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Regional Sport Facility Fund Grant Closes: 26th of February 2021 - 5:00 am Value: $100,000 to $1 Million Run By: NSW Government Office of Sport Further Information: https://www.sport.nsw.gov.au/clubs/grants/regional-sport-facility-fund

This fund will assist eligible organisations to develop quality core sport infrastructure that will meet the current and future needs of the community.

The Fund will support the development of well-designed and utilised new and improved sport infrastructure projects that can directly impact and support participation and performance opportunities in sports at all levels.

The Fund will focus on sporting facilities that deliver the best outcomes for the community. It will ensure that the best possible value for money is achieved.

The key objectives of the Fund are to:

  • increase the number and type of sporting facilities;
  • improve the standard of existing sporting facilities;
  • increase participation in sport.

A total pool of $25M has been allocated for this first round.

Last Updated: 21st of January 2021
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2021 NSW Women's Week Grants Grant Closes: 25th of January 2021 - 4:00 am Value: $3,000 to $5,000 Run By: Women NSW Further Information: https://www.women.nsw.gov.au/commissioning/nsw-womens-week-grants

The NSW Government is encouraging not-for-profit community organisations and local councils within NSW to apply for a grant to hold events and activities that celebrate women during NSW Women’s Week between 8-14 March 2021.

NSW Women’s Week provides local organisations with an opportunity to give back by delivering education, mentoring and participation activities that benefit local women and girls.

Events must promote at least one of the three priorities of the NSW Women’s Strategy 2018-2022, which include women’s economic opportunity and advancement, health and wellbeing, and participation and empowerment.

Grant funding can be used for the direct costs of the event/activity, including promotion, entertainment, catering, venue hire and transport for participants.

Last Updated: 21st of January 2021
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The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science - Science Prizes UpcomingAward Opens 2nd of February 2021 - 9:00 am Closes: 9th of March 2021 - 5:00 am Value: $50,000 to $250,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources Further Information: https://www.business.gov.au/Grants-and-Programs/Prime-Ministers-Prizes-for-Science

The Science Prizes recognise the achievements and success of Australian scientists and innovators to both Australia and internationally.

They welcome nominations of diverse candidates and those from a different range of backgrounds and geographical regions.

There are 5 Science Prizes for science and innovation:

  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Science ($250,000)
  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation ($250,000)
  • Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year ($50,000)
  • Frank Fenner Prize for Life Scientist of the Year ($50,000)
  • Prize for New Innovators ($50,000)

Each prize recipient receives a medallion, lapel pin, prize money as described above and an award certificate.

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science - Science Teaching Prize UpcomingAward Opens 2nd of February 2021 - 9:00 am Closes: 9th of March 2021 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $50,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources Further Information: https://www.business.gov.au/grants-and-programs/prime-ministers-prizes-for-science-science-teaching-prizes

The Science Teaching Prizes recognise Australian science educators for excellence in science teaching. They welcome nominations of diverse candidates and those from a range of backgrounds and geographical regions.

There are 2 science teaching prizes:

  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools ($50,000)
  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools ($50,000)

 

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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Active Kids Vouchers - 2021 Program Opened 1st of January 2021 Closes: 31st of December 2021 Value: Up to $100 Run By: NSW Government Office of Sport Further Information: https://www.sport.nsw.gov.au/sectordevelopment/activekids

Active Kids is a program to help NSW families meet the cost of getting their kids into sport and active fitness and recreation activities. The initiative aims to reduce barriers to participation and help change the physical activity behaviours of children and young people in NSW.

Every child (4.5 - 18 years’ old) enrolled in school from Kindergarten to Year 12 is eligible. This includes those who are home-schooled or enrolled in secondary school education at TAFE NSW.

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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Creative Kids Vouchers - 2021 Program Opened 1st of January 2021 Closes: 31st of December 2021 Value: Up to $100 Run By: Service NSW Further Information: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-creative-kids-voucher

The Creative Kids Rebate can be put towards the cost of registration, participation or tuition fees for creative and cultural activities such as music lessons, language classes, coding and digital, visual and performing arts.

