The Sanctuary have been accepted as a client for a group of UQ students who will help us make a plan for our future development!
Earlier, this year we submitted an application to get help understanding the world in which The Sanctuary is emerging and identify the types of choices we have in setting ourselves up sustainably.
The key objectives of this project are to find out the megatrends in the youth sector, risk factors, potential funding avenues explore different legal structures and learn what words like social enterprise and NFP (not-for-profit) and charitable status mean in relation to The Sanctuary MYG. Check out the first installment of the project belowMallacoota_Youth_Sanctuary_Project_Plan
Emerging Minds 04:00 – 29:00 minutes
Brodie telling the story of The Sanctuary 30:00 – 59:00 minutes
22 year old Gugu Yalanji, Jirrbal and Badu Island songbird Kee’ahn joins Airly for a live 3MGB radio interview in perfect timing to celebrate National Reconciliation Week
With a name coming from the Wik people of Cape York meaning to dance, to sing, to play, Kee’ahn honors her ancestors through vulnerable soulful melodies of identity, heartbreak,and healing.
Join us on 3MGB from 12-2pm Tuesday June 1st for great music, live interview and inspiring voices and perspectives.
This Thursday at 9am on 3MGB 101.7 Mallacoota and 96.9 Genoa, episode 7 of ‘From the Embers’ produced by the Community Radio Network will feature Mallacoota’s recent fire experience and interviews with Don, Francesca, Brodie, Kristin and Kate.
Episode is Episode 7 ‘From The Embers’, is based around the experiences of the community in Mallacoota.
Title: Shelter at the Beach
First the road closed. Then on the morning of New Year’s Day, night came and the skies turned red. Images from the coastal town of Mallacoota went viral as thousands of people sheltered on the wharf, the beach and in the caravan park that overlooks the lake.
And during that time, the community radio station, helmed by Francesca Winterson played on…until they couldn’t.
Producer: Anne Wall
Executive Producer and Sound Design Sarah Mashman
Production Management Team Vicky Rouse and Abe Killian
Engineering Tegan Nichols
Script Consultation Zoe Ferguson
Theme Oliver Beard
This podcast has been brought to you by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, and is supported by The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas and The Paul Ramsay Foundation