Learn how our grant winners are helping change the lives of other Australians and making a difference in their community. Scroll down to see our latest stories, or see our past winners here.
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Kids Giving Back, Round 1 finalist for 2017, received $5000 towards their dream of creating the next generation of generosity. The Sunsuper grant has allowed Kids Giving Back to run more volunteering programs so that kids and teens can get involved in their communities as volunteers.
Winners announced at Dreams for a Better World Grand Final Awards Night and Sunsuper awards an additional $60,000 in grants to three incredible causes.
Barkuma were finalists of Round 2 of Sunsuper’s Dreams for a Better World in 2016. Barkuma are using their $5,000 grant to run their Healthy Living Cooking Program which aims to give those living with a disability the skills to grow their own produce, shop for groceries and prepare nutritious meals.
Women’s Legal Service Queensland were Round 2 Finalists in 2015 and used their $5,000 Dreams for a Better World grant to launch their helpline, which is now entering its seventh month of operation. To date, the Women’s Legal Service Helpline has been able to assist 4,700 Queensland women who have experienced domestic violence.
Aunties and Uncles were the Round one winners of 2016 for Dreams for a Better World, and have so far won a $10,000 Sunsuper grant. As a result of wining the Sunsuper grant, they have been able to place two new children, who had been on their waitlist for some time.
We caught up with Eco Barge Clean Seas to find out how they’ve been putting their $10k grant to use. They also shared some advice to consider when submitting a dream and tips for getting votes.