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NSW Performing Arts Relaunch Package Grant Closes: 14th of February 2022 - 5:00 pm Value: Based on value of tickets Run By: NSW Government Further Information: https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/nsw-performing-arts-relaunch-package/

The aim of this package is to relaunch the performing arts sector in line with the NSW Government roadmap to recovery. This package is an extension of the original Performing Arts COVID Support Package that was designed to support the sector while in lockdown.

This new package is designed to assist the sector to relaunch by providing certainty and confidence as audiences return to theatres and other performance venues. Funding will cover eligible performances from 19th September 2021 to 14th February 2022

Last Updated: 16th of January 2022
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Local Sporting Champions Grant Closes: 31st of March 2022 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: 7th of January 2022
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Before and After School Care Fund - Viability Grants Grant Closes: 28th of February 2022 Value: Up to $30,000 Run By: NSW Government Department of Education Further Information: https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/going-to-a-public-school/primary-schools/before-and-after-school-care/grants

Before and After School Care services play an essential role in the livelihood and wellbeing of NSW families. Grants have been designed to ensure providers are well supported in delivering affordable, flexible and quality care, to address demand and provide access to before and after school care for every NSW primary school child who needs it.

The Viability Grant offers short-term financial relief to existing services that are experiencing financial stress and have a demonstrable risk of closing in the short-term.

Last Updated: 7th of January 2022
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Young Achiever Awards Award Closes: 2nd of February 2022 (extended) Run By: Awards Australia Further Information: https://awardsaustralia.com/youngachieverawards/

The Young Achiever Awards acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people throughout Australia up to and including 29 years of age.

These awards recognise excellence in seven categories:

  • Leadership Award
  • Aboriginal Education Award
  • Community Service Award
  • Indigenous Achievement Award
  • Small Business Achiever Award
  • Creative Design Award
  • Online Achievement Award

3 finalists are selected for each category to attend the gala presentation dinner in May. The winner for each category receives a trophy and $2,000 in prizes.

Last Updated: 7th of January 2022
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Rural Landholders Grant - NSW Storms & Floods - February & March 2021 Grant Closes: 28th of January 2022 Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/disaster-assistance/rural-landholders-grant

The Rural Landholder’s Grant seeks to alleviate the personal and financial distress and assist in the recovery of rural landholders who have suffered direct damage to their assets as a result of the storms and floods that occurred from 10 March 2021 onwards (AGRN 960).

This Grant is designed to assist rural landholders who have been affected by the storms and floods and are ineligible for declared natural disaster assistance because they do not meet the 50% of income from primary production requirement.

Grants are provided to help pay for the costs of clean up, reinstatement activities and emergency measures associated with the immediate recovery of primary production enterprises. Eligible claims may include:

  • Hiring or leasing equipment or materials to clean premises, property or equipment.
  • Removing and disposing of debris, damaged goods and materials including injured or dead livestock.
  • Repairing or replacing fencing and/or other essential property infrastructure.
  • Purchasing and transporting fodder or feed for livestock.
  • Replacing livestock.
  • Replacing lost or damaged plants, salvaging crops, repairing or restoring fields.
  • Repairing, reconditioning or replacing essential plant or equipment.
  • Maintaining the health of livestock.
  • Paying additional wages to an employee to assist with clean-up work (above and beyond normal wage expenditure, i.e. day-to-day staffing).
  • Repairing buildings (except dwellings, unless they are used for staff accommodation).
  • Other claims consistent with these guidelines and agreed by the Rural Assistance Authority (RAA).

All LGAs in the Northern Inland are listed as defined disaster areas for the storms and floods from the 10th of March 2021 for this grant.

Last Updated: 3rd of January 2022
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Special Disaster Grants – NSW Severe Weather & Flooding November 2021 Grant Closes: 16th of June 2022 Value: Up to $50,000 Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/disaster-assistance/sdg-november-2021

The program provides a grant to primary producers to help pay for the costs of clean-up and reinstatement of primary
production enterprises that have suffered direct damage as a result of the eligible disaster.

The grant can be used to:

  • help pay for the costs of clean up, reinstatement activities and emergency measures associated with the immediate recovery of your primary production enterprise.
  • Hire or lease equipment or materials to clean premises, property or equipment.
  • Remove and dispose of debris, damaged goods or materials including injured or dead livestock.
  • Repair or replace fencing and/or other essential property infrastructure.
  • Purchase and transport fodder or feed for livestock.
  • Replace livestock.
  • Replace lost or damaged plants, salvage crops, repair or restore fields.
  • Repair, recondition or replace essential plant or equipment.
  • Maintain the health of livestock
  • Pay additional wages to an employee to assist with clean-up work (above and beyond normal wage expenditure, ie. day-to-day staffing)
  • Repair buildings (except dwellings, unless they are used for staff accommodation).

Funds of up to $50,000 per affected property are available. This includes $10,000 that can be provided up-front once
you’re approved. If claiming for an amount above $10,000, you will need to prove the expenditure of this amount with
valid tax invoices. Then, any payment above the original $10,000 up to an additional $40,000 will be reimbursed upon
supply of valid tax invoices for eligible expenses.

