The Australian Government is inviting applications via an open process to deliver services under the Strengthening Communities/Community Development Participation/Digital Literacy for Older Australians (DLOA): National Network Manager from 1 June 2017 to 30 June 2020. Funding will be offered to one organisation as a result of this process.
Applications are now open for Fairfield City Council’s Social Change through Creativity Grant Program. The program encourages and supports creative-based projects that include and address issues of importance in the community. The awarded projects must meet all of the grant selection criteria and at least one grant priority area.
ClubGRANTS allow community groups to apply for project funding that supports local needs through the following: community welfare and social services; community development; community health services; and employment assistance activities, including social enterprise. Through the ClubGRANTS program, large community clubs are required to contribute
Applications are now open for the Hawesbury ClubGRANTS program. This community development funding program is sponsored by local registered clubs and coordinated by Hawkesbury City Council. The scheme offers funding for projects and organisations in the areas of community welfare and social services, community development,
International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) and International Family Equality Day (IFED) are encouraging people to hold events between 7 May and 17 May to celebrate diversity and raise the visibility of rainbow families. ACON is offering small grants to 10 groups and organisations in NSW for events
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a $5 million grants program to help disability support providers to transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Applications are now open for the second funding round, TAP2, which will focus on growing the disability market in NSW through projects that promote service expansion and conversion.
Liverpool City Council is offering Quick Response grants of up to $1,000 to support a range of small-scale initiatives for local residents or organisations. These grants are offered to help increase participation in academic, cultural and environmental fields, for essential emergency support, and for donations via schools