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Livestock and Animal Traceability Development, Implementation, and Improvement Grant Grant Closes: 1st of July 2024 - 11:00 pm Value: $150,000 to $500,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=ea892b0b-2ffd-495f-8e8b-d7ede1fb4122

Provides the opportunity for successful applicants to contribute to developing, implementing, and improving traceability systems for Australian agricultural industries, specifically in the livestock, animals and animal products sector.

The purpose of the grant round is to enhance industry capacity and capability to meet national traceability outcomes and comply with current and emerging requirements. Enhancing traceability for livestock, animals and animal products will support Australia’s access to existing and new markets; enhance our ability to respond to exotic pest, disease, and food safety incidents; and help to demonstrate how our livestock, animal and animal product sectors meet changing consumer expectations.

Projects developed under this grant round will assist in reducing barriers to adoption of traceability and increase regulatory compliance capability. While the focus of this grant round is on the livestock, animals and animal products sectors, consideration should be given as to how projects could be applied across other agricultural sectors.

 

Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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National Women's Alliances Grant Closes: 3rd of July 2024 - 5:00 pm Run By: Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=76689554-6946-4a58-b2e2-82df6bc6671c

It is critical for government to hear the views of experts and the lived experience of women to deliver practical changes to improve gender equality. This grant opportunity will establish a network of up to 6 civil society organisations to provide expert gender advice to Government and ensure women’s voices inform implementation of the Strategy.

To be eligible, you must be one of the following entity types:

  • Company
  • Cooperative
  • Corporate State or Territory Entity (Universities only)
  • Incorporated Association
  • Indigenous Corporation
  • Partnership
  • Statutory Entity

To achieve maximum national impact, applicants must specify which of the following theme(s) their application relates to:

  • gender-based violence
  • women’s economic equality and leadership
  • migrant and refugee and culturally and linguistically diverse women
  • First Nations women
  • women living in rural, regional and remote areas of Australia
  • women with disability
Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Critical Technologies Challenge Program Round 1 Grant Closes: 2nd of July 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: $100,000 to $500,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science and Resources Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=9a956eba-e797-4d5d-a91b-801e08a6f2b7

The program will test solutions to market-led challenges of national significance using quantum technologies, potentially in conjunction with other advanced technologies, and accelerate quantum technologies from an early-readiness phase when private capital is hard to secure.

The program will drive greater awareness and uptake of quantum technologies in Australia by creating stronger ties between quantum researchers, quantum businesses and technology end-users across the economy. It will also demonstrate Australian capability, drive private sector demand and de-risk adoption of quantum technology across the economy.

Applications must be on behalf of a joint (consortia) collaboration with an eligible lead applicant who is the main driver of the project. Only an eligible lead applicant can apply for grant funding on behalf of consortia project partners. Consortia which include international organisations as project partners are welcome to apply.

To be eligible as the lead applicant you must:

  • have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
  • be registered for the Goods and Services Tax (GST); and
  • be an entity, incorporated in Australia
Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Pride Foundation Australia Small Grants - 2024 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 6th of May 2024 - 9:00 am Closes: 15th of July 2024 - 11:59 pm Value: Up to $1,000 Run By: Pride Foundation Australia Further Information: https://pridefoundation.org.au/small-grants/

The Small Grants program supports projects proposed by individuals and or organisations and or communities who would otherwise be limited by the constraints of other funding programs. The project needs to directly or indirectly assist, involve and benefit LGBTQIA+ people and promote positive social outcomes and mental health in the community.

The Small Grants Program is open all year round with particular cut off dates throughout the year for assessment purposes. If an Application is received after the cut-off date, they will be assessed in the next round.

