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GRANTGRANT MAXIMUMCLOSING DATE
Indigenous Languages Grants$20,00029 Oct 2021
Flight Centre Foundation – Giving Grants Program$30,00029 Oct 2021
National Science Week Grants 2022$20,00021 Oct 2021
QLD Remembers Grants$50,00025 Oct 2021
Australian Heritage Grants 2021 – 2022$400,00028 Oct 2021
Mercy Foundation – Grants to End Homelessness$50,00008 Nov 2021
Strong and Resilient Communities (SARC) Activity – Inclusive Communities Grants$360,00015 Nov 2021
The Copland Foundation GrantDependent on application15 Nov each year
DonateLife Community Awareness Grants$50,00019 Nov 2021
Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Grants Program$15,00025 Nov 2021
Environment Restoration Fund – Threatened Species Strategy Aciton Plan – Priority Species Grants$250,00013 Dec 2021
The Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant$10,00025 Jan 2022
Sponsorship Grants for Student Science Engagement and International Competition$15,00025 Jan 2022
Playing Australia: Regional Performing Arts Touring FundDependent on application01 March 2022
Residential Aged Care COVID-19 Employee Vaccination Support GrantDependent on requirementsNo Current End Date
New Business Assistance with NEISNEIS AllowanceNo Current End Date
IOOF Foundation Grant$150,000No Current End Date
Google Ads Grant for non-profits$10k of Google Ads/mthNo Current End Date
Greater Charitable Foundation GrantDependent on applicationNo Current End Date
Roddenberry Catalyst Fund Grant$15,000No Current End Date
Global Innovation Fund$15milNo Current End Date
VFFF Foundation Grant$50,000No Current End Date
Impact Investment Ready Growth Grant$140,000No Current End Date
Screen Australia – Enterprise People$140,000No Current End Date
Black Spot ProgramDependent on requirements 2023-24

Indigenous Languages Grants

The Queensland Government Indigenous Languages Grants 2021 will support a range of activities across Queensland which recognise the importance of promotion, preservation and revival of traditional and contemporary languages in maintaining cultural identity and building the resilience of Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Applications for grants of up to $20,000 (exclusive of GST) are now being accepted:

  • 10 grants x $20,000 for significant impact initiatives
  • 20 grants x $10,000 for local community impact initiatives.

Amount Available: from $10,000 to $20,000
Closing Date:   29 October 2021

Flight Centre Foundation – Giving Grants Program

Eligible projects or initiatives must:
– Make a direct impact to the vulnerable communities within or around Australia.
– Address unmet needs and/or offer unique solutions to social and environmental challenges, aligned to the Foundation’s three principal areas of concern: Care, Crisis and Climate

Eligible applicants must be a charity with Deductible Gift Recipient 1 (DGR1) status from the Australian Taxation Office.

Amount Available: $30,000
Closing Date:   29 October 2021

National Science Week Grant

The objectives of the grant is to support the delivery of science engagement activities during National Science Week 2022, including:

  • inspire wide community participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
  • provide an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Australian scientists to the world of knowledge
  • encourage an interest in science pursuits among the general public
  • encourage younger people to become fascinated by the world we live in.

Amount Available: from $2,000 up to $20,000
Closing Date:  21 October 2021

Queensland Remembers Grants

The grant eligible is for organisations who provide service and support for Queensland veterans and their families.

There are three funding streams: Minor capital works grants; Major capital works grants; and Community grants.

Select the Details button for further information on each stream.

Amount Available: from $1000 up to $50,000
Closing Date:  25 October 2021

Australian Heritage Grants 2021 – 2022

The Australian Heritage Grants Program aims to improve recognition, conservation, preservation and access to the heritage values of National Heritage Listed places. The program also aims to increase community engagement and raise awareness of listed sites.

To be eligible you must: be the site owner of the listed place, or; be the site manager of the listed place and provide the current management arrangements or a current letter of support from the site owner, or have the written support of the site owner and/or site manager of the listed place  where you are not the site owner or site manager

Amount Available: from $25,000 up to $400,000
Closing Date:  28 October 2021

Mercy Foundation – Grants to End Homelessness

The Mercy Foundation Grants to End Homelessness are available for seeding initiatives, services, projects, advocacy and research that will contribute to the goal of ending homelessness by supporting permanent housing, housing first and permanent supportive housing solutions.

