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Innovator Training Program Grant Closes: 17th of May 2024 Run By: Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia Further Information: https://www.ariia.org.au/programs/innovator-training-program

Are you working in the aged care sector and have a problem in your workplace? Do you need support to find a solution? The free Innovator Training Program is designed to provide you or your team with tools and skills to use available knowledge and evidence to solve a problem in your workplace.

By joining the Innovator Training Program (ITP), ‘Innovators’ will receive dedicated training to implement changes based on available research evidence, and shape a solution that is appropriate for local settings and organisations.

The training program provides individuals or teams with the skills and knowledge to:

  • Understand the components of a problem
  • Find best-practice evidence to solve the problem
  • Manage change and innovation within the workplace
  • Measure if the change has made a difference.
Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program - 2024-25 - Batch 1 Grant Closes: 20th of June 2024 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Veterans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8f80a57c-4453-4014-8ef3-7ce786b356d7

The objective of the program is to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations, and their families.

The intended outcome of the grant opportunity is to provide funding for projects and activities that:

  • promote appreciation and understanding of the experiences of service and the roles that those who served have played
  • preserve, add to the sum of knowledge on, or provide access to information about Australia’s wartime heritage.

Projects and activities relating to all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations are eligible.

The program aims to provide funding for projects and activities that are ready to proceed and where STS grant funding will ensure their completion. Projects must be able to be completed within 12 months of the funding agreement being executed.

There are 2 categories of grants available under the program:

Community Grants (CG)
Grants to a maximum of $10,000 are available for local, community-based projects and activities. These small grants are for projects and activities that are focused on the local community, commemorate the service and sacrifice of local community members, and are primarily accessed by the local community.

Some examples of CG projects and activities include:

  • development of a digital honour roll
  • restoration of an honour board
  • purchase of a cabinet to display military memorabilia
  • installation of a flagpole to display Australian National Flags on days of commemoration.

Major Grants (MG)
Grants between $10,001 and $150,000 are available for major commemorative projects and activities that are significant from a national, state, territory and/or broader regional perspective. These projects may include the construction of new war or peace memorials, where none currently exists, as well as additions to existing memorials.

Major Grants will have a much wider focus than CG category applications and must be commemorative of the service and sacrifice of service personnel beyond the local community, and/or consist of elements that are available to the whole nation, or residents of a state, territory, or broader regional area. A high monetary value project or activity does not necessarily mean that it is of national, state, territory and/or significant to a broader region.

Some examples of MG projects and activities include:

  • construction of an interactive memorial walking track dedicated to Australian service personnel from the Vietnam War
  • development of a digital honour roll and interpretive signage to commemorate the history of service personnel from a particular region
  • publication of a book commemorating Australian service personnel from the Malayan Emergency
  • development of a documentary commemorating Australian Prisoners of War.

Assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into 3 batches closing in June 2024, October 2024 and February 2025.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program - 2024-25 - Batch 2 UpcomingGrant Opens: 20th of June 2024 - 9:00 pm Closes: 3rd of October 2024 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Veterans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8f80a57c-4453-4014-8ef3-7ce786b356d7

The objective of the program is to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations, and their families.

The intended outcome of the grant opportunity is to provide funding for projects and activities that:

  • promote appreciation and understanding of the experiences of service and the roles that those who served have played
  • preserve, add to the sum of knowledge on, or provide access to information about Australia’s wartime heritage.

Projects and activities relating to all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations are eligible.

The program aims to provide funding for projects and activities that are ready to proceed and where STS grant funding will ensure their completion. Projects must be able to be completed within 12 months of the funding agreement being executed.

There are 2 categories of grants available under the program:

Community Grants (CG)
Grants to a maximum of $10,000 are available for local, community-based projects and activities. These small grants are for projects and activities that are focused on the local community, commemorate the service and sacrifice of local community members, and are primarily accessed by the local community.

Some examples of CG projects and activities include:

  • development of a digital honour roll
  • restoration of an honour board
  • purchase of a cabinet to display military memorabilia
  • installation of a flagpole to display Australian National Flags on days of commemoration.

Major Grants (MG)
Grants between $10,001 and $150,000 are available for major commemorative projects and activities that are significant from a national, state, territory and/or broader regional perspective. These projects may include the construction of new war or peace memorials, where none currently exists, as well as additions to existing memorials.

