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Future Animal Carer’s Grant Grant Closes: 31st of October 2024 Value: Up to $5,000 Run By: RSPCA Pet Insurance Further Information: https://www.rspcapetinsurance.org.au/grants/animal-carers-grants

RSPCA understands that qualified Veterinarians and Veterinary Nurses are essential in assisting with the protection and maintenance of pet’s health. For that reason, they aim to provide support to people who are interested in getting into roles which are related to Veterinary Medicine, Animal Care and Animal Sciences.

The value of this Grant is AUD $5,000 (total amount). This amount is paid as a one-off payment to the Winner.

  1. To be eligible, you must be enrolled full-time in an accredited Australian Tertiary Education Institution and be studying for a certificate, diploma, degree or traineeship in any of the following areas:
    • Veterinary Medicine;
    • Veterinary Science;
    • Veterinary & Life Sciences;
    • Animal Care;
    • Veterinary Nursing;
    • Animal Studies;
    • Animal Sciences;
    • Animal Nutrition;
    • Veterinary Technology; or
    • Any other courses leading to similar careers as an animal carer or pet health specialist
  2. Only citizens or permanent residents of Australia can apply; and
  3. You must be 18 years of age or over to apply.
  4. Employees and immediate family members including the spouse, de-facto spouse, parent, guardian, child or sibling ("Immediate Family Members") of an RSPCA Pet Insurance employee are ineligible to enter. Employees, and immediate Family members of GFS are also ineligible to enter.
  5. Entrants must abide by the Terms and Conditions for an entry to be deemed eligible.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Cyber Security: Cyber Awareness Support for Vulnerable Groups Grant Closes: 11th of July 2024 - 9:00 pm Value: Up to $35,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Home Affairs Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=685311c7-f38d-4520-acc0-b95e62d4753a

This program will help to expand the national cyber security awareness campaign to uplift cyber security outreach and literacy among the Australian community. The grants will support advocacy, charity, not-for-profit and community groups to develop and deliver tailored cyber security literacy programs, based on materials developed under the Act Now, Stay Secure campaign, to vulnerable groups.

To be eligible, you must be one of the following entity types:

  • Company
  • Cooperative
  • Incorporated Association
  • Indigenous Corporation
  • Local Government Entity
  • Partnership
  • Sole Trader
  • Statutory Entity.

If you are applying as a Trustee on behalf of a Trust , the Trustee must be one of the eligible entity type as listed above.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Aged Care Capital Assistance Program Residential–based Aged Care Services Grant Closes: 29th of August 2024 - 2:00 pm Run By: Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=18d42fc9-2c08-48bf-808e-d210ad61eb68

The Aged Care Capital Assistance Program provides aged care infrastructure grants aimed at maintaining or increasing access to quality aged care services in thin market settings for people:

  • from First Nations communities
  • living in regional, rural, and remote areas
  • who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless
  • with other complex and diverse needs, including dementia.
  • improve viability and sustainability of service offerings.

For this grant opportunity up to $200 million is available to support activities that will:

  • deliver more mainstream residential care beds i.e., new residential care services and/or expansion of existing residential care services (excluding Multi-purpose Services (MPS) and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care Program (NATSIFACP) services)
  • upgrade, or refurbish existing residential-based aged care services (including mainstream, MPS and NATSIFACP services)  

in the following locations:

  • regional centres to very remote communities: Modified Monash Model - MM2 to 7
  • metropolitan areas (MM1) for projects specifically targeting care to First Nations people.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Defence Industry Development Grants Program - Exports Stream Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: Ongoing Value: $15,000 to $250,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Defence Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=7c64c035-24ea-4ba1-aeea-0a0d031e8648

The objective of the program is to build the industrial base Australia needs to achieve Defence outcomes in areas of strategic priority.

The Defence Industry Development Grants Program funds four distinct grant opportunity streams tailored to address the program outcomes:

  1. Sovereign Industrial Priorities
  2. Skilling
  3. Exports
  4. Security.

The Exports stream provides support for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to overcome export barriers and help defence industry build scale and competitiveness in defence capability priority areas as identified by the Sovereign Defence Industrial Priorities described in the Defence Industry Development Strategy.

You can apply if you:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • are a SME with less than 200 employees
  • are registered for GST
  • have an account with an Australian financial institution
  • are non-income tax exempt

and are one of the following entities:

  • an entity incorporated in Australia
  • a company limited by guarantee
  • an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Defence Industry Development Grants Program - Sovereign Industrial Priorities Stream Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: Ongoing Value: $50,000 to $1 Million Run By: Australian Government Department of Defence Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8d4783b2-652e-47ad-8402-0328526e5233

The objective of the program is to build the industrial base Australia needs to achieve Defence outcomes in areas of strategic priority.