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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Moree Community Enhancement Fund Grant Closes: 12th of March 2021 - 5:00 pm Value: $5,000 to $25,000 Run By: Moree Plains Shire Council Further Information: https://www.mpsc.nsw.gov.au/index.php/helping-you-access-information/donations-by-council

Thanks to an annual financial contribution from the Moree Solar Farm, Moree Plains Shire Council is able to, in accordance with a resolution of the Council, contribute money or otherwise grant financial assistance to groups or organisations.

Under the Community Enhancement Fund, the Council will consider eligible applications for financial assistance at its first meeting in the April to May financial quarter per calendar year. All applicants are required to complete and submit a Community Enhancement Fund Application Form to enable the application to be considered.

Applications in this round will be presented to the Council at its meeting on the 8th of April 2021..

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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MPSC Public Donations Fund Grant Closes: 12th of March 2021 - 5:00 am Value: Up to $3,000 Run By: Moree Plains Shire Council Further Information: https://www.mpsc.nsw.gov.au/index.php/helping-you-access-information/donations-by-council

Community, sporting and educational groups across the Moree Plains are invited to secure funding from the Public Donations fund to help sponsor their next event, purchase new equipment or otherwise fund the provision of services for activities within the Shire.

Council will consider eligible applications for financial assistance at its first meeting in each financial quarter except in the first quarter of each calendar year, when it may be considered at the first or second meeting of Council

This round covers the period from April to June 2021, and applications will be presented to the Council at its meeting on 28 January 2021.

Last Updated: 19th of January 2021
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New Air Combat Capability - Industry Support Program (NACC-ISP) Grant Closes: Ongoing until funding expended - Expected to close soon Value: Matched up to $1 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources Further Information: https://www.business.gov.au/Assistance/New-Air-Combat-Capability-Industry-Support-Program-NACC-ISP

Only $136,000 of funds remain to be dispersed as per their website in November 2020, therefore this program is expected to close soon.

Provides Australian businesses and research organisations with matched funding of up to $1 million for Projects to help them enter export markets, secure domestic contracts and upskill their staff so they can win work with the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program.

The Departments of Defence and Industry, Innovation and Science deliver and manage the New Air Combat Capability – Industry Support Program (NACC-ISP). It aims to help defence industry businesses to improve their:

  • capability
  • competitiveness and
  • capacity for innovation

with regard to the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) project.

NACC-ISP will assist businesses that want to:

  • enter export markets
  • secure domestic contracts and
  • up-skill staff.

The NACC-ISP offers Australian industry and research organisations three streams of assistance. Applicants must invest the same dollar value of the funding they are seeking.

Stream A: Grants of up to $1 million over a period of no more than 3 years (plus any approved extensions), for the development of new or improved JSF technology, product, process or service.

Stream B: Grants of up to $250,000 over a period of no more than 18 months (plus any approved extensions), for the development of new or improved JSF technology, product, process or service.

Stream C: Grants of up to $300,000 with no more than $100,000 per financial year, for a period of no more than 36 months for Australian universities, Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs), publicly funded research agencies (PFRAs) or a company controlled by one of the above.

Last Updated: 18th of January 2021
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Community Child Care Fund - Open Competitive Round Grant Closes: 22nd of February 2021 - 11:00 am Value: $2,000 to $200,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8989473e-10ca-47b3-a6ae-f384c7c3108b

The objective of the CCCF, which is part of the Child Care Safety Net, is to support child care services to address barriers to child care participation, particularly targeting disadvantaged and vulnerable families and communities.

The objective of this grant opportunity is to support the longer-term sustainability of eligible ECEC services operating in, or servicing, disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, particularly those in regional, rural and remote areas.

This grant opportunity will provide funding under three categories, called program ‘elements’. Each element intends to fund a specific type of activity. The elements are (in order of grant funding priority):

  • Sustainability Support ($2,000 to $200,000) - helping eligible child care services operating in areas of limited supply improve the viability and sustainability of their service.
  • Community Support ($5,000 to $100,000) - helping eligible child care services to work with other organisations and families to identify and address community level barriers to child care participation. The engagement must ultimately result in increased child care participation.
  • Capital Support ($50,000 to $150,000) - helping eligible child care services by contributing towards the cost of modifying, renovating, extending or building child care facilities (‘capital works’). These capital works must result in more child care places in areas where there is unmet demand.

