RDA Central West is calling on all arts practitioners, groups and communities across the region to not miss out on their opportunity to apply for support through the Regional Arts Fund.
The Regional Arts Fund’s community grants aim to support sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and meet the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts. RDA Central West CEO Sam Harma, said the Central West has a distinctive and vibrant arts scene which drives local jobs and tourism across the region.
The Group’s Vault will provide grants to groups who support young farmers and fishers to undertake training related to business and leadership development. Examples of projects include (but are not limited to) farm tours, commercial fishing business tours, workshops, events, business skills coaching, training and guest speakers.
The Program is an opportunity for young, regional change makers to have their stories on the ABC. The ABC is interesting in hearing from individuals and groups of up to three people aged 18-28 working on projects to make regional Australia a better place.
Applications close Friday July 5 2019.
It’s offering the chance to share $5 million in grants – $1 million each year over five years – to charities, organisations, causes, projects and individuals that help deliver direct services or benefits to regional communities.
Applications close on 30 August 2019.
Registrations are now open for the 2019 intake of the Farmer Business Coaching Program run by NSW DPI Rural Resilience Program in partnership with Hunter Local Lands Services, Dairy NSW and Young Dairy Network.
These organisations are supporting the Farmer Business Coaching Program by reducing the normal program cost to only $1,500 per farm for the 12 month course for all eligible businesses.
The funding could help you: upgrade energy monitoring systems, replace or retrofit old, inefficient equipment, install new energy efficient equipment or improve manufacturing processes.
Funding is open now and closes on at 5pm, AEST 30 June 2019.
My Community Project is a new NSW Government initiative to improve the wellbeing of the people and communities of NSW. It gives the community the opportunity to vote on projects proposed by local residents.
Applications close at 2pm on the 15th May 2015.
The Fund has been established by the Government to support regional and small publishers to transition to and compete more successfully in the evolving media environment. It will preserve and improve the viability of Australia’s regional and small news publishing industry in the current period of transition.
The NSW Government has established the Regional Skills Relocation Grant to increase the availability of skilled and experienced workers for businesses setting up in, relocating to, or existing in regional NSW.
Grants are available for businesses operating in NSW regional eligible industries. The funding is available to assist with the relocation costs of eligible skilled workers they employ that move from metropolitan areas to regional NSW.
These assistances provide selected medical, midwifery and nursing students in NSW/ACT with $1,500 each to assist with costs associated with their studies.
The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal is partnering with the ABC’s Heywire program to help communities take action on the ideas generated by young Australians who attend the annual Heywire Regional Youth Summit.
This project is made possible by the NSW Generations Fund, inviting ideas from the community for projects to strengthen and enhance their local area.
A public vote will be used to decide which projects are funded in each NSW electorate.