TCR into Frailty in Hospital Care

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Universities 

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 30 January 2019

This Targeted Call for Research (TCR) aims to encourage research that addresses how frail persons can be supported to avoid hospitalisations, receive optimal care when admitted, and achieve the best health recovery outcomes, through integrated and coordinated in- and post-hospital interventions.

This TCR aims to support research that addresses the following question: How can frail persons be supported to safely avoid hospitalisations, receive optimal care when admitted and achieve the best health recovery outcomes through integrated and coordinated in- and post-hospital interventions?

NHMRC invites proposals for collaborative and multidisciplinary research, to avoid duplication of effort and to develop synergies between researchers, clinicians and health systems (community, residential and hospital care settings).

Aims of implementing the call are to:

  1. Encourage research across a range of disciplines and sectors to generate evidence for new or improved interventions and models of care to improve hospital outcomes and well-being of patients with frailty within elderly or other affected age groups. 
  2. Promote and advocate for the accelerated translation of evidence-based interventions including increasing the uptake of already existing evidence-based approaches to community, residential and hospital care settings and organisational and government policies, to improve hospital outcomes and well-being of patients with frailty within elderly or other affected age groups.
  3. Encourage research that develops tools to identify risk factors for ‘becoming frail’ to allow earlier decision making on treatment options for effective and cost effective models of care.
  4. Build Australia’s capability for research into the health and well-being of frailty within elderly or other affected age groups.
  5. Up to $5 million has been allocated to support a small number of research projects identified via this call. Funding will be provided to the top ranked applications until the allocated funding is expended. The number of projects funded therefore depends on the size of the grants.

    Funding will be available for any period of up to five years over the period 2019-2023.


MRFF: Keepng Australians out of Hospital Grants

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

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 30 January 2019

This grant opportunity under the MRFF Keeping Australians Out of Hospital program will support research into evidence-based, implementable and scalable preventive health solutions that can result in outcomes to prevent the development of, or promote better management of complex and chronic health conditions, improve quality of life for people with these conditions and keep them out of hospital.

The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF), established under the Medical Research Future Fund Act 2015 (MRFF Act), provides grants of financial assistance to support health and medical research and innovation to improving the health and wellbeing of Australians.

Competitive applications will: 

  • build on research outputs that have proven to be effective at a local level; 
  • have a strong implementation component in the study design; 
  • address critical knowledge and evidence gaps in Australia; and 
  • have strong involvement with the community and other service providers who can help with the specific requirements of the target population.

Currently, $11.7 million from the MRFF is available for this grant opportunity. It is anticipated that 5 – 10 applications will be funded.

Funding will be available over a period of up to three years to 2020-21, unless applications specify a shorter period.

Applicants are encouraged to seek strategic partnerships involving organisations whose decisions and actions affect Australians' health, health policy and health care delivery in way that improve the health of Australians. They include organisations such as:

  • those working in federal, state, territory or local government – in the health portfolio or in other areas affecting health, such as economic policy, urban planning, education or transport 
  • those working in the private sector such as employers, private health insurance providers or private hospitals 
  • non-government organisations and charities 
  • community organisations such as consumer groups 
  • healthcare providers, and/or 
  • professional groups. Partnerships with an overseas partner organisation are acceptable, provided the objectives of the grant opportunity are fully met.


Community Conservation Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Individuals | State/Territory Governments

Funding:       $0 - $10,000

Round:          Closes 31 January 2019

The purpose of our Community Conservation Grants is to assist in the protection of Australia's native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage.

Grants are available for both field projects and education programs that have a direct outcome for nature conservation in Australia. All proposals are evaluated by FNPW's Projects Committee based on funding priorities, funds available and quality and quantity of projects submitted.

FNPW may support approved projects through untied funds that belong to FNPW, or it may choose to run a targeted public appeal or seek third party sponsorship for the project.

FNPW Community Conservation Grants aim to fund urgent and high priority projects in the following Focus Areas:

Land and Water - Protection, restoration, rehabilitation and revegetation of degraded habitats to ensure their ability to sustain native species.

Threatened Species - Scientific research with tangible conservation outcomes and on-ground works to conserve Australia’s threatened species.

Cultural Heritage - Conserving and celebrating Australia’s cultural heritage as part of the gift we leave to future generations.

