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Grants

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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

New Business Assistance with NEIS

Eligible to:Individuals | Businesses
Funding:$Undisclosed
Round:Ongoing

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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

Youth Jobs PaTH

Eligible to:Businesses
Funding:$1,000 – $10,000
Round:Ongoing

Community Grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Unincorporated Groups
Funding:$2,500
Round:Closes 31 December, 2023

Purpose

Damien Greer Lawyers is inviting organisations via a non-competitive process to apply for a Community Grant in 2023. The Damien Greer Lawyers Community Grant program recognises and celebrates organisations that strive to make a positive impact within their local community.

Overview

If your organisation is eligible, you can apply for a Community Grant of $2,500.

The Community Grant program aims to support organisations that work within their local community and encourage the following values:

  • Helping the community in times of need
  • Building community togetherness and sense of belonging
  • Promoting positive health and wellbeing
  • Supporting community services and groups
  • Nurturing the local environment.

Priority

Damien Greer Lawyers are particularly interested in supporting organisations that align with their company values such as:

  • organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
  • non-government social services organisations
  • registered charities
  • domestic violence support organisations
  • non-government mental health organisations

Applications / Guidelines

Application methods: Online

Contact Details

Queensland Greats Award

Eligible to:Local Governments, Individuals, State/Territory Governments, Not-for-Profits, Businesses
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 16 February, 2024

Purpose

The Queensland Greats Awards recognises extraordinary Queenslanders who have made a long term contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted, the history and development of Queensland.

Overview

The Queensland Greats Awards program honours individuals and institutions whose long-term or lifetime achievements have played a significant role in the history and development of Queensland.

If you know an extraordinary individual or acclaimed institution achieving outstanding things, nominate them today for a Queensland Greats Award.

Nominations are called for the following categories:

  • Individual – For individuals who made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who are exemplary role models on account of their outstanding achievements.
  • Posthumous – To honour deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of, Queensland and who were exemplary role models on account of their achievements.
  • Institution – For organisations operating in Queensland, public or private, regardless of size or industry, that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland. This includes multi-national subsidiaries, partnerships, franchises, non-government associations, community organisations and registered charities.

Contact Details

eNRMC Adoption grant

Eligible to:Not-for-Profits, Local Governments, Businesses, State/Territory Governments
Funding:undisclosed
Round:Closes 28 March, 2024

Purpose

The grant opportunity is designed to help defray the costs associated with implementing a conformant eNRMC product, such as software and hardware costs, change management processes and staff training.

Overview

Up to $30 million (GST Exclusive) will be available for the eNRMC Adoption grant opportunity. The grant opportunity will have three rounds over 2.5 financial years, from 1 July 2022 to 19 December 2024. Each RACS / NAPS ID can only receive one grant over the course of the grant opportunity. Due to the nature of the services they provide or physical requirements, some RACS may have multiple RACS/NAPS IDs. These sites are eligible to receive a grant for each RACS/NAPS ID.

A total of $12.5 million in funding is available within Round 2 of the eNRMC grant opportunity, which will run from 3 July 2023 to 28 March 2024. If funding is expended earlier, the grant round will be closed, and applicants will need to wait for the third and final round to open the following financial year. To encourage early adoption, grant amounts decrease with each subsequent round of the grant opportunity. Details of grant funding and grant amounts for the third and final round will be published in updated Grant Opportunity Guidelines on GrantConnect prior to its commencement.

The value of grants available will be varied. Grant amounts will depend on:

  • The round during which a RACS submits a successful application
  • The remoteness of the RACS as determined by the ABS Remoteness classification
  • The ownership model of the RACS, and
  • Whether the RACS actively participated in the eNRMC trial. Active trial participants are classified as services that signed a deed of agreement with the Department to participate in the trial, were issued an eNRMC trial authorisation number, and were listed within the eNRMC trial legislative instrument.

Contact Details

Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak

Round:Ongoing

This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider.

Looking for tools and information to help your organisation to adapt? Visit www.communitydirectors.com.au/save-our-sector. Here you’ll find free help sheets, policy templates and more, all created to help your organisation to survive, reinvent and sustain itself through the pandemic and beyond.

Want to know how you can help organisations in need? Visit the GiveNow COVID-19 Response page here.

If you’re aware of other grants or assistance that should be listed on this page, please contact service@ourcommunity.com.au.

https://www.fundingcentre.com.au/covid19-financial-assistance/

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

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