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Mable Community Grants Grant Closes: 31st of January 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: $2,000 to $20,000 Run By: Mable Further Information: https://mable.com.au/communitygrants/

Established in 2019, the Mable Community Grants (MCG) are a philanthropic initiative to fund people and projects that promote inclusion for people with disability and older Australians in the arts, sports and recreation and business and technology.

Mable are dedicated to breaking down the barriers for older Australians and people with disability to social and workforce participation. We advocate for a society that sees people of all ages, demographics, and abilities have the opportunity to live a life of their choosing and discover meaning, purpose and belonging.

Through our Mable Community Grants, they reward like-minded changemakers who are having a positive impact on their community.

Examples of Eligible Grant Requests

  • Research and testing of new technology are designed to make it easier for our ageing population to live independently at home for longer.
  • Using monies towards production costs for a film written, directed or starring people with a disability or older people or with a subject matter supporting inclusion and independence that is to be submitted to an international film festival.
  • Purchasing equipment or travel expenses for an individual or sporting team travelling to a domestic or international tournament.
  • Funding of a new business venture or research projects that promote inclusion
Last Updated: 9th of November 2022
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ARTC Sponsorships and Donations - 2023 Grant Current Round Opened: 1st of November 2022 Current Round Closes: 31st of January 2023 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

There will be four rounds in 2023:

  • 1 February to 30 April
  • 1 May to 31 July
  • 1 August to 31 October
  • 1 November to 31 January 2023

 

Last Updated: 9th of November 2022
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Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant – Round 4 Grant Closes: 31st of January 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $100,000 Run By: Wine Australia Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=bac03340-6f26-4bcf-bf9c-17d382ac0ae3

The Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant program (the program) supports producers who add value by encouraging visitors to wine regions. Wine and cider producers will be able to access an annual grant reflective of their eligible physical cellar door sales.

Wine or cider producers who have met the eligibility criteria will be able to access an annual grant for their eligible rebatable domestic cellar door sales. Total funding under the grant program will be capped at $10 million each financial year.

To be eligible for the Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant applicants must:
a. be a wine or cider producer
b. be a legal entity registered for GST and with an active ABN
c. have made at least $1,207,000 (GST exclusive) in sales of rebatable wine in the relevant financial year
d. accrue rebatable domestic cellar door sales in excess of any such sales used to meet the $1,207,000 (GST exclusive) threshold in the relevant financial year
e. have paid the WET on all eligible sales used as part of the application
f. have owned or leased a physical cellar door in Australia in the relevant financial year, and/or their related entity/ies have owned or leased a physical cellar door in Australia in the relevant financial year.
g. have a liquor licence valid in the relevant financial year.

Last Updated: 5th of December 2022
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Maintaining Our Supply of Diesel Exhaust Fluid Program Grant Closes: 31st of January 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $16.5 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=e062c341-9061-4f96-ae7f-58863b5091f3

Modern diesel engine technology will not operate without Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). It is used to control nitrogen oxide pollutants which are harmful to human health and the environment. DEF is manufactured by blending Technical Grade Urea (TGU) with de-ionised water.

Australia is reliant on imports of TGU from the global market for the domestic production of DEF. In late 2021 and early 2022, global supply pressures highlighted limited flexibility in the TGU market in Australia. This had the potential to cause harmful economic impacts through disruption of Australia’s diesel dependent transport and logistics system – in particular heavy trucking and other modern diesel engines that require DEF to operate.

The competitive grants program is one of three measures the government is implementing to enhance the resilience of the DEF market. The other two measures include:

  • a government controlled strategic stockpile of 7500 tonnes of TGU providing an additional five weeks of supply beyond industry stock levels in case of a supply shortage
  • a system for collection and publication of data provided by industry to improve market transparency.

The objectives of the competitive grants program are:

  • to support sovereign capability in manufacturing to produce TGU for the domestic DEF market in the period 2023 to mid-2026  
  • produce TGU that is compliant with the ISO 22241 specification for the production of DEF, or as certified by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) for use as a DEF.

The grant amount will be up to 50 per cent of eligible project expenditure (grant percentage).