Major Grants will have a much wider focus than CG category applications and must be commemorative of the service and sacrifice of service personnel beyond the local community, and/or consist of elements that are available to the whole nation, or residents of a state, territory, or broader regional area. A high monetary value project or activity does not necessarily mean that it is of national, state, territory and/or significant to a broader region.

Some examples of MG projects and activities include:

  • construction of an interactive memorial walking track dedicated to Australian service personnel from the Vietnam War
  • development of a digital honour roll and interpretive signage to commemorate the history of service personnel from a particular region
  • publication of a book commemorating Australian service personnel from the Malayan Emergency
  • development of a documentary commemorating Australian Prisoners of War.

Assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into 3 batches closing in June 2024, October 2024 and February 2025.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program - 2024-25 - Batch 3 UpcomingGrant Opens: 3rd of October 2024 - 9:00 pm Closes: 5th of February 2025 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Veterans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8f80a57c-4453-4014-8ef3-7ce786b356d7

The objective of the program is to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations, and their families.

The intended outcome of the grant opportunity is to provide funding for projects and activities that:

  • promote appreciation and understanding of the experiences of service and the roles that those who served have played
  • preserve, add to the sum of knowledge on, or provide access to information about Australia’s wartime heritage.

Projects and activities relating to all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations are eligible.

The program aims to provide funding for projects and activities that are ready to proceed and where STS grant funding will ensure their completion. Projects must be able to be completed within 12 months of the funding agreement being executed.

There are 2 categories of grants available under the program:

Community Grants (CG)
Grants to a maximum of $10,000 are available for local, community-based projects and activities. These small grants are for projects and activities that are focused on the local community, commemorate the service and sacrifice of local community members, and are primarily accessed by the local community.

Some examples of CG projects and activities include:

  • development of a digital honour roll
  • restoration of an honour board
  • purchase of a cabinet to display military memorabilia
  • installation of a flagpole to display Australian National Flags on days of commemoration.

Major Grants (MG)
Grants between $10,001 and $150,000 are available for major commemorative projects and activities that are significant from a national, state, territory and/or broader regional perspective. These projects may include the construction of new war or peace memorials, where none currently exists, as well as additions to existing memorials.

Major Grants will have a much wider focus than CG category applications and must be commemorative of the service and sacrifice of service personnel beyond the local community, and/or consist of elements that are available to the whole nation, or residents of a state, territory, or broader regional area. A high monetary value project or activity does not necessarily mean that it is of national, state, territory and/or significant to a broader region.

Some examples of MG projects and activities include:

  • construction of an interactive memorial walking track dedicated to Australian service personnel from the Vietnam War
  • development of a digital honour roll and interpretive signage to commemorate the history of service personnel from a particular region
  • publication of a book commemorating Australian service personnel from the Malayan Emergency
  • development of a documentary commemorating Australian Prisoners of War.

Assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into 3 batches closing in June 2024, October 2024 and February 2025.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Accelerated Depreciation for Primary Producers Grant Closes: Ongoing Run By: Australian Taxation Office Further Information: https://www.ato.gov.au/businesses-and-organisations/income-deductions-and-concessions/primary-producers/in-detail/capital-expenditure/fencing-and-fodder-storage-assets

If you are a primary producer, you may be entitled to claim an immediate deduction for capital expenses incurred on fencing and fodder storage assets.

Your deduction is limited to the capital expenses you incur for:

  • construction
  • manufacture
  • installation
  • acquisition.

The expense must have been incurred primarily and principally for use in a primary production business conducted on land in Australia.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Plantation Loan Grant Closes: Ongoing Value: Up to $2.5 Million Run By: Australian Government Regional Investment Corporation Further Information: https://www.ric.gov.au/plantation

his loan scheme aims to support plantation expansion across Australia and increase domestic wood supply and the growth of regional economies and communities.

Loans are available for:

  • purchasing land for developing a plantation
  • costs involved in establishing a plantation
  • replanting bushfire damaged plantations as a result of the 2019-20 Black Summer Bushfires.

