• Advocacy toolkit to give communities a voice

    13 Oct 2019

    The Ross Trust has been profiled as a case study as part of Philanthropy Australia’s new online advocacy toolkit.

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  • First grants awarded under new strategy

    3 Sep 2019

    As part of our new strategy, the first grants to support organisations striving to achieve educational equity and biodiversity conservation in Victoria have been awarded.

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  • Philanthropy backs Statement from the Heart

    15 Jul 2019

    The Ross Trust has joined with fellow philanthropic organisations to sign an open letter to the First Nations of Australia, supporting the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

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  • New vision, new grants for the Ross Trust

    1 Jul 2019

    Educational equity and biodiversity conservation the funding priorities in the Ross Trust’s new granting strategy.

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  • No limits to learning on the Mornington Peninsula

    1 May 2019

    The Ross Trust has granted $120,000 over three years to a program which will use speech pathology to improve oral language of children, so they are ready to learn when they start school.

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  • Breaking down barriers for asylum seeker children

    30 Apr 2019

    The Refugee Migrant Children Centre (RMCC) will expand its work with young people from asylum seeker, refugee and migrant backgrounds with Braybrook and Sunshine Colleges, with the help of a $30,000 grant from the Ross Trust.

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  • Improving family violence data collection and analysis

    25 Apr 2019

    In a Victorian first, a partnership of family violence services is working together on a method to analyse data that will give them an accurate picture of the impact of family violence and the use of services in their region.

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  • Keeping culture strong

    16 Apr 2019

    Creating a healing space and keeping culture strong for the Mornington Peninsula’s growing Aboriginal population, was the driving force behind employing a gathering place coordinator for the Willum Warrain Aboriginal Association.

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  • Impact investment to boost Wildlife Wonders

    27 Feb 2019

    A $500,000 impact investment loan has started the ball rolling for an important social enterprise and conservation project on the Great Ocean Road near Apollo Bay.

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  • A gift of pristine bushland

    7 Feb 2019

    Residents of Pakenham, Officer, Upper Beaconsfield and the surrounding area will be able to enjoy a wonderful new recreation reserve following a gift of 47 hectares of pristine bushland to Cardinia Shire Council. Known as the Hillview Bushland Reserve...

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