The Victorian Government's Aboriginal Community Infrastructure program is to provide funding to improve the community facilities of Aboriginal organisations across Victoria.
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced that Tyntyndyer Homestead Incorporated, Kirrip Aboriginal Corporation, Njernda Aboriginal Corporation and Murray Valley Aboriginal Cooperative have all received grants.
The grant has invested $14.6 million to build new community infrastructure or to repair, refurbish or expand existing facilities.
Improving Aboriginal community infrastructure is fundamental to the pursuit of self-determination and social and economic development for Aboriginal Victorians.
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins said “Aboriginal organisations are doing a great job delivering front line services and the Aboriginal Community Infrastructure Program will support these organisations to grow and flourish.”
“Giving Aboriginal organisations like these funding to improve their facilities gives them the ability to control and plan for their own future. This goes to the heart of self-determination and helps close the gap.”
Funding for the second round of the program is now open. For more information or to make an application visit vic.gov.au/aboriginalvictoria