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Veteran and Community Grants
Funding body: Australian Federal Government
Start date: 20/02/2018
Closing date: 28/02/2019
The objective of the Program is to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the veteran community by providing funding for projects that support activities and services to sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.
The expected outcomes of the Program are to:
- Deliver projects that are sustainable, financially viable and have an ongoing benefit for members of the veteran community;
- Deliver projects that increase opportunities for members of the veteran community, associated with social activity and community participation and/or improve health behaviours and support healthy places
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The Try, Test and Learn Fund: Tranche 2
Funding body: Australian Federal Government
Start date: 28/11/2017
Closing date: 28/09/2018
The Try, Test and Learn Fund (the Fund) was announced in the 2016‑17 Federal Budget as an initial response to the Australian Priority Investment Approach to Welfare. Tranche 2 of the Fund will finance small‑scale trials of new or innovative approaches to support people at risk of long‑term welfare dependence. Tranche 2 has four priority groups but also welcomes ideas to support other groups proposed (and appropriately justified) by applicants.
The priority groups comprise Newstart Allowance recipients aged 50 and over (with a focus on those who have been out of the workforce for longer than 12 months); migrants and refugees aged 16‑64 and receiving income support; carers aged 16‑64 and receiving Carer Payment; and at‑risk young people aged 16‑21 and receiving income support.
This grant opportunity invites applications for small‑scale trials to provide services or supports to improve workforce participation or capacity to work for people at risk of long‑term welfare dependency. These services can be delivered anywhere across Australia. Tranche 2 grants will provide funding for both the co‑development and delivery of projects. Co‑development refers to collaborative activities to refine project design, for example through workshops with end users.
Trials supported by the Fund must generate useful evidence to inform future Government policy, including by producing measurable outcomes within a two‑year timeframe. Projects will be robustly evaluated to produce high quality policy evidence about what works, for whom, and under what circumstances. The evidence gathered will allow the Government to transform investment in existing programs or make the case for new investment
Community Building Partnership program
Funding body: NSW Government
More than $275 million has been awarded to 12,000 projects through the Community Building Partnership (CBP) program since 2009.
In 2018, incorporated not-for-profit community organisations and local councils are eligible to apply for grants between $2500 and $330,000. The average grant awarded is around $20,000.
Projects with contributions from their own or other sources will be considered favourably. Local councils, including their section 355 committees, are required to provide matched funding to the CBP grants.
As total funding will be divided equally among the state electorates of NSW, applications will be assessed against other proposed projects within the same electorate.
Eligible projects will also be assessed against four program criteria:
- Enhancing facilities — the project develops a vibrant, sustainable and inclusive community through the enhancement or construction of community infrastructure.
- Meeting community needs — the project supports activities and services needed by local communities.
- Increasing community participation — the project encourages participation in activities or services needed by a broad section of the community.
- The organisation’s capacity — the applicant has the capacity to deliver the project on time and within scope.
2018 ANZ Seeds of Renewal Program
Funding body: ANZ
Applications are invited from not-for-profit community based organisations with an ABN or Incorporation Certificate which contribute to the development of education and employment opportunities of communities with a population of 15,000 people or fewer.
Through the Seeds of Renewal program, ANZ commits $250,000 which is distributed through grants of up to $15,000 to community organisations for projects that will help their community thrive.
Examples of projects that could receive a grant include:
- Providing training opportunities to enable community members to build skills, increasing their capacity for employment or creating business opportunities.
- Supporting programs that help develop micro-business or social enterprises that involve strong community engagement and help to create employment opportunities.
Strong projects include those that:
- Focus on building local capacity and increasing community participation
- Benefit a large number of people from a diverse range of social groups
- Encourage inclusion and participation of under-represented and marginalised groups
- Will deliver ongoing and widespread economic benefits to the community and contribute to economic sustainability.
If you have any queries, or wish to discuss your project first, please call 1800 170 020 during business hours.