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Cancer Patient Care Program Grant Opened: 2nd of April 2024 Closes: 1st of August 2025 - 2:00 pm Value: $400,000 to $1 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=389ff82d-bebd-435b-9098-e101ce0fa0d8

This grant opportunity seeks to ensure that all Australian’s living with cancer have access to high-quality and culturally safe support throughout their cancer experience. Acknowledging the existing national cancer screening programs and funding provided for more commonly diagnosed cancers, this grant opportunity will prioritise activities that focus on increasing equity across tumour types and/or priority populations. 

The Cancer Patient Support Program (the Program) will support, one-off, time-limited activities that provide national leadership on emerging priorities across the cancer control continuum. 

Assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into three Submission Periods during the life of this Program. Each Submission Period will include assessment of applications that have been submitted to the grant opportunity over the preceding Submission Period. 

  • Submission Period 1 will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity between the opening date and 2:00pm AEST on 14 May 2024.
  • Submission Period 2 will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity between 2:01pm AEST on 14 May 2024 and 2:00pm AEST on 18 September 2024.
  • Submission Period 3 will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity between 2:01pm AEST on 18 September 2024 and 2:00pm AEST on 1 August 2025. 

To be eligible you must be one of the following:

  • Indigenous Corporation (registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006)
  • a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation
  • Cancer advocacy groups
  • Community Organisations
  • Company
  • Cooperative
  • Incorporated Association
  • Statutory Entity, or
  • Partnership.

To be eligible, your grant activity must be for a project that will provide improved outcomes for Australian’s living with cancer. Your activity should:

  • provide access to high-quality and culturally safe resources and/or care throughout the cancer experience, where applicable;
  • be supported by evidence to align with a priority population group and/or increasing equity across tumour types;
  • align with the strategic objectives as identified in the Australia Cancer Plan and/or the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cancer Plan; and
  • demonstrate national applicability.
Last Updated: 3rd of April 2024
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Play Our Way Program Grant Opened: 18th of March 2024 Closes: 29th of April 2024 - 2:00 pm Value: $50,000 to $1.5 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=efb2bc27-8eed-4e08-8d9e-704132e143ad

The Play Our Way Program Grant Opportunity is an open competitive opportunity that will provide funding of up to $200 million (inclusive of government administration costs) over three years from 2024-25. 

This Grant Opportunity aims to address the barriers women and girls face when participating in sport and physical activity by delivering quality facilities and sport participation experiences where the need is greatest, and in a manner that is safe, equitable, accessible, inclusive, sustainable and enduring. 

This Grant Opportunity will fund projects across two Streams: 

Stream 1: Facilities 

Applicants will be able to apply for a minimum of $50,000 up to a maximum of $1,500,000 for projects that support new and upgraded facilities, playing areas and spaces for sport and physical activity specifically for women and girls.

For Facility projects in small rural towns, remote communities or very remote communities as defined by the Modified Monash Model (MMM 5-78), the maximum will be $2,000,000 to reflect increased costs in rural and remote areas. Projects may be assessed and offered a lower amount than applied for.

Stream 2: Participation and equipment 

Applicants will be able to apply for a minimum of $50,000 up to a maximum of $1,000,000 for projects that support modifying and/or developing sustainable and enduring programs to promote women and girls’ participation in sport and physical activity, and/or new or upgraded equipment, specifically for women and girls. Projects may be assessed and offered a lower amount than applied for.

Last Updated: 19th of March 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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