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.
The organisation is now securing positions for riders (limited to 60).
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.
CRANAplus Bush Support Service Psychologists are visiting as many areas as possible to promote best-practices in managing stress and having difficult conversations with distressed patients and clients in May. This service is to assist communities in coping with the social and emotional impact of the severe drought in NSW.
The Australian Government is inviting applications in an open process to apply to deliver services under the Veterans Community Care and Support Outcome – Grants in Aid Program over 1 year in the 2019-20 financial year.
The program aims to support the role of national ex-service organisations (ESOs) which provide coordinating and representational support within the veteran and Defence community.
The Australian Government is inviting applications from eligible child care services in an open competitive process to apply to deliver services under the Community Child Care Fund from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2021.
The CCCF is part of the Australian Government’s Child Care Safety Net, which contributes to giving the most vulnerable children a strong start in life while supporting parents into work.
It provides schools and pre-schools, community organisations and local councils with grants of between $50,000 and $1.5 million for security infrastructure and engagement activities to protect children in the community who are at risk of attack, harassment or violence stemming from racial or religious intolerance.
Projects are expected to commence before the end of 2019 and be complete by 30 April 2023.
Smart Farming Partnerships is an open, competitive, grant opportunity to support substantial, complex projects that are to be delivered in consortium partnerships to trial, develop and implement innovative tools and practices.
The Australian Government is inviting applications in an open competitive process to deliver activities under the Support for NDIS Providers Program through the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
The Support for NDIS Providers Program is a new four year grants program of up to $17.6 million from 2018-19 to 2021-22, for a national information and education program to develop and grow a quality market in the NDIS, emphasising compliance obligations through the lens of the people with disability accessing NDIS supports and services.
The Australian Government is inviting applications via an open competitive process to apply to deliver services under the Indigenous Legal and Native Title Assistance Program across Australia from 2019-20 to 2021-22.
The key focus of this funding is to increase native title anthropology capacity by assisting mid to senior anthropologists to become ‘exemplary’ anthropologists. This facilitates native title parties having access to qualified and experienced anthropologists, to support the resolution of native title claims and the effective management of native title.