The Defence Industry Development Grants Program funds four distinct grant opportunity streams tailored to address the program outcomes:

  1. Sovereign Industrial Priorities
  2. Skilling
  3. Exports
  4. Security.

The Sovereign Industrial Priorities stream will assist eligible small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to purchase manufacturing plant and equipment which is used directly to develop and/or deliver programs that are in line with the Sovereign Defence Industrial Priorities described in the Defence Industry Development Strategy.

You can apply if you:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • are a SME with less than 200 employees
  • are registered for GST
  • have an account with an Australian financial institution
  • are non-income tax exempt

and are one of the following entities:

  • an entity incorporated in Australia
  • a company limited by guarantee
  • an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Defence Industry Development Grants Program - Skilling Stream Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: Ongoing Value: $5,000 to $250,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Defence Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=8df34409-4146-47e4-b8a8-dc0c28f5dd81

The objective of the program is to build the industrial base Australia needs to achieve Defence outcomes in areas of strategic priority.

The Defence Industry Development Grants Program funds four distinct grant opportunity streams tailored to address the program outcomes:

  1. Sovereign Industrial Priorities
  2. Skilling
  3. Exports
  4. Security.

The Skilling stream helps Australian defence industry to upskill and train in priority trade, technical and professional skillsets to develop a workforce with the right mix of qualified and experienced personnel to meet Defence requirements. The program will enhance the capacity and capability of Australian defence industry workforce to deliver Sovereign Defence Industrial Priorities described in the Defence Industry Development Strategy.

You can apply if you:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • are a SME with less than 200 employees or a Defence Industry Association (DIA)
  • are registered for GST
  • have an account with an Australian financial institution
  • are non-income tax exempt

and are one of the following entities:

  • an entity incorporated in Australia
  • a company limited by guarantee
  • an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Defence Industry Development Grants Program - Security Stream Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: Ongoing Value: $10,000 to $100,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Defence Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=de378221-d93f-434e-ad9c-f23f54d50e14

The objective of the program is to build the industrial base Australia needs to achieve Defence outcomes in areas of strategic priority.

The Defence Industry Development Grants Program funds four distinct grant opportunity streams tailored to address the program outcomes:

  1. Sovereign Industrial Priorities
  2. Skilling
  3. Exports
  4. Security.

The Security stream helps Australian defence industry improve and maintain security in priority areas as identified by the Sovereign Defence Industrial Priorities and in line with the Defence Industry Security Program.

You can apply if you:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • are a SME with less than 200 employees
  • are registered for GST
  • have an account with an Australian financial institution
  • are non-income tax exempt

and are one of the following entities:

  • an entity incorporated in Australia
  • a company limited by guarantee
  • an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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UNE Alumni Awards - 2024 Award Closes: 30th of June 2024 Run By: UNE Further Information: https://www.une.edu.au/alumni/alumni-awards

Since 1994 the UNE Alumni Awards have provided an opportunity to recognise the diverse achievements of our alumni in their lives, careers and communities. Award winners have demonstrated their commitment to UNE’s core values which currently include:

  • Open – Building relationships on the principles of openness, transparency, sincerity and inclusivity;
  • Enquiring – Having curiosity, foresight, flexibility, creativity, courage and perseverance to spur positive change;
  • Exceptional – Knowing that integrity, ambition and a commitment to continuous improvement is key to excellence;
  • Making a difference – Striving to create positive change for individuals and communities.

 There are three categories:

The UNE Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to a UNE graduate who:

  • Over the course of their career has made significant contributions to their field;
  • Displays outstanding leadership and professional qualities while embodying UNE’s values of creativity, innovation, risk-taking, access and inclusion;
  • Embodies characteristics of honesty, ethical behaviour and authenticity;
  • Will inspire future generations of UNE graduates with their achievements.

The UNE Alumni Community Award is presented to a UNE graduate who:

  • Through paid or unpaid work has made significant contributions in the community sector, philanthropic or public life or to support not-for-profit organisations in Australia and internationally;
  • Embodies UNE’s values of access and inclusion;
  • Will inspire future generations of UNE graduates with their achievements.

The UNE Rising Star Award is presented to a UNE graduate who:

  • Is in the early stages of their career (15 years or less since graduation);
  • Displays outstanding leadership and professional qualities while embodying UNE’s values of creativity, innovation, risk-taking, access and inclusion;
  • Embodies characteristics of honesty, ethical behaviour and authenticity;
  • Will inspire future generations of UNE graduates with their achievements.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Blended Payment Co-Design Grants - Supported Independent Living and Younger People in Residential Aged Care Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: 9th of July 2024 - 4:00 pm Value: Up to $11,000 Run By: National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=e7871873-c9c6-4f97-8a11-b9c02623c6bd

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), in partnership with the Department of Social Services (DSS), is seeking registered providers of Supported Independent Living (SIL) and registered providers supporting Younger People in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) to participate in a co-design process that will inform design of blended payment models, as part of the Blended Payments Initiative.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Blended Payment Co-design Grants Employment Support for School Leavers Grant Opened: 18th of June 2024 Closes: 9th of July 2024 - 4:00 pm Value: Up to $11,000 Run By: National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=ebd15ba5-56cf-42b1-8fd5-3327a0809982

