Grants

 

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Disaster Assistance

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Future Teachers Bursary

Eligible to:    Schools

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Ongoing

To provide financial assistance and fast-track the careers of eligible Year 11 or 12 students who are interested in becoming teachers.

Are you completing Year 11 or 12 in a Queensland state school in 2019 and considering becoming a teacher? You may be eligible to receive financial assistance and fast-track your career by studying part of your teaching degree while you are still at school.

There are many benefits to starting your teaching degree while you are at school:

  • You can finish your teaching degree faster as you will have completed some of the required tertiary education units in conjunction with your senior studies.
  • The Department of Education will cover the cost of the tertiary education units you study, and some may even be offered to you for free by the Higher Education Institution (HEI).
  • You may be eligible to receive a payment of up to $200 to help cover study costs related to your program including, but not limited to, text books, stationery, photocopying and campus visits.
  • You can access additional support through a peer support network.

When you have been accepted into the eligible program and selected your unit/s of study, your school will need to complete the Future Teachers Bursary application form on your behalf.

https://teach.qld.gov.au/get-supported/future-teachers-bursary

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New Business Assistance with NEIS

Eligible to:    Individuals | Businesses

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Ongoing

New Business Assistance with NEIS provides personalised support to help you become a self-employed business owner.

Individuals not in employment, education or training who are interested in running their own business may be eligible for New Business Assistance with NEIS.

There are 8,600 places available nationally each year, delivered by a network of 21 NEIS providers.

New Business Assistance can help by providing:

  • Accredited small business training;
  • Personalised mentoring and support from a NEIS provider in the first year of the new business to help the individual put their business idea into practice; and
  • NEIS Allowance for up to 39 weeks and NEIS Rental Assistance for up to 26 weeks (if eligible).

https://www.employment.gov.au/self-employment-new-business-assistance-neis

 

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Disaster Assistance for Non-profit organisations

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits 

Funding:       $0 - $105,000

Round:          Ongoing

The objective of this assistance measure, provided under the disaster recovery funding arrangements, is to support communities to recover after an eligible disaster.

The Disaster Assistance Loans Scheme provides concessional loans to non-profit organisations whose assets have been significantly damaged as a direct result of an eligible disaster.

Non-profit organisations whose assets have been significantly damaged as a direct result of an eligible disaster may be able to access low interest loans of up to $100,000.

Loans are provided for re-establishing the normal operations of the non-profit organisation.

What assistance is available?

Loan funds are provided to re-establish normal operations, this includes:

  • repairing or replacing damaged plant and equipment 
  • repairing or restoring essential premises, including – grounds, amenities and infrastructure 
  • supplying stock for up to one month to replace lost stock and maintain liquidity of the organisation 

Loan funds are not provided to compensate for loss of income suffered as a result of the disaster.

http://www.qrida.qld.gov.au/current-programs/Disaster-recovery/disaster-assistance/disaster-assistance-non-profit-organisation

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Disaster Assistance (Essential Working Capital) Loans for non-profits

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits 

Funding:       $0 - $100,000

Round:          Ongoing

The objective of this assistance measure, provided under the disaster recovery funding arrangements, is to support communities to recover after an eligible disaster.

The Essential Working Capital Loans Scheme provides concessional loans to non-profit organisations who have suffered a significant loss of income as a result of an eligible disaster.

Loans are provided for continuing the normal operations of the non-profit organisation.

Available funding:

The maximum loan amount is $100,000; and 

  • the amount available is based on an assessment of an applicant’s financial position, including any amount recovered under an insurance policy; and
  • cannot be more than the amount of essential working capital reasonably required.

How funding may be used:

Loan funds provided are to be used as essential working capital, this includes: 

  • paying salaries or wages 
  • paying creditors
  • paying rent or rates
  • buying goods, for example – fuel essential to carry-on the non-profit activities

Loan funds are not provided to:

  • compensate for loss of income suffered as a result of the disaster; or
  • provide assistance relating to direct damage suffered as a result of the disaster

http://www.qrida.qld.gov.au/current-programs/Disaster-recovery/disaster-assistance-essential-working-capital/essential-working-capital-non-profit

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Preventing Violence Against Women and their Children Grants: Men as Role Models

Eligible to:  Schools | Local Governments  | State/ Territory Governments | Universities | Not- For Profits |Unincorporated Groups | TAFES

Funding:       $750,000 to $900,000

Round:          Closes 24 September, 2019

To support innovative primary prevention activities that involve men as positive role models to drive changes in the behaviours, attitudes or other social and cultural factors that contribute to violence against women and children. These activities will involve men to challenge the underlying social, economic and political conditions, as well as historical and cultural factors that allow violence-supportive attitudes and behaviours to thrive.

