Upcoming Grants

Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation – grants now open til March!

The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation supports innovative programs and organisations seeking to increase life opportunities, promote social inclusion and improve quality of life. Grants have been arranged into new categories for 2013 – direct aid and equipment, survive and thrive, capacity building, and major grants – with funding ranging from $10,000 to $150,000. If your organisation has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status, submit your application by first registering online.

Applications close 15 March 

More information

Contact: Grants Team
Phone: 03 9633 0021
Email: grants@lmcf.org.au


Victoria Law Foundation General Grants – new round open!

Don't miss out on applying for a Victoria Law Foundation (VLF) general grant before the round closes next month. Any organisation can apply for a general grant, awarded approximately two months from the closing date. Contact VLF this month to talk over your application before submitting. Small grants are also available year round for project budgets of less than $5000.

Applications close 18 March 

More information

Contact: Erin Dolan, Grants and Awards Manager
Phone: 03 9604 8100
Email: edolan@victorialawfoundation.org.au


Unity through partnerships (events) grants – Office of Multiculturalism and Citizenship

Applications are now open for The Unity Through Partnerships (UTP) Grants Program funded by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship (OMAC). Non-profit organisations should aim to propose cultural and multicultural events that encourage cross-cultural exchanges, foster mutual respect, strengthen partnerships and promote greater unity through the celebration of diversity. Organisations may apply for up to $100,000 and previous rounds have awarded grants ranging from $10,000 to $100,000.

See the application form and guidelines for more information.



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