Grants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grants are a great way to contribute to school and community fundraising. It’s important to know what to look for, where to look and be prepared!

Instead of trying to fit your project into a grants program, we want you to prepare your project for when the RIGHT grant comes up.

Greenline has put together resources for grant applications and will continue to add to these resources.

We’ve also put together grants resources for many different industries. Take a look at our other grants pages if they apply to you:

As always we are more than happy to answer any questions and help you put together your project portfolio.

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VIC | Capital Works Fund

Supports priority building projects to improve the learning environment, condition or character of Victorian schools.

Funding is also available for projects that promote inclusion, especially for students with disabilities or additional needs. This program replaces the Minor Capital Works Fund and Inclusive Schools Fund, which supported over 920 school projects.

Eligible to: Education

Applications closes at 11:59, Friday 28 June 2024

AUS | Community Fund – Grants

Provides financial support to organisations and projects that contribute to the development and promotion of communities within a GrainCorp operational region.

There are two types of activities that are funded:
– Community-related programs & activities (Maximum funding limit: $5,000)
– Community infrastructure projects (Maximum funding limit: $20,000).

Eligible to: Government, education, sporting clubs

Round 4 Opens: 01 Jul 2024 – Closes: 31 Jul 2024

SA | Football Facilities Fund

Enhances the capacity of facilities and football infrastructure for all user groups, from state to local grassroots venues.

The creation of this Fund will enable SANFL, AFL and State Government to achieve the shared strategic vision of creating welcoming facilities, particularly through provision of all gender changerooms for players, officials and umpires, as well as maximising venue capacities by improving quality of ovals, lighting and supporting infrastructure.

Eligible to: Government, non-government, education, community groups, sporting clubs, other

Round 2 Opens: 01 Aug 2024 – Closes: 31 Dec 2024

Round 3 Opens: 01 Aug 2025 – Closes: 31 Dec 2025

QLD | Glencore Futures Fund

Funds large, locally based infrastructure projects, identified in consultation with community, stakeholders and government.

Glencore has two corporate social investment programs:
– Community Assistance Program (CAP): Community-based events and initiatives
– Futures Fund: Large, locally based infrastructure projects, identified in consultation with community, stakeholders and government (this listing).

Eligible to: Government, non-government, businesses, community groups, other

Round 4 Opens: 09 Aug 2024 – Closes: 20 Aug 2024

AUS | Regional Investment Activation Fund – Stream Two

Supports projects that are time-sensitive and strategically significant for a priority industry or location.

The $110 million Regional Investment Activation Fund (RIAF) will co-invest with eligible entities on catalytic projects that will deliver significant economic, social and/or environmental benefits for a priority industry or location.

Eligible to: Non-Government, businesses, other

Applications closes at 11:59, Tuesday 31 December 2024

AUS | Disaster Recovery and Emergency Grants

Supports community-based welfare projects.

Over the past years we have seen a significant increase in Disaster funding requests as our nation has been impacted in many ways through fire, flood, drought, cyclones etc. Impact has been seen by individuals through to whole communities and the Australian Lions Foundation has provided support funding to assist ways to match the needs.

Eligible to: Community groups, other

Applications close: Adhoc ongoing

WA | Community Place Based Grants

The Community Place Based Grants program provides funding for the development and delivery of co-designed, place based structured holiday and out-of-school activity programs in the Kimberley, Goldfields, Pilbara and Gascoyne regions.

The program includes a process to work with local government, Aboriginal leaders and service organisations, to embed sport and recreation in community-led activities and events that target vulnerable and at-risk youth and their families.

The aim is to fund programs for multiple years to ensure a consistent quality approach to programs to get traction, build capacity and have a collective impact.

Eligible to: Non-Government, government, community groups, sporting clubs

Applications close: Adhoc ongoing

VIC | Building Blocks Grants – Capacity Building Stream

Provides funding for projects that create additional infrastructure capacity for funded Three and Four-Year-Old Kindergarten programs by building new or expanding existing infrastructure.

The Building Blocks Grants Program has replaced the Children’s Facilities Capital Program and Inclusive Kindergartens Facilities Program as the Victorian Government’s investment vehicle through which funding support for existing and growing demand for Three and Four-Year-Old Kindergarten infrastructure is allocated. This will mean the sector can more easily navigate the options available when seeking state co-investment in their facilities.

Eligible to: Government, education

Applications close: Adhoc ongoing

AUS | Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund

This investment has been bolstered by the commitment of additional funding to the ACIF via the Grassroots Cricket Fund (GCF) of $1 million for 2023/24. The GCF is a partnership between the Australian Cricketers’ Association and Cricket Australia, with the funding being contributed by Australian cricketers to support cricket in local communities. 

The ACIF is open to all clubs, associations, schools, councils and cricket facility managers, acknowledging the important role that these partners play in providing facilities for community cricket across Australia. 

Eligible to: Non-Government, government, community groups, education, sporting clubs, other

Applications close: Each State and Territory Association varies

NSW | Community Investment and Partnership Programme

Supports local organisations, charities and projects that address areas of need in the Newcastle community.

The focus of the Programme is to:
– Deliver value back to the Newcastle community – particularly portside suburbs
– Address a specific need or opportunity within the community to contribute to the overall sustainability of the region
– Deliver benefit to many people (not just individuals)
– Build capacity, skills and/or knowledge within organisations or groups.

Eligible to: Non-Government, community groups, education, sporting clubs

Applications close: Adhoc

AUS | Bowls Disaster Relief Fund

Bowls Australia is committed to redirecting one-hundred per cent of all sums raised back to those clubs in need, who are able to access monies from the fund via an application process.

Applications for the Bowls Disaster Relief Fund are open for clubs who have been affected by recent natural disasters:

Eligible to: Bowling clubs

Applications close: Adhoc