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The NDIA is accepting applications for Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Jurisdictional Based Grants (NSW, SA and ACT) in four ILC Activity Areas. Organisations can apply for grants of up to 2 years.

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The Aurora Group’s Small Grants program offers funding to projects that benefit a broad cross-section of the LGBTIQ community. The program offers grants of up to $7,500. Applicants wishing to apply for funding over the value of $5,000 (and up to a maximum of $7,500) must answer an additional question in the application form.

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Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) is seeking proposals for Youth Suicide Prevention within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population in the western Sydney PHN region. The focus of the funding is to seek innovative services that will engage young Aboriginal people and will provide and facilitate access to mental health services.

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The Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) is seeking applications from providers who want to address complex effects of long term methamphetamine use, including psychiatric consequences and blood borne virus risk.

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WentWest, operating as the Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN), is seeking Request for Proposals for Low Intensity psychological supports and services to address the needs of residents within the western Sydney PHN region. Low intensity services provide services to people with, or at risk of, mild mental illness

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Applications for Round Three of the Liveable Communities Grants program are now open. Now in its third year, Round Three of the Liveable Communities Grants program seeks to fund innovative and strategic projects that aim to make local communities more responsive and inclusive of the needs of older people.

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Applications are now open for organisations to apply for the Request for Tender for the Time to Work Employment Service 2018–2021. The Time to Work Employment Service is a new employment service targeted at sentenced adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners.

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency (NDIA) invites organisations to apply for funding under the NDIS Partners in the Community Program (PITC Program) Grant Round Three.

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The Continence Foundation of Australia is offering funding for community organisations to run bladder and bowel health promotion activities and events in their local community. Through the Community Health Promotion Grants Program, community organisations are funded to increase awareness of continence issues