Eligible activities may include:

  • purchase of land for developing a plantation
  • site preparation
  • fencing
  • roading
  • installing irrigation or drainage systems
  • purchase and planting of seeds
  • payment of labour
  • insurance costs
  • other working capital.
Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Farm Management Deposits Scheme Program Closes: Ongoing Run By: Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Further Information: https://www.agriculture.gov.au/agriculture-land/farm-food-drought/drought/fmd

The Farm Management Deposit (FMD) Scheme assists primary producers to deal more effectively with fluctuations in cash flows. It is designed to increase the self-reliance of Australian primary producers by helping them manage their financial risk and meet their business costs in low-income years by building up cash reserves.

The scheme allows eligible primary producers to set aside pre-tax income which they can draw on in future years when they need it, such as for restocking or replanting when conditions start to improve.

Income deposited into an FMD account is tax deductible in the financial year the deposit is made. It becomes taxable income in the financial year in which it is withdrawn (repaid).

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Workforce Incentives Program (WIP) - Doctor Stream Grant Closes: Ongoing Value: $3,600 to $60,000 per year Run By: Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

The WIP Doctor Stream makes direct payments to doctors who deliver eligible services in eligible locations.

The WIP Doctor Stream aims to encourage doctors to practise in regional rural and remote communities. It also promotes careers in rural medicine by providing financial incentives. For doctors to receive incentive payments, they must provide eligible services in eligible locations. We determine the locations using the Modified Monash Model (MM 2019) geographical classification system.

You can receive incentive payments of between $3,600 and $60,000 per year, depending on activity levels, location,  how long a doctor has been part of the program and, from 1 January 2024, a doctor’s vocational registration status.

It uses 2 systems to assess and pay these financial incentives:

Some doctors may provide services under both payment systems.

Payments are based on:

  • activity levels within eligible locations
  • how long a doctor has been part of the program and, from 1 January 2024
  • a doctor’s vocational registration status (starting from 1 January 2024).

The WIP Doctor Stream replaced the General Practice Rural Incentives Program (GPRIP) in early 2020.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Investing in Women Program - 2023-24 UpcomingGrant Opens: 5th of March 2024 Closes: 8th of April 2024 - 4:00 pm Value: $25,000 to $250,000 per year Run By: Women NSW Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/2023-24-investing-women-program

This program funds NSW organisations to develop and implement projects that advance the role, status and contribution of women and girls in our communities.

The Investing in Women Funding Program seeks to fund innovative projects that focus on the three pillars that align with the NSW Women’s Strategy (2023 – 2026), in particular pillars two and three; Health and Wellbeing, and Participation and Empowerment.

Projects must involve high-quality activity, engagement, and participation with one of the following focus communities of Women NSW.  

More than one focus community can participate in the project, but applications must nominate one focus community to be targeted. These include: 

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls 
  • Women and girls from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities 
  • Women and girls with disability  
  • Women and girls living in regional, rural and remote areas 
  • Women and girls experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage 
  • Women and girls facing homelessness 
  • Carers 
  • Older women
  • Young women 
  • Women veterans
  • Women and girls in contact with the criminal justice system
  • Girls and young women living in or who have lived in out of home care 
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer and/or asexual (LGBTIQA+) women and girls

Application budgets must include a minimum of 10 per cent of the total project cost from other sources of income. This can be financial income or in-kind.

 

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Illegal Dumping Prevention - Round 2 - Stream 4 UpcomingGrant Opens: 15th of July 2024 Closes: 30th of August 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $200,000 Run By: Environment Protection Authority Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/illegal-dumping-prevention-grant-round-2-stream-4

These grants support the delivery of the NSW Illegal Dumping Prevention Strategy 2022-27 and contribute to two of the key focus areas of the strategy:

  1. Reducing kerbside illegal dumping activities ​
  2. Reducing public land and bushland illegal dumping activities

The four grants streams aim to support local government and state government agencies to:

  • gather baseline and ongoing data on the size of their illegal dumping problem
  • develop a business case for investment in illegal dumping prevention
  • proactively target localised illegal dumping issues
  • collaboratively address illegal dumping across land tenures
  • encourage entities to undertake illegal dumping prevention projects if they have not done so before

This is a new grant stream to run a collaborative project addressing illegal dumping across multiple land tenures for groups of organisations (including local councils, groupings of councils and state government agencies). Partners can include entities that do not manage public land such as community groups, Local Aboriginal Land Councils or charities, but the purpose of their participation must be to prevent dumping on public land.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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Strengthening Rural Communities - Small & Vital Grant Current Round Closes: 5th of June 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal Further Information: https://frrr.org.au/funding/place/strengthening-rural-communities/

The Strengthening Rural Communities program gives small rural, regional and remote communities across Australia the opportunity to access funds that can benefit and help secure their future prosperity. Grants are available for a broad range of initiatives that directly and clearly benefit local communities.