Parks for People - Improving National Park facilities for the enjoyment of all, to foster and encourage the appreciation of nature.


Family Support Funding Program (FSFP)

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits 

Funding:       $2,000 - $75,000

Round:          Closes 07 February 2019

Through the Family Support Funding Program (FSFP) community organisations can apply for a grant to 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.


Learning in Action Program

Eligible to:    Schools | Individuals

Funding:       $Undisclosed - $7040

Round:          Closes 08 February 2019

AgriFutures Australia and are once again joining forces to deliver an exciting education program that teaches high school students in rural and regional Australia how to solve problems facing agriculture, using innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset.

After the success of last year’s pilot program, AgriFutures Australia will once again be investing in seven selected schools across the country to participate in the Entrepreneurial Learning in Action program.

AgriFutures Australia will provide seven Australian Secondary Schools with funding of $7,040* ex GST each, which covers:

  • partial funding* of the Entrepreneurial Learning in Action Program, including all course materials, agriculture-specific case studies, connections with local business, and ongoing support from the Education and Program Director;
  • a 2-day professional development course for two teachers per school selected to deliver the program;
  • a school visit by the Founder and CEO, as well as the Education and Program Director, to officially launch the program at a school assembly in front of students, staff and guests;

*Schools will be required to privately fund or secure funding from other sources to cover the remaining program delivery cost of $4,250* exc GST that will be payable to prior to commencement of the program.

The online application should be completed by a teacher or nominated member of staff from the school. If you are a student or parent, please encourage your school to apply.


Queensland - Smithsonian Fellowship Program

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

Funding:       $0 - $25,000

Round:          Closes 25 February 2019

The Queensland-Smithsonian Fellowships Program funds fellows from Queensland's research, education and cultural sectors to visit and complete a project at the Smithsonian Institution.

The Queensland-Smithsonian Fellowships support a diverse range of projects, including those in the natural sciences, the arts, education or museum management.

The objective of the program is to enable Fellows to increase their knowledge and skills in their chosen field, and apply these to benefit their work and the Queensland agencies that employ them.

Proposed Fellows must work in an area of mutual interest with the Smithsonian Institution that is aligned with the target investment areas outlined below.

Queensland Government funding of up to $25,000 (excluding GST) is available for the nominated fellow to travel to the USA for a project ranging from 8 to 16 weeks in duration.

Target investment areas

Fellowship proposals addressing the following target investment areas are sought.

  • Protecting our biodiversity and heritage: marine and terrestrial.
  • Developing clean, sustainable energy production.
  • Building resilience and managing climate risk, particularly in tropical environments.
  • Ensuring sustainable water use, including collecting water quality data to inform research.
  • Developing and applying digitally-enabled technologies, including advanced modelling.
  • Growing the public value of arts, in particular, community access and understanding of art.
  • Strengthening the cultural tourism role of museums in attracting visitors to a region.


Community Assist's Community Grants Program

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Schools

Funding:       $0 - $300

Round:          Closes 27 February 2019

EPIC’s Community Grants program aims to help level the playing field for people with disability, and create communities which value and welcome people with disability.

We have almost 200 local sponsorships available each year, valued at $300 (excluding GST) each! Check out the below dates to see when to apply for your Community Grant for the 2018-19 financial year.

EPIC will consider sponsoring initiatives that:

  • benefit people with disability
  • provide opportunities for EPIC to connect with potential job seekers and employers.


Veteran and Community Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Unincorporated Groups

Funding:       $0 - $50,000

Round:          Closes 28 February 2019

The Small Grants Program assists Catholic organisations and other groups carrying out Catholic mission anywhere in Australia. These grants will help them respond to current and emerging needs in their local communities.

Funding can be applied to any initiative designed to support one (or more) of these key areas:

  • Young people experiencing educational disadvantage.
  • Refugees and people seeking asylum.
  • Families affected by mental illness.
  • Those affected by domestic violence.

The committee is particularly interested in supporting:

  • Small community organisations.
  • Social enterprise initiatives that attempt to provide a sustainable source of engagement and income for those involved.
  • Initiatives where the grant forms part of a project budget of less than $100,000.