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), in partnership with the Department of Social Services (DSS), is seeking registered providers of Employment Support for School Leavers to participate in a co-design process that will inform design of a blended payment model, as part of the Blended Payments Initiative.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Steve Waugh Foundation - Children and Young Adults with a Rare Disease - 2024 - Round 2 Grant Opened: 1st of June 2024 Closes: 30th of June 2024 Run By: Steve Waugh Foundation Further Information: https://www.stevewaughfoundation.com.au/grants/

The Steve Waugh Foundation supports children and young adults aged 0-25 years who have a rare disease with a prevalence of at least 2:100,000.

The Foundation will consider funding -

  • Equipment
  • Mobility Aids
  • Communication Devices
  • Therapy
  • Treatment
  • Some minor house renovations
  • Items that improve the quality of life for the applicant and their family

To be eligible to apply:   

  • You must be an Australian Citizen or an Australian permanent resident of at least five years to gain assistance from the Foundation and;
  • Have a recognised rare disease as identified on ORPHANET: www.orpha.net, or if not recognised your medical specialist must confirm the disease is rare
  • Have an Australian Medicare card
  • Have already made an application for government funding assistance for the requested item, eg the NDIS
  • The rare disease has been formally and officially diagnosed by a Paediatrician or other Medical Specialist
  • You have and can provide evidence of the diagnosis of the rare disease signed off by a Paediatrician or other medical specialist
  • You have and can provide medical, health and other documentation or support material required as part of your application

Note: Applications submitted outside these dates can be carried forward for review in the following Grant Round but are unable to be assessed outside these dates. The Online Application and all required supporting documentation must be submitted on time to complete the Grant Application.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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NSW Premier's Awards - 2024 Grant Closes: Closes: Check with award ambassadors for closing dates. (Review & Judging in July 2024) Run By: NSW Government Department of Premier and Cabinet Further Information: https://premiersawards.nsw.gov.au/

NSW Premier’s Awards celebrates excellence in the delivery of public services to the NSW community by the public sector, and not-for-profit organisations and private businesses in partnership with public sector agencies and departments.

By recognising excellence today we hope to inspire a brighter future for NSW and Australia.

Award categories

  • Anthea Kerr Award
  • NSW Public Servant of the Year
  • Driving public sector diversity
  • World class education and training
  • Connecting communities
  • Building a resilient economy
  • Excellence in service delivery
  • Highest quality healthcare
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Community Grants - 2024 Grant Closes: 1st of July 2024 Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Australia Post Further Information: https://auspost.com.au/about-us/supporting-communities/grants/community-grants-program

Australia Post Community Grants support projects that connect people and improve mental wellbeing in local communities.

Local community groups create positive change in countless people’s lives. To help them deliver for their communities, we award Community Grants of up to $10,000 each year to fund community led, local projects. To be eligible, a project  must demonstrate:

  • the primary purpose is to improve mental health and mental wellbeing outcomes of a community
  • it will help people meaningfully connect in their local community for improved mental health and mental wellbeing outcomes
  • it is locally led and delivered.
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Growing Good Gardens - 2024 Grant Opened: 3rd of June 2024 - 9:00 am Closes: 29th of July 2024 - 12:00 am Value: Up to $1,000 Run By: life Ed Further Information: https://lifeed.org.au/growing-good-gardens-grant/

Through the Growing Good Grains Grants (GGGG) program, Life Ed and Bakers Delight’s Healthy Solutions range are encouraging children to get gardening and to ask more questions about where their food comes from. As part of the program, primary schools, preschools and early learning centres across Australia, will have the opportunity to win a grant, to establish their very own food garden or to upgrade an existing one.

All primary schools, preschools and early learning centres across Australia seeking to educate young Australians about gardening and healthy living can apply. If you are a teacher or parent interested in applying, please work with your school on your submission.

There are 25 X $1000 school garden grants up for grabs courtesy of Bakers Delight, plus the first 50 submissions will receive a $100 Bakers Delight e-gift card. Applicant schools will also have access to free resources to boost their submissions and create unique learning experiences in the classroom.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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James Frizelle Charitable Foundation - Small Grants 2024 Grant Closes: 30th of June 2024 - 12:00 am Run By: James Frizelle Charitable Foundation Further Information: https://jamesfrizelle.smartygrants.com.au/

The James Frizelle Charitable Foundation has been established to support those who have contributed to our great country but may have unfortunately through no fault of their own, fallen on hard times and can no longer speak for themselves.

They have a range of grants including:

  • Community Health Grants
  • Disadvantaged Grants
  • Domestic Violence Grants
  • Homelessness Grants
  • Housing and Accommodation grants
  • Mental Health Grants
  • Natural Disaster Grants
Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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