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The Mazda Foundation Grant Current Round Closes: 31st of March 2022 Value: Undisclosed Run By: Mazda Foundation Further Information: http://mazdafoundation.org.au/obtaining-funding/

The foundation provides funding for two priority areas:

1. Children with physical &/or mental disabilities
Projects by community based organisations to support children with physical and/or mental disabilities or their carers, particularly projects seeking to address social isolation experienced by such children and their carers (Not including research projects).

2. Elderly people suffering mental disabilities

Projects by community based organisations to support elderly people suffering from mental disabilities (including dementia) or their carers, particularly projects seeking to address social isolation experienced by such elderly persons and their carers (Not including research projects).

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Retaining Domestic Airline Capability Program Grant Closes: 31st of December 2021 - 6:00 pm Value: Up to $750 per week per eligible employee Run By: Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=4fd51e2e-ef31-458e-a8e7-714ab4d70618

Provides time limited, targeted and proportionate payments to assist domestic airlines ensure they have the capability to quickly ramp up as aviation activity increases when domestic travel and border restrictions ease, which will, in turn, help drive broader economic recovery.

Domestic Regular Public Transport (RPT) airlines operating interstate services suffering reductions following a hot spot declaration, will be provided support to be able to stand up and stand down staff as network activity and demand changes, as well as ensuring that necessary aircraft maintenance and associated activities can occur.

To be eligible, airlines will need to provide interstate RPT services and be able to demonstrate a 30 per cent reduction in their network following the declaration by the Commonwealth CMO of a hot spot. 

Airlines can use the funds for eligible costs, based on their operational needs. Eligible costs include replaced wages, aircraft storage costs and other plant and machinery maintenance, and training, licencing and accreditation costs necessary to maintain key staff and equipment in a flight ready state.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Program Grant Closes: Ongoing Value: Up to $4,500 Run By: Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=dbfff0da-d2ec-4de1-abcc-3836e4afdb5b

This program aims to encourage training and continued development of a highly skilled Australian workforce by connecting industries and occupations traditionally associated with the apprenticeships system. The Program also targets a broad range of traineeships and apprenticeships in new and emerging industries, particularly where future skills shortages are projected.

The Program includes a range of employer incentives and personal benefit payments to Australian Apprentices. It also links into the industries and occupations traditionally associated with the apprenticeship system.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Indigenous Youth Connection to Culture Grant Closes: 5th of November 2021 - 11:30 pm Value: $20,000 to $400,000 Run By: National Indigenous Australians Agency Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=baf7458f-7603-4940-8969-9c4264707a52

This program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to build stronger connections to their culture, families and Elders and in doing so strengthen resilience through identity, self-esteem and connection. It will support Indigenous youth to co-design activities with their Elders, which build leadership skills and promote youth voices. The IYCC anticipates producing a range of short and long-term benefits to individuals and communities, including a reduction in the risk of suicide in participating communities.

Applicants can apply for funding for activities for from 2020/ 2021 to June 2024 and the maximum grant period is 2.5 years.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Innovate with nbn - Round 2 Award Closes: 30th of November 2021 Value: Up to $25,000 Run By: nbn and Regional Australia Institute Further Information: https://www.nbnco.com.au/campaigns/innovate-with-nbn-grants-program

The Innovate with nbn grant program, aims to encourage those businesses from regional or remote areas with their technology-led ideas, with the aim of facilitating and supporting further growth.

This program recognises and showcases regional and remote businesses, who are:

  • Innovators or entrepreneurs inspiring others in their community
  • Champions of digital adoption
  • Continuing to facilitate the digital capabilities and benefits of the nbn network
  • Advocates of supporting regional businesses

They are looking for digital businesses in regional and remote Australia who live and breathe technology and are:

  • Harnessing the benefits of the nbn network to enable regional Australians to live, learn and work in a digital society
  • Innovative digital businesses challenging the traditional markets in regional Australia
  • Businesses who are lifting digital participation and stimulating regional economies
  • Champions of digital adoption for regional and remote communities

Awards will be judged in seven categories, and an overall champion award:

  • Women in Regional Business
  • Health
  • Arts
  • Eudcation
  • Agriculture
  • Tourism
  • Indigenous Business
Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Stronger Communities Programme Round 7 Grant Closes: 3rd of December 2021 for Parkes Electorate, 26th of November for New England electorate. Value: $2,500 to $20,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications Further Information: https://business.gov.au/grants-and-programs/stronger-communities-programme-round-7

The Stronger Communities Programme aims to improve local community participation and contribute to vibrant viable communities.