Small Grants Program

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits

Funding:       $0 - $10,000

Round:          Closes 28 February 2019

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 $2,165,000.00 available for the 2018-19 financial year. Projects are funded up to a limit of $50,000 per grant.

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.


Tennis Hot Shots Community Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits |Schools

Funding:       $10,000 - $10,000

Round:          Closes 28 February 2019

To support the tennis community and to help it grow by providing funding to tennis clubs and venues across Australia.

ANZ is helping make Aussie tennis greater by giving out 20 x $10,000 grants to tennis clubs and venues around the country through the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots community grants program.

Nominate now and tell ANZ what your tennis club or venue would do with $10,000. No matter how big or small your club is, you could have a chance to win.

You can nominate a tennis club, tennis centre, school, association or other tennis venue affiliated with Tennis Australia which delivers ANZ Tennis Hot Shots to receive a tennis grant.


Discovery Indigenous Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Universities

Funding:       $30,000 - $500,000

Round:          Closes 28 February 2019

Discovery Indigenous grants provide grant funding to support research projects led by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researcher.

Discovery Indigenous grants include support for Discovery Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Awards (DAATSIAs) which are fellowships available to eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers.

The objectives of the Discovery Indigenous grant opportunity are to:

  • support excellent basic and applied research and research training by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers as individuals and as teams; 
  • develop the research expertise of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers; 
  • support and retain established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers in Australian higher education institutions; and 
  • expand Australia’s knowledge base and research capability.


General Fund Grant

Eligible to:   Not-for-Profits 

Funding:       $ 0 - $30,000

Round:          Closes 13 March, 2019

The QCF Capacity Building Grants assist charities develop their structures, systems, people and skills in order to deliver improved outcomes.

Typically, capacity building focuses on education and training, recruiting, maintaining or recognising volunteers, information technology support systems, training, and planning and governance which may include strategic plans, constitution reviews or board appraisals.

The 2019 grant round will focus on mid-tier organisations promoting social cohesion and fostering community integration, primarily in the arts, the environment including but not limited to drought, and indigenous languages.

Eligible organisations can apply for funding of up to $30,000.


Education Funding

Eligible to:   Not-for-Profits 

Funding:       $ 0 - $30,000

Round:         EOI Closes 17 April, 2019

The Ian Potter Foundation Education program focuses on improving outcomes for children aged 0-8 years acknowledging that early interventions have the greatest long-term impact. 

The Ian Potter Foundation Education program focuses on improving educational outcomes for children (0–8 years) through initiatives in early childhood and the early years of primary school.


  • To support innovative programs delivered to young children (ages 0–8) that aim to improve school readiness (as measured by the AECD) and/or foster parental engagement in their children's learning
  • To support the development of evidence and shared measurement tools for the early childhood sector.

The Foundation only considers grant applications in excess of $100,000 in this program area.

Applicants are required to speak with a Program Manager before submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI).

The Foundation rarely awards the full amount of any project. Please ensure that you have alternative providers of funding, and that your application clearly considers any possible grant from the Foundation in this context. They are unlikely to fund 100% of a project cost.

Details of previous Education grants can be found in the Foundation's Grants Database.

The online application can only be accessed when a funding round is open.


Health and Education Grants

Eligible to:   Not-for-Profits 

Funding:        $0 - $20,000

Round:          Closes 15 March, 2019

The Foundation seeks to positively impact and enhance the lives of Australians and will support those organisations who demonstrate they can make meaningful and lasting contributions to the community.

The current areas of focus is for programs that support health & well being and the education of children and youth.

Although the Foundation does not specify a minimum or maximum funding amount, it generally provides small donations up to $20,000.

The Foundation has two rounds of funding per annum. 

  • The first round opens on 1st February and closes at 5pm Melbourne time on 15th March. 
  • The second round opens on 1st August and closes at 5pm Melbourne time on 15th September.

Any application (including all supporting documentation) received after a round of funding has closed will not be considered.

Notification will be provided to both successful and unsuccessful applicants by the end of June and December respectively.


International Relations Grants: Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR)

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

Funding:        $10,000 - $50,000

Round:          Closes 28 March, 2019

COALAR grants are part of the International Relations Grants Program and are intended to provide seed funding to innovative projects relevant to the aims and objectives of the Council. This includes proposals which demonstrate potential for the development of long term linkages between individuals and institutions in Australia and their counterparts in Latin America.

