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Canon Oceania Grants is a new grants program for schools and not-for-profit groups who are addressing both social and environmental issues in their community and inspiring change for future generations. The grants offer four grants of Canon equipment in-kind across Australia.

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The Bennelong Foundation aims to enhance community wellbeing and provide opportunities for positive and lasting change in our community. Applications are now open for the foundation’s October 2017 grant round. The foundation’s grants are offered in seven key areas of focus. Current priority focus areas are education, training and employment;

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Sunsuper’s Dreams for a Better World offers a total annual grant pool of $150,000 to help community groups and not-for-profit organisations make their dreams for a better world a reality. The program has four rounds each year, each with a different theme. Round 3 is currently open and has the theme "Sport and Education". 

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Applications are open for funding for communities to develop Local Drug Action Teams (LDATs). The LDAT program is about building partnerships that focus on primary prevention work in the community. Grants of $10,000 are available to develop a new LDAT or implement activities. To receive the grant, the teams must first be awarded LDAT status. 

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The Yates Junior Landcare Garden Grants program is offering fifteen grants for fun, hands-on garden projects that will help young people learn about gardening, sustainability and the natural environment. Schools, childcare centres and youth groups can apply. The grants each offer $1,500 in funding, $500 of Yates garden products and a consultation

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Energy Consumers Australia’s grants program seeks to fund high-quality and innovative research and advocacy initiatives that have potential to deliver outcomes that will benefit the long-term interests of energy consumers in the National Energy Market. Applicants must be able to show that their proposal will build knowledge and capacity

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Applications are now open for the nineteenth round of Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) Grants. These grants support medium- to long-term industry-led collaborations to develop important new technologies, products and services. CRC grants solve industry problems and deliver tangible outcomes.