Partner with Us
In addition to our Corporate Services NFP House is a ready and willing NFP partner, competent in project management, development of performance measures, delivery of outcomes and on-time acquittals and reporting. Our team have worked with or within industry and government for decades and have had the pleasure of delivering many social investment and community benefit projects in the Gladstone Region. We can design and deliver community programs to meet specific scopes or objectives and are able to support or mentor other NFPs to deliver funded programs within their sectors, working alongside them to enable successful project outcomes while assisting to build their capacity.
NFP Projects and Event
If you are a NFP with a goal that doesn’t match up to your size, capacity or certification, talk to us about how we can enable you to reach your goal successfully. NFP House may be able to assist bring together the missing pieces of your puzzle through a partnership with us or with other NFPs. If you are not registered, you may be able to seek funding under the auspice of NFP House (subject to eligibility assessment).
NFP House provides physical space and asset support for NFPs in a professional environment at our Headquarters at 1a/136 Goondoon Street, Gladstone. Physical space can be provided on a long-term basis or as a hot desk option, see our Office Space and Equipment services. Storage space through a shared storage shed is also available to accommodation partners.
Boyne Tannum HookUp (BTHU)
The Boyne Tannum HookUp is Australia’s Biggest Family Fishing Competition, a 3-day annual event which aims to bring together friends, family, businesses, supporters and sponsors from all parts of Australia to the beautiful banks of Bray Park, Boyne Island. BTHU is one of the Gladstone region’s most professional and prestigious events. BTHU is a NFP that acts as a platform to raise money for a number of charities in a small town and to promote the Boyne Tannum area. Facebook.
Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA)
Conservation Volunteers Australia exists to make a difference. Their purpose is to strengthen the health of our communities and ecosystems. CVA makes it easy for people to care for nature by volunteering on one of their many conservation projects across the country. Contact CVA if you are interested in finding out about joining a local project in the Gladstone region. Facebook.
Gooreng Gooreng Apical Family Aboriginal Corporation (GGAFAC)
The Gooreng Gooreng people have been actively operating under different banners over the past 50 years and have a long connection and interest in the Gladstone region, encompassing the Bundaberg, North Burnett and Gladstone Regional Council districts. They number their Apical Ancestors as 13 and had a native title 'Consent Determination' by Judge Dowsett in the Federal Court of Australia in Gladstone in November 2017. The 'Consent Determination' declared 17 Apical Ancestors as providing rights and recognition to all Apical Families of the Gooreng Gooreng, Byeellee, Taribelang Bunda and Gurang Peoples. Gooreng Gooreng Apical Family Aboriginal Corporation (GGAFAC) is currently an auspice body of Gehgre Aboriginal Corporation. Gehgre have their own agenda for local community and we celebrate GGAFAC and the Gooreng Gooreng people. Our office space within NFP House is a small step in our corporate plan to realise the potential of the Apical Family and GGAFAC for their future development and wider interest for its membership and its people. If you are interested in finding out more about GGAFAC, please email email@example.com
Promotional Partners & Advertising Opportunities
NFP House offers advertising opportunities through space available on the glass window panels of our premises at 1a/136 Goondoon Street, Gladstone. The window space is a great way for NFPs to raise their profile and gain visibility in a prominent location in the Gladstone CBD. Window signage is approximately 1.2m x 2m which our local printing company will fit, print and install. Window signage is provided for a 12-month period (with annual renewal option). Contact us to find out about promotional partner vacancies and advertising opportunities.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has been providing world-leading marine park management since 1975. The Marine Park Authority has the responsibility of managing the natural wonder that is the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Guided by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975, the Authority uses the best available science to protect values, reduce threats, and improve the current and long-term outlook for the Reef and the communities that depend on it. It works together with Australian and Queensland government partners, Traditional Owners, industry, community organisations and individuals to help achieve the vision of a healthy Great Barrier Reef for future generations. The Authority’s window is currently showcasing the Great Barrier Reef zoning app ‘Eye on the Reef’ – available for FREE download on their website or to download on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Following zoning rules is a key way that Marine Park visitors can help protect their special patch of the Great Barrier Reef.
Gladstone Air Quality Community Group (GAQCG)
The Gladstone Air Quality Community Group was formed in November 2017 with members from the community and representatives from local industry to develop, disseminate and maintain awareness of the air quality within the Gladstone region. Gladstone air has been monitored since 1978 there are currently nine air monitoring stations around Gladstone.
If you are interested in more information about GAQCG or hosting a portable air monitoring device, please email firstname.lastname@example.org