Resources & Support

COVID-19 RESOURCES

The GROW team is continually updating these Trello boards with links to current information and resources to support our communities in these unprecedented times. If you have a suggestion for any further resources, please contact grow@givewhereyoulive.com.au

Support for Businesses: https://trello.com/b/ettAbDh3

Support for Individuals: https://trello.com/b/Oo2HHcjJ

Support for Community Services: https://trello.com/b/Zk7s0GAp

 

For Suppliers

How do suppliers (and sub-contractors) respond to a tender or contract asking about GROW? Option 1: Recruit job seekers from GROW target communities* How? Recruit new staff using GROW partner employment services (refer to list) Consider offering internships, traineeships or apprenticeships through GROW partners and programs (refer to list) Offer opportunities to job seekers from...

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GROW Social Procurement Resources

The Toolkit is a series of innovative tools, best practice examples and documents to support social procurement and local economic development in the G21 Region. The first of its kind in Australia, these tools have been crafted by ArcBlue working closely with the GROW Compact Action Network, and in response to the identified needs of...

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List of G21 Social Enterprises

G21 Social Enterprises: Please let us know if your Social Enterprise is missing! Aviary Cafe Cafe and catering, part of Norlane Community Initiatives, based at Baptcare Coasthaven in Norlane. Beanstalk Innovation Not-for-profit company that has been established to support and train disengaged and long-term unemployed individuals in the food manufacturing industry Dal Café and Catering...

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FAQs

What is the background of GROW? Addressing Disadvantage has been a G21 priority project since 2011. The G21 Board was concerned that despite opportunities presented by population and industry growth, access to social and economic benefits are not evenly distributed. The Addressing Disadvantage Taskforce was commissioned by the G21 Board in March 2011 to examine...

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