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NAIDOC week event funding opportunities for MidCoast community groups

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NSW Midcoast community organistions can seek funding of up to $4000 for NAIDOC events organised and delivered by a NAIDOC Planning Committee.

This years NAIDOC theme is "Keep the fire burning! Black, loud and proud," paying homage to the freedom fighters who came before us, setting the stage for generations to fight for Aboriginal rights and find their voice.

The funding round is open from Monday 5 February to Sunday 3 March 2024.

To apply organisations can fill out an application form online.

Successful applicants must meet with the Council during the last week of April to secure necessary approvals if required.

MidCoast Council's Manager Libraries, Community and Cultural Services, Alex Mills said he was excited to support local community organisations during the upcoming NAIDOC week running from Sunday, July 7th through to Sunday, July 14th, 2024

"We are thrilled to be able to support NAIDOC week events as they are so important to our local community," he said.

"NAIDOC week is an excellent time to celebrate the rich culture and history of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples."

The NAIDOC funding policy provides a framework for the provision of financial assistance by MidCoast Council to organisations for the purpose of celebrating NAIDOC week.

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