Amount Available: From $5,000 up to $50,000
Closing Date: EOI closes 08 November 2021

Strong and Resilient Communities (SARC) Activity – Inclusive Communities Grants

These Grants aim to support vulnerable and disadvantaged people to participate socially and economically through local community-driven solutions that build self-reliance and empowerment. The Grants will focus on supporting people of working age (15-64 years) in geographic areas of high socio-economic disadvantage across all states and territories. This includes addressing barriers to participating in community activities, reducing social isolation, developing soft skills and promoting social and economic participation through funding projects that support:

Activities might include delivery of education and training, mentoring, counselling, and/or programs that build resilience, leadership, self-care and social and/or economic engagement skills.

Amount Available: up to $360,000 for a 2-year project
Closing Date: 15 November 2021

The Copland Foundation

The Copland Foundation Grants fund projects throughout Australia that fall under the umbrella of Alex Copland’s interests, namely:

The study, management, conservation, acquisition, and interpretation of collections;

  1. The study, management, conservation, acquisition and interpretation of relevant historic architecture,
  2. The provision of education programs, whether for staff of such museums, institutions, societies, organisations or for the general public,
  3. The purchase of art works and/or other artefacts, to be identified on public display by the purchaser as a gift from the Copland Foundation.

Amount Available: dependent on requirements
Closing Date: 15 Nov each year

DonateLife Community Awareness Grant

This grant opportunity supports community-based awareness and education activities that contribute to increasing public understanding of and support for organ and tissue donation.

Specifically, it seeks applicants who will work in partnership with the Organ and Tissue Authority to develop and implement broad-reaching national events, media or publicity, or research or education projects.

Amount Available: From $10,000 to $50,000 per year for 3 years
Closing Date: 19 November 2021

Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Grants Program

The grants program provides funding of up to $10,000 for individual applications and $15,000 for joint applications, for community groups and organisations to undertake projects related to truth, healing and reconciling histories of people with lived experience of institutional child abuse, across Queensland communities.

Amount Available: from $10,000 to $15,000
Closing Date: 25 November 2021

Environment Restoration Fund – Threatened Species Strategy Action Plan – Priority Species Grants

This grant is for organisations with on-ground activities that assist efforts to improve the trajectories of priority species. The grant provides funding to undertake activities that will protect, enhance, rehabilitate, recover and/or restore priority species and their habitats.

Amount Available: From $50,000 to $250,000
Open Date: 01 November 2021
Close Date: 13 December 2021

 

The Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant

The grants are to assist talented emerging and early career artists to take up professional development opportunities, usually overseas.

The Trust primarily provides support for structured professional development and networking opportunities overseas such as: Residencies; Mentorships; Study tours which have a clear skills development focus; Private lessons; Internships; Workshops; and Conferences and festivals.

The grant is for travel/projects starting after Friday 29 April 2022

Amount Available: Up to $10,000
Round One Closing Date: 25 January 2022

Next Rounds:
Round Two Open: 14 Mar 2022 | Close: 03 May 2022 | For Projects starting after 21 Oct 2022
Round Three Open: 27 June 2022 | Close: 06 Sept 2022 | For Projects starting after 16 Dec 2022

Sponsorship Grants for Student science engagement and international competitions

The Sponsorship Grants for Student Science Engagement and International Competitions provides funds to sponsor young Australians to take part in-person or virtual in STEM engagement activities, activities and competitions.

Amount Available: from $1,500 to $15,000
Closing Date: 25 January 2022 or when funding is fully allocated

 

Playing Australia: Regional Performing Arts Touring Fund

The grant supports performing arts to reach regional and remote communities across Australia. Grants are available to support the net touring and other designated costs associated with tours. There is no limit on the amount that can be requested.

You can apply for:

  • inter-state and/or intra-state touring costs, including freight, transport, accommodation and travel allowances
  • a contribution towards tour coordination expenses
  • costs associated with re-mounting a work, to be used to demonstrably reduce the performance fee for a presenter or venue
  • a contribution towards costs associated with COVIDSafe delivery of touring. These may be costs of the presenter or costs of the touring party and may include:
    • additional cleaning or staffing costs within venues
    • touring costs for understudies or additional crew in the touring party
    • costs for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) or other safety equipment.

