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Grants

Please note that there are different selection processes available. More information is available on the Selection Processes page.

The outcome of all grants awarded and funding rounds, including direct rounds, are published on GrantConnect no later than 21 working days after the grant agreement takes effect, in accordance with the Commonwealth Grants Rules and Guidelines 2017.

GrantConnect is the Australian Government’s centralised grants information system. It is the authoritative source for grants information.

Open Grants

Support and connection for young children with disability or developmental concerns

Support and connection for young children with disability or developmental concerns

Support and connection for young children with disability or developmental concerns

Grant Category

Services for People with Disabilities

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Social Services

This grant opportunity will provide regular, facilitated community-based supports such as supported playgroups, facilitated imaginative play or music sessions to young children (aged 0 to 8 years) with disability or developmental concerns across Australia.

2021-6843

Support and connection for parents and carers of young children with disability or developmental concerns

2021-6843

Grant Category

Services for People with Disabilities

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Social Services

The grant will provide facilitated group information sessions, workshops or interactive sessions for parents and carers of young children aged 0 to 8 years with a newly identified disability or who have concerns about their child’s development.

First Nations Family Dispute Resolutions

First Nations Family Dispute Resolutions

First Nations Family Dispute Resolutions

Grant Category

Family Relationship Support

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Targeted competitive

Delivered on behalf of

The Attorney-General’s Department

This grant opportunity is to provide funding to Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations to deliver culturally safe and appropriate family dispute resolution for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, and other families as

Expansion of the Community Child Care Fund-Restricted (CCCFR) non-competitive grant opportunity (for specified services)

Grant Category

Indigenous Education

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Closed non-competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Education, Skills and Employment

The CCCFR expansion program aims to establish new early childhood education and care (ECEC) services in mainly remote and very remote areas to increase participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in culturally appropriate ECEC.

Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program

Grant Category

Commemorative

Closing Date & Time

AEDT

Selection Process

Open

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program aims to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australia’s defence personnel in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.

Closed Grants

Fostering Integration Grants

Grant Category

Multiculturalism

The objective of the grant opportunity is to facilitate the participation, integration and social cohesion of both newly arrived migrants and multicultural communities in Australia.

Home Interaction Program form Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY)

Grant Category

Education Support

HIPPY is a 2 year, home-based parenting and early childhood learning program that supports parents and carers of children in the years prior to school. HIPPY is delivered in 100 communities across Australia; including 50 Indigenous focused communities, targeting around 4,000 children each year.

The program provides a structured curriculum of learning activities. Participating families spend 10 to 15 minutes a day, 5 days a week, undertaking educational activities supporting pre literacy and pre numeracy. The program also offers some parents and carers a supported pathway to employment and increases social connectedness within local communities.

Hammer

Grants to Australian Organisations Program

Hammer

Grant Category

Legal Services

The Grant to Australian Organisations program aims to maintain and improve Australia’s law and justice framework.

Grants in Aid 2022–23

Grant Category

Veterans

The Grants in Aid 2022-23 program is only open to national ex-service organisations (ESOs) by invitation, and aims to fund discrete projects or activities by national ESOs that address a specific problem or issue and achieve a clear benefit to the ex-service and Defence community.

Justice Policy Partnership

Grant Category

Legal Services

The purpose of the Justice Policy Partnership is to develop a joined-up approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice policy, with a focus on reducing adult and youth incarceration.

Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) 2022–23

Grant Category

Veterans

The Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) program supports the role of ex-service organisation (ESO) welfare and compensation advocates, who provide advice and assistance to the veteran and defence communities.