Cruise Wollongong Volunteer Program
IRT Group and Destination Wollongong have partnered to deliver the Cruise Wollongong Volunteer Program. Over 300 volunteers will promote the fun and friendliness of Wollongong when Radiance of the Seas makes its maiden voyage to Port Kembla Harbour on Sunday 30 October 2016. Over 3000 passengers and crew are expected to disembark to enjoy the sights and surrounds of Wollongong on the day.
For those volunteering in the Cruise Wollongong program, please click on the below links for some important information.Briefing Session #1 Slide Pack and Speaker Notes
Briefing Session #1 Question and Answer Pack
IRT Foundation's 2016 Community Grants round is now closed.
Successful and unsuccessful applicants were notified in June 2016.
The Community Grants Program enables IRT Foundation to partner with the community to improve the lives of older Australians. We fund local initiatives so that together we may build age-friendly communities
Grants between $1000 and $20,000 are available to community groups for projects that will help people age positively. Projects of up to 12 months duration must be undertaken within IRT Group’s geographic footprint: South-East Queensland, the ACT, Sydney, Illawarra, Shoalhaven and Eurobodalla.
'Capturing Culture' with Aunty Lorraine and Aunty Narelle
The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Age-Friendly Cities Framework identifies eight domains that can be used to identify and address barriers to the wellbeing and participation of older people.
IRT Foundation has selected three domains that help people to age positively as they move from their working life, transition into retirement and then into their later life.
These domains are:
- Social Participation
- Respect and social inclusion
- Civic participation and employment
For further information about our Community Grants program, the age-friendly domains and possible projects please contact our Foundation Officer:
P 1800 024 915