This grant is part of the National Initiatives grant program, which aims to achieve positive outcomes for families, women and their children by working across sectors to improve the safety and wellbeing of children, advancing gender equality and reducing violence against women and their children.

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/men-role-models-preventing-violence

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Accredited Training for Sexual Violence Responses Grants

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Individuals | Local Governments | State/Territory Government | Universities | TAFEs 

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 30 September, 2019

The objective of this grant opportunity is to build capability and capacity of the service system by training frontline workers to better recognise and respond to all people who experience sexual violence.

The department is seeking to engage a consortium partnership to develop and deliver free accredited training for sexual violence responses. The lead organisation (lead applicant) must be a specialist organisation with sexual violence expertise and must demonstrate relationships with other specialist organisations who work with, or represent, people from diverse backgrounds.

The Australian Government is supporting people affected by sexual violence by investing up to $4.494 million GST exclusive (across FY2019-20 to FY2021-22) in Accredited Training for Sexual Violence Responses, focusing on priority and at-risk cohorts identified through the national consultations on the Fourth Action Plan of the National Plan.

 

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/accredited-training-sexual-violence-responses

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Foundation for Children Grants

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Individuals

Funding:       $0 to $100,000

Round:          Closes 30 September, 2019

To fund research programs and a wide range of other projects designed specifically to improve the health, welfare and well-being of the future of Australia - our children.

The Foundation generally awards grants of around $50,000 - $80,000 per year, and for either one or two years. A maximum amount of $100,000 for one year will be awarded, with no more than a total of $160,000 awarded for a two year project. Occasional exceptions are made to these general guidelines. 

Grant Period 
Grants normally are made for projects which can be completed within 12 - 24 months. The Foundation’s reviewers will need to be satisfied that the project can be carried out in the time scale envisaged and that the person(s) carrying out the project has the appropriate expertise and any other relevant resources to conduct and/or supervise the project.

The Foundation has an Expressions of Interest (EoI) process whereby participants can submit a two page  summary which then goes to the Grants Committee for review. Selected individuals will then be invited to  complete a full application.

E-mail Applications Only Are Accepted. Please email to: foundationforchildren@afma.com.au

http://www.foundationforchildren.com.au/apply-for-a-grant.html

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Preventing Violence Against Women and their Children Grants:

Eligible to:  Schools | Local Governments  | State/ Territory Governments | Universities | Not- For Profits |Unincorporated Groups | TAFES

Funding:       $350,000 to $550,000

Round:          Close 09 October, 2019

To support innovative and community-led primary prevention activities for particular cohorts, groups or communities that challenge the underlying social, economic and political conditions, as well as historical and cultural factors that allow violence-supportive attitudes and behaviours to thrive.

The Community-led Projects to Prevent Violence against Women and their Children Grant supports organisations to work directly with communities to develop and implement targeted primary prevention projects that empower people to challenge violence-supportive attitudes and behaviours, promote gender equality, and form respectful, equal relationships – personally, professionally, and socially.

This grant is part of the National Initiatives grant program, which aims to achieve positive outcomes for families, women and their children by working across sectors to improve the safety and wellbeing of children, advancing gender equality and reducing violence against women and their children.

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/community-led-projects-preventing-violence

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Economic and Community Participation (ECP) Grants

Eligible to:  Local Governments | State/Territory Governments | Businesses | Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups

Funding:       $100,000 to undisclosed

Round:          Closes 21 October, 2019

The objective of this grant round is to improve the economic and community participation of people with disability across Australia. 

The ECP Program aims to build the capacity of the community to create opportunities for people with disability to contribute to community prosperity and participate in community life. This round aims to fund projects that provide a catalyst for increasing access and inclusion in economic and community participation.

The funding is not intended to be ongoing, but rather to provide a catalyst for activities to build their capacity to be accessible and inclusive of all people with disability.

The program will be implemented through three streams: Economic Participation, Social and Community Participation, and Activating Community Inclusion.

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Mainstream Capacity Building (MCB) Grants

Eligible to:  Local Governments | State/Territory Governments | Businesses | Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups

Funding:       $100,000 to $2,250,000

Round:          Closes 21 October, 2019

Mainstream Capacity Building (MCB) Program Grants will support improvements in the delivery of accessible and inclusive mainstream health services so as to meet the needs of people with disability, families and carers. 