The following Local Government Areas in the Northern Inland are eligible:

  • Glen Innes Severn
  • Gunnedah
  • Gwydir
  • Inverell
  • Liverpool Plains
  • Moree Plains
  • Narrabri
  • Narromine
  • Tamworth
  • Tenterfield

 

Last Updated: 3rd of January 2022
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Supply Chain Support Grant - Storms & Floods Feb-Mar 21 - Agriculture Grant Closes: 3rd of March 2022 - 2:00 pm Value: Up to $100,000 based on industry Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/disaster-assistance/supply-chain-support-grants

To provide funding to help primary producers impacted by storms and floods in February and March 2021 to rebuild and recover in the medium to longer-term with the aim of supporting job security, future resilience and enabling future production.

Eligible agriculture industries and maximum grant amounts are:
Dairy - $100,000
Extensive Livestock - $75,000
Broadacre Cropping - $50,000

The grant can be used for:

  • replacing or repairing damaged, non-insured infrastructure including internal fencing internal access paths/tracks.
  • 4.2 replacing physical assets to return infrastructure to its previous standard, or to a standard that does not
  • jeopardise future resilience.
  • 4.3 clearing storm and flood damage including but not limited to removal of silt, gravel, damaged goods and other
  • debris.
  • 4.4 hiring or leasing equipment or materials including machinery fuel to rectify damage to property, infrastructure,
  • equipment or inventory.
  • 4.5 undertaking remedial earthworks and erosion management works due to storm and flood erosion.
  • 4.6 replacing livestock lost as a result of the storm and flood events.
  • 4.7 replacing plant stock for crop rebuilding and standard replanting activity costs (no more than one replanting
  • cycle).
  • 4.8 veterinary or pest management supplies/service for:
  • 4.9
  • a) flood-affected herds to maintain the health of livestock,
  • b) flood affected pasture fields to maintain the health of plant stock and crops.
  • accessing technical, environmental and business advice.

A 50:50 co-contribution is required for all applications. Applicants must demonstrate their contribution (financial, in-kind, or otherwise) towards the proposed recovery actions. Works undertaken and costs already incurred by businesses for their recovery and re-establishment (and not already claimed or paid under another State or Australian government program or insurance prior to receiving SCSG funding) may be applied retrospectively as eligible co-contribution only.

All 12 Local Government Areas in the Northern Inland are Eligible.

Last Updated: 3rd of January 2022
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Supply Chain Support Grant - Storms & Floods Feb & March 2021 - Horticulture Grant Closes: 3rd of March 2022 - 2:00 pm Value: Up to $75,000 Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/disaster-assistance/supply-chain-support-grants

To provide funding to help primary producers impacted by storms and floods in February and March 2021 to rebuild and recover in the medium to longer-term with the aim of supporting job security, future resilience and enabling future production.

Eligible horticulture industries and maximum grant amounts are:

  • Turf  - $75,000
  • Berries - $30,000
  • Cut Flowers - $30,000
  • Plant Nurseries - $30,000
  • Vegetables - $30,000

The grant can be used to:

  • replacing or repairing damaged, non-insured or under-insured infrastructure including irrigation systems, pumps, poles, trellises, netting, greenhouses, internal fencing and internal access paths/tracks.
  • replacing physical assets to return infrastructure to its previous standard, or to a standard that does not jeopardise future resilience.
  • clearing storm and flood damaged including but not limited to removal of silt, gravel, damaged goods and other debris.
  • hiring or leasing equipment or materials, including machinery fuel, to rectify damage to property, infrastructure, equipment or inventory.
  • undertaking remedial earthworks and erosion management works due to storm and flood erosion.
  • replacing plant stock for crop rebuilding and standard replanting activity costs (no more than one replanting cycle).
  • pest management supplies/service for flood affected pasture fields to maintain the health of plant stock and crops.
  • accessing technical, environmental and business advice.

A 50:50 co-contribution is required for all applications. Applicants must demonstrate their contribution (financial, in-kind, or otherwise) towards the proposed recovery actions. Works undertaken and costs already incurred by businesses for their recovery and re-establishment (and not already claimed or paid under another State or Australian government program or insurance prior to receiving SCSG funding) may be applied retrospectively as eligible co-contribution only.

All 12 Local Government Areas in the Northern Inland are Eligible.

Last Updated: 3rd of January 2022
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Strengthening Rural Communities - Small & Vital Grant Current Round Closes: 22nd of February 2022 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: 2nd of January 2022
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ARTC Sponsorships and donations Grant Current Round Closes: 31st of January 2022 Value: $1,000 to $4,000 Run By: Australian Rail Track Corporation Further Information: https://inlandrail.artc.com.au/opportunities/sponsorships-and-donations/

This program provides funding to the communities that are home to Inland Rail to support short-term or one-off initiatives such as:

  • sponsoring local festivals and celebrations
  • upgrading sporting facilities
  • purchasing new laptops for students
  • supporting health and wellbeing groups
  • mentoring programs
  • hosting guest speakers
Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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NSW Mouse Control Program – Zinc Phosphide Rebate for Primary Producers Grant Closes: 31st of January 2022 Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Rural Assistance Authority Further Information: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/grants/mouse-znp-rebate

The NSW Government's Mouse Control Program – Zinc Phosphide Rebate program is available to eligible primary producers experiencing financial hardship as a result of the 2021 mouse plague, to help with the cost of purchasing the critical mouse control chemical zinc phosphide. The rebate is 50 per cent up to a maximum claim of $10,000 per farm enterprise.

Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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Veteran and Community Grants Grant Closes: 20th of January 2022 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Vetrans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=ab012244-0c37-4d16-8660-49fe92269c66

This funding program aims to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the Australian veteran community by providing funding for projects that sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.
The intended outcomes of the program are to deliver projects that:

  • are sustainable and have an ongoing benefit for members of the Australian veteran community
  • increase opportunities for members of the Australian veteran community to engage in social and community activities and/or improve health behaviours and support healthy places.

Under this grant opportunity, practical projects and activities that support safe, accessible environments for veterans and their families to enable social connection and positive engagement to improve wellbeing are encouraged. This includes small-scale non-capital infrastructure projects.

Applications will be considered under 2 grant categories:

  • Small grants (up to $50,000) - Practical projects and activities that support safe, accessible environments for veterans and their families to enable social connection and positive engagement to improve wellbeing are encouraged.
  • Large grants ($50,001 to $150,000)- Projects that deliver wellbeing support services and activities of broad-scale benefit to the veteran community.

To be eligible, applicants must be an ex-service organisation, or non-ex-service organisation working in partnership with an ex-service organisation.

Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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Supporting Younger Veterans - 2022 Grant Closes: 20th of January 2022 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Vetrans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=856edda3-fc03-4923-823c-dc5a0d45f863

These grants are for practical projects and activities that support the needs of younger veterans (military service post–1999) and their families as they leave the Australian Defence Force and integrate back into civilian life.

The objectives of the program are to:

  • deliver services to the younger veterans’ community that build community capacity for the future and complement services already provided by the Commonwealth
  • expand on existing or well established services offered to the younger veterans’ community to new regions within Australia or in development of new services that will be offered in more than one location
  • raise awareness of the important issues faced by the younger veterans’ community.

For the purposes of the SYV Grants Program, the ‘younger veterans’ community’ is defined as Australian veterans with post–1999 military service, and their families.

Applications will be considered in two categories:

  • Small grants (up to $50,000) for local, community-based small-scale projects and activities.  
  • Large grants ($50,001 to $150,000) for projects that deliver wellbeing support services and activities of broad scale benefit to the younger veteran community.

The vast majority of grants offered under this grant opportunity will be for small grants.

To be eligible, applicants must be an ex-service organisation, or non-ex-service organisation working in partnership with an ex-service organisation.

Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program Planning and Prioritisation Grant Closes: 16th of February 2022 - 5:00 pm Value: Unspecified Run By: Australian Government Department of Health Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=5bd17611-ed5a-4eaf-a1cf-9f020df652dd

This program provides funding for organisations to provide information to inform distribution targets set in grant agreements with the RACGP and ACCRM for delivery of the AGPT Program. The analysis produced through this activity will be a key input to AGPT Program training placement decisions that balance current and future community need, current and future training capacity, and registrar preferences.

The AGPT Program is a postgraduate vocational training program for medical practitioners wishing to pursue a career in general practice and/or rural and remote medicine in Australia. The AGPT Program is a three to four-year training program that offers 1,500 training places each year. Selection into the AGPT Program is a competitive merit-based process.

The objectives of the grant opportunity are for grant recipients to work within specified Primary Health Network (PHN) boundaries to:

  • Deliver robust, independent, evidence-based recommendations to the Department on AGPT training placement priorities at the GP catchment level, to meet the community’s current and future GP workforce needs.
  • For each PHN region, document the analysis underlying recommendations: current and future community health needs, current training capacity, requirements to develop future training capacity, and pathways for registrars to complete all training within the region.
  • Foster collaboration with relevant stakeholders in the PHN region to integrate their data, insights and expertise into the formulation of advice
Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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Business Improvement Fund for Residential Aged Care Providers – Round 2 Grant Closes: 30th of March 2022 - 2:00 pm Value: Up to $22 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Health Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=d47f09d5-8f3e-4800-812b-eede293e7ec5

The Program will primarily support regional, rural and remote approved aged care providers to improve their financial viability. It is designed to assist providers to improve their governance and operational efficiency to ensure service continuity of care and longer-term financial viability through undertaking business improvement activities.

This grant is primarily aimed to support small to medium sized residential aged care providers with (i.e. 7 or less facilities) that are facing financial pressures which may impact on their ability to offer care to residents in regional,
rural and remote locations. Other providers may be considered for funding, for instance where they: operate a facility
in a thin market or provide facilities to under-serviced, specialised or complex-needs cohorts (even in a metropolitan setting).

Last Updated: 2nd of January 2022
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