Funding for initiatives aimed at connecting and supporting people most at risk in the community after an emergency.
The $1 million Storm and Flood Targeted Recovery Funding Initiative will fund programs designed to assist those most at risk after emergencies to recover, connect and rebuild their lives through empowerment, resilience and developing strategies to minimise the impacts of future emergencies.
Who can apply for funding
The Storm and Flood Targeted Recovery Funding Initiative was open to any organisation that has a Funding and Service Agreement with DFFH to establish locally led programs to assist these most at risk groups, individuals and communities impacted by the June 2021 storm and flood event.
What can be funded
Staff wages to deliver the program, program costs including equipment and venue hire, and other associated costs can be funded under the initiative.
Applications for the Targeted Recovery Funding initiative have been reviewed and assessed. Successful applicants must deliver their funded project or program by the end of 2022.
Targeted Recovery Funding initiative recipients:
Photography Mentoring – Hepburn Shire Council
Get Techy Ready – Latrobe City Council
Community and Family Programs – Yarra Ranges Shire Council
Timber Training – Hepburn Shire Council
Chainsaw Course – Latrobe City Council
Woodcutter Trailer – Central Highlands Community Health
Let’s Get Neighbourly – Maroondah City Council
Storm Recovery Project – Macedon Ranges Shire Council
Community Activities – Moorabool Shire Council
Habitat for Humanity – (auspiced by) Yarra Ranges Shire Council
Traralgon Local Flood Guide – Latrobe City Council
Wellbeing and Readiness Packs – Sunbury Cobaw Community Health
Mow to Grow – Central Highlands Rural Health
Disaster Recovery Worker – Cockatoo Neighbourhood House
Community Recovery Events – Hepburn Shire Council