Central Sydney GP Network grant applications

 

The Central Sydney GP Network Board would like to help fund projects for the inner west community. The network earns interest on investments and each year grants the money to organisations supporting our patients.

What could you do with $5000?

Last year Central Sydney GP Network grants made a difference.

  • Mission Beat vans are often first responders on the streets of Sydney. A grant provided 2 defibrillators to Mission Beat for their street vans.
  • CANA volunteers helping people alienated them from society are often subjected to abuse from ICE and crystal meth addicts. A workshop was developed with a grant to educate volunteers and support their work.
  • ‘Tuning in to Kids’™ (TitK) is an evidence-based parenting program that gives parents strategies for supporting their child to understand and regulate their emotions. A grant funded a ‘train the trainer’ for bilingual child and family workers who work in the Canterbury area of Sydney.

The Board would like your ideas on what projects you would like the Network to support this year. The project needs to align with our vision which is:

Vision: To support and strengthen central Sydney general practice.

Purpose: To advocate and represent for quality general practice as central to patient care.

Email enquiries: margot.woods.csgpn@gmail.com

Applications: s.moxon@cesphn.com.au

 

The Central Sydney GP Network Board would like to help fund projects for the inner west community. The network earns interest on investments and each year grants the money to organisations supporting our patients.

What could you do with $5000?

Last year Central Sydney GP Network grants made a difference.

Mission Beat vans are often first responders on the streets of Sydney. A grant provided 2 defibrillators to Mission Beat for their street vans.
CANA volunteers helping people alienated them from society are often subjected to abuse from ICE and crystal meth addicts. A workshop was developed with a grant to educate volunteers and support their work.
‘Tuning in to Kids’™ (TitK) is an evidence-based parenting program that gives parents strategies for supporting their child to understand and regulate their emotions. A grant funded a ‘train the trainer’ for bilingual child and family workers who work in the Canterbury area of Sydney.
The Board would like your ideas on what projects you would like the Network to support this year. The project needs to align with our vision which is:

Vision: To support and strengthen central Sydney general practice.

Purpose: To advocate and represent for quality general practice as central to patient care.

Email enquiries: margot.woods.csgpn@gmail.com

Applications: s.moxon@cesphn.com.au