More Victorians will be able to celebrate and share their diverse cultures and traditions, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorians will be given more opportunity to gather as a community with extra funding to construct and restore community halls, centres and precincts.
The Andrews Labor Government will give police new powers to collect the DNA of suspected criminals, introduce new laws to crackdown on organised crime and drive by shootings, and establish a dedicated police assistance line for the community, as part of a comprehensive plan to keep Victorians safe.
Nearly $50,000 has been awarded to support five local crime prevention projects under the latest round of the Victorian Government’s Community Safety Fund grants.
The Andrews Labor Government is working to reduce the discrimination and everyday challenges that LGBTI people from culturally diverse backgrounds face in our community.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping young Victorians and youth organisations put on events to celebrate National Youth Week, with $225,000 in National Youth Week grants announced today.
The Andrews Labor Government has launched a $5 million grant program to help transition Victoria toward a high-tech manufacturing economy.
Innovation and creative thinking about Maternal and Child Health services are being encouraged to support vulnerable families at the early stages of a child’s life, under a $950,000 fund announced by the Andrews Labor Government.
Sports and active recreation clubs in St Albans are encouraged to apply for VicHealth Grants to increase the number of people participating at their clubs, contributing to healthy Victorian communities.