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PLEASE NOTE: The Community Grants Hub Hotline will be unavailable from 5:00 pm AEST Friday 24 May 2024 until 9:00 am AEST Tuesday 28 May 2024. During this period, emails can be sent to support@communitygrants.gov.au; however, they will not be actioned until Hub staff return on Tuesday 28 May 2024.

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

Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Working for Women Program. National Women's Alliances Grant Opportunity. Applications close: 3 July 2024

National Women’s Alliances

Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Working for Women Program. National Women's Alliances Grant Opportunity. Applications close: 3 July 2024

Grant Category

Women

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Up to $10.88 million is available from December 2024 to June 2029 to establish a network of up to 6 civil society organisations to provide expert gender advice to Government and ensure women’s voices inform the implementation of the Working for Women: A Strategy for Gender Equality.

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Supporting Adolescents Boys Trial

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Grant Category

Children, Youth and Youth at Risk

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Targeted competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Social Services

A new national early intervention trial for young men and boys aged 12 to 18 years who present with adverse childhood experiences including family and domestic violence, and who are using or at risk of using family, domestic or sexual violence (FDSV).

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Justice Reinvestment in Central Australia Program – Round 2

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Grant Category

Indigenous Communities

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open non-competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Attorney-General’s Department

Successful initiatives under this opportunity will prevent and reduce Central Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ contact with the criminal justice system through place-based, community led measures to prevent crime, treat drug and alcohol addiction or address illegal drug use.

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National Justice Reinvestment Program – Round 2 Assessment Cycle 2

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Grant Category

Indigenous Communities

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open non-competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Attorney-General’s Department

The National Justice Reinvestment Program aims to reduce contact with the criminal justice system and incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults and young people through support for place-based and community-led justice reinvestment initiatives across Australia.

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Climate-Smart Agriculture Program – Small Grants Round 1

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Grant Category

Agriculture

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Open competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

The Small Grants will support farmers and land holders to adopt sustainable agriculture best practices, as well as facilitate and implement practice change. The grants will improve management of our natural resources and increase sustainable on-farm productivity and resilience to climate change.

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Grants in Aid program 2024–25

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Grant Category

Veterans

Closing Date & Time

AEST

Selection Process

Closed non-competitive

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Veterans Affairs

The Grants in Aid 2024–25 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.

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Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program

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Grant Category

Commemorative

Closing Date & Time

AEDT

Selection Process

Open competitive

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 peace operations, and their families.

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Support Plantation Establishment 2024–25 (Round 2, Batches 1 and 2)

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Grant Category

Agriculture

Closing Date & Time

AEDT

Selection Process

Demand-driven

Delivered on behalf of

Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

This grant supports the establishment of new long-rotation plantation forests and assists the sector in responding to the projected growth in demand for local timber resources, increasing domestic timber supply and helping to reduce Australia’s carbon emissions by storing the carbon in timber.

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

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.

Closed Grants

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Greenslopes Legacy House Brisbane

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Grant Category

Veterans

The Greenslopes Legacy House Brisbane grant program will provide support in the design and construction of a new headquarters and a Veterans’ and Families’ hub. It will connect veterans and families to a range of services and act as a welcoming hub that aligns with local needs and opportunities.

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Social Enterprise Development Initiative: Education and Mentoring Coordinator

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Grant Category

Community Development

The $11.6 million Social Enterprise Development Initiative (SEDI) will run over 3 years from 2023–24 to 2025–26, and will appoint an Education and Mentoring Coordinator to establish an online Social Enterprise Information and Connection Hub. The Hub will support the broader social enterprise sector to help build sector knowledge and skills.

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Justice Reinvestment in Central Australia Program – Round 2 Assessment Cycle 1

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Grant Category

Indigenous Communities

Successful initiatives under this opportunity will prevent and reduce Central Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ contact with the criminal justice system through place-based, community led measures to prevent crime, treat drug and alcohol addiction or address illegal drug use.

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National Justice Reinvestment Program – Round 2 Assessment Cycle 1

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Grant Category

Indigenous Communities

The National Justice Reinvestment Program aims to reduce contact with the criminal justice system and incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults and young people through support for place-based and community-led justice reinvestment initiatives across Australia.

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Increasing Capacity of Community-led Men’s Wellness Centres for First Nations Peoples

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Grant Category

Family and Domestic Violence

The Community-led Men’s Wellness Centres for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is a program to establish Men’s Wellness Centres in suitable locations. The activities will complement and support existing services and activities to enable improved service delivery.

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Community-led Prevention Services, Programs and Campaigns for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children

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Grant Category

Family and Domestic Violence

Community-led Prevention Services, Programs and Campaigns for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children (the Program) is a program funding prevention services, programs and campaigns for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, including on-Country learning.