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Final workshop in successful 2018 NFP Series

The fifth and final instalment in the 2018 Central Coast Not-for-Profit (NFP) Series is happening on Tuesday 20 November at The Entrance Leagues Club, Bateau Bay, and will focus on Investment Strategy and Committee in the NFP sector. The Series has encountered huge...

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Final workshop in successful 2018 NFP Series

$120,00 boost to drive economic & employment outcomes

Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC) has welcomed $120,000 in funding from the NSW Government, announced by Deputy Premier, John Barilaro, and Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, during Mr Barilaro’s recent visit to the Central Coast. RDACC Chairman,...

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$120,00 boost to drive economic & employment outcomes

Building Better Regions Fund: Round Three Now Open

Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC) is encouraging council and community groups to submit applications for Round Three of the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund, which is designed to support community and infrastructure projects...

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Building Better Regions Fund: Round Three Now Open

Successful forum series addresses NFP financial risks

The Central Coast Not-for-Profit Series has encountered huge success since its debut in February this year, attracting close to 200 representatives from nearly 150 community organisations over three seminars, all aimed at enhancing and supporting the viable...

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Successful forum series addresses NFP financial risks

$1.7 million new ways to make a difference in the community

Central Coast residents and community groups can now apply for a share in more than $1.7million to create community events, activities and initiatives. Applications open today for funding through the first round of Central Coast Council’s 2018-19 Community Grants...

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$1.7 million new ways to make a difference in the community

RDACC applauds ‘Adventure’ campaign

Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC) has applauded the launch of Tourism Central Coast’s ‘Have a Little Adventure’ campaign – designed to position the Central Coast as a premier food and beverage destination. Aimed at Sydneysiders and other...

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John Mouland applauding 'Have a Little Adventure' campaign