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Canberra Foundations Collaborative distributes almost $1.3 million to 57 local organisations

Megan Doherty
Updated June 22 2023 - 9:29am, first published 5:30am
Capital Region Muscular Dystrophy secretary Rob Oakley, Together4Youth chief executive officer Andrew Turvey, Mental Health Mob founder Kristen Franks and (front) Power Chair Football League player Brandan Stroud at yesterday's grants announcement. Picture by Gary Ramage
Capital Region Muscular Dystrophy secretary Rob Oakley, Together4Youth chief executive officer Andrew Turvey, Mental Health Mob founder Kristen Franks and (front) Power Chair Football League player Brandan Stroud at yesterday's grants announcement. Picture by Gary Ramage

Local families will get a box of fresh food each week for a year, more people with muscular dystrophy will understand the freedom of playing Power Chair Football and a local Indigenous woman will have greater resources to address mental health problems in her community thanks to grants distributed by the Canberra Foundations Collaborative.

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Megan Doherty

Megan Doherty

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I like telling local stories and celebrating Canberra. Email: megan.doherty@canberratimes.com.au

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