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Mobile Black Spot Program

Eligible to:    Businesses

Funding:       $Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 10 December 2018

The Mobile Black Spot Program is the Australian Government’s initiative to extend and improve mobile phone coverage and competition, particularly in regional and remote areas of Australia.


Family Relationships Advice Line  (FRAL) Delivery Services Funding

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

Funding:       $ Undisclosed

Round:          Closes 12 December 2018

The purpose of the grant is for an eligible organisation to deliver and manage a national Family Relationship Advice Line (FRAL) service that achieves the objective outlined below.

The FRAL will run over five years from 2019-20 to 2023-24. Funding will be offered to one organisation as a result of this process.

The Australian Government has announced a total of $44,422,340 (GST exclusive) over five years ($8,884,468 each year) for the FRAL, starting from 1 July 2019. Subject to negotiations, establishment costs of up to 20% of the first year of funding will also be available (that is, up to $1,777,000). However, payment of the establishment funding will be split and paid over two financial years – first payment in 2018-19 (up to $888,500 upon signing of the grant agreement) and the balance paid in 2019-20 (up to $888,500 following commencement of the FRAL services in July 2019).

The maximum grant period is five years.

The FRAL is intended to:

  • meet the Australian Government’s broader policy objective to enhance the family law system’s capacity to respond to the needs of separated families, in particular vulnerable families with complex needs
  • be delivered as an integrated service delivering the objectives stated
  • ensure clients receive timely, accurate and streamlined service that meets their individual needs.


Celebrating Multicultural Queensland Project Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Local Governments

Funding:       $0 to $40,000

Round:          Closes 14 December 2018

To engage migrants, refugees and the wider community in building a united, harmonious and inclusive Queensland.

Eligible applicants can apply for funding of up to $40,000 for multicultural projects to be delivered in the 2019–20 financial year.

This funding round is for multicultural projects to be delivered in 2019–2020 that create pathways to participation for migrants and refugees in the cultural, economic, and social life of Queensland, for example:

  • to support migrants and refugees with pathways to employment 
  • to improve understanding of and connections with the history and cultures of Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples 
  • to support community organisations, Councils and local industries to build their capacity to be responsive and inclusive of migrants and refugees 
  • to increase participation of migrants and refugees in community associations, service clubs and sporting groups. 


Sexual Violence Prevention Grants

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits

Funding:       $500 to $5,000

Round:          Closes 14 December 2018

Funding is available for community groups and organisations to undertake activities or develop resources that will support Queenslanders to have conversations about sexual violence.

The aim of the grants is to:

  • raise awareness and continue the conversation around sexual violence in Queensland communities
  • challenge misconceptions about sexual violence and promote community respect and support for victims and survivors of sexual violence
  • clearly communicate that sexual violence is not accepted and will not be tolerated in Queensland communities
  • educate friends, family, workplaces, sporting groups and other community groups on how to speak up against sexual violence and respond to victims and survivors who have disclosed sexual violence.

Funding of $500 to $5,000 per activity is available for activities that will address any form of sexual violence (including, but not limited to, sexual harassment, technology-facilitated abuse, sexual assault and rape, youth sexual violence and child sexual abuse) experienced by women, men, young people and children.

Applications which include a particular focus on cohorts experiencing additional vulnerability to sexual violence (e.g. young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTIQ+ communities, CALD communities) are particularly encouraged.


Boosting Dementia Research Grants: Implementing Dementia Risk Reduction and Prevention Research

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Universities

Funding:       $0 to $2,000,000

Round:          Closes 19 December 2018

This call will address the challenges in providing dementia risk reduction and prevention treatments and programs by supporting research that will deliver to the Australian community high quality, evidenced-based information on key risk factors of dementia for effective interventions that will decrease the prevalence or delay the onset of dementia. Knowledge translation is central to the initiative, given that research translation remains one of the biggest challenges to dementia risk reduction and prevention.



Boosting Dementia Research Grants: Improving Dementia Data and Methods

Eligible to:    Not-for-profits | Universities

Funding:       $0 to $3,000,000

Round:          Closes 19 December 2018

The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) is part of the Boosting Dementia Research Initiative and will target, co-ordinate and translate the Australian research effort in dementia.

NHMRC has allocated funding to support partnerships of multidisciplinary, national teams to strengthen Australia’s national dementia data assets and capabilities to deliver high quality information and analytic methods for dementia research under the Boosting Dementia Research Grants Scheme: Priority Round 6.

The supported research will:

  • provide new capacity for reliable estimates of dementia incidence and prevalence, by different types of dementia
  • support research toward the development of new prevention, treatment and care measures by Australian researchers, including with international collaborators, and
  • contribute to planning services, monitoring trends, and identifying new markets and areas of need by governments, industry and providers.



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