Grant: International Day of People with Disability (I-Day) 2022 Grants
Areas of support: I-Day is held on 3 December each year. It is a United Nations sanctioned day that aims to promote awareness and understanding of disability issues and encourage support for the dignity, rights and well-being of people with disability. I-Day also seeks to increase awareness of the benefits of inclusion of people with disability in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.
Application deadline: 26 September 2022
Grant value: Up to $5,000
Grant: Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation Grants
Areas of support: In this round, the Foundation is offering two different levels of grants. Our Shout Workplace Giving: Support for the economic and social wellbeing of people in regional, rural and remote communities, including in times of natural disasters. Growing Stronger Communities, focusing on: positive educational and alternative pathways to help at-risk children and teenagers; health care services for vulnerable Australians and their families; and support for the economic and social wellbeing of people in regional, rural and remote communities, including in times of natural disasters.
Application deadline: 30 September 2022
Grant value: 1 x $25,000 Our Shout Workplace Giving; 4 x $15,000 Growing Stronger Communities
Grant: RACQ Foundation – Round 2 2022
Areas of support: RACQ Foundation helps impacted community groups recover from flooding, weather events, drought, bushfire and other natural disasters. The grant must be used to: pay for material items or something tangible; have a positive community impact; cover the costs incurred by the organisation in relation to the cleaning and restoration of property with any disaster mitigation works forming a component of the overall grant.
Application deadline: 7 October 2022
Grant value: Typically up to $50,000. Up to $100,000 under exceptional circumstances.
Grant: AbbVie – Organisation Grants
Areas of support: To provide financial support for projects that promote excellence in patient care, support disease awareness and provide education to healthcare professionals, as well as to provide funding to support charities and their fundraising activities in the community.
Application deadline: 08 October 2022
Grant value: Not specified
Grant: Stay Connected Fund
Areas of support: The fund supports one-off projects that build connection between Queenslanders and reduce feelings of social isolation and loneliness. The Stay Connected Fund targets organisations with ideas and initiatives that aim to help people connect and belong. In 2022, the fund will support ideas and initiatives helping women aged 55 years and over.
Application deadline: 14 October 2022
Grant value: up to $150,000
Grant: CANA Small Grants Program
Areas of support: To support small organising projects that educate and organise new and diverse voices to advocate for a rapid transformation to net zero emissions using principles of climate justice. Priority will be given to projects that: Increase support for urgent action by engaging new and diverse members of the Australian community; Support projects that will have discernible local impact; Grow the climate movement by supporting smaller organisations or groups to undertake local or targeted action; Strengthen the capacity of grassroots organisations through developing skills in community organising, campaign strategy and fundraising; Improve the effectiveness of CANA as a movement institution.
Application deadline: 16 October 2022
Grant value: Usually $500 to $5,000, exceptionally up to $10,000.
Grant: Gambling Community Benefit Fund Round 115
Areas of support: Provides funding to community groups and not-for-profit organisations in Queensland to enhance their capacity to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities. An eligible organisation can submit one application per funding round provided it does not have an approved application from a previous funding round that has not been acquitted. They can also submit to a round if they have an application pending in the previous round, on which successful applications have not yet been announced.
Application deadline: 31 October 2022
Grant value: Grants between $500 and $35,000.
Grant: Kain Foundation Community Partners
Areas of support: The Foundation seeks and funds projects that focus on the following target groups and areas: Projects that create opportunities for children and youth in need; Projects that promote opportunity in the areas of education and economic development.
Application deadline: EOI anytime with invited applications due 31 October 2022
Grant value: Not specified
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