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Archbishop's Charitable Fund delivers grants to inspire change

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This week, the Melbourne Catholic Archbishop’s Charitable Fund distributed $300,000 to nine organisations striving to inspire positive change towards overcoming disadvantage, inequality and exclusion.
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Grant Allocation Advisory Committee

The Grant Allocation Advisory Committee was formed as part of the new Melbourne Catholic Archbishop’s Charitable Fund, launched March 23, 2018. 

The Committee consists of five members of our Catholic Community who have diverse expertise, knowledge and commitment in Catholic Social Teaching. 

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Launch of the new Fund

Media and Communications Office 

The Fund, originally known as The Catholic Archbishop’s Charitable Fund, was first announced in 1980 before additional versions were introduced in 2003 and 2015. It introduces a new structured and strategic grant making process to match the current philanthropic landscape. 
 

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Little Sisters of the Poor

St Joseph’s Aged Care Home, operating under the loving care of the Little Sisters of the Poor, celebrated the Official Opening of the Holy Family Villa with a blessing from Archbishop Hart. The Melbourne Catholic Archbishop’s Charitable Fund supported the establishment of the 22 independent living units and the event marked the completion of the Home’s redevelopment in Northcote.
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Mary Glowrey Museum

The Museum was opened in May 2017 with the support of Melbourne Catholic Archbishop's Charitable Fund, ACU and Catholic Education Melbourne to honor this extraordinary Victorian and draws on the Mary Glowrey Collection owned by the Catholic Women’s League of Victoria and Wagga Wagga.
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St Vincent de Paul School’s Soup Van Empowerment Project

This Project was proudly supported by Melbourne Catholic Archbishop's Charitable Fund and offers an opportunity for schools to engage with the St Vincent de Paul Society in a capacity which enables young people to be active in learning about mission, social justice and response, and to live their faith through meaningful action.
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