Helping community organisations be their best
Good Governance creates stronger, more cohesive and more resilient communities by boosting good governance practices in community organisations.
Are you someone who wants to make a difference in the community?
Would you like to help and empower community organisations be their best?
If the answer is yes, then this is your opportunity to utilise your skills and experience to make a real difference to new, emerging and established community organisations in matters relating to Good Governance.
This initiative is hosted by local peak bodies, councils and community development organisations, and it is free for community groups to take part. BRMC is the host for the Good Governance Program in Ballarat.
Under this program, trained volunteers skilled in governance are matched with small community organisations. These volunteers act as mentors over 12 months, working with the entire governing committee to empower the organisation, making sure the organisation gets the individualised support to overcome challenges and reach the set goals.
Free training will be provided to the mentors. A brochure with detailed information for mentors is available here:
Mentor Information Brochure
If you are interested in taking part in Good Governance as a participating group or mentor or would like more information about the program, please contact Sara on 03 5383 0613 or email@example.com