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7 May 2015 10:07 AM -

Multicultural Arts & Festivals Grants - DSS

The Australian Government has commenced a selection process to deliver services under the Strengthening Communities – Multicultural Arts and Festivals Grants - Open Funding Round for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.  Funding of up to $5,000 is available for individual projects for events to be held between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016.

Multicultural Arts and Festivals Grants provide community organisations with assistance to host multicultural arts and festivals projects, providing opportunities for Australians of all backgrounds to come together and experience different cultural traditions.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Organisations are eligible to apply.

Applications close: 26 May 2015.

More information and application details

https://www.dss.gov.au/grants/multicultural-arts-festivals-grants-2015

St George Foundation Funding [DGR status required]

St George Foundation focuses on helping smaller community organisations that work to provide a brighter future for socially, economically or physically disadvantaged children. The charities the Foundation funds attract little assistance from the government and are not able to generate significant fundraising income of their own.

To be eligible for funding your organisation will:

  • Focus your efforts on Australian children under the age of 18 years
  • Be located in NSW, ACT, QLD or WA
  • Have an annual gross revenue of less than $3,000,000
  • Receive less than 40% of your income from recurrent state, federal or local government  funding (unless you have an income less than $1million per annum, in which case your  Government funding can exceed 40%)
  • Be endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (but not another ancillary fund). Deductible Gift Recipients must be listed with the Australian Taxation Office under Item 1 of the Table in  Section 30–15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act, 1936.

What the Foundation funds:

  •  Children's projects in NSW, ACT, QLD, WA
  • Early intervention services
  • Youth workers
  • Recreational and respite programs
  • Counselling and therapy
  • Educational equipment and assistance
  • Medical equipment

What the Foundation doesn't fund:

  • Projects or treatments in VIC, TAS, SA, NT or outside Australia
  • Organisations with an income of >$3M pa
  • Organisations who receive >40% of their annual funding from government (unless they have  an income of <$1M pa)
  • Auspiced applications
  • Organisations or projects for religious purposes
  • Sponsorship or fundraising appeals
  • Parenting programs
  • Programs for adults

Applications are considered for grants of up to $50,000.

Applications close: 12 June 2015.

More information and application details

Real Needs Community Grants - Real Insurance [DGR status required]

Real Needs encourages not-for-profit organisations working with children to apply for charitable funding, which will enable them to further aid youth in need. Real Needs aims to make a positive difference by providing charities with grants that assist them to manage programs that help children in need across Australia, and make a real difference to the community by addressing the growing issues faced by Australia’s youth.

Applicants will be eligible for funding if they are:

  • Not-for-profit (must specifically support children under 18)
  • Registered charities
  • Schools P&C (not the administration)
  • Community groups and services
  • Sporting clubs
  • Hospital community programs (not the hospital admin)

Examples include:

  • Child sporting initiatives
  • Education programs / schools (such as reading lessons in aboriginal communities)
  • Play / weekend away programs
  • Domestic violence retreats for children
  • Behavioural issues treatment
  • Mental Health issues management
  • Trauma intervention centres
  • Agricultural training programs
  • Drama centres / the arts for children who have trouble with social interaction.
  • Charities that focus on children welfare, health, disabilities
  • Outback / Indigenous community centres
  • Family services agencies
  •  Homeless shelters for children

Applications close: 24 May 2015

More information and application details

AMP Opens Million Dollar Grant Fund

Who can apply?

Australian citizens and permanent residents of all ages and abilities can apply for an AMP Tomorrow Fund grant. We’re looking for determined people with big dreams who just need some help to bring them to life.

They may be passionate about solving community problems or lifting spirits with their music, art or words. Maybe they have an ingenious invention in mind or show real strength of character on the sports field.

What they share is a desire to make a difference, either by creating something special or inspiring others. These are people who have put in the hard yards and are ready to leap to the next level. The only thing stopping them is a lack of funds.

AMP’s Tomorrow Fund wants to remove the barrier by giving out grants of between $10,000 and $100,000 to help them with costs such as travel, living expenses and research – or whatever it takes to achieve their dream.

If you or someone you know has what it takes to be an AMP Tomorrow Maker, apply by 4pm on 14 May.

More information can be found here https://www.ampstomorrowfund.com.au/

 

 

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