Applications from not-for-profit organisations in communities of fewer than 15,000 people are prioritised, particularly those communities whose size, remoteness and relative access to services, funding, and resources present particular ongoing challenges. The Strengthening Rural Communities program accepts applications any time. FRRR considers applications and makes grant distributions on a quarterly basis.

Last Updated: 26th of February 2024
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Local Sporting Champions Grant Current Round Closes: 30th of April 2024 Value: $500 to $750 Run By: Sport Australia Further Information: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/grants_and_funding/local_sporting_champions

This program provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships.

Between $500 and $750 is available towards the cost of attending their championships as follows:.

  • Base Grant: $500
  • Applicants travelling 800km - 1999km to their nominated championships: + $100
  • Applicants travelling internationally or greater than 2000km to their nominated championships: + $200
  • Applicants residing in a rural electorate: + $50
Last Updated: 26th of February 2024
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The Harcourts Foundation Grant Current Round Closes: 3rd of May 2024 Value: Unspecified Run By: The Harcourts Foundation Further Information: https://harcourtsfoundation.org/australia/

As the foundation's purpose is “To provide support that helps, grows, and enriches our communities”, they have a clear focus on providing grants to reputable community-based charitable organisations which need funding for projects and initiatives designed to benefit as many people as possible.

Because most of the funding for The Harcourts Foundation is generously provided by Harcourts offices, they will only consider applications from groups for a specific event, project, item, or initiative where Harcourts has an office.

Last Updated: 26th of February 2024
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Drought Infrastructure Fund Grant Closes: Ongoing Until Expended Value: Up to $1 Million Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/loans/dif

The Drought Infrastructure Fund is a long term, low interest loan product supporting NSW farmers to invest in permanent on-farm infrastructure that will:

  • manage adverse seasonal conditions - improve water efficiencies with irrigation systems, cap and piping of bores, new dams, install water tanks and desilting of ground tanks
  • ensure long term sustainability - increase the viability of a farm business and improve pasture and soil health, plant trees for shade and wildlife corridors, eradicate weeds, flood proof property and fence river banks.
  • improve farm productivity - reduce risks and improve efficiencies by building fodder and grain storage facilities, sheds, fencing, roadworks and solar power conversions.

Eligible producers can borrow up to $1 million per project, with a total of $1 million outstanding at any one time to build on-farm infrastructure, including stock containment areas. A 2.5% fixed interest rate is applied to Drought Infrastructure Fund loans which can be repaid over a period of 20 years.

Last Updated: 26th of February 2024
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Methane Emissions Reduction in Livestock - Validation and Demonstration - Round 2 Grant Closes: 20th of March 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: $1 Million to $3 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water Further Information: https://business.gov.au/grants-and-programs/methane-emissions-reduction-in-livestock-stage-3-round-2

The purpose of this grant opportunity is to validate and demonstrate technologies to deliver methane-reducing livestock feed supplements to grazing animals and other solutions to reduce methane emissions from grazing livestock (beef and dairy cattle, and sheep) at large scale.

Applicants will need to demonstrate how their proposed solutions will be safe and effective in reducing enteric emissions in an operational environment. Please refer to the grant opportunity guidelines for full details.

The objectives of the grant opportunity are to:

  • fast-track the development and commercial readiness to deliver methane-reducing solutions to grazing animals at large-scale
  • validate and demonstrate the impacts, effectiveness and safety of methane-reducing solutions under Australian operational environments
  • engage and collaborate with livestock producers to ensure methane-reducing solutions can be adopted in a cost-effective way within common grazing management operations
  • leverage co-investment to develop, validate and demonstrate benefits of the methane-reducing solutions.
Last Updated: 26th of February 2024
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