Round 7 will provide each of the 151 Federal electorates with $150,000 to fund small capital projects. A maximum of 20 projects will be funded in each electorate, with successful projects receiving a grant between $2,500 and $20,000.

Federal Members of Parliament (MPs) identify potential projects and invite applications from their electorate.

Expressions of interest for:
Parkes Electorate need to be submitted to Mark Coulton MP by the 3rd of December. Further Details: www.markcoulton.com.au/stronger-communities-programme-round7/
New England Electorate need to be submitted to Barnaby Joyce MP by the 26th of November. Details are available at: barnabyjoyce.com.au

If you are invited to apply by your MP, you will have until the 19th of January 2022 to submit your application.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Aboriginal Benefits Foundation Grants Grant Closes: 7th of February 2022 Value: $500 to $5,000 Run By: Aboriginal Benefits Foundation Further Information: https://aboriginal.org.au/grants/

The Foundation provides grants to assist Aboriginal communities and individuals by providing funds to support projects which advance the aims of the Foundation, with the current focus on supporting art, literacy, education, health and cultural projects with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists.

Priority for funding is typically given in the following categories:

1. Seeding grants:

  • to research the relevance and value of new projects with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists – preference is given to small and intermediate sized projects that may be ineligible for support from other organisations.
  • to facilitate schemes or projects with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists which are of benefit to Aboriginal health, welfare or education which have potential for wider application.

2. One-off grants in support of:

  • health and well being of artists and their families
  • education through art projects which will benefit individual or community health and well being
  • individuals and communities, with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists, to meet special needs
Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Indigenous Local Employment Fund Grant Closes: 31st of December 2021 Value: $5,000 to $250,000 Run By: National Indigenous Australians Agency Further Information: https://www.niaa.gov.au/indigenous-affairs/employment/indigenous-local-employment-fund

This grant program aims to provide a response to short term, one-off funding proposals that help overcome obstacles for Indigenous job seekers in accessing local employment opportunities and provide pathways into short term labour markets, particularly where COVID-19 has had a significant impact on job opportunities.

Funding is available for proposed activities to address barriers facing Indigenous job seekers and meet their particular needs in local areas. Innovative solutions to help overcome obstacles facing job seekers and employers in COVID-19 affected labour markets are encouraged.

Organisations must contact and discuss their proposal with the NIAA Regional office in the locality where the project will take place.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Start Strong Capital Works - Major Capital Fund Grant Closes: 4th of March 2022 Value: Undisclosed Run By: NSW Government Department of Education Further Information: https://education.nsw.gov.au/early-childhood-education/operating-an-early-childhood-education-service/grants-and-funded-programs/capital-works-grants/major-capital-fund

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program improves access to preschool by creating additional community preschool places in areas of need and demand across the state.

Eligible not-for-profit organisations can apply for grant funding to build, renovate or extend their facilities to deliver a community preschool, respond to a crisis situation, or to purchase a vehicle for a mobile preschool.

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program has been revised to improve the suitability and accessibility of the program for the community preschool sector. This includes four distinct grant categories with continuous, extended or multiple rounds, making it easier for community preschool providers to access the right funding option when it is needed.

The Major Capital fund creates additional community preschool places through new builds, extensions and renovations of centre-based community preschools in areas of need and demand.

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Start Strong Capital Works - Crisis Fund Grant Closes: 30th of June 2022 Value: Undisclosed Run By: NSW Government Department of Education Further Information: https://education.nsw.gov.au/early-childhood-education/operating-an-early-childhood-education-service/grants-and-funded-programs/capital-works-grants/crisis-fund

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program improves access to preschool by creating additional community preschool places in areas of need and demand across the state.

Eligible not-for-profit organisations can apply for grant funding to build, renovate or extend their facilities to deliver a community preschool, respond to a crisis situation, or to purchase a vehicle for a mobile preschool.

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program has been revised to improve the suitability and accessibility of the program for the community preschool sector. This includes four distinct grant categories with continuous, extended or multiple rounds, making it easier for community preschool providers to access the right funding option when it is needed.

The Crisis Fund supports the maintenance and creation of community preschool places where there is an urgent need for capital works in at least one of the following circumstances:

  • An existing service is facing closure or relocation due to exceptional or unforeseen circumstances, for example, compulsory acquisition of premises.
  • An existing service is impacted by a natural disaster or state of emergency and is required to undertake urgent structural remediation work.
  • An eligible organisation wants to operate a centre-based community preschool in a remote or very remote area (as per the ARIA index) where access to preschool education is limited or non-existent.