The objectives of the Council on Australia Latin America Relations are:

  • Enhanced and strengthened links between Australia and Latin America, particularly in the areas of mutual economic support (encompassing two way trade and investment), education, sustainability and applied research, sport, culture and tourism, aligned closely with the policy of economic diplomacy 
  • Closer engagement at a corporate level between Australia and Latin America 
  • Increased engagement with and understanding of Australia in Latin America, and of Latin America in Australia and 
  • The provision of advice to government about opportunities that will enhance the Australia – Latin America relationship.

The Council supports activities that promote:

  • Latin America and Australia’s business capabilities, including in integrated management of energy, water, sustainability, agriculture and mining – and in development of infrastructure; building – where possible on opportunities to extend interest and linkages between Australia and Latin America on public policy issues and administration 
  • Australia’s economic credentials in terms of the ways and means by which Australian governments and public sectors facilitate the sound operation and growth of the Australian economy 
  • Australia as a competitive, high quality tourist destination 
  • Australia’s profile as a competitive and high quality provider of education and that encourage linkages between Australian schools, TAFEs, colleges and universities with Latin American institutions 
  • Showcasing Australia's academic and science institutions as a potential source of direct or collaborative research and innovation where capabilities and strengths align with Latin American institutions. Tropical medicine and agribusiness, health, innovation and the digital economy have been highlighted as of current interest 
  • public diplomacy and cultural activities in Latin America which showcase Australia as a diverse and dynamic society – and a willing collaborator – in performing arts, visual arts, literature, fashion and food among others and 
  • supporting sports diplomacy and cooperation activities in Latin America that create or extend linkages and exchange from community to elite level.


Family and Communities Funding

Eligible to:   Not-for-Profits | Businesses | Not-for-Profits

Funding:        $30,000 - $350,000

Round:          Closes 29 March, 2019

Applicants can apply for funding of between $30,000 (12 month project) up to $350,000 for a two (2) to three (3) year program.

The Foundation's two key priority areas for funding are Families and Communities, and projects which may focus on -

Health and Wellbeing Initiatives  
For example:

  • Practical Interventions aimed at strengthening family health, nutrition and lifestyle (current partner University of Newcastle’s Healthy Youngsters Healthy Dads program);
  • Research designed to provide insight and answers to some of society’s most pressing health problems (current partner Hunter Medical Research Institute’s Modafinil stroke recovery trial).

Education, Employment and Training Initiatives  
For example: 

  • Programs aimed at supporting young adults to remain engaged in mainstream educational opportunities (current partner Clontarf Foundation’s Academy program for Indigenous young males);
  • Activities designed to assist the disadvantaged and marginalised to gain skills and/or qualifications (current partner OzHarvest’s NEST program).


Harcourts Foundation Grants

Eligible to:   Not-for-Profits 

Funding:        $Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 31 March, 2019

No matter the size of your organisation, the Harcourts Foundation not only gives back to those affected by large scale cataclysmic disasters but to charitable community organisations or assists with helping individuals in need. 

  • Grants applications must be requested for a specific event, project or initiative.
  • Requests for the event, project, item, or initiative must be scheduled to occur within four months of the upcoming Grant decision meeting date (meetings are held in the month following the end of the quarter).
  • Grants will not be given for items already purchased or events/initiatives/projects already held.
  • If the Grant is not used for the purpose for which it was applied, we will request that you return it so we can provide it to another deserving group.
  • We may ask for supporting documents such as quotes, references etc.
  • If you are a branch of an organisation where another branch has been successful in achieving a Grant from us in the past, this does not mean you automatically qualify for a Grant. Each application will be considered independently based on funds available and circumstances at the time.
  • If you are successful, please do not apply within the next 18 months, as we would like to assist other organisations.
  • You may apply as a national or regional organisation, however your application must be for a specific community event, project, item, or initiative that fits the criteria.


Eureka Prizes

Eligible to:  Businesses | Unversities | Not-for-Profits | School | TAFEs | Individuals

Funding:       $ Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 03 May 2019

Presented annually, the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes reward excellence in the fields of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science.

A unique partnership between government organisations, institutions, companies and individuals committed to Australian science.

