Uranus Saturn

Our partners are dedicated to improving the lives of young people in Port Stephens.

We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support and enthusiasm of our corporate partners.

We collaborate with different organisations that share our commitment to making a difference and by engaging in a long-term, strategic and mutually beneficial relationship we will improve the lives of thousands of young people in Port Stephens.

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Thank you to our partners.

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation

The purpose of the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation is to provide grant funding for eligible not-for-profit organisations and community groups to enable these organisations to deliver important projects, initiatives and programs that address issues of disadvantage in regard to health, social wellbeing and young people. More specifically, the Foundation funds projects aimed at improving community health and well-being for those most in need, improving life outcomes for disadvantaged and at-risk young people, and improving the social wellbeing of the marginalised and isolated in our community.

NSW Health

Each year NSW Health continues to allocate over $150 million through approximately 395 Ministerially Approved Grants (MAG) to more than 310 non-government organisations (NGOs) across the State.

MAG funding assists with the delivery of important community-based services that support the health and wellbeing of the public, in particular, vulnerable or hard to reach populations.

Hunter New England and Central Coast

Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) is a not for profit organisation funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The PHN is not a direct provider of services, instead, it manages a range of service agreements with organisations to deliver primary health care programs in areas of identified need. Program areas funded include mental health, Aboriginal health, GP after-hours care and Rural Primary Health Services (RPHS).

Port Stephens Council

Council is committed to involving our community in activities that actively shape and influence the future of the area.

Here at Council, we work very hard to achieve sustainable outcomes around social, environmental and economic opportunities. Careful planning maintains a balance between protecting our environmental and physical characteristics, population growth and economic prosperity.

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