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Mary Mackillop Community Grants - 2024

ClosedGrant Opened: 14th of August 2023 - 9:00 am Closed: 22nd of September 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Mary Mackillop Today Further Information: https://www.marymackilloptoday.org.au/what-we-do/our-projects/grants/

For over 20 years, the Community Grants Program has supported small but life-changing initiatives that provide opportunities for life-long learning in Australian communities.

It aims to reach those at the margins by improving equity in quality education, achieving economic independence and active community participation and engagement.

Given the size and nature of their grants, priority is given to small or emerging community-based organisations. They prioritise innovative and grass-roots projects that support those at the margins.

The 2024 round of the Community Grants Program will support two streams of funding:

Stream 1: Open ONLY to Sisters of Saint Joseph (SOSJ) and associated entities.

  • This will be a competitive process with the stated eligibility criteria applicable to the SOSJ and associated entities who wish to apply.
  • $50,000 AUD in grant money allocated for Stream 1.

Stream 2: Open to ALL applicants who meet the eligibility criteria (SOSJ and associated entities not eligible to apply under this Stream).

  • This will be a competitive process with the stated eligibility criteria applicable to all organisations applying under this Stream.
  • $115,000 AUD in grant money allocated for Stream 2.
Last Updated: 23rd of July 2023
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