A reminder that the $500,000 national ‘Inspiring Australia’ grant round to support ‘National Science Week’ events in 2020 CLOSES this month at 5pm on Wednesday 30 October.
Science Week will run from 15-23 August next year and seeks to inspire wide community participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Local organisations wishing to present science engagement activities are encouraged to apply.
For further information about the grant and who is eligible to apply, click here.
The NSW Women’s Week grants provide local organisations with an opportunity to deliver a range of education, mentoring and participatory activities that will provide direct benefit to local women and girls. Grant funding will comprise of grants of up to $5k each.
NSW Women’s Week will be held 2-8 March 2020. Women across the Central West and NSW make important contributions at work, in our families, communities and neighbourhoods. The NSW Government encourages charities, not-for-profits, companies limited by guarantee and local government organisations to apply for grant funding to hold events and activities that celebrate women during this week.
Applications are now open and will CLOSE 5pm on Wednesday 6 November 2019.
The NSW Department of Primary Industries Young Farmer Business Program is offering grants of up to $10,000 (excluding GST) to eligible groups across NSW.
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.
QANTAS has a new Regional Grants Program, and round one is open for applications now.
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 are open for the NSW Government’s Financial Literacy and Capability Scholarship.
Applications are open to teachers currently teaching in NSW primary schools and those teaching mathematics, commerce, business studies, economics, business and public administration or related fields in NSW secondary schools and TAFE NSW campuses.
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.
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.
The Australian Government is inviting organisations through an open, non-competitive process to apply for grant funding under the Veteran and Community Grants Program from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
The objective of the program is to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the Australian veteran community by providing funding for projects that sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.
The Small Farms Small Grants program funds organisations and individuals to do projects that build the ability and willingness of Australia’s farmers, fishers and foresters to adopt best practice natural resource management methods.
This will deliver more sustainable, productive and profitable agriculture, fishing, aquaculture and forestry industries.
The Country Women’s Association of Australia (CWAA), in conjunction with the National Rural Health Alliance and CRANAplus, is offering grants to a maximum of $5,000 to assist rural and remote nurses and midwives to undertake continuing professional development.