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Funding opportunities closing in April 2023 - Apply now

State: Australia-wide

Grant name: IOOF Foundation Community Grants

Amount available: Up to $30,000 over two years

Deadline: 15 April 2023


The IOOF Foundation Community Grants program provides grants to eligible organisations in Australia that aim to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged or vulnerable individuals or communities. The grants are offered as a funding initiative by the IOOF Foundation and are aligned with their funding priorities, which include education, health and wellbeing, and social inclusion.


State: ACT

Grant name: Floriade Community Grants Amount available: Up to $1,000 Deadline: 2 April 2023

The Floriade Community Grants program is a funding opportunity for non-profit organisations, community groups, and schools in Australia to create engaging and interactive projects that promote community involvement in Floriade, the annual spring festival in Canberra. The grants are intended to support projects that enhance the festival experience for visitors and showcase the participating organisation's mission and values. The funding is available for a variety of projects, including art installations, performances, workshops, and educational programs. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how their project aligns with Floriade's theme for the year and how it will benefit the community.

State: NSW

Grant name: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) Small Grants Program

Amount available: Up to $2,000

Deadline: 2 April 2023

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) Small Grants Program provides funding of up to $2,000 to small museums and galleries in New South Wales, Australia. The grants aim to support projects that enhance the public's access to and understanding of the state's cultural heritage. Priority is given to projects that address MAAS's strategic priorities, including digital engagement, sustainability, and regional engagement. Eligible projects include exhibitions, conservation, cataloging, digitisation, and audience development. Applicants must demonstrate how their project aligns with the program's criteria and how it will benefit the organisation and the broader community.


State: NT

Grant name: Northern Territory Risk Reduction Program

Amount available: up to $150,000

Deadline: 21 April 2023


The Northern Territory Risk Reduction Program is a funding initiative by the Northern Territory Government aimed at supporting community-based projects that reduce the risk of natural disasters, such as bushfires, floods, and cyclones. The program provides funding for projects that improve the community's resilience and preparedness for natural disasters. Eligible projects include community awareness campaigns, fire management plans, infrastructure improvements, and emergency management training.


State: QLD

Grant name: Mackay Regional Council Grant Program

Amount available: Up to $30,000

Deadline: 7 April 2023


The Mackay Regional Council Grant Program provides funding of up to $30,000 to community groups and non-profit organisations in the Mackay region of Queensland, Australia. The program aims to support projects and initiatives that enhance community well-being, build community capacity and resilience, and improve community facilities and infrastructure. Eligible projects include events, workshops, training programs, community infrastructure improvements, and environmental sustainability initiatives. Funding decisions are made based on the project's alignment with the program's objectives, expected outcomes, and available budget. The program is competitive, and successful applicants are notified within six weeks of the application deadline.


State: SA

No notable grants at this time.


State: TAS

Grant name: Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF)

Amount available: Up to $30,000

Deadline: 7 April 2023


The Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF) is a funding initiative by Cricket Australia aimed at supporting cricket infrastructure projects across the country. The program provides funding to state and territory cricket associations and clubs for projects that enhance the quality and accessibility of cricket facilities. Eligible projects include ground and facility improvements, lighting, scoreboard installations, and field equipment purchases.


State: VIC

Grant name: Sport and Recreation Victoria Significant Sporting Events Program

Amount available: Up to $150,000

Deadline: 30 April 2023


The Sport and Recreation Victoria Significant Sporting Events Program is a funding initiative aimed at supporting significant sporting events in Victoria, Australia. The program provides funding for events that have the potential to attract significant economic and social benefits to the state. Eligible events must demonstrate a significant impact on tourism, employment, and community participation. The program is competitive, and funding decisions are made based on the event's alignment with the program's objectives, expected outcomes, and available budget. There are two funding rounds per year, and interested organisations can apply during the application period. Successful applicants are notified within eight weeks of the application deadline.


State: WA

No notable grants at this time.


If you would like to discuss your eligibility for any of the grants above, please get in touch with us at 0456 130 666 or info@samuham.org. Take advantage of this opportunity to secure funding for your organisation!


Please note that being eligible to apply for a grant and submitting an application does not guarantee a grant will be awarded. The grant review process and selection of recipients is determined by the grant-giving organisation and is based on various factors. This post informs you of the upcoming grant application deadline and does not guarantee that you will receive funding if you apply.


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