It's Fund-Day Monday!
After being selected as our Grant of the Week only four days ago, Travel Play Live’s Women’s Adventure Grant has attracted unprecedented interest - not only from The Grants Hub followers, but from individuals and organisations around Australia.
Jessie (Founder & Managing Director of The Grants Hub) had a chance to touch base with the Director of Inspiration & Adventure from Travel Play Live (Kerryann Hayes), to find out some more about the Women’s Adventure Grant.
What a grant! Make sure you share this with an adventure loving woman.
IMB Bank's Community Foundation Grants are now open. This fantastic funding program has been selected as our Grant of the Week.
Grants of around $1,000 - $30,000 are available for projects that support social, cultural, environmental, heritage, educational, tourism and economic initiatives within communities, which will ultimately provide economic and social benefits.
If you're located in NSW, ACT, VIC or SA and in geographic proximity to an IMB branch, then definitely take a look at this grant.
Applications close 9 February.
Queensland Country Credit Union's 'Good for Good' Community Grants are now open. The program has been selected as our Grant of the Week.
$5,000 - $30,000 is available for projects undertaken by not-for-profit organisations that fall in the categories of sport and recreation, health, education, environment or arts, culture and heritage.
Applications close 28 February.
Today I am excited to bring you 18 new opportunities that are either brand new grants or newly opened rounds. The diversity this week is incredible; we have new open grants for individuals, equality, arts, professional development, events, youth, and education, to name a few.
Our featured grants this week are education-themed with upcoming deadlines from government, business, and philanthropic providers.
If you have all your documentation in order, don't be afraid to apply for larger funding amounts. The applications may be longer than those for smaller funding amounts, but the return on investment for the time you spend on the application could well pay off.
If you're working in rural or regional Australia, then this is the blog post for you!