There is no minimum or maximum grant amount, but grants cannot exceed $16.15 million of available funds.

Last Updated: 12th of December 2022
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The Harcourts Foundation Grant Current Round Closes: 3rd of February 2023 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: 9th of November 2022
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Sisters of Charity Foundation Community Grants Program Grant Runs: Twice a year Next Round Opened: 1st of December 2022 Next Round Closes: 5th of February 2023 Value: Up to $15,000 Run By: Sisters of Charity Foundation Further Information: https://sistersofcharityfoundation.com.au/applying-for-grants/

The Sisters of Charity Foundation provides charity grants of up to $10,000 to organisations that use clever ways to fight poverty, loneliness, suffering and oppression, but struggle to find funding.

The Sisters of Charity Foundation favours programs that:

  • restore hope and build dignity
  • fall between the cracks of other funding sources
  • are not associated with well established organisations with significant reserves and or are not capable of raising their own funds
  • are not eligible for funding from government or other sources.

 

Last Updated: 29th of August 2022
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Arts and Cultural Funding Program - Creative Koori Projects 2022-23 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 5th of December 2022 Closes: 6th of February 2023 Value: Up to $60,000 Run By: Create NSW Further Information: https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/arts-and-cultural-funding-program/creative-koori-project-funding/

Creative Koori Projects funding is open to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups, and organisations.

It aims to support a strong, resilient, and creative Aboriginal arts and cultural sector for NSW. This will be done by embracing the principles of Aboriginal self-determination and putting Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, organisations, and communities at the centre of funded activity.

Funding may be requested for a range of arts and cultural activities including (but not limited to):

  •     creative development
  •     public presentation
  •     commissioning professional artists
  •     community collaborations/partnerships
  •     research and/or development
  •     audience engagement

This funding is only available to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups and organisations.

Last Updated: 9th of November 2022
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Arts and Cultural Funding Program - Individual Project Funding - 2022-23 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 6th of December 2022 Closes: 6th of February 2023 Value: Up to $60,000 Run By: Create NSW Further Information: https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/arts-and-cultural-funding-program/individual-funding/

Project funding supports innovation, vibrancy and creativity within the NSW arts and cultural sector.

It aims to deliver a dynamic and diverse range of arts and cultural experiences to communities across NSW, contribute to the development of a vibrant and accessible arts and cultural sector, and support the employment and development of professional NSW-based artists and arts/cultural workers.

Funding is available for a wide range of arts and cultural activity, including:

  • the creative development and/or public presentation of work(s), for example, literary works, music, dance or theatre pieces
  • commissioning professional artists – for example, a writer, composer, choreographer or visual artist – to develop a work for an event
  • partnerships (including those with the non-arts sector) to develop arts and culture in a specific region, Priority Area or artform/discipline
  • community collaborations involving professional artists, to develop skills, public performances, exhibitions or participatory events
  • research and/or development of creative/cultural projects that develop new skills and/or engage with new ways of working including new approaches to museum practice, including curated shows and engagement strategies
  • arts and cultural activities aimed at engaging young people, particularly students attending geographically and/or socio-economically disadvantaged schools
  • extending an artist’s practice, audiences or markets, including skills exchanges for workers developing and deepening audience engagement with arts and culture.

Funding is not available under this program for filmmaking and screen production, mainstream animation and film festivals.

Last Updated: 9th of November 2022
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Arts and Cultural Funding Program - Organisation Funding - Annual Program Funding 2022-23 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 5th of December 2022 Closes: 6th of February 2023 Value: Up to $200,000 Run By: Create NSW Further Information: https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/arts-and-cultural-funding-program/organisation-funding/

Annual Organisation funding is provided on an annual basis to support arts and cultural organisations (including Local Government Authorities and service organisations) to deliver multiple arts and cultural activities.

It aims to:

  • increase access by and engagement of diverse audiences and artists
  • improve the quality and excellence of arts and culture in NSW
  • ensure the best practice and sustainability of arts and cultural organisations.
Last Updated: 29th of August 2022
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Arts and Cultural Funding Program - Organisation Funding - Project Funding 2022-23 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 5th of December 2022 Closes: 6th of February 2023 Value: Up to $60,000 Run By: Create NSW Further Information: https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/arts-and-cultural-funding-program/organisation-funding/

Project funding supports innovation, vibrancy and creativity within the NSW arts and cultural sector.

