There is a change in the making in the Logan region. With the Logan Together project underway, collaborations are essential and the Logan Community Group Alliance has been keen to be involved in the collective impact approach.
What a year it has been for the Whitsunday, Isaac and Mackay Coalition of Community Boards! As part of the RSDC, and in collaboration with Volunteering QLD, the group have been busy moving forward their recent grant from the Queensland Community Foundation.
by Kay Mclean It’s been a busy year for the Sunshine Coast group. As we close the year, we are please to have developed a strategy and action plan which will facilitate a number of opportunities for groups to collaborate, share and review how they can strengthen their position.
Led by Matthew Fox from Red Cross, a collective impact approach to address youth disadvantage in Logan has been forming. The Logan Community Group Alliance (LGCA) led by Roger Marshall has been active in this process. Shortly, the LGCA will be hiring a project officer to advance their work and advance collaboration between organisations, schools,… Continue reading Logan Together: A collective impact approach
Following on from the Sunshine Coast Discussion Forum held last year, a group of board members and supporters from local community organisations have been working to form the Sunshine Coast Coalition of Community Boards. Last month, those efforts were recognised by the Queensland Community Fund, awarding the group a grant to advance their work on… Continue reading Sunshine Coast group wins grant!
We are pleased to announce that the Coalition of Community Boards and Volunteering QLD have been successful in receiving funding from the Queensland Community Foundation for the Revitalising Community Governance Project. This is such a wonderful step that philanthropic bodies are recognising both the benefits of collaboration, and the benefits of community led governance. The… Continue reading Revitalising Community Governance Project: COCB Grant Award!