Many Rivers’ Community Economic Development is a pilot project that works with regional and remote Indigenous communities that have enterprise and employment goals. Our support focuses on strengthening governance and management functions and helping communities build and implement their strategic … Continue reading
Port Waratah Coal Services, a Many Rivers funder for the Newcastle NSW region, has published an article in their community newsletter about our services and featured Many Rivers’ client, Lisa Sams. Click here and see page 4 for the full article.
Not-for-profit organisation Many Rivers, which works with small business owners in Australia’s most remote communities, has helped set up more than 1000 small businesses around the country in the space of seven years. Many Rivers works with entrepreneurs across regional … Continue reading
A microenterprise development project is ushering economic participation for community businesses that have traditionally faced barriers to start and grow. At the Yothu Yindi Foundation’s Garma Festival on Saturday, Westpac and not-for-profit Many Rivers celebrated its project of developing 1000 … Continue reading
At the Garma Festival on Saturday, Westpac and Many Rivers celebrated the establishment and expansion of 1,000 businesses, 500 of which are Indigenous owned businesses. Many Rivers now operates in 25 locations across the country with an emphasis on regional … Continue reading