Amount Available: dependent on requirements
Closing Date: 01 March 2022 AEDT (for projects starting after 1 June 2022)

Residential Aged Care COVID-19 Employee Vaccination Support Grant

The Residential Aged Care Employee Support Grant seeks to support the Residential Aged Care Sector (the Sector) in ensuring that all staff within a residential aged care facility are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine whilst minimising the financial impact on the residential aged care provider and the individual employee.  The program will contribute towards costs incurred by eligible residential aged care providers (Providers) supplying or facilitating COVID-19 vaccinations for staff. 

Amount Available: dependent on requirements
Closing Date: no current end date

New Business Assistance with NEIS

New Business Assistance with NEIS provides support to people interested in starting their own business or who need help to refocus an existing micro-business.

You receive: accredited small business training; personalised mentoring and support from a NEIS provider: and an NEIS Allowance for up to 39 weeks and NEIS Rental Assistance for up to 26 weeks (if eligible)

The objective of the grant is to strengthen not-for-profit arts businesses financially and operationally by responding to innovative business ideas that will achieve an organisation’s mission into the future.

This is for Individuals who are interested in starting a business or who need help to refocus an existing micro-business impacted by COVID-19.

Amount Available: NEIS Allowance and NEIS Rental Assistance
Closing Date: no current end date

IOOF Foundation Grant

The IOOF Foundation provides grants that support Australian not-for-profit organisations working with disadvantaged families, disadvantaged children and youth and aged care. To be eligible for funding from IOOF Foundation, your charitable organisation must have an Australian Taxation Office Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) endorsement.
Amount Available: From $10,000 to $150,000
Closing Date: no current end date

Google Ads Grant for Non-Profits

Imagine what you could do with $10,000 USD of in-kind advertising every month from Google Ads, an online advertising solution from Google. You could recruit more volunteers. Attract more donations. And share your story with audiences all over the globe. It’s all possible with Google Ad Grants.

Amount Available: $10,000 USD of in-kind advertisiting every month from Google Ads
Closing Date: no current end date

Roddenberry Catalyst Fund Grant

The Catalyst Fund makes grants between $2,500–$15,000 to anyone, anywhere in the world who has an early-stage idea or project that addresses pressing global challenges.

Amount Available: $2,500 to $15,000
Closing Date: no current end date

Global Innovation Fund Grant

Through grants, loans (including convertible debt) and equity investments ranging from $50,000 to $15 million, we back innovations with the potential for social impact at a large scale, whether they are new technologies, business models, policy practices, technologies or behavioural insights.

We support innovators at all stages of their life cycle, from start-up and pilot-testing through to larger scale implementation. The innovations we fund can be located in any developing country and can focus on any sector relevant to international development, provided they improve the lives of those living on less than $5 a day.
Amount Available: $50,000 to $15 million
Closing Date: no current end date

VFFF Grant

VFFF makes grants to charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). Most of our grants support organisations, rather than projects, so we often fund operational costs, capacity building and infrastructure, especially to enable organisations through critical times of transition or development.

Amount Available: $20,000 to $50,000
Closing Date: no current end date

Impact Investment Ready Growth Grant

The Impact Investment Ready Growth Grant, funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services as part of the Sector Readiness Fund, provides capacity building grants of up to $140,000 to mission-driven for-profit and not-for-profit organisations, allowing them to secure investment capital to scale their social impact.

Amount Available: up to $140,000 
Closing Date: no current end date

Screen Australia – Enterprise People

The aims of Enterprise People are to: Support individuals to take advantage of development opportunities and build sustainable creative screen careers; Share information and experience between industry participants to build capability; and Promote the business opportunities and commercial benefits of gender equity, diversity and inclusion.

Amount Available: Max $70,000 per year for up to 2 years for local career placement and $20,000 for creative career development.
Closing Date: no current end date

Black Spot Program

Nominations for Black Spot locations are invited from state and territory governments, local councils, community groups and associations, road user groups, industry and individuals. On receipt of a completed Black Spot nomination form, the relevant state and territory transport agency will examine the nominated site’s eligibility, and may undertake an economic assessment of a treatment proposal.

Amount Available: Dependent on requirements
Closing Date: Financial year 2023-24

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