  • Second round opens 9am AEDT Monday 6 May 2024 and closes on 11:59pm AEDT Monday 15 July 2024.
  • Third round opens 9am AEDT Monday 5 August 2024 and closes on 11:59pm AEDT Monday 18 November 2024. 
Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Tucker Foundation Grants - 2024 UpcomingGrant Opens: 1st of July 2024 Closes: 31st of August 2024 Value: Up to $25,000 Run By: Tucker Foundation Further Information: https://www.tuckerfoundation.org.au/

The Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation is a philanthropic organisation that supports registered charitable organisations who are actively making a positive difference in the lives of humans, animals and the natural environment. Many past grants have been awarded to small scale grassroots groups, who may otherwise struggle to attract the funding of larger more prominent organisations.

Each year, the Tucker Foundation considers applications from organisations seeking to undertake projects that further the Foundation’s aims and objectives.

To provide flexibility for different projects, there is not set amounts of time to complete the project. The proposed project timeline and justification should be included in the application form.

Grants are available to organisations with income tax exemption and ACNC registration for local, regional or national projects anywhere in Australia. Australian organisations seeking funding for projects undertaken overseas may also be considered.

Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Thrive Community Grants - 2024 Grant Closes: 24th of June 2024 - 4:00 pm Value: Up to $50,000 Run By: St George Foundation Further Information: https://www.stgeorgefoundation.com.au/our-grants/thrive-community-grants

Each year, Thrive Community Grants provide smaller, local charities with one-off grants of up to $50,000 to assist children and young people to connect with friends, family and the community, participate in activities that build resilience, develop new skills, enrich lives, and create a sense of belonging. Our support is focussed on children and young people experiencing discrimination and disadvantage.

We invest in charities that support the direct involvement of children and young people to:

  • Foster individual learning and interests through education, training or skills development
  • Develop independence, engage in society and join the workforce
  • Create connections and build relationships with others
  • Feel they belong to a wider community, social or cultural group
  • Build resilience, self-awareness and confidence
  • Have the practical things they need to participate and develop as active members of the community
  • Have a positive sense of identity and culture
  • Have a say about things that matter to them

Eligibility

  1. Organisation is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR-1 status) and registered with Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC)
  2. Organisation can provide recent, audited financial statements, signed by the auditor
  3. Organisation has an annual gross revenue of less than $5 million
  4. Organisation receives less than 60% of its annual revenue from federal, state or local government funding, where income is above $1million per annum
  5. Proposed initiative is located within NSW/ACT/QLD/WA
Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Sporting Schools - 2024 - Term 4 UpcomingGrant Opens: 12th of August 2024 - 8:00 am Closes: 23rd of August 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: $1,000 to $3,600 Run By: Australian Sports Commission Further Information: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/schools/schools/funding

Sporting Schools offers grant opportunities for primary schools, and targeted grant opportunities for secondary schools in relation to year 7 and 8 students. Grants support the delivery of sport-based programs to help students build the confidence and capability to be active for life. Sporting Schools has partnered with more than 35 national sporting organisations (NSOs) and national sporting organisations for people with disability (NSODs) to facilitate delivery of Sporting Schools programs.

The objectives of Sporting Schools are to:

  • engage primary school students in free, high-quality sport programs at school
  • engage secondary school students (Years 7-8) in free, high-quality sport programs at school, particularly inactive students, girls, and students attending schools in disadvantaged areas
  • establish partnerships between sporting organisations and schools to promote involvement in sport outside of school
  • develop the capability of schools and teachers to provide students with positive sport experiences
  • build the capability of coaches and the sport workforce
  • support life-long involvement in sport and physical activity to enhance health and wellbeing.

There are four rounds for 2024:
Term 1, 2024 - Opens Monday 6 November 2023 8am and closes Friday 17 November 2024 5pm
Term 2, 2024 - Opens Monday 26 February 2024 8am and closes Friday 8 March 2024 5pm
Term 3, 2024 - Opens Monday 20 May 2024 8am and closes Friday 31 May 2024 5pm
Term 4, 2024 - Opens Monday 12 August 2024 8am and closes Friday 23 August 2024 5pm

Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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Industry Growth Program: Commercialisation and Growth Grant Closes: Ongoing Value: $100,000 to $5 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science and Resources Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=17fb17b2-de0c-4ad3-9f3e-33e929da8fbb

The Industry Growth Program has been established to support innovative Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) undertaking commercialisation and/or growth projects within the National Reconstruction Fund (NRF) priority areas. Participating businesses will have access to Advisory Services to help them overcome the significant challenges that may be associated with their projects.

