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Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence COVID-19 Response Grants applications closing soon

The Queensland government’s Responding to COVID-19 in the sexual, domestic and family violence sectors grants program closes soon at 5pm on Sunday, 28th February. The program offers one-off grants to support frontline sexual, domestic and family violence services respond to the challenges posed by COVID-19. Initiatives will need to be delivered by the end of December 2021, with reporting due by the end of January 2022. Access the 2020 Grant Information and Application Guidelines for further information about applicant eligibility, selection criteria, and requirements for successful applicants. Applications must be submitted online at Smartygrants.

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It’s your choice – this way or that?

It is completely legitimate for discussion and debate to occur about the best approaches that should be taken to youth…

Read More

Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced. The first…

Read More

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