The aim of the MCB is to stimulate and encourage practice change in the delivery of mainstream services through the development and trialling of new approaches that are more inclusive and welcoming for people with disability.

This first Mainstream Capacity Building (MCB) grant round will focus on the health sector. The NDIA will determine annual priorities for mainstream capacity building based upon evidence and the lived experiences of people with disability, their families and carers.

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Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme (IAHP) Ear Health Training Program Grant

Eligible to:  Local Governments | State/Territory Governments | Businesses | Not-for-profits | Universities | TAFE

Funding:       (max)$2,700,000

Round:          Closes 23 October, 2019

The objectives of the (IAHP) Ear Health Training Program Grant are to deliver nationally accredited training to primary health care professionals who provide services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to develop their skills, knowledge and competency to provide ear and hearing health services, including for young children; and to deliver training across Australia in locations close to the workplaces of primary health care professionals, including for those working in rural and remote communities.

https://www.grants.gov.au/?event=public.GO.show&GOUUID=659CCB27-AD80-0C08-99C0B644991A02FB

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MoneySmart Grants for Principals

Eligible to:  Schools | Individuals

Funding:       $3,000 to $5,000

Round:          Closes 30 October, 2019

This grant opportunity is to provide grants to suitable Principals of Primary Schools to carry out grant activities related to their respective Principal Project to build consumer and financial literacy and capabilities of primary school aged children as well as the broader school communities.

This grant opportunity is announced as part of ASIC’s MoneySmart Teaching program. There will be three rounds for this grant opportunity. This information is about Round 2. 

ASIC has announced a total of $180,000 (GST inclusive) for this grant opportunity.

The total amount of each grant in any rounds of this grant opportunity will depend on the nature and scope of Principals Project and may range from a minimum of $3,000 (GST inclusive) to a maximum of $5,000 (GST inclusive).

It is expected that up to 12 grants will be awarded in each round of this ground opportunity

The objectives and intended outcomes of this grant opportunity are: 

  • support better learning outcomes for primary school aged students in respect of their financial abilities 
  • contribute to the financial well-being of school communities, and
  • for the composition of grantees in any rounds of this grant opportunity to broadly reflect the diverse range of primary schools in Australia in respect of geographical location and entity types, such as public, catholic or independent.

 

https://www.moneysmart.gov.au/teaching/moneysmart-in-schools/moneysmart-grants-for-principals

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Engaging Science Grants

Eligible to:  Local Governments | State/Territory Governments | Businesses | Universities | Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups | Schools | TAFES | Individuals

Funding:       $10,000 (max)

Round:          Closes 04 November, 2019

The Engaging Science Grants are designed to support scientists, researchers, science communicators, journalists, teachers, organisations and community groups to deliver science engagement and communication projects, events and activities that align with a vision to engage in, recognise, support and advocate for science.

Grants up to $10,000 (excluding GST) are available.

The Advance Queensland Engaging Science Grants are part of the Advance Queensland Engaging Queenslanders in Science Strategy. The Strategy's four goals are:

  1. STEM participation—to increase the number of students participating in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects.
  2. Public engagement—to increase engagement and participation of the Queensland community in science-based activities.
  3. Scientist engagement—to increase the number of scientists directly engaging with the Queensland community.
  4. Public awareness—to increase awareness and understanding of the great science taking place in Queensland.

https://advance.qld.gov.au/entrepreneurs-and-startups-industry-small-business-universities-and-researchers/engaging-science-grants

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1,000 Jobs Package Grant

Eligible to:  Local Governments | State/Territory Governments | Businesses | Universities | Not-for-profits

Funding:       $56,103 (max)

Round:          Closes 30 November, 2019

The objective of the 1,000 Jobs Package is to get Community Development Program (CDP) participants into new ongoing work and to support greater economic development in remote Australia.

Through the 1,000 Jobs Package, the Australian Government will subsidise 1,000 new jobs for CDP participants across remote Australia, through a combination of wage subsidies and retention bonuses.

A total of $5.5 million for 100 job subsidies over two years is available for Tranche One, starting in September 2019.

Subsidy payments will be paid directly to the employer.

Funding for the program will come from the Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS). The IAS contributes to Closing the Gap (CtG) between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians by providing grant funding for activities that address areas of need for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that align with CtG targets.

