Ongoing Projects captures organisations that received multi-year project funding prior to the TFFF’s A Connected, Resilient, and Futureproof Community grantmaking strategy. These legacy projects will be completed by the end of the 2023 calendar year.
First Nations organisations
total approved and distributed
The figures in the infographics above refer only to funding approved and distributed in the 2022/23 financial year.
Support to expand the Ingkenteme Program through increasing staffing resources and program funding to double the number of bush camps each year, on which senior Elders teach Arrernte children and young people about their homelands, songlines and kinship structures.
After successfully developing and implementing a Listening and Spoken Language telehealth platform for rural families, Hear and Say embarked upon a new project in FY23. Hear and Say launched a Regional Outreach Service to ensure state-wide equity and address audiological assessment bottlenecks in collaboration with other service providers.
Support to employ a dedicated Djalkiri Collections Coordinator, senior artworkers, a linguist, and preservation and significance assessment consultants, and to create a new digital database and photographic interface to showcase the collection: Djalkiri Keeping Place.
Outback Exploratorium relocated to its new premises this year, increasing its capacity to inspire and engage young curious minds in the world of science. Based in the Central Highlands, Outback Exploratorium’s funding extension ensured the ongoing employment of key operational roles during this period of transition.
Support to enable Pathways to Resilience to deliver tailored Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) training programs to educators, families, and communities in an effort to ensure a more resilient rural and remote Queensland.
Support to build the capacity of Queensland Theatre to engage and respond to the creative needs of schools, communities and performance venues throughout regional Queensland with curriculum-aligned resources, workshops, support and professional development for teachers and teaching artists.
Continued delivery and expansion of Topology’s flagship Top Up program throughout Queensland and the establishment of the Creative Communities umbrella which provides regional hubs, creative consulting and workshops for local artists and practitioners to connect, upskill and lead community-based projects.