Commercialisation and growth projects are intended to include those that can already demonstrate completion of feasibility studies and proof-of-concept. Projects are intended to include the journey of product, process or service development from early prototyping through to actual application in its final form, and the capability to scale up to full rate production and grow into new markets.

Participants in the Advisory Service may apply for Commonwealth grant funding to support specific commercialisation and/or growth projects.

The commercialisation and growth stages may include developing marketplace strategies for entry to market, accelerating growth and scaling up into national and international markets.

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Industry Growth Program: Early-Stage Commercialisation Grant Closes: Ongoing Value: $50,000 to $250,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science and Resources Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=700a66a6-2f43-46f8-b718-ae4d527caff1

The Industry Growth Program has been established to support innovative Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) undertaking commercialisation and/or growth projects within the National Reconstruction Fund (NRF) priority areas. Participating businesses will have access to Advisory Services to help them overcome the significant challenges that may be associated with their projects.

Early-stage commercialisation projects are intended to include the journey from feasibility studies and the development of proof-of-concept through to the production and testing of early prototypes in a simulated or theoretical environment. Testing should validate the commercial viability of the innovative product, process or service.

Participants in the Advisory Service may apply for Commonwealth grant funding to support early-stage commercialisation projects.

Early-stage commercialisation is a formative stage in the development where your innovative product, process or service is translated, tested, developed and then refined and demonstrated.

The objective of the Early-Stage Commercialisation grant opportunity is to help businesses to undertake the steps necessary to establish the commercial viability of an innovative product, process or service, including steps to undertake feasibility and proof-of-concept through to prototyping.

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Development & Operations Grants - Round 2 - 2024/25 UpcomingGrant Next Round Opens: 1st of July 2024 - 9:00 am Closes: 20th of August 2024 - 2:00 pm Run By: Community Broadcasting Foundation Further Information: https://cbf.smartygrants.com.au/DOR22425

 The objectives of Development & Operations grants are to support community media organisations to:

  • Strengthen governance policies and practices that support longer term thinking
  • Enhance capacity and capability that drives sustainability
  • Increase resilience through preparations for unexpected change 
  • Deepen engagement with identified communities  
  • Expand partnerships to maximise opportunities
  • Develop and embed inclusive and accessible practices

You are eligible to apply for a Development & Operations grant if you are:

  • a recognised community media organisation (radio and TV)*
  • a Remote Indigenous Media Organisation or Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service

You can submit one Development & Operations grant application. There is no limit to how much you can apply for. The more funding you request, the greater detail assessors will expect in your responses.

All applications will be competitively assessed and may be funded in full, in part or not at all based on the merits of the application and the demand for funding in any given grant round. Where appropriate we will fully fund an application that is highly ranked.

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Specialist Radio Program - Round 2 - 2024/25 UpcomingGrant Opens: 1st of July 2024 - 9:00 am Closes: 20th of August 2024 - 2:00 pm Run By: Community Broadcasting Foundation Further Information: https://cbf.smartygrants.com.au/SRPR2_2425

This funding support is designed to encourage stations to carry specialist radio programming. It assists with the development, production and broadcast costs of specialist programming content to meet the needs of particular communities. Funding is available for Specialist Radio Programming as below:

    • *First Nations Australians programs, in accordance with the specific conditions outlined in section 3.
    • Radio reading (formerly RPH) programs to serve people with a print disability, in accordance with the specific conditions outlined in section 3.
    • *Ethnic programs to serve a defined local ethnic community, in accordance with the specific conditions outlined in section 3.

