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A KUNGLA Story

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On Saturday 30th September 2023 during the early afternoon we gathered together to commemorate the contribution Estonians made to Thirlmere and to celebrate with the Thirlmere community, the restoration of the Kungla sign and to unveil the commemorative Kungla Storyboard, located at 39 The Oaks Street, Thirlmere. The Kungla sign and the commemorative Kungla Storyboard The Estonian Cultural...

Grants awarded for the 2023-2024 Financial Year

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The Estonian Cultural Foundation in Australia (ECFA) is pleased to announce the following funding for projects enhancing Estonian culture, language and heritage across Australia. TOTAL AMOUNTS AWARDED $24,428 Funds were allocated this year to: Adelaide Estonian Dancers Vikerkaar $1,228 Estonian Archives in Australia $700 Estonian Children’s Playgroup in Sydney Mudilasring $3,000 Estonians...

Invitation to lodge an Expression of Interest for Project Funding 2023-24

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APPLICATIONS CLOSE 8PM JUNE 30, 2023 The Estonian Cultural Foundation in Australia (ECFA) Ltd has as its objectives: To promote literature, design, crafts, performing arts, radio, TV, moveable cultural heritage, music, community arts, video, visual arts, and film, which are of Estonian origin; To advance any purpose that are secondary or ancillary to the object in the above. Expressions of...

ECFA Constitution

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The ECFA’s constitution was adopted on the 20th March, 2022. The new constitution is available to download:

CONSTITUTION of the ESTONIAN Cultural Foundation in Australia

Grants awarded for the 2022-2023 Financial Year

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ECFA (The Estonian Cultural Foundation in Australia) is pleased to announce the following funding for projects enhancing Estonian culture, language and heritage across Australia. Applications were received from groups in NSW, SA, VIC and WA. Funds were allocated this year to: Adelaide Eesti Selts $1,140 Ceridwen Dovey & Rowena Potts, Co-Creators = $1,500 Estonian Archives in Australia $1,200...