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Economic Development

Facilitate the economic development of communities by supporting charities, nonprofits and social enterprises that work within the sector.

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Support business and industry initiatives

Business and industry are strong contributors to the economic development of communities. Charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises in the business and industry space can assist with business promotion, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, research and development and social enterprise. They can also work across many industries, including construction, manufacturing, mining and resource extraction, trade, transport, and storage.

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Contribute to employment support and services

Employment is important for society and the economic development of communities. Organizations in the employment-related industry can assist with creating job benefits, job counselling, job creation and workforce development, job retraining and job training.

Helping people prepare for and find employment is a vital service that can help to change people's lives.

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Facilitate the implementation of financial services

Providing financial services is imperative when assisting communities with their economic development. Services could include anti-predatory lending, development finance, financial counselling and responsible banking.

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Partner with urban and town development organizations

Urban and town development refers to cities' social, cultural, economic, and physical development. Some considerations include bicycling and pedestrian-oriented development, green building, public transport, urban planning, urban renewal and urban sprawl.

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Support causes with Giveabl

At Giveabl, we help businesses and individuals automatically donate to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises via our website, API or code-less integrations.

You can support causes important to you or your customers without any hassle. Simply browse vetted causes from our curated selection of charities and social enterprises committed to doing good in the world, and get started today!

Cultural Diversity Network
ABN 75216602591
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Worn Gundidj Aboriginal Co Op
We provide training and employment opportunities for identified disadvantaged groups within the community, with the primary focus on indigenous youth.
Global Sustainable Development Vision Innovative Association
ABN 54623926009
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We invited psychologist to have provide seminar about seminar.We encourage healthy diet such as vegetarianism.
Seymour Railway Heritage Centre
ABN 30936154323
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
Successfully maintained and restored railway rollingstock during the period
The Trustee For The John Fornachon Memorial Library Endowment Fund
ABN 81117071314
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The Trust primarily exists to provide for the establishment and maintenance of the John Fornachon Memorial Library (JFML refer, for the promotion of study and general knowledge of the wine industry. During the year the Trust provided financial support for the implementation of a new Library Management System within the JFML.
Beenleigh And District Historical Society
ABN 91919570360
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The BDHS engaged in a building restoration project with Yourtown through the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative to deliver their Get Set for Work and Work Skills Traineeships programs in the South East Queensland region. Yourtown’s programs provide accredited training and support to assist young people, who are experiencing disadvantage, and to prepare for entry level jobs.
Redland Museum
ABN 78257513502
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We are a community based social history museum, collecting, preserving, recording and displaying artefacts and stories of people who have lived in the Redland City area in Queensland Australia.
Outback Roads Aboriginal Corporation
ABN 58699341498
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We employed remotely located and otherwise unemployable (due to no jobs being available for locals) aboriginal males from Halls Creek in our earthmoving operations and thereby helped to relieve poverty in the area.
Yungngora Association
The objects of the Company are to relieve poverty, suffering, distress and helplessnessamong the members of the Yungngora Community in the Region, and benefit eachcommunity in the Region within which members of the Yungngora Association Inc. liveby:(a) Facilitating, promoting and supporting enterprise development and economicadvancement and participation within Yungngora Community.(b) promoting the employment of members of the Yungngora Association Inc.;(c) employing members of the Yungngora Association Inc. as part of enterprisedevelopment and other commercial activities;(d) providing employment and training services to, and related community activities for,members of Yungngora Association Inc. to enable them to secure and maintainemployment
Red Dirt Blue Sky
ABN 80907185680
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Provision of employment and training for local Martu people, supporting the Martu Farm as the key training facility
Karlka Land Enterprises
ABN 55602845385
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Charity main activity: Economic, social and community developmentOther main activities: Social servicesOther main activities: Employment and training
Wunan Foundation
ABN 61577218799
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided a wide range of community services and initiatives to achieve our ultimate mission of reducing Aboriginal dependence on welfare in the East Kimberley from 80% to 20%. Our work encompassed health programs, job training, workplace placements and assistance, financial counseling, assistance with engagement in primary and secondary schooling and many other initiatives to combat the root causes of disadvantage.
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What is economic development?

Economic development is programs, policies or activities that work to improve the financial well-being and quality of life. This could include improving infrastructure, bettering public safety, developing education systems, improving the community's aesthics and facilities, and providing incentives to foster and attract new businesses and jobs. This can also apply to developing regions and countries.

By donating to charities, nonprofits or social enterprises in the economic development space, you are directly funding programs and activities that will assist in developing your or another communities economic prospects and strength. This then allows those communities to continue to grow and prosper.

Why should I donate to support economic development causes?

While there are many reasons to donate money to support economic development causes, one key reason is that it can help reduce poverty and improve standards of living for people in developing countries. Donations can also help promote economic growth and stability in developing countries, which can have positive spillover effects on the global economy.

Why do economic development-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

Charities and nonprofits need funds to support their work in promoting economic development. This can include providing financial assistance to businesses and entrepreneurs, supporting educational and training programs, conducting research, or advocating for policies that foster economic development.

Without sufficient funding, these organizations would be unable to carry out their important work in promoting economic growth and opportunity.

How could my donation help economic development?

When you give money to an organization that is working to improve economic development, you are essentially investing in the future of that community. Your donation could help to fund initiatives such as education and job training programs, which would help prepare people for careers in industries that are growing in the area. Additionally, your donation could go towards infrastructure projects or small business loans, both of which would help spur economic activity and create jobs. Ultimately, by donating to organizations working to improve economic development, you are helping to build a stronger and more prosperous community.

How do I know my donation is going to help economic development?

When you donate to a reputable organization, you can be confident that your donation will be used to further economic development. These organizations typically have experience and expertise in conducting economic development activities and are able to provide evidence of their results. You can also request information on how your donation will be used and what impact it is expected to have.

How can I help in the economic development of my community?

There are so many great ways to support your community's economic development.

1. Support local businesses - Try to purchase and source services within your local community. This will mean that your dollars are staying local, and they can then spend that money on local businesses themselves.

2. Hire local people - If you can hire your team members locally, this also allows those people to live and spend their wages in your local community.

3. Invest in local small businesses and entrepreneurs - Investing locally means that as these businesses grow, they can hire more local people and bolster the local economy.

4. Attend local events and gatherings - This is great for the local economy and great for creating a sense of community spirit and connection.

5. Sponsor sporting events and local clubs - Donating to local clubs and sporting organizations means that local talent can be fostered and developed, along with helping to connect members of the community.

Economic development is vital for communities and their residents

By supporting a charity, a nonprofit or a social enterprise in the economic space, you are giving communities the assistance they need to grow and prosper.

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