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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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Junior & Youth Girls Uniform Grants Program 2024 Grant Closes: 30th of July 2024 - 11:59 pm Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: AFL Further Information: https://play.afl/clubhelp/women-girls/grants

The program has been established to support the inclusion women and girls in community football by enabling clubs to provide suitable uniforms for junior and youth girls.

This may include:

  • Replacing white shorts with a suitable alternative for junior & youth girls teams, or;
  • Purchasing of appropriate playing uniforms that are made specifically for girls (ie female cuts)

Please note: this grant round is only open to junior and youth girls. For avoidance of doubt, this includes teams, umpires, and competitions under the age of eighteen.

$250,000 is available, with clubs and umpire associations able to apply for up to $3,000 each, while leagues can apply for up to $10,000.

Last Updated: 19th of June 2024
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Skills Development Fund Grant Closes: 8th of August 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $80,000 Run By: Screen Australia Further Information: https://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/funding-and-support/industry-development/initiatives/skills-development-fund

The Skills Development Fund supports production companies, game development studios and screen businesses to provide skills development through structured work-based learning.

This involves:

  • the development of a detailed Skills Development Plan that:
    • addresses the key skills needs of “below-the-line crew” (“Crew”) and Gamemakers on a given production/s, games project or more broadly the national screen sector; and
    • supports diversity, equity and inclusion;

AND

  • an appointed individual from within the company or an external consultant in the role of Skills Development Officer, to oversee the delivery and implementation of the Plan.

Funding of up to $80,000 is available to deliver an applicant’s Skills Development Plan. The fund is open to significant productions or projects across all formats and genres. Game development studios are eligible, as are film and TV production companies and screen businesses servicing the Australian screen sector. A co-contribution from the applicant is strongly recommended.

Multiple rounds for this grant will be available over the 2024 to 2025 period, see the grant web page for full details.

Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Skills Development Fund Grant Closes: 7th of November 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $80,000 Run By: Screen Australia Further Information: https://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/funding-and-support/industry-development/initiatives/skills-development-fund

The Skills Development Fund supports production companies, game development studios and screen businesses to provide skills development through structured work-based learning.

This involves:

  • the development of a detailed Skills Development Plan that:
    • addresses the key skills needs of “below-the-line crew” (“Crew”) and Gamemakers on a given production/s, games project or more broadly the national screen sector; and
    • supports diversity, equity and inclusion;

AND

  • an appointed individual from within the company or an external consultant in the role of Skills Development Officer, to oversee the delivery and implementation of the Plan.

Funding of up to $80,000 is available to deliver an applicant’s Skills Development Plan. The fund is open to significant productions or projects across all formats and genres. Game development studios are eligible, as are film and TV production companies and screen businesses servicing the Australian screen sector. A co-contribution from the applicant is strongly recommended.

Multiple rounds for this grant will be available over the 2024 to 2025 period, see the grant web page for full details.

Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Skills Development Fund Grant Closes: 13th of February 2025 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $80,000 Run By: Screen Australia Further Information: https://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/funding-and-support/industry-development/initiatives/skills-development-fund

The Skills Development Fund supports production companies, game development studios and screen businesses to provide skills development through structured work-based learning.

This involves:

  • the development of a detailed Skills Development Plan that:
    • addresses the key skills needs of “below-the-line crew” (“Crew”) and Gamemakers on a given production/s, games project or more broadly the national screen sector; and
    • supports diversity, equity and inclusion;

AND

  • an appointed individual from within the company or an external consultant in the role of Skills Development Officer, to oversee the delivery and implementation of the Plan.

Funding of up to $80,000 is available to deliver an applicant’s Skills Development Plan. The fund is open to significant productions or projects across all formats and genres. Game development studios are eligible, as are film and TV production companies and screen businesses servicing the Australian screen sector. A co-contribution from the applicant is strongly recommended.

Multiple rounds for this grant will be available over the 2024 to 2025 period, see the grant web page for full details.

Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Major Research Grant - Round 2024 Grant Closes: 2nd of August 2024 Value: Up to $200,000 Run By: Lowitja Institute Further Information: https://www.lowitja.org.au/research/funding-opportunities/major-grants-program/

Lowitja Institute provides Major Research Grants to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled organisations. The grant period is two years and the maximum amount available per project is $200,000.

