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Join the Brimbank Community Fund Advisory Committee

Get involved – Help build a better Brimbank

Do you have strong links to the Brimbank community? Are you passionate about representing community views?

The Brimbank Community Fund Advisory Committee is seeking three additional members with diverse skills and experiences but a shared passion for the Brimbank community.

Women, Indigenous, culturally and linguistically diverse community leaders, and people aged under-25 with a passion for aiding youth engagement are strongly encouraged to apply.

Whilst candidates with proven experience in fundraising and events management will be highly regarded, applications are open to any person who is passionate about the Brimbank Community.

What is the Brimbank Community Fund?

 The Brimbank Community Fund was set up in 2009 as a sub-fund of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (LMCF).

It exists to provide a permanent and growing source of much-needed investment for the Brimbank community. The fund tackles priority issues and contributes to the vision of Brimbank as a proud, diverse and connected community.

To date the Brimbank Community fund has dispersed grants totalling $35,000.

What does the Committee do?

Brimbank Community Fund Advisory Committee members help raise funds, build networks and disperse grants for the Brimbank Community Fund. They do this by working in partnership with local residents, businesses and charities to identify areas of need, grow a source of income and develop solutions to pressing local issues.

Does this sound like you?

Request an Expression of Interest information pack by emailing

The Expression of Interest pack contains more details about the skills and attributes that help to make a great committee member. But remember – we’re looking for diverse skills and experience, so you only need to address two of the selection criteria.

Expressions of interest close on 15 April 2022. Interviews with prospective committee members will take place on 27 April 2022 with new members welcomed in May 2022.




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