APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL 5PM FRIDAY 6TH MAY
Many of you who are fans of our beer also know that being a useful part of the community is an important measure of who we are as a business.
It’s why we started a separate, not-for-profit arm called the inGrained Foundation, an organisation designed to help tackle the challenges faced in the areas where we work and live.
This year, more than ever before, our backyard of Northern NSW, needs support. That’s why, we’re pumped to announce the inGrained Foundation’s 2022 Northern Rivers Large Grants program.
With a funding pool of $200K, grassroots organisations from the Northern Rivers and Clarence Valley can apply for a cash grant between $5 – $30K to assist with programs that directly benefit our community, or the environment that surrounds us.
Obviously, flood relief and recovery will be top of mind for a lot of people, but inGrained are encouraging applications for a wide range of causes from not-for-profits with DGR status.
This year’s categories for grants are:
- Conservation of natural resources and habitats.
- Action on climate change.
- Mental health and wellbeing.
- Accommodation and homelessness.
- Inclusion and diversity.
Applications are open today so to find out more and apply, head to the inGrained website.
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Outside of this program, Stone & Wood are committed to helping the recovery efforts in the region by running a fundraising program over the bars at both our Byron and Brisbane breweries for the foreseeable future and lending a hand on the ground whenever we can.
If you’re keen to find out how you can connect to some of the great organisations in Northern NSW who are working directly with the community, visit our recent blog for some helpful links.