We are extremely thrilled to announce that Inala Community House (ICH) is the winner of NABO’s $10,000 Queensland community grant!
After months of hard work and preparation, our team would like to thank everyone who has shown their support. A big thank you again to those who not only voted, but got their family and friends involved as well!
The grant will be used to kick-start our “Now You See Me” project:
According to Adam Rigby, CEO of NABO:
Our grant program aims to connect communities and build stronger and safer suburbs. The “Now You See Me” initiative encourages this through community integration and learning. It’s the perfect example of the type of project that we would like to see more of in local areas.
NABO (www.nabo.com.au) is Australia’s largest local social network.
Once again, we would like to extend our biggest gratitude towards NABO for supporting local communities like ICH.
We are delighted to be receiving the NABO funding and can’t wait to put the money into action. We now have the resources to get this project off the ground, from pens and notebooks, to laptops and software, this funding will go a long way.
– Ross Paul, ICH Managing Director
Finally, we are excited to start recruiting for 100 local youths of diverse background for our “Now You See Me” project!
For any expression of interest or queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (07) 3372 1711.