It’s the last month of the financial year, which means it’s a crazy time for grant writers. So many grants close at the end of June. In fact, we have 113 grants listed at The Grants Hub that are currently open and close by 30 June. If you’re on the hunt for a June grant, here are five of the top grant programs gaining our members’ interest.
Community grants are in high demand at the moment, which is a trend we see year after year as we draw closer to the End of Financial Year. There are a HUGE number of grants closing over the next 6 weeks, right up until 30 June. Here are four of the top grants gaining our members’ interest at the moment.
These are the grants to check out in April. If you haven’t already looked into them and considered applying, now is the time to do so.
Congratulations to a Foundation who has taken out January’s most popular grant of the month for two consecutive years!
Equal first place!
While Jetstar took out the top spot in October, congratulations also goes to the Federal Government for claiming not just one, but two of the top three places in October!
Grants focussing on community benefit continue to be the most popular grants across Australia. Not only does this mean that there are lots and lots of people looking at these grants, but that applications are highly competitive.
March was an interesting month for the top three grants, with Sunsuper taking out the top spot after being featured as our Grant of the Week. The Ian Potter Foundation then took out both second and third places!
Taking out the top three grants this month on The Grants Hub, these grants all have a strong community focus and aim to support disadvantage.
The Building Better Regions Fund has been our most popular grant over the past month by an absolute mile. The demand for infrastructure funding is clear and competition under this program will be exceptionally high. If you are applying under this program, make sure you...
Social Enterprises are on the rise. As of 2016 there were an estimated 20,000 social enterprises operating in Australia under a range of different legal structures, and across a number of industries.
This article provides some fascinating insights into Australian grant making and grant seeking practices. It's such a shame that only 39% of survey respondents applied for more than five grants in 2015.