Requests for this grant are received all year round or until funds are exhausted.

 

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Start Strong Capital Works - Minor Capital Fund Grant Closes: 26th of November 2021 Value: Up to $100,000 Run By: NSW Government Department of Education Further Information: https://education.nsw.gov.au/early-childhood-education/operating-an-early-childhood-education-service/grants-and-funded-programs/capital-works-grants/minor-fund

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program improves access to preschool by creating additional community preschool places in areas of need and demand across the state.

Eligible not-for-profit organisations can apply for grant funding to build, renovate or extend their facilities to deliver a community preschool, respond to a crisis situation, or to purchase a vehicle for a mobile preschool.

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program has been revised to improve the suitability and accessibility of the program for the community preschool sector. This includes four distinct grant categories with continuous, extended or multiple rounds, making it easier for community preschool providers to access the right funding option when it is needed.

The Minor Capital Works Fund supports smaller-scale extensions or renovations and the recalculation of unencumbered space where it will result in an increase in community preschool places. T

Minor Capital Works grants can be used to:

  • Extend or renovate existing centre-based community preschools where it will result in an increase in community preschool places.
  • Engage a certified building practitioner to re-calculate unencumbered space where it will result in an increase in community preschool places.

 

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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Start Strong Capital Works - Mobile Fund Grant Closes: 26th of November 2021 Value: Undisclosed Run By: NSW Government Department of Education Further Information: https://education.nsw.gov.au/early-childhood-education/operating-an-early-childhood-education-service/grants-and-funded-programs/capital-works-grants/mobile-fund

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program improves access to preschool by creating additional community preschool places in areas of need and demand across the state.

Eligible not-for-profit organisations can apply for grant funding to build, renovate or extend their facilities to deliver a community preschool, respond to a crisis situation, or to purchase a vehicle for a mobile preschool.

The Start Strong Capital Works Grants Program has been revised to improve the suitability and accessibility of the program for the community preschool sector. This includes four distinct grant categories with continuous, extended or multiple rounds, making it easier for community preschool providers to access the right funding option when it is needed.

The Mobile fund supports mobile services to replace existing vehicles to ensure continuity of service delivery.

 

Last Updated: 18th of October 2021
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ABC Trailblazers 2022 Grant Closes: 10th of November 2021 Run By: ABC Further Information: https://www.abc.net.au/heywire/2022-trailblazers--open-for-applications/13570228

Trailblazers is an opportunity for people, aged from 18 to 28 who are driving positive social change projects in their regional communities and to have their work celebrated nationally.

Individuals and groups of up to three, aged 18-28, who are initiating projects that create positive change in their communities can apply. They want to hear from people with a commitment to making regional Australia even better, from community leaders to social entrepreneurs, advocates to event organisers.

Successful applicants receive a broad range of support that includes having their story told on the ABC, exclusive access to the Trailblazer Development Fund and mentoring programs to help empower young regional leaders to share their stories and build their leadership capacity.

 

Last Updated: 13th of October 2021
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Local Sport Grant Grant Closes: 19th of November 2021 - 1:00 pm Value: $500 to $15,000 Run By: NSW Government Office of Sport Further Information: https://www.sport.nsw.gov.au/grants/local-sport-grant-program

The Local Sport Grant Program (Program) aims to increase regular and on-going participation opportunities in sport in NSW. Through this Program the Office of Sport are working towards its goals to achieve:

  • Participation: Everyone in NSW participating in sport and active recreation throughout their life.
  • Places and spaces: Everyone in NSW having access to places and spaces for sport and active recreation.
  • Sustainability: The sector continues to grow sport and active recreation across NSW.

Applications must clearly demonstrate an identified need for the project and articulate how the project outcomes will be achieved. Specifically, applications should demonstrate how the project will address at least one of the following objectives:

  • Increase regular and on-going participation in sport
  • Increase participation and access for women, girls and population groups under-represented in participation including, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, people with a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI)
  • Address barriers to participation in sport or structured physical activity
  • Assist sport clubs to provide quality service to their members and meet community needs.

Funding of $50,000 per electorate will be allocated to all 93 electorates throughout NSW. Funds from under-subscribed electorates will be made available to over-subscribed electorates.

Applicants may apply for one application per project type but should prioritise their projects as the maximum available to any one organisation under this round of the program is $20,000 in a financial year.

Last Updated: 13th of October 2021
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Local Sporting Champions Grant Closes: 31st of December 2021 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 October 2021
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