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AdviceCo $20,000 Community Grants Program Posted on December 8, 2020

Community Grant

We have partnered with the Count Charitable Foundation (CCF) to launch a Community Grants Program in which charitable organisations are invited to apply for a $20,000 cash grant.

AdviceCo and CCF will each contribute $10,000 to one charitable organisation before June 2021. Applications are open from now until the end of March 2021 and involve a brief 500-word proposal of what the applicant would do with $20,000 for the local Central Coast community.

Applications for the AdviceCo and Count Charitable Foundation $20,000 Community Grant are now closed. Judging is underway. The grant will be announced before June 2021.

The judging panel includes:

  1. Barry Lambert, Founder and Chairman of the Count Charitable Foundation
  2. David Evers, Managing Director of AdviceCo.
  3. Rachel Willis, former CEO of Coast Shelter and Founder/Executive Director of Creating Community Connections
  4. Edgar Adams, Editor of Central Coast Business Review

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