You may apply for one or more element per service, however only one application per element per service is allowed. There is a separate application form for each element.

To be eligible for this grant opportunity, at the date of application lodgement,you must be:

  • a CCS approved operator of an approved ECEC service

AND

  • located in, or servicing families from a CCCF priority area OR
  • servicing regional, remote or very remote areas OR
  • providing specialised child care services to a vulnerable or disadvantaged sector of its community OR
  • the operator of the service previously funded under the CCCF Round 1 or 2 Open Competitive processes(to which the application relates)
Last Updated: 18th of January 2021
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Boosting Australia's Diesel Storage Program Grant Closes: 22nd of February 2021 - 5:00 am Value: $6 Million to $33.3 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=2005ccaf-6dae-4072-bf94-de390248fada

The Boosting Australia’s Diesel Storage Program will provide up to $200 million over three years from 2021-22 to 2023-24. The program is part of the Australian Government’s ten-year comprehensive fuel security package to increase Australia’s resilience to fuel supply disruptions, which aims to secure local industry capability while keeping fuel prices low for consumers. The objectives of the program are to:

  • provide matched funding to industry to construct new diesel storage that will result in an estimated 780ML of additional diesel storage being kept onshore. This quantity is estimated to be required for industry to meet the proposed minimum stockholding obligation by 2024.  
  • support job creation in local industries.

The intended outcomes of the program are to:

  • support Australia’s fuel security through the creation of additional domestic storage capacity to hold diesel stocks whilst retaining sovereign refining capacity
  • contribute to the Australian Government’s JobMaker Plan and COVID-19 economic recovery agenda.
Last Updated: 18th of January 2021
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Driver Reviver Site Upgrade Program Grant Closes: 25th of February 2021 - 11:30 pm Value: $10,000 to $150,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=d996ede8-8a2d-4377-8e0f-cc9c921fba51

Driver Reviver sites provide drivers and their passengers with a place where they can stop safely, particularly on long trips and during peak holiday periods.

The purpose of the Driver Reviver Site Upgrades – Round Two grant opportunity is to provide funding for site upgrades to all Driver Reviver locations and the establishment of new sites within the Driver Reviver network. The key outcome is improved awareness and usage of Driver Reviver sites for drivers.

This round will provide grants to site owners for signage and amenities, basic infrastructure upgrades to existing sites, establishment of new sites and potential rebuilds of sites that have been affected by bushfires.

Last Updated: 18th of January 2021
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Australasian Reporting Awards Award 2020 Awards Close: 31st of January 2021 for reports for the Financial Year ending 31 December 2020 Run By: The Australasian Reporting Awards Further Information: http://www.arawards.com.au/

Provides all organisations that produce an annual report an opportunity to benchmark their annual reports against the ARA criteria which are based on world best practice.

Last Updated: 13th of January 2021
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Community Broadcasting Foundation - Content Grants Grant Closes: 2nd of March 2021 - 2:00 pm Value: Unspecified Run By: Community Broadcasting Foundation Further Information: https://cbf.org.au/grants/grants-available/content/

Content grants support the development, production and distribution of content via Australian community media.

This year they are particularly looking to:

  • increase community participation and diversity in community broadcasting and/or
  • support creativity and excellence in content production.

Content grants are distributed twice per year, with the greater portion allocated in Round 1.

Content grants include funds specifically dedicated to Specialist Radio Programming. This portion of our content grants funding is available to support ongoing ethnic, Indigenous and RPH programs.

Last Updated: 13th of January 2021
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Specialist Radio Programming Grants Grant Closes: 2nd of March 2021 - 2:00 pm Value: Unspecified Run By: Community Broadcasting Foundation Further Information: https://cbf.org.au/grants/grants-available/content/specialist-radio/

Stations producing content that meets the needs of particular communities may be eligible for dedicated Specialist Radio Programming Content grants. This funding is intended to encourage stations to incorporate:

  • RPH programs to serve people with a print disability
  • Ethnic programs to serve a defined local ethnic community
  • Indigenous programs.

These grants are distributed twice per year, with the greater portion allocated in Round 1.

Last Updated: 13th of January 2021
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