberra-  $2,100

Hay High School –  scholarship to Indigenous students to assist with continuing studies program – $2,000

John presenting a chequer $2,000.00 to the school Principal Mr Yvan Chambers (seated). This is to provide the four scholarships of $500.00 for 2020., and then presenting certificates to each of the scholarship winners for 2020.

 

 

Capital Land keepers Trust – Indigenous program to train Indigenous women coming out of Maconochie Centre to learn ranger skills and work on their land- $5,000

George Wilson visited Yarning: Circle Project which RCCBG is supporting together with the Land Keepers Trust, Red Cross and the Woodlands and Wetlands Trust (WWT). The project is a trial of a  program providing mentoring and connection with country for Indigenous women exiting the Alexander Maconochie Centre. The trial is working well but its scope is limited. The RCCBG funding has encouraged the ACT Government to move beyond the trial and add line items in future budgets which we hope will be funded.

The photos show plantings by members of the group, the extent of the former grazing property on Dairy Road, Fyshwick which is being converted back to a diverse environment and wetland by the project participants. Two fire circles one for men, and one for women are shown with indigenous participants, plus Sarah Ryan from The Land Keepers Trust, George Wilson, Lori Gould from WWT in the Indigenous contractor Adam Shipp, Yurbay Consulting.

    
 
  

Beryl Women Inc  for their work in domestic violence – $2,000

President Michael,IPP Greg presenting a cheque to Beryl Women’s Angie Piubello

 

Karinya House – domestic violence work -$2,100

RCCBG presenting Cassandra from @KarinyaHouse and Stomp reps @Mark McEwen and @David Reid with the proceeds from this year’s Stomp with treasurer Ross.

 
 
 

African Australian Inc to promote sports amongst African refugee new Australians – $400

 

 

Mel Snape to promote women leadership training in trip to Antarctica- $250.00

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