Funding to date: $3,772,069
$16,593 as a CBT-led Project
Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women's Voices) National Summit
CBT Female Directors - Marlene, Emily, Buffy and Nikita - attended the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women's Voices) National Summit held on Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country in May 2023. The summit was aimed at improving Australia’s approach for advancing the rights, health, safety, wellbeing and prosperity of First Nations women and girls.
$3,065,000 as a CBT-led Project
CBT Development at 6 Searcy Street, Borroloola
Following requests from the community over the years for more local services and business opportunities, the CBT is currently working on developing a new community, retail and commercial development at 6 Searcy Street, in the centre of Borroloola. The CBT purchased the property in 2022 for $565,000, and have committed $2.5 million to developing the site into a mixed use precinct. The remaining funding contribution is being sought from the Federal Government.
For more information refer to Case Studies.
$120,329.30 as a CBT-led Project
Academic Assistance Bursary
The Academic Assistance Bursary provides funding to support secondary school students in Borroloola, Robinson River, Outstations and Town Camps attending school locally or elsewhere to purchase essential IT equipment (computers, laptops, tablets and accompanying supplies) for school.