 

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Content - Round 2 - 2024/25 UpcomingGrant Opens: 1st of July 2024 - 9:00 am Closes: 20th of August 2024 - 2:00 pm Run By: Community Broadcasting Foundation Further Information: https://cbf.smartygrants.com.au/ContentR22425

Content grants increase and diversify the voices heard in Australian media by supporting the creation of compelling content.

The objectives of Content grants are to support community media organisations to:

  • Increase community participation and engagement in community media that is inclusive and accessible to all
  • Amplify and reflect the voices, cultures and languages of Australia's diverse communities 
  • Build audiences by supporting creativity, excellence and innovation in community media content production  
  • Expand partnerships to explore new forms of storytelling across topics and platforms 

You can apply for a Content grant if you are a current or prospective community broadcaster who is producing content for broadcast by a recognised community media organisation.

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Community War Memorials Fund - 2024-25 - Round 2 UpcomingGrant Opens: 11th of November 2024 Closes: 12th of February 2025 - 11:00 pm Value: Up to $15,000 Run By: NSW Department of Veterans Affairs Further Information: https://www.veterans.nsw.gov.au/heritage/community-war-memorials-fund/

The NSW Government established the Community War Memorials Fund to help conserve, repair and protect war memorials across NSW. Since the establishment of the program in 2008, grants have been provided for a wide range of projects including conservation assessments, honour roll repair, war memorial cleaning and conservation work, arborist advice for war memorial trees, security measures for memorials, repairs to war memorial halls and improvements to the accessibility of memorials.

Two application rounds are run each year. The rounds open on Anzac Day and Remembrance Day.

Last Updated: 6th of May 2024
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Pick Fresh Play Fresh Netball Grants - 2024 Grant Closes: 7th of July 2024 - 11:59 pm Value: Up to $20,000 Run By: Woolworths Further Information: https://pickfreshplayfresh.netball.com.au/grants-2024/

Woolworths Pick Fresh Play Fresh Grants support grassroots netball clubs and associations across Australia. Entries are open to any Australian netball club or association with a Woolworths NetSetGO Centre.

There are two types of Grants available.

  • People’s Choice – 1 x $20,000
  • Other Grants – 10 x $8,000

Every club that submits an application to the Woolworths Grants programme will automatically be entered into the draw for the People’s Choice. All clubs will be listed on the Woolworths Grants website and anyone can vote for the club they feel is most deserving of the funds.

Applicants will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Applicants have a tangible project, activity or equipment they have in mind to utilise the Pick Fresh Play Fresh grants money for
  • All projects for grant funding must tie into Pick Fresh (eating healthy food) or Play Fresh (being Active)
  • Applicants are an Australian Netball club or Association with a Woolworths NetSetGO Centre.
Last Updated: 30th of April 2024
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Australian Lending Right Schemes (ELR/PLR) Program Opened: 1st of April 2024 Closes: 31st of March 2025 - 11:45 pm Run By: Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts Further Information: https://www.arts.gov.au/funding-and-support/australian-lending-right-schemes-elrplr

Public Lending Right (PLR) and Educational Lending Right (ELR) are Australian Government programs that compensate Australian creators and publishers in recognition of income lost through free multiple use of their books in public and educational lending libraries. These programs support the enrichment of Australian culture by encouraging the growth and development of Australian writing.

A creator or a publisher must register and submit title claims within five years from the year of publication. Books are surveyed in a sample of either public lending libraries (PLR) or school, TAFE and university libraries (ELR).

Eligible creators are:

  • authors, editors, illustrators, translators and compilers
  • Australian citizens, wherever they reside, or non-citizens who normally reside in Australia (eligibility ceases if residency in Australia ceases)
  • those who receive on-going royalties from the sale of their book.

Eligible publishers are:

  • companies whose business consists wholly or substantially of the publication of books and who regularly publish in Australia—'regularly publish' is defined as at least once in the preceding three year period
  • non-profit organisations that publish to further their aims or objectives
  • self-publishing creators.
Last Updated: 30th of April 2024
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