It aims to:

  • deliver a dynamic and diverse range of arts and cultural experiences to communities across NSW
  • contribute to the development of a vibrant and accessible arts and cultural sector
  • support the employment and development of professional NSW-based artists and arts and cultural workers
Last Updated: 29th of August 2022
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Indigenous Boarding Providers – Expansion Grant Closes: 6th of February 2023 Value: Based on the number of students Run By: National Indigenous Australians Agency Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=16865c32-d3eb-49fc-9339-31ebbcb6a9b5

Grants will be provided to boarding schools and stand-alone boarding providers (including hostels and other independent providers) with a high proportion of First Nations secondary students from remote and very remote Australia. A ‘high proportion’ is considered to be 40% to 100% First Nations boarding students from remote and very remote Australia, as a proportion of total boarding students. However, lower proportions may be considered, depending on demand for the grants.

This grant opportunity is open to both boarding providers who previously received an Indigenous Boarding Providers grant in 2022 and other eligible boarding providers with a high proportion of First Nations boarding students from remote and very remote areas.

There are no minimum or maximum grant amounts for individual grants as amounts will be based on estimated student numbers and need. However, the total of all grants cannot exceed the amount of available funds. The amount of funding per provider will be determined based on assessment of the applications against the criteria in Section 6 of the guidelines, the number of students being supported and the demand for the grant. The Agency will also consider value with relevant money and availability of funds to meet priorities in offering a grant amount.

As a guide, up to around $7,500 per student ($17.25 million by 2,300 students) will be available through this grant opportunity. However, this is subject to demand for the grants.

Last Updated: 9th of January 2023
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Supporting people with cancer Grant initiative - Round 14 Grant Closes: 7th of February 2023 - 2:00 pm Value: Up to $120,000 Run By: Cancer Australia Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=b7a5021e-8946-4b08-ba0b-f7088b6e82cc

Increasingly, people affected by cancer and the broader community are seeking to be active participants in decision making about their health. The community requires access to appropriate support and evidence-based information that inform decision making about cancer risks, prevention and screening, as well as active involvement of people affected by cancer in decisions about all aspects of their care. The Grant process allows for community organisations and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to collaborate with other partners and local communities to reduce the impact of cancer and better support people affected by cancer.

Last Updated: 31st of October 2022
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Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program - 2022-23 Grant Current Round Closes: 7th of February 2023 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Department of Vetrans Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=4af8948b-377f-43ee-a48c-aecccd6cb520

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

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. However, given the conclusion of the Anzac Centenary Period, projects and activities that commemorate later wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations are now encouraged.

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

There are two categories of grants available under this program:

Community grants (up to $10,000)
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.

Major grants ($10,001 to $150,000)
These projects may include the construction of new war or peace memorials, where none currently exist, as well as additions to existing memorials.

Assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into 3 batches based on applications received by 9pm on the following dates:

  • 9 June 2022
  • 11 October 2022
  • 7 February 2023
Last Updated: 16th of October 2022
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Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science - Science Teaching Prizes - 2023 Grant Closes: 9th of February 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $50,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science and Resources Further Information: https://business.gov.au/grants-and-programs/prime-ministers-prizes-for-science-science-teaching-prizes

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are Australia’s most prestigious and highly regarded awards for outstanding achievements in:

  • scientific research
  • research-based innovation
  • excellence in science teaching

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: 28th of November 2022
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Prime Minister's Prizes for Science - Science Prizes - 2023 Grant Closes: 9th of February 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: $50,000 to $250,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Industry, Science and Resources Further Information: https://business.gov.au/grants-and-programs/prime-ministers-prizes-for-science

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are Australia’s most prestigious and highly regarded awards for outstanding achievements in:

  • scientific research
  • research-based innovation
  • excellence in science teaching

The Science Prizes recognise the achievements and success of Australian scientists and innovators, and benefits to both Australia and the rest of the world.

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: 28th of November 2022
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