News & Events
Victorian sports associations have used the Office for the Community Sector’s Workforce Capability Framework (WCF) to improve their human resource functions.
A new Office for the Community Sector project is supporting Barwon’s not-for-profit (NFP) disability service providers, as they gear up to pilot the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Farmers, fishermen, emergency managers, recreational boaters, parks managers and tourist operators in South Gippsland will make better business decisions, with the opening of the long-awaited weather station at Yanakie.
The Victorian and federal governments have announced further emergency financial assistance for communities significantly affected by the Chepstowe-Carngham fires near Ballarat.
Following the devastating bushfires in Western Victoria, the Victorian Government has provided personal hardship assistance for those communities directly affected.
Hepburn’s new bushfire memorial in Daylesford Community Park will stand for years to come, as a testament to the resilience of the local community in the face of adversity.
According to a new research report released on International Volunteer Day (5 December), the economic value of volunteering to Victoria grew by over 130 per cent in 15 years (between 1992 and 2006).
There was an overwhelming response from Victorian not-for-profit community sector organisations this year, for the Office for the Community Sector's Annual NFP Summit.
A $150,000 Community Support Grant has created fully accessible and more flexible community meeting and activity spaces at East Malvern’s Phoenix Park Community Centre.
Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs) now have a new resource to help them with workforce development activities.