Grant:  Events Tasmania Championship Grants 2023/2024

Areas of support: Grants are available to eligible competitions, championships and sporting/gaming events that: attract more than 100 people from outside Tasmania staying three nights or more in paid commercial accommodation (hotel, motel, B&B, cabin); promote pre- and post-championship holidays and regional touring as a part of their event promotion.

Eligible regions: TAS

Application deadline: 31 May 2024
Grant value: Between $3,500 and $10,000 depending on time and place of event

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Grant:  The Gordon Darling Foundation Grants

Areas of support: The Gordon Darling Foundation was established to fund Visual Arts activities Australia-wide. Prefers innovative projects increasing access and public exposure. Project examples include catalogues and publications, exhibition development, professional education, purchase or commission of nationally or locally important artworks, research projects, symposia.

Eligible regions: Australia

Application deadline: 31 May 2024
Grant value: Not specified

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Grant:  Industry Leaders Fund Grants

Areas of support: The funding will pay for the applicant to study or obtain experience that will pave the way for them to achieve their leadership capacity and ambition more quickly and more effectively than would otherwise be the case. The aim is to fund training or experience that might otherwise not be accessible to the applicant.

Eligible regions: SA

Application deadline: 31 May 2024
Grant value: Up $50,000; Currently, grants are offered in the range of $4,000 to $25,000

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Grant:  Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program – Round 7

Areas of support: The program supports the Northern Territory Aboriginal Tourism Strategy 2020 – 2030 vision by providing funding will to develop and activate Aboriginal cultural tourism experiences and products and to build stronger visitor experiences that encourage visitors to travel to the NT and stay longer.

Eligible regions: NT

Application deadline: 31 May 2024
Grant value: $30,000 to $100,000

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Grant:  Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) Growth Funding 2024-25

Areas of support: The grant opportunity is a targeted growth round with funding in the 2024-25 financial year, to increase the availability Domestic Assistance, Home Maintenance, Allied Health and Therapy and Transport services. The grant opportunity seeks to attract new providers currently delivering other similar services that are focused on supporting the care economy, including those for aged care, Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National Disability Support Scheme.

Eligible regions: Australia

Application deadline: 31 May 2024
Grant value: Minimum $250,000. Maximum grant is dependent on service type and up to $2.4M

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Grant:  Creative Australia: Fellowships

Areas of support: Australia Council Fellowships support outstanding, established artists’ and arts workers’ activity and professional development for a period of one to two years. There are nine Fellowships offered in the areas of: Arts and Disability; Community Arts and Cultural Development; Dance; Emerging and Experimental Arts; First Nations; Literature; Music; Theatre; Visual Arts.

Eligible regions: Australia

Application deadline: 4 June 2024
Grant value: $80,000

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Grant:  Queensland Destination Events Program (QDEP) – Round 28

Areas of support: The Queensland Destination Events Program (QDEP), seeks to leverage the crucial link between events and the destinations in which they are staged, extending the flow of the economic, marketing and social benefits of events throughout metropolitan and regional Queensland. Within this context, the aims and objectives of the QDEP are as follows: generate local economic activity and development in the host destination; attract external visitation to the destination; drive social and community outcomes for the host destination, noting the important link between community outcomes and economic benefits; enhance the profile and appeal of the host destination.

Eligible regions: QLD

Application deadline: 6 June 2024
Grant value: Destination event – single year funding for developing events ($10,000 – $25,000 per year). Significant event funding – up to 3-years ($25,000 – $100,000 per year)

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Grant:  The Ian Potter Foundation Fair – Community Wellbeing 2024 (EOI)

Areas of support: The Foundation’s support extends both to organisations that have demonstrated success and to those seeking to make well-considered innovations. The Foundation favours programs that are preventative in nature and seek to address the root causes of disadvantage. Funding Objective: to improve circumstances for disadvantaged members of the community, this program area funds initiatives delivered by organisations supporting people with disabilities, or otherwise marginalised individuals primarily with the objective to secure employment pathways.
Eligible regions: Australia

Expression of interest deadline: 7 June 2024 (Please note that attending an information session and booking an online appointment to discuss your application with the Foundation must be completed before submission.)

Grant value: Only considers grant applications in excess of $100,000

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Grant:  Bankfirst – Teaching Initiatives Program Grant

Areas of support: The Teaching Initiatives Program (TIP), is supported by the Bank First Community Fund and provides grants to help Victorian schools and preschools bring innovative teaching initiatives to life.
Eligible regions: VIC

Application deadline: 9 June 2024
Grant value: Grants have previously ranged from $200 – $2,000

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Grant:  Helpmann Academy – Creative Development Grants 2024

Areas of support: Creative Development Grants support eligible emerging creatives with grants to kickstart new projects, research and develop ideas or new works, or build skills, markets and creative practices. The funding supports opportunities such as: the creation or realisation of new work; research and development of new ideas; developing new skills; creative or business mentorship; professional development programs.
Eligible regions: SA

Application deadline: 10 June 2024
Grant value: Up to $3,000

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