grants funding opportunities

Grant:  The Readings Foundation Grants

Areas of support: Assists Victorian organisations that support the development of literacy, community integration and the arts. The aims of the Foundation are to: Aid the work of organisations that respond to the needs of disadvantaged groups living in our community; Increase the community’s enjoyment of the word in all its forms, including screenwriting, music, theatre, art and the written word; Honour the importance of creativity in community-driven work.
Application deadline: 10 December 2021
Grant value: $1,000 to $20,000
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Grant:  SA Health Grants for Seniors 2021/22 – Projects

Areas of support: To carry out activities which create or extend opportunities for older South Australians to be involved and active in their communities and contribute to an age friendly South Australia. Projects must align to one or more of the following themes: respecting diversity; working and volunteering; all-ages-friendly communities; wellbeing and active ageing; and safety and security.
Application deadline:  10 December 2021
Grant value:  Up to $10,000
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Grant:  Heritage Grants Program

Areas of support: The Heritage Grants Program offers funding for the conservation, future planning and promotion of heritage places and their cultural heritage significance. Applications can be made under 2 streams: State Heritage Grants for urgent conservation works, documentation and professional advice relating to the conservation of State Registered places; Community Heritage Grants for community engagement and interpretation projects related to State Registered places.
Application deadline: 10 December 2021
Grant value:  Stream 1: up to $40,000; Stream 2: up to $20,000; up to $100,000 (discretionary) for major conservation projects.
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Grant:  Celebrating Multicultural Queensland Grants Program (Projects round)

Areas of support: Funding towards multicultural events and projects that engage people from culturally diverse backgrounds, including people who arrived in Australia as migrants or refugees, people seeking asylum, members of diverse cultural groups and the wider community, to contribute to building an inclusive, harmonious and united Queensland. The project round funds two categories: Category 1 – Economic and Social Participation Projects; Category 2 – Youth and Community Connection Projects.
Application deadline:  10 December 2021
Grant value:  Category 1 is up to $40,000. Category 2 is between $5,000 and $120,000.
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Grant:  Sport and Recreation Victorian – Access for All Abilities Program

Areas of support:  To increase participation opportunities for people with disability to get involved in all aspects of sport and active recreation. The objectives of the Program are to: increase opportunities for people with disability; build capacity in the sport and active recreation sector; encourage collaboration across the sector and support co-design; provide funding across varied collaborative relationships, activities types, and geographic locations (local and state-wide initiatives).
Application deadline:  16 December 2021
Grant value:  $30,000 to $150,000
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Grant:  Celebrating Reconciliation Grants Program 2022

Areas of support: Funding for local communities to host events that encourage participation in National Reconciliation Week. National Reconciliation Week is a national campaign, held from 27 May to 3 June, celebrating and building on respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and non-Indigenous Australians.
Application deadline: 17 December 2021
Grant value: $2,500 – $15,000, depending on category
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Grant:  Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support Grant 2021/22

Areas of support: Funding will be provided to Indigenous visual art centres, industry service organisations, art fairs and arts hubs that best contribute to delivery of the following Program outcomes: a professional, viable and ethical Indigenous visual arts industry that features strong participation and provides economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; the continued production, exhibition, critique, purchase and collection of Indigenous visual art.
Grant value: From $5,000 to $80,000 per annum
Application deadline: 20 December 2021
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Grant:  White Ribbon Australia Community Response Fund

Areas of support: Funding for projects that will prevent violence and abuse against women. Projects must be designed and implemented in collaboration with key community stakeholders, victim-survivors and women.
Application deadline: 30 December 2021
Grant value: Up to $20,000
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