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Joint Media Release: Morrison Government supports multicultural communities in the NT

A re-elected Morrison Government will invest up to $2 million for Multicultural Community Amenities Grants in the Northern Territory to help with greater social and economic participation.

Multicultural Community associations play a key role connecting Territorians with new cultures and the promoting inclusion. These grants will assist existing Northern Territory multicultural service or community groups to fully participate in social, economic and sporting life in the NT.

Grant applications up to a maximum of $50,000 with matched funding for up to 12 months will be available.

The objectives of the Multicultural Community Amenities Grants are to more effectively facilitate integration and diversity activities that encourage diverse communities to come together around a shared opportunity or challenge, and in turn help build understanding and trust.

These grants will support the Government’s commitment to keeping Australians together by building stronger and more connected communities.

A re-elected Morrison Government will invest up to $2 million for Multicultural Community Amenities Grants in the Northern Territory to help with greater social and economic participation.

Multicultural Community associations play a key role connecting Territorians with new cultures and the promoting inclusion. These grants will assist existing Northern Territory multicultural service or community groups to fully participate in social, economic and sporting life in the NT.

Grant applications up to a maximum of $50,000 with matched funding for up to 12 months will be available.

The objectives of the Multicultural Community Amenities Grants are to more effectively facilitate integration and diversity activities that encourage diverse communities to come together around a shared opportunity or challenge, and in turn help build understanding and trust.

These grants will support the Government’s commitment to keeping Australians together by building stronger and more connected communities.