uilding Communities through Partnership

Our team will keep you posted on the latest grants for promoting healthy, connected communities and enhancing our natural environment.

Grants available as of September 2020:



Grants SA- COVID-19 Support Grant.

A Grants SA initiative to support not-for-profit organisations to continue to provide services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people in SA in the current circumstances of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Closes 30 Oct 2020.



Green Industries SA REAP & Valuing Business Waste Grants - Resource Efficiency and Productivity - REAP Grants

Grants for businesses and not-for-profit organisations seeking to identify and prioritise opportunities to improve resource efficiency and productivity relating to energy, water, waste, materials, or lean production.

Currently Open.




Small Business Bushfire Support Grant

Grants of up to $10,000 to support small businesses who have experienced a significant loss of income due to the Victorian bushfires that commenced 21 November 2019.

Closes 31st December 2020.




Quality Learning Environments

The QLE program allows not-for-profit community preschools (centre based and mobile) and not-for-profit long day cares to apply for grants of up to $15,000 (ex GST). Grants can be used to purchase resources and activities which improve physical or educational learning environments.

Closes 25th September 2020.



Growing Good Garden Grants (National)

Yates ® Australia and Life Education Australia are encouraging young people to get out into the garden to grow and learn healthy habits. Any school (primary, secondary or pre-school), kindergarten, childcare centre, or youth/community group (e.g. Scouts, sports clubs etc) seeking to educate young Australians about gardening and healthy living can apply.

Closes 2nd October 2020.




Disability Inclusion Grant

Community organisations and small businesses may apply for a grant of any amount up to $20,000.00 (GST exclusive) to be used for a project that will provide increased opportunities for people with disability to participate in mainstream community and or social groups.

Closes 19th October 2020.




Indigenous Languages Grants 2020

Indigenous Languages Grants up to $25,000 are available to eligible Queenslanders to support activities that help preserve and maintain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.

Closes 6th October 2020.




Multicultural Grants Program

Multicultural Grants Program provides migrant and multicultural communities in the Northern Territory with funding for projects or activities that promote: social inclusion; cohesion; and multicultural and linguistic diversity.

Closes 30th September 2020.



The Grass Roots Grant Program

The Grass Roots Grant Program supports the involvement of Territorians in sport and active recreation and is administered for the Northern Territory (NT) Government by the Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture (the Department). The program aims to increase participation in sport and active recreation.

Closes 21st September 2020.




The Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund

This Fund will assist the Western Australian community through COVID-19 and respond to the impacts of the crisis on individual and community wellbeing through targeted and impactful community grants. There are 3 streams of funding: Supporting the Most Vulnerable, Building Community and Strengthening and Adapting Organisations.

Applications will be open for the first Strengthening and Adapting Organisations grant round from noon on Monday 24 August and closing at 5:00pm on Monday 21 September. A second grant round will be open in February 2021.




Support, Connect and Rebuild - Covid19 Response Round

The Tasmanian Community Fund is calling for medium applications that support Tasmanians and Tasmanian organisations to recover and rebuild from Covid19. The TCF will be seeking applications across three streams: Support, Connection and Rebuild.

Closes 30th September 2020.