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Bakers Dozen Social Justice Fund Grants – closing soon!

Do you have an idea for a project which will promote social justice in your neighbourhood area?
The Inner North Foundation has launched the Bakers Dozen Social Justice fund grants, with applications for annual grants closing on 18th November.
Established by Brunswick locals Dr Christopher Baker and Ms Kerri Hall, with over 100 local people chipping in so far to build the fund. This year a mix of multi-year grants, annual grants and seeding grants is available to local groups – all supporting Bold, Transformative and Patient responses to social justice.

This video has more detail about the fund.

The Annual Grants stream of up to $5,000 close Friday 18 November 2022, and will be assessed by a Community Advisory Panel of Dr Josephine Barraket, Rachel English, Keith Frampton, Rebecca Haider, Gerry Lyons and Carolyn Phiddian, who will make recommendations to the Foundation Board. If you’ve got questions, please get in touch for a conversation. The multi-year and seeding grants have closing dates in the new year.

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