Support Us

Community hubs are funded by one of Australia’s biggest partnerships between the philanthropic sector, federal, state and local governments, schools and service providers to fund and facilitate place-based programs to help build greater community connectedness and social cohesion.

Partnering at the local level

Corporate and philanthropic partners have the opportunity to have a direct impact in a local community by partnering with an individual hub.. This partnership ensures the ongoing sustainability of the hub with which you partner, and gives you a connection into the local community through working with CHA.

An individual hub funding partnership may include joining the federal, state or local government, and the school itself. Depending on the hub, this support can close a local funding gap for one year, or be used to build the capacity of the hub to reach more of the community.

Partnering on innovation

Significant funding commitments support CHA to explore where gaps exist for migrant and refugee women and children, and to develop and test innovative solutions that may close these gaps. The focus of our innovation projects is to identify solutions that can be implemented on a state or national level, and to test these as a proof of concept.

CHA does not deliver ongoing direct programming. Innovations are tested and delivered through partnerships with our support agencies, or other existing services. Viable solutions are developed as models and presented to relevant stakeholders to take these models and implement them within relevant services.

Our priority for innovation in 2017 is English language development in migrant women and children.

Contact us to discuss options for partnership.

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