To ensure the best outcomes, the IAS has a focus on:

  • Aligning investment with Closing the Gap targets.
  • Ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are actively involved in the development, delivery and evaluation of local and regional solutions, including deciding how they will be involved. 
  • Drawing on the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, and building capacity in Indigenous organisations and businesses.
  • Increasing the number of Indigenous organisations delivering grants for the benefit of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, where this is supported by value for money, and/or engaging organisations who are committed to improving Indigenous outcomes.
  • Using evidence and innovation to develop solutions or improve existing approaches.
  • Building an effective evidence base to ensure funding delivered through the IAS improves the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities.
  • Fostering engagement between government, Indigenous organisations, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, and other stakeholders such as experts and business.

 

https://www.niaa.gov.au/indigenous-affairs/employment/1000-jobs-package

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NHMRC Partnership Projects

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Local/Territory/State Governments |Universitites | Businesses

Funding:       $0 to $1,500,000

Round:          Closes 04 December, 2019

Partnership Projects will support connections, within the Australian context, that translate research evidence into health policy and health practice, to improve health services and processes.

The scheme aims to support the work of healthcare policy and service delivery implementation agencies by supporting the translation of research outcomes into policy and practice and the evaluation of current policy and practice to identify gaps in knowledge. This type of research is normally conducted outside of universities and medical research institutes. It is for this reason that universities and medical research institutes are generally not eligible to partner with researchers through the scheme. Universities and medical research institutes can continue to participate as an Administering or Participating institution.

Partnership Projects will address the delivery, organisation, funding and access to services and programs that affect the health of Australians. Research may involve preventative programs, primary and community health care, hospitals, community services, the health workforce and infrastructure.

 

https://nhmrc.gov.au/funding/find-funding/partnership-projects

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Veteran and Community Grants

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups

Funding:       $undisclosed

Round:          Closes 27 February, 2020

The objective of the Program is to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the veteran community by providing funding for projects that support activities and services to sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.

The Veteran and Community Grants (V&CG) program offers opportunities for both the veteran and broader community to participate in, and benefit from, projects that support healthy lifestyles, enhance quality of life and assist veterans and war widows/widowers to remain in their own homes as long as possible.

There is $2,360,000.00 available for this financial year. There is no minimum or maximum grant amount. 

The Veteran and Community Grants program is intended to: 

  • promote and enhance healthy lifestyles, particularly physical activity and mental wellbeing; 
  • support quality independent living at home; 
  • encourage involvement in community activities; 
  • reduce social isolation; 
  • encourage supportive and safe communities; 
  • increase access to community services; 
  • address gaps in local services; 
  • support carers; 
  • increase nutrition; 
  • increase social connectedness; and
  • increase mental wellness.

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/veteran-and-community-grants-0

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Community Commemorative Grants (CCG)

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups | Local governments | Businesses | Universities | Schools | TAFEs

Funding:       $0 - $4,000

Round:          Closes 31 March, 2020

The Community Commemorative Grants (CCG) are designed to provide funding for local community-based commemorative projects and activities that directly commemorate the involvement, service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations.

This grants is part of the Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program. The Australian Government is providing a total of $1 million (GST exclusive) during 2019-20 for the Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program grants, with the funding pool divided between the Major Commemorative Grants and Community Commemorative Grants.

Grants up to a maximum of $4,000 are available for local, community-based projects and activities.

These small grants are focused on the local community, commemorate the service and sacrifice of local community members, and are primarily accessed by the local community.

Some examples of CCG projects/activities include restoration of an honour board, purchase of a display cabinet for military memorabilia, and installation of a flagpole to display the Australian National Flag on days of commemoration.

The list below provides a guide to eligible grant projects and activities:

Grants up to $4000 include:

  • Community War Memorials, Commemorative Plaques and Honour Boards - new war memorials, where none exists and where the new memorial will be the focus of community commemoration and the restoration of existing war memorials, honour boards/ rolls and plaques

Grants up to $3000 include: 

  • Restoration, Preservation and or/Display of Wartime Memorabilia - the preservation, interpretation and display of wartime and military memorabilia and artefacts. 
  • Commemorative Events - significant military unit reunions, i.e. 40th or 65th anniversary or the commemoration of significant military anniversaries, i.e. 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan. Note: Only one anniversary should be commemorated as it is considered that events to commemorate multiple anniversaries have the potential to diminish the significance of each anniversary. The event must be held within a month of the anniversary being commemorated. 
  • Publications/Website - the publication of wartime histories where similar works have not previously been published, i.e. unit histories, local wartime histories and letters from service personnel. 
  • Public Awareness Activity - significant cultural and educational projects, i.e. exhibition, with a military focus and that add to the sum of knowledge on a particular topic or which provide access to information about Australia’s wartime heritage.
  • School Initiative - school initiatives / projects undertaken by students which focus on military involvement and social impacts relevant to the community.

The assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into three batches during the year. Each batch will contain applications that have been submitted to the grant opportunity over the preceding period. For example, the first batch will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity between the opening date of the application period and 3 July 2019. The second batch will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity over the next four months, ending 6 November 2019, and so on.

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/saluting-their-service-commemorations-program

 

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Major Commemorative Grants (MCG)

Eligible to:  Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups | Local governments | Businesses | Universities | Schools | TAFEs

Funding:        $4,000 - Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 31 March, 2020

The objectives of the Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program are to acknowledge and commemorate those who served Australia and its allies in wars, conflicts and peace operations. The Major Commemorative Grants category of the program is available to fund commemorative projects that have a national, state or territory focus.

This grants is part of the Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program. The Australian Government is providing a total of $1 million (GST exclusive) during 2019-20 for the Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program grants, with the funding pool divided between the Major Commemorative Grants and Community Commemorative Grants.

These are grants for major commemorative projects/activities that are significant, from a national or state/territory perspective.

MCG grants have a much wider focus than the local Community Commemorative Grants (CCG) category, and must be of national/state/territory importance and relevance.

MCG projects and activities are targeted at a national/state/territory audience, and have a broader impact than the local community. MCG grants are usually over $4,000, with no set maximum grant amount for this category. However, overall program funding is limited, and value for money is considered in the assessment process.

The assessment and notification of outcomes will be divided into three batches during the year. Each batch will contain applications that have been submitted to the grant opportunity over the preceding period. For example, the first batch will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity between the opening date of the application period and 3 July 2019. The second batch will contain all applications submitted to the grant opportunity over the next four months, ending 6 November 2019, and so on.

https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/saluting-their-service-commemorations-program

 

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Ongoing Grants

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Defence Family Support Funding Program (FSFP)

Eligible to:     Not-for Profits

Funding:         $Unspecified

Round:            Ongoing

The Family Support Funding Program (FSFP) provides grant funding to community organisations who can deliver support and services of value to Defence families and the community they live in.

FSFP provides funding to not-for-profit organisations to:

  • Support Defence families to engage with their local communities by:
    • facilitating learning opportunities and promoting personal growth, wellbeing, and support child and youth development
    • creating opportunities to form new friendships and networks and share information and ideas to help them manage the demands of military life
  • Support community capacity building and partnerships by:
    • developing new initiatives in response to emerging needs and priorities identified within the Defence community
    • identifying and nurturing partnership opportunities to support the delivery for a strengthened sense of community for Defence families

Any incorporated not-for-profit organisation can apply for an FSFP grant, provided they can demonstrate their commitment and ability to deliver local community programs or projects with a strong focus on supporting Defence families and the Defence community.

The FSFP provides single and multi-year grants. Multi-year grants are available in two or three year funding terms.

Single-year grants are the default arrangement. Organisations wishing to be considered for multi-year funding must have demonstrated track record of strong governance.

Applications will be prioritised according to how strongly they meet the aims and selection criteria.

http://www.defence.gov.au/dco/community/fsfp/

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Early Childhood Training Subsidies

Eligible to:     Individuals | Businesses | Not-for Profits

Funding:         $Unspecified

Round:            Ongoing

To reduce the cost of training, the following early childhood skill sets are available to educators with a Certificate lll or higher qualification through the Queensland Government’s Higher ?Level Skills? program:

Team Leader Skills Set (CHCSS00091)

Building inclusive practices in early childhood education and care (CHCSS00072)

- Supporting children with complex needs (CHCSS00090)

https://qed.qld.gov.au/earlychildhood/educators/our-initiatives/early-childhood-training-subsidies?

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With One Voice Community Choir Start -up Grants

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits | Businesses | Unincorporated Groups | Schools | Individuals

Funding:         $10,000

Round:            Ongoing

The purpose of this grant is to enable individuals and community groups to develop sustainable With One Voice Social Franchises through establishing a community choir.

Creativity Australia is offering grants of up to $10,000 to people or groups who are wanting to start their own With One Voice choir. Only 10 of these grants are available, and all must be awarded before 30 June 2019.

