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Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation grants

 

Overview

The Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation grants aim to support worthwhile projects in remote Indigenous communities.

Projects supported by the Foundation include those which provide apprenticeship opportunities for Indigenous people from rural and remote communities, as well as projects where Indigenous tradespeople provide plumbing and sanitation services to remote communities.

The fund was set up in response to remote Indigenous communities facing acute challenges in maintaining access to basic human needs due to a lack of skilled tradespeople.

Grants can be awarded as direct financial assistance, in-kind support (products and services facilitated by the Foundation) or other support such as project sponsorship and stewardship.

Abstract adapted from Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation

Contacts

The Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation
6/306 Albert Street
Brunswick Vic 3056
Ph: (03) 9356 8955
Email: info@ipsf.org.au

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Last updated: 7 April 2016
 
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