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Corals for Conservation (C4C) addresses poverty-driven coral reef decline by developing sustainable, community-appropriate enterprises designed to shift the burden away from over-used and depleted fisheries resources. C4C promotes "coral gardeners" as new profession for resorts, providing employment and added value to the industry while contributing to coral reef conservation and restoration. We recognize that if people and industry are major parts of the problem then they are also major parts of the solution.
In the wake of September 11, 2001, a group of Los Angeles media instructors and professionals gathered to discuss the tragedy. They were determined to “go global” and make a major, long-term impact on the world community.The Teen International Media Exchange (TIME) was born, and found a home at the Media Academy at Grover Cleveland High School in Reseda, CA, where two of the founders teach.Today, TIME is a non-profit organization with an explicit mission: to empower the energy of teenagers and the dynamic power of the media to create a peaceful, cooperative world community.
1. To become A Transformative Social Movement based on virtue values. 2. To shape an autonomus (self-relient) society through the economic development. 3. To actively involve in humanitarian movement through the global networking. 4. To build the transformative leadership with global competency. 5. To advocate policy in order to promote an equity. 6. To strengthten an internal capacity as a global institution through innovation, high quality service, transparency, accuntability, and independency .
Our vision is thriving rural, regional and remote communities strengthening Australia and our region. Our purpose is to foster and exercise leadership for positive impact. Our organisation exists for the greater good of rural, regional and remote Australia. We build the capacity of individuals and groups to act beyond themselves, to create action and change in their organisation, industry or sector, and in their community. We develop and promote leadership through our education programs and alumni network, and collaborations with mission-aligned organisations. The ARLF is the only leadership development organisation in Australia with both a national footprint and a focus on rural, regional and remote.
Northern Rivers Community Foundation (NRCF) strives for a compassionate, generous and equitable community, connected to each other and the land that supports us. NRCF connects people and communities to tackle social and environmental challenges in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Australia. We focus our philanthropic support on small community grants; disaster recovery, resilience & regeneration projects; capacity building initiatives; scholarship programs and providing 'back to school' support for disadvantaged children.
Vision - Jamieson Way Community Centre will provide a welcoming and safe community space that connects people and facilitates the growth of community spirit. Purpose - To foster community engagement and a sense of belonging by providing inclusive access to relevant activities and services. To engage and partner with our community by providing opportunities to learn, share and evolve.
Our vision: To build resilience and create a lasting difference in our local communities. Who we are The Border Trust is a local charitable foundation that is leading vital change across our region. Through a sustained program of regular giving, the Border Trust provides funding to local projects that build capacity and resilience in out local communities. We've provided grants and Back to School assistance totaling $1,654,527 since 2005! Donations to Border Trust stay 100% local & help us to support not-for-profit organisations achieve positive community outcomes. Border Trust is a local, independent, charitable organisation that was established to create a strong and sustainable financial base to meet the needs of our community, today and in the future.
The main activities of Mumbulla Foundation are raising revenue through fundraising, donations, memberships, investment and other means as allowed under the Constitution and awarding, on an annual basis, grants to not-for-profit and charitable organisations and auspiced groups within the Bega Valley Shire. These grants are provided for social, environmental, educational, and cultural activities to improve the well-being and opportunities for all citizens of the Shire. The Foundation also supports the Bega Valley education sector through providing University of Wollongong Bega Campus scholarships and book prizes and back to school vouchers for primary and secondary schools.
The Community Foundation for Tumut Region Objectives: To make a difference where we live To give where we live To be a lasting community asset Mission: Assist and support the aspirations and needs of our community by attracting funds for a focus on giving. Values: The Community Foundation for Tumut Region embraces that all relationships and decision making will consider the following values: Justice - acting in a manner which takes into consideration the wellbeing of the individual and the common good of the community. Respect - acting in a manner that shows a genuine understanding and appreciation of the qualities, rights and beliefs of others. Integrity - acting in a manner that is truthful, open and consistent. Compassion - acting in a manner that demonstrates empathy and support. Commitment - acting with dedication and perseverance to achieve our goals Collaboration - acting in a manner that values diversity, cooperation and openness. To be fair dinkum in all our actions - authentic, genuine and on the level.