Applications will be assessed on a first-come basis. You are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible.

Local community groups, social businesses and not-for-profits wanting to promote social inclusion and tackle loneliness, isolation, depression and disadvantage in their community are invited to apply.

http://www.creativityaustralia.org.au/choirs/start/

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Cyber Security Small Business Grants

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits | Businesses

Funding:         $1 - $2,100

Round:            Ongoing

The objective of this grant opportunity is to support small businesses across Australia to have their cyber security tested by a CREST approved provider.

https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/cyber-security-small-business-program

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Sport And Recreation Disaster Recovery Program (SRDRP)

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits 

Funding:         $0 - $20,000

Round:            Ongoing

The Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program (program) supports not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations with funding to re-establish their facilities and activities after extreme natural events, including flooding and associated damage.

https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/disaster-recovery

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Community Child Care Fund Special Circumstances Grant

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits | Businesses

Funding:         Total Pool of $4,000,000

Round:            Ongoing

The objective of the CCCF Special Circumstances Grant Opportunity is to support continuity of child care, in particular in disadvantaged or vulnerable communities, where service viability is affected by an unforeseen factor outside the control of the service.

https://www.education.gov.au/cccfspecialcircs

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Data Science Strategy

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits

Funding:     $Undisclosed

Round:          Ongoing

TITAN's Free Data Science Strategy program matches organisation's with a data scientist on a sizeable project. 

https://www.titan.org.au/free-data-science-strategy

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Match Funds and Website Grants

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits

Funding:     $1000

Round:          Ongoing

Match Funds and Website Grants aims to help charities turn their websites from a brochure site into a data-driven website, marketing and fundraising tool. 

https://www.titan.org.au/titan-mentorship-from-a-philanthropist

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Mentorship From a Philothropist

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits

Funding:        $ Undisclosed

Round:          Ongoing

Titan mentorship is looking to buddy up Titans with charities where they could make a real difference to a particular challenge your organisation is facing.

https://www.titan.org.au/match-fund-and-website-build

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Regional Employment Trials

Eligible to:     Businesses | Local Governments | Not-for-profits

Funding:        $7,500 - $200,000

Round:          Ongoing

The Regional Employment Trials program provides local stakeholders in selected regions, including businesses, not-for-profits and local government agencies, with grants to trial local approaches to delivering employment related projects. Regions are primarily based on Regional Development Australia boundaries, unless indicated otherwise.

https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/regional-employment-trials

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Farm Business Analysis Assistance

Eligible to:     Businesses

Funding:        Undisclosed

Round:          Ongoing

Farm Business Analysis Assistance is administered by the Farm Debt Restructure Office (FDRO) within the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority (QRIDA).

FDRO assists primary producers experiencing financial distress by providing independent expert financial information and analysis of their farm business.

http://www.qrida.qld.gov.au/fdro

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Youth Jobs PaTH

Eligible to:     Businesses

Funding:        $1,000 - $10,000

Round:          Ongoing

Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) is a flexible program that prepares young people for work and makes it easier for businesses to find great employees. You can trial a young person for 4 to 12 weeks in an internship so you can both be sure they're the right fit for your business. And because the trials are voluntary, you know they are motivated and eager to work.

https://jobsearch.gov.au/path#section-employers

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Public Rural Crisis Fund: Drought, flood, fire, and family crisis support

Eligible to:     Businesses | Not-for-profits | Individuals

Funding:        $0 to $5,000

Round:          Ongoing

Born from the need to assist women and families during times of crisis, the Public Rural Crisis Fund has been an initiative of the Queensland Country Women’s Association since 1990. This fund not only supports families suffering from drought, flood or fire but is for all families experiencing any type of crisis.

http://www.qcwa.org.au/what-we-do/public-rural-crisis-fund/

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Maker Projects Steam B: Community Capability Building

Eligible to:     Not-for-profits | Universities

Funding:        $5,000 to $20,000

Round:          Ongoing

The Maker Projects element aims to foster creativity and inquiry based learning in Australian schools and communities through the establishment of:

  • maker spaces in schools where students can apply their STEM knowledge, develop entrepreneurial skills, and gain experience in working with emerging and advancing technologies
  • STEM-related events delivered in partnership with industry for the benefit of youth under 18 years of age.

https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/inspiring-australia-science-engagement/maker-projects-stream-b

The Community Heritage Grants (CHG) program aims to identify Australian cultural heritage collections which are publicly accessible, locally held and nationally significant.