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Grants & Awards

Strengthening Rural Communities - Small & Vital Grants Program
Mar
26
to Jan 17

Strengthening Rural Communities - Small & Vital Grants Program

Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal gives small rural, regional and remote communities across Australia the opportunity to access funds that can benefit and help secure their future prosperity.

Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) Small and Vital grants can be used for a wide range of purposes including:
- Delivering activities, programs and services;
- Purchasing or hiring equipment and materials;
- Community infrastructure projects;
- Operational and administrative costs associated with your project will be considered. This could include wages, paying a skilled contractor, or paying for overhead costs incurred in the project’s delivery.

Applications must clearly demonstrate a focus on one activity from the following seven activity areas.
1. Building community resilience
2. Developing organisational resilience and capacity
3. Enhancing environmental sustainability
4. Fostering cultural vibrancy
5. Lifelong learning and education
6. Economic strength
7. Improving community health and social wellbeing

The following applications will be prioritised:
- Projects initiated and delivered by local community groups.
- Applications from communities fewer than 15,000 people.
- Organisations that do not have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Tax status.

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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NSW Environmental Trust & NSW EPA - Aboriginal Land Clean Up & Prevention Program
Mar
26
to Sep 26

NSW Environmental Trust & NSW EPA - Aboriginal Land Clean Up & Prevention Program

The NSW Environmental Trust & NSW EPA Aboriginal Land Clean Up & Prevention Project funds projects which deliver an integrated approach to combat illegal dumping through active engagement and collaboration between government, land managers and local communities.

Under Waste Less Recycle More Extension the Aboriginal Land Clean Up and Prevention (ALCUP) aims to
- Reduce the impacts of illegal dumping on Aboriginal land through clean up and prevention activities
- Build and maintain collaborative approaches and partnerships to help manage and reduce the occurrence of illegal dumping
- Integrate deterrence, surveillance and monitoring measures and community education to prevent illegal dumping activities on Aboriginal land
- Incorporate cultural activities that enable Aboriginal people to care for Country, engage in knowledge sharing and gain skills and employment in land management

The priorities for the funding reflect the EPA's commitment to deliver an integrated approach to combat illegal dumping through active engagement and collaboration between government, land managers and local communities.

Eligible applicants:
- NSW Local Aboriginal Land Councils;
- local councils;
- government agencies;
- non-governmental organisations;
- consultants and
- other entities working in partnership with a Local Aboriginal Land Council.

The program will remain open until grant funds are exhausted or until 5pm on 30 September 2019.

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships
Apr
2
to Apr 30

Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships

Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships

Supports Australian scientists, community organisations and individuals in developing projects across the key areas of science, environment, adventure and community.

Each calendar year the Australian Geographic Society donates generously to maintain its programme of sponsorship of Australian adventurers, scientific and environmental research, and community projects. Over the years it has spent much time and effort supporting Australian endeavour in all these fields.

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Project Sponsorships are on offer (grants up to $10,000 in four categories: science, environment, adventure, community).

Twice yearly, up to $30,000 is made available for Australian Geographic Society Project Grants. Funding provided by the Society for Project Sponsorship target all four Project Categories. Each application will be assessed against the following criteria:
- What is the aim of the project/event?
- How will the project/event benefit the local community/Australians?
- Is the project consistent with the aims of the Society?
- How will the recipient communicate the goals of the project to a wide audience?

Please note that a maximum of $10,000 can be allocated to any one project, however the majority of project sponsorships given are for less than this amount. The average project sponsorship is for $1500.

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships
May
6
to Nov 30

Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships

Australian Geographic Society Project Sponsorships

Supports Australian scientists, community organisations and individuals in developing projects across the key areas of science, environment, adventure and community.

Each calendar year the Australian Geographic Society donates generously to maintain its programme of sponsorship of Australian adventurers, scientific and environmental research, and community projects. Over the years it has spent much time and effort supporting Australian endeavour in all these fields.

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Project Sponsorships are on offer (grants up to $10,000 in four categories: science, environment, adventure, community).

Twice yearly, up to $30,000 is made available for Australian Geographic Society Project Grants. Funding provided by the Society for Project Sponsorship target all four Project Categories. Each application will be assessed against the following criteria:
- What is the aim of the project/event?
- How will the project/event benefit the local community/Australians?
- Is the project consistent with the aims of the Society?
- How will the recipient communicate the goals of the project to a wide audience?

Please note that a maximum of $10,000 can be allocated to any one project, however the majority of project sponsorships given are for less than this amount. The average project sponsorship is for $1500.

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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ANZ Staff Foundation Grants
Jun
1
to Jun 30

ANZ Staff Foundation Grants

ANZ Staff Foundation Grants aims to support projects run by charitable organisations which offer a direct and tangible benefit to local communities.

The ANZ Staff Foundation provides grants of up to $5,000 to community projects that relate to one or more of the following areas:
- Education and employment: Examples of suitable projects may include purchasing educational resources for communities or programs that help people prepare for employment
- Urban and rural economic and social divides: Examples of suitable projects may include developing and distributing educational materials to remote communities or programs that seek to connect isolated community members
- Financial capability: Examples of suitable projects may focus on improving financial literacy or money saving capability
- Urban sustainability: Examples of suitable projects may include environmental education programs or revegetation programs.

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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Ian Potter Foundation Environment & Conservation Grants
Mar
25
to Apr 17

Ian Potter Foundation Environment & Conservation Grants

The Ian Potter Foundation aims to support Australian urban and rural communities to better manage our natural resources and preserve biodiversity in the face of challenges such as land degradation, limited water resources and climate change.

The Program considers large grants ($100,000 and over) within two themes:
- Fostering biodiversity
- Water and/or land management.

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Projects that have a strong volunteer component, work with multiple stakeholders, promote sustainable approaches to agriculture and/or incorporate a strong science underpinning will be viewed more favourably.

Under the terms of the deed of The Ian Potter Foundation and Australian taxation laws, The Ian Potter Foundation can only make grants to organisations with BOTH Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Item 1 and Tax Concession Charity (TCC) status.

Applicants must speak to the Program Manager prior to submitting their Expression of Interest (EOI).

Click here to view full funding guidelines on the provider's website.

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Friends of Grasslands 2019 Small Grants Project
Mar
12
to Apr 15

Friends of Grasslands 2019 Small Grants Project

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Friends of Grasslands is offering a small number of grants of $500 to $1,500 each in 2019, to support projects that promote investment in the understanding and management of grassy ecosystems. Any individual or organisation can apply.

Closing date for applications is 15 April 2019

Full details of the grant are available at the Friends of Grasslands Website and you can download the Application Form here.

Notifications of application outcomes are expected to be made by the end of May 2019. Grant funding will be made available to successful applicants based on their project implementation timelines.

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