Presented annually by the Australian Museum in partnership with our sponsors and supporters, the prizes reward excellence in the fields of:

  • research & innovation
  • leadership
  • science engagement
  • school science

Key dates for 2019:

  • 1 February: Entries open
  • 3 May: Entries close 7pm AEST
  • Late July: Finalists announced online
  • 28 August: Winners announced at the Award Dinner


Music Backers Grant Program

Eligible to:  Businesses |  Individuals

Funding:       $ Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 31 May 2019

Through The American Express Music Backers Grant Program aims to provide a boost to the Australian music industry and the fans that support it to help it thrive for many more years to come.

Over the next 12 months American Express are committing to support the Australian music industry by giving music venues, business, artists and fans the opportunity to share in a grant program valued at $1 million.

The Program offers backing through many different ways – it could be financial support, mentorship or other tools to help you fulfil your goals.

How much can I ask for?

It’s up to you. Please be realistic on how much you need to support your initiative as American Express will be looking to back numerous initiatives across the various categories over a 12 months period. Please be specific and itemise where possible.

If you’re selected as a grant recipient, American Express will not be paying you directly. They will work with suppliers we identify that can provide the support you require and settle invoices directly with the suppliers.

There are two ways in which American Express will provide backing to the Australian music industry:

1. You can submit an application to be considered across one of three categories: 

  • You have a Music Venue or Business 
  • You are an Artist or Band 
  • You’re a Music Fan

2. American Express will be on the look-out for initiatives they identify as needing support.


ARTS - RAF Stream: Quick Response Grants

Eligible to:  Not For Profits |  Individuals

Funding:       $0 - $3,000

Round:          Closes 31 May 2019

Quick Response Grants are intended to assist regional artists, arts organisations and communities to take up professional or skills development or small project opportunities.

Applicants can apply for a Quick Response Grant if their small arts or cultural project cannot be funded by any other means because of its nature or timing. This type of grant would also suit individual professional development.

This grant is for regional artists, arts organisations and communities.

Funding applications for up to $3,000 are available.


IndustryTech Funds Awards

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

Funding:       $250,000 - $5,000,000

Round:          Closes 28 June 2019

The Advance Queensland IndustryTech Fund (ITF) aims to accelerate the development and deployment of significant, highly collaborative, industry-based platform technology projects in Queensland to spur innovation-led economic growth.

The ITF aims to deliver a transformative ‘step change’ that speeds the emergence of new products and/or services based on a platform technology, or the convergence of platform technologies, with global potential across 1 or more industry sectors.

Queensland Government funding from a minimum of $250,000 to a maximum of $5 million will be available per project. ITF projects will be funded at a minimum 1:3 ratio of government-to-applicant funding. For example a total project investment of $1 million (i.e. a minimum $250,000 government grant and a $750,000 cash contribution from lead applicants and their partners, excluding GST).

The cash contribution from the lead applicant and their partners may include contributions from governments other than the Queensland Government. However, the cash contribution from private sector sources must be at least 25% of the project costs. The cash contribution must be new investment. Historic or expenses incurred prior to application cannot be counted towards the cash contribution.

Funded projects may span up to 3 years.


Dreams for a Better World Program - Better Business Round

Eligible to:  Businesses

Funding:       $5,000 to $15,000

Round:          Closes 02 August, 2019

Sunsuper's Dreams for a Better World Better Business round helps small businesses make positive change in their local communities. 

Dream big and you could receive a grant to help your business address local issues like housing affordability, unemployment, sustainability, mental health issues or even help boost your local economy. As long as your dream has a direct positive impact on an Australian community we want to hear from you.

If you've been dreaming of starting a project or need more resources to get the job done, a small business grant could be the helping hand your local business needs to make a lasting and positive change in your community.


2018 winners:

Autism Swim: an international, social enterprise of experts specialising in wandering and drowning prevention for those with ASD and other abilities.

Brett Phillips Dental: local dental practice in Gaydon's Building, first built in 1894 and is arguably one of the oldest running dental surgeries in Australia. As the local dentist for nearly 25 years, Brett's dream is to improve the dental health of his community, Childers, which has one of the lowest socio-economic profiles in Australia.

GG's Flowers & Hampers: a social enterprise florist and gift hamper business providing meaningful employment for people with special needs.


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:


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.


Ongoing Grants



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)


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.