Hilton Harvest 10th anniversary celebrations, funded through the City’s March 2019 grants round.
Project: Wellbeing for Youth | Making Mindful Movement Matter
Making Mindful Movement Matter is a comprehensive six month program addressing Fremantle’s youth and their future health and wellbeing. The program consists of free physical and mental wellbeing classes and workshops for youth with a fun engaging program supporting physical fitness and learning tools to support self-regulation, self-care and social emotional learning opportunities. The program also offers free access to evidence-based training and skills development for carefully selected adults who are passionate about youth wellbeing, such as a Fremantle youth worker, community hero, parent, volunteer, educator or social worker with the goal to establish a sustainable program in the community.
Organisation: Fremantle Chamber Of Commerce
Project: Experience Fremantle from the Inside
A publicised event that generates community pride for Fremantle, helping locals and businesses understand Fremantle’s hidden treasures and build the desired community that visitor’s sense at every touch point. It will include a series of walking tours, open house style meets and special offers to try first hand our best experiences. It will engage young people, retail businesses that are struggling and Fremantle families to view their City through different eyes.
Organisation: Fremantle Mind Inc
Project: Free community mental health and wellbeing services
Delivery of an ongoing range of free, evidence-based activities to the community that is beneficial to mental health and wellbeing. These include mindfulness, creative expression, yoga, life skills workshops, group fitness, DRUMBEAT®, and discussion forums around mental health topics. All are supervised by a registered mental health clinician.
Organisation: St Pats and Uniting Care West (UCW)
Project: St Pats and UCW - Client Christmas Party
For many years, St Pats and Uniting Care West Fremantle have held individual Christmas parties for its clients. Christmas can be a difficult time for vulnerable people, and both organisations have worked hard to put together a joyful event that celebrates the year past and hope for the year ahead. This year, the organisations are working together on a joint event in Princess May Park on 18 December. Combining the best of UCW and St Pat’s approaches, it will be a picnic-style cold lunch. There will be a range of entertainment, including a visit from Santa. Given the resource constraints affecting all not-for-profits, collaboration between services is increasingly important. A joint event will not only allow them to deliver a better event for clients, it will also help develop and cement relationships between staff of the agencies.
Organisation: Spinnaker Foundation
Project: Spinnaker HRF Annual Awards Night
Spinnaker Health Research Foundation was established as an independent charitable entity Fremantle Hospital Medical Research Foundation in 1996, and later re-branded Spinnaker in an homage to its founding Chair Warren Jones under an expanded agreement with Fiona Stanley Hospital. Its Annual Awards Night event is an opportunity to celebrate the beginning of new research projects, in the knowledge that they will have an impact on the health and wellbeing of our community. 2019 marked a record number of grant applications, and it is our aim to award as much of our budget as possible to research projects.
Organisation: North Fremantle Football Club
Project: North Fremantle Football Club Centenary – 'We Shall Never Forget Your Sons'
North Fremantle Football Club (NFFC) is one of the oldest football clubs in Western Australia and will be celebrating its centenary in 2020. To commemorate the milestone the club is looking to preserve its rich history by digitising club records, photographs and memorabilia as well as collecting oral history and video records from significant club contributors. This will then be used to develop an eight-page printed publication which tells the significant stories of North Fremantle Football Club and its community. The publication will be developed by a life member Baden Pratt who is a historical author and ex journalist.