As part of their commitment to Knowledge Translation, an additional $20,000 grant is offered to all recipients of Lowitja Institute’s Major Research Grant within 12 months of the commencement date, to support organisations to deliver on their vision and aspirations in relation to research impact. This grant assists in getting the right message to the right audience, to achieve impact for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

This grant opportunity specifically supports innovative and responsive community research led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled organisations to improve the health and wellbeing of our mobs.

The Major Research Grants provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to transform their ideas into reality.

Who can apply:

The Major Research Grants are for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled organisations only.

Organisations are not expected to have research experience for the Major Research Grants. Those without existing relationships with researchers or internal research expertise can contact us regarding how we might assist in pairing them with a suitable researcher.

Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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International Child Abduction Respondents Scheme Grant Closes: Ongoing Run By: Attorney-General's Department Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=cc471bf2-03b6-43ea-8ab6-0b36cc287cd9

The International Child Abduction Respondents Scheme (ICARS) may provide funding to an individual who is responding to a 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction application seeking the return of a child under the Family Law (Child Abduction Convention) Regulations 1986 (the Regulations) in an Australian court.

You may be eligible for ICARS if you are:

  • defending or proposing to defend an application filed in an Australian court under the Regulations seeking a return order for a child (or children)
  • appealing or proposing to appeal a return order made by an Australian court under the Regulations
  • responding to or proposing to respond to an appeal against a non-return decision made by an Australian court under the Regulations.

ICARS applications can be made for proceedings filed under the Regulations on or after 1 January 2024.

Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Real School Grants Program - 2024 Grant Closes: 31st of October 2024 Value: Up to $5,000 Run By: Real Insurance Further Information: https://www.realinsurance.com.au/grants/school-grant

Real Insurance are looking for submissions that reflect a real desire to improve the quality of school resources and communities. It doesn't have to be great prose, just honest and from the heart, so start thinking about the reasons why and how your nominated school would utilise the Real School Grant.

Each entry that is submitted, must align to one or more of the Real Insurance company values;

  1. Health - clearly provide intent and evidence of planned work(s) that would promote the health of the intended beneficiaries. Where past works have been concluded, please include as evidence in your submission.
  2. Learning & Development - clearly outline the plan of learning or research outcome that would lead to an improved outcome and development.
  3. Information & Technology - provide a justified summary of a current lack of access to information and/or technology (including online/remote learning tools) that would prove highly useful for intended beneficiaries.
  4. Community & Infrastructure - clearly provide intent and evidence of planned work(s) that would promote a positive or improved outcome for the intended beneficiaries. Where past works have been concluded, please include as evidence in your submission.
Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Youth Opportunities Program 2024/25 - Round 13 Grant Opened: 3rd of June 2024 Closes: 15th of July 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: $10,000 to $50,000 Run By: NSW Department of Communities and Justice Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/youth-opportunities-program/youth-opportunities-program-2024/25-round-13

The Youth Opportunities program provides one-off, time-limited grants for new projects that enable marginalised young people to lead and participate in their communities.

The purpose of Program is to increase marginalised young people’s participation in activities that strengthen their connection and belonging to their communities.

The Program supports organisations to empower marginalised young people to design and deliver community projects, enabling them to:

  • overcome barriers to participating in the community
  • build community based partnerships and networks
  • feel a greater sense of belonging within their community
  • feel empowered, as their ideas and opinions are respected, considered and acted upon
  • gain relevant training to support their participation
  • feel more confident within themselves and their abilities, having expanded their knowledge and skills
  • seek further opportunities to participate and stay engaged in their community.

The Youth Opportunities program requires applicant organisations to have spoken with young people and involved them in developing the project proposal prior to submitting a grant application.

Organisations must also involve young people at every stage of the project – from identifying the need and developing the project proposal through to design, project delivery and final review.

Incorporated not-for-profit community organisations operating in NSW and NSW Local Councils are eligible to apply.

Projects should focus on giving young people the opportunity to develop a range of skills, including:

  • life skills and healthy behaviours
  • leadership, communication and teamwork
  • event management and planning
  • volunteering opportunities that link young people to further education and training.

Example projects

  • mentoring programs

  • workshops and events
  • creative arts programs e.g. visual arts, theatre, songwriting
  • life skills, training and professional development programs
  • community networking
  • work readiness programs
  • health and wellbeing events
  • financial literacy workshops
  • digital literacy training.
Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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QBE Foundation Local Grants Grant Opened: 3rd of June 2024 Closes: 3rd of July 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $40,000 Run By: Australia Pacific QBE Foundation Further Information: https://www.qbe.com/au/about/sponsorship-community/the-qbe-foundation/local-grants

Australia Pacific QBE Foundation local grants are a way for us to provide meaningful support for community initiatives addressing specific areas of need.

