ANMC has received a grant of $500,000

The Australian Government is providing $50 million in 177 grants to keep Australians practising their religion safe across the country. The Albanese Government is committed to ensuring that people of all faiths can live in Australia free from violence and discrimination.

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The Australian Nepalese Multicultural Centre (ANMC) has been awarded a substantial grant of $500,000.00 in full funding through the Securing Faith-Based Places Grant Program, an initiative of the Australian Federal Government. This significant accomplishment highlights the government’s dedication to supporting and ensuring the security of faith-based institutions, contributing to the rich multicultural tapestry of the nation.

This financial support, part of a $50 million initiative encompassing 177 grants nationwide, is a testament to the Australian Government’s commitment to fostering an environment where people of all faiths can live free from violence and discrimination. The Albanese Government is steadfast in its mission to create a safe and inclusive space for Australians to practice their religions.


Expressing gratitude, the Australian Nepalese Multicultural Centre extends a heartfelt “THANK YOU” to the Australian Federal Government and extends congratulations to the entire Australian Nepali community. This achievement marks another milestone in the journey toward establishing a dedicated Nepali community center in Victoria, Australia. It reinforces the ANMC’s pivotal role as a hub within the diverse Australian community and exemplifies collaborative efforts in building a strong and vibrant Nepali presence in the region.

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