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Community sector development

Multicultural Community Sector Development Services

ECCQ has been assisting Queensland’s multicultural community associations for over 45 years. We help community associations develop and grow to meet the needs of their community members.

Strengthening multicultural community associations

Funded by the Queensland Government Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs, ECCQ’s Multicultural Community Sector Development Program supports community groups to build their capabilities to establish, manage and maintain community groups and incorporated community associations. This program develops resources, delivers educational workshops and offers individual support across Brisbane and regional Queensland.

Capability building support

This service allows community leaders and committee members to receive clear information to support their decision-making. We provide guides, templates, resources and assistance with completing processes, reports and documents, as well as overseeing and facilitating AGMs, meetings or community forums.

This service also includes assistance with project design and planning for grant writing.

Education workshop schedule

In 2021, we will be providing multiple workshops on governance and revenue generation. We will also be providing additional workshops according to demand. For more information regarding upcoming trainings please email carrieb@eccq.com.au.

In January 2022, we will commence an education program to build the capability of organisations to access funding. To express interest now, please contact carrieb@eccq.com.au.

Governance

  • Saturday 4th December – Logan
  • Tuesday 8th February – webinar
  • Thursday 7th April for – webinar

Revenue Opportunities

  • Saturday 16th October – Logan – (limited numbers, please RSVP now)
  • Saturday 21st May – Ipswich

For more information contact Carrie Barnett on 0427 954 803 or by emailing carrieb@eccq.com.au

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