To be eligible for a QBE Foundation local grant, the organisation:

  • Must be a registered ‘not-for-profit’ (or non-profit) with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission (ACNC)
  • Must have Australian Tax Office endorsement of DGR 1 or 2 status
  • Must not be affiliated with a political party or union, or take an overtly political stance in the focus of their work
  • May have a religious basis, but any program or initiative supported by QBE must not incorporate religious teaching into the delivery of the program or initiative
  • Must be based in Australia, although initiatives working in Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific will be considered

Note: Australia Pacific QBE Foundation charity partners and 2023 local grant recipients are not eligible to apply.

Application suitability and alignment

  • Only applications working to address issues in our local grant categories will be considered. You will need to clearly demonstrate the relevance of your initiative to the category, so please consider this before applying
  • You can only apply once per project or initiative. Please do not submit multiple applications for the same project or initiative across different categories
  • QBE Foundation local grants are intended for high impact community initiatives. Requests for funding for "business as usual" activities will be considered less favourably than specific initiatives
  • We understand that some initiatives require support from multiple funders. If this is the case, please outline clearly in your application where other funding is coming from, any funding expected in the future or due to end in the coming 12 months, and how you plan to report on the QBE Foundation portion of the total funding
  • The organisation must be based in Australia, but initiatives working in Australia, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Fiji will be considered
Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Community Achievement Awards - 2024 Award Opened: 19th of June 2024 Closes: 21st of August 2024 Run By: Awards Australia Further Information: https://awardsaustralia.com/community-achievement-awards/nsw

The Regional Achievement and Community Awards, and are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions that individuals, communities and businesses make throughout regional and rural NSW & The ACT. These awards aim to recognise their success and achievements, which contribute to making regional NSW & The ACT a better place.

Awards are presented in the following categories:

  • Connecting Communities Award
  • Small Business Achiever Award
  • Council Crown Land Management Excellence Award
  • Crown Land Management Excellence Award
  • Individual Excellence in Crown Land Management Award
  • Customer Service Award
  • Leadership Award
Last Updated: 17th of June 2024
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Livestock and Animal Traceability Development, Implementation, and Improvement Grant Grant Closes: 1st of July 2024 - 11:00 pm Value: $150,000 to $500,000 Run By: Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=ea892b0b-2ffd-495f-8e8b-d7ede1fb4122

Provides the opportunity for successful applicants to contribute to developing, implementing, and improving traceability systems for Australian agricultural industries, specifically in the livestock, animals and animal products sector.

The purpose of the grant round is to enhance industry capacity and capability to meet national traceability outcomes and comply with current and emerging requirements. Enhancing traceability for livestock, animals and animal products will support Australia’s access to existing and new markets; enhance our ability to respond to exotic pest, disease, and food safety incidents; and help to demonstrate how our livestock, animal and animal product sectors meet changing consumer expectations.

Projects developed under this grant round will assist in reducing barriers to adoption of traceability and increase regulatory compliance capability. While the focus of this grant round is on the livestock, animals and animal products sectors, consideration should be given as to how projects could be applied across other agricultural sectors.

 

Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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National Women's Alliances Grant Closes: 3rd of July 2024 - 5:00 pm Run By: Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Further Information: https://www.grants.gov.au/Go/Show?GoUuid=76689554-6946-4a58-b2e2-82df6bc6671c

It is critical for government to hear the views of experts and the lived experience of women to deliver practical changes to improve gender equality. This grant opportunity will establish a network of up to 6 civil society organisations to provide expert gender advice to Government and ensure women’s voices inform implementation of the Strategy.

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

  • Company
  • Cooperative
  • Corporate State or Territory Entity (Universities only)
  • Incorporated Association
  • Indigenous Corporation
  • Partnership
  • Statutory Entity

To achieve maximum national impact, applicants must specify which of the following theme(s) their application relates to:

  • gender-based violence
  • women’s economic equality and leadership
  • migrant and refugee and culturally and linguistically diverse women
  • First Nations women
  • women living in rural, regional and remote areas of Australia
  • women with disability
Last Updated: 24th of May 2024
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