Greater Shepparton City Council has been successful in receiving a grant in the 2022-2024 FReeZA funding round. To deliver the outcomes of this funding a FReeZA Committee will be established and will comprise of young people aged 12-25 who live, work or volunteer in Greater Shepparton. All members will be supported through the provision of training and skill development to stage FReeZA events.
Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor Kim O’Keeffe said young people will have the opportunity to plan, run and support safe, events for other young people.
“These events help young people to gain skills and be involved in cultural, art and music events that reflect what young people within our community are looking for,” she said.
“FReeZA is a platform for youth-led action in music, arts and culture. I encourage all young people to consider submitting an expression of interest for this program.”
Expressions of Interest for the Music, Arts and Culture (MACC) Committee are now open and close on 31 May 2022. Young people aged between 12-25 years are encouraged to apply.
Further information or support with applying is also available from Council’s Youth Officer – Astrid on 5832 9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . To submit your expression of interest visit Shaping Greater Shepparton