1Ref #1  Location:ACTCommunity Services DirectorateReconciliation Day GrantClosing Date: 23/02/20222Ref #2  Location:NSWAlburyCity CouncilFunding - Annual Contribution ProgramClosing Date: 28/01/20223Ref #3  Location:NSWAlburyCity CouncilCommunity FundClosing Date: 28/01/20224Ref #4  Location:NSWCumberland City CouncilArts support workerClosing Date: 11/02/20225Ref #5  Location:NSWCumberland City CouncilArts facilitatorClosing Date: 11/02/20226Ref #6  Location:NSWDepartment of Communities & JusticeFunding - Regional Youth RadioClosing Date: 28/01/20227Ref #7  Location:NSWMulpha / Golf AustraliaPlayGolf FundClosing Date: 31/03/20228Ref #8  Location:NSWDepartment of Regional NSWFunding - Country Shows Support PackageClosing Date: 29/04/20229Ref #9  Location:NSWSouth Eastern NSW PHN (COORDINARE)Establishment of care coordination programClosing Date: 02/02/202210Ref #10  Location:NSWCity of RydeCommunity GrantsClosing Date: 25/02/202211Ref #11  Location:NSWLane Cove CouncilSmall public art projectsClosing Date: 16/01/202212Ref #12  Location:NSWMurrumbidgee PHNPsychosocial physical health & wellbeing initiativeClosing Date: 24/01/202213Ref #13  Location:NTNorthern Territory Major Events CompanyCommunity Event FundingClosing Date: 11/02/202214Ref #14  Location:NTCity of DarwinCommunity GrantsClosing Date: 31/03/202215Ref #15  Location:QLDIpswich City CouncilAnzac Day FundingClosing Date: 28/02/202216Ref #16  Location:QLDDepartment of Justice and Attorney-GeneralDomestic and family violence servicesClosing Date: 19/01/202217Ref #17  Location:SAPort Augusta City CouncilFunding - Sponsorship ProgramClosing Date: 04/02/202218Ref #18  Location:SASA HealthHousing for people with a psychosocial disabilityClosing Date: 10/01/202219Ref #19  Location:TASHuon Valley CouncilEnvironment GrantsClosing Date: 17/01/202220Ref #20  Location:VICSustainability VictoriaHousehold Education & Behaviour Change FundClosing Date: 15/03/202221Ref #21  Location:VICCampaspe Shire CouncilCommunity Equipment GrantsClosing Date: 31/01/202222Ref #22  Location:VICMornington Peninsula Shire CouncilPartnering in a social or affordable housing project on council owned landClosing Date: 14/03/202223Ref #23  Location:WACity of ArmadaleCommunity driven arts project for festivalClosing Date: 10/01/202224Ref #24  Location:WAShire of Mount MagnetCommunity Benefit FundClosing Date: 31/01/202225Ref #25  Location:NATIONALDepartment of Education, Skills and EmploymentLocal jobs program activities - Local Jobs ProgramClosing Date: 07/01/2022
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ID Closing Date Region Brief Description
#1 23/02/2022 ACT Reconciliation Day Grant
#2 28/01/2022 NSW Funding - Annual Contribution Program
#3 28/01/2022 NSW Community Fund
#4 11/02/2022 NSW Arts support worker
#5 11/02/2022 NSW Arts facilitator
#6 28/01/2022 NSW Funding - Regional Youth Radio
#7 31/03/2022 NSW PlayGolf Fund
#8 29/04/2022 NSW Funding - Country Shows Support Package
#9 02/02/2022 NSW Establishment of care coordination program
#10 25/02/2022 NSW Community Grants
#11 16/01/2022 NSW Small public art projects
#12 24/01/2022 NSW Psychosocial physical health & wellbeing initiative
#13 11/02/2022 NT Community Event Funding
#14 31/03/2022 NT Community Grants
#15 28/02/2022 QLD Anzac Day Funding
#16 19/01/2022 QLD Domestic and family violence services
#17 04/02/2022 SA Funding - Sponsorship Program
#18 10/01/2022 SA Housing for people with a psychosocial disability
#19 17/01/2022 TAS Environment Grants
#20 15/03/2022 VIC Household Education & Behaviour Change Fund
#21 31/01/2022 VIC Community Equipment Grants
#22 14/03/2022 VIC Partnering in a social or affordable housing project on council owned land
#23 10/01/2022 WA Community driven arts project for festival
#24 31/01/2022 WA Community Benefit Fund
#25 07/01/2022 NATIONAL Local jobs program activities - Local Jobs Program

Summary

Location: ACT
Title of Funding Opportunity: Reconciliation Day Grant
Department Name: Community Services Directorate
Closing Date: 23/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.communityservices.act.gov.au/atsia/recipients/act-reconciliation-day-grant-guidelines

Contact Person

Email: CSDGrants@act.gov.au

Details

Reconciliation Day Grant
Applications are open for individuals and organisations to hold meaningful events in the lead-up to, during, or in support of the Reconciliation Day public holiday on 30 May 2022.
Aim
The 2022 ACT Reconciliation Day Grants Program (the Program) aims to support Community organised events, which are held by individuals or organisations, with a strong focus on Reconciliation, specifically:
1. Promoting understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures in the wider Community;
2. Celebrating and raising the significance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures in the wider Community;
3. Promoting understanding of, and the impact on, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of past policies and historical events;
4. Delivering opportunities for Children, young people, and elders to be involved and participate in Community events that promote Reconciliation; and
5. Developing seminars and/or panel discussions on the importance of Reconciliation for all Australians.
Available Funding
Total funding of $50,000.00 (GST exclusive) is available for the Program.
Individuals or organisations can apply for a Reconciliation Day Grant for an amount up to $5,000.00 (GST exclusive).
Grants are one-off for the specified purpose and are not intended as a recurring funding source.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Funding - Annual Contribution Program
Department Name: AlburyCity Council
Closing Date: 28/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/annual-contribution-program

Contact Person

Name: Julia Vesval
Email: communitydevelopment@alburycity.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 02 6023 8111

Details

Annual Contribution Program
Annual funding is available for organisations to provide various Cultural and/or Community services and programs.
Purpose
Service Agreements have historically been in place and continue to be approved each year by Council for organisations to provide various Cultural and or Community services and programs as a result of the annual financial assistance provided by Council. These agreements provide a number of conditions which relate to how the funded organisation is to use the donated funds, as well as the reporting processes that must be met by the funded organisation and the outcomes which are achieved through the funding program.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Fund
Department Name: AlburyCity Council
Closing Date: 28/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/alburycity-community-fund

Contact Person

Name: Julia Vesval
Email: communitydevelopment@alburycity.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 02 6023 8111

Details

AlburyCity Community Fund
Providing financial assistance for the 2021/22 financial year, funding is available to improve or develop significant Community assets or to provide Cultural and Community services and programs.
Purpose
To provide a mechanism to support larger infrastructure Community projects within the city. Support may be provided via financial assistance, interest free loans up to 10 years, in-kind assistance or a combination of these.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Arts support worker
Department Name: Cumberland City Council
Closing Date: 11/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/expression-interest-eoi-arts-support-worker

Contact Person

Name: Kristina Tito
Position: Arts and Cultural Projects Producer
Email: kristina.tito@cumberland.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 02 8757 9405

Details

Expression of Interest (EOI) - arts Support Worker
Call out for an arts Support Worker to work alongside the lead arts Facilitator in design and delivery.
About the role
The Granville Centre art Gallery is seeking an arts Support Worker to work alongside the lead arts Facilitator to deliver a pilot 14-week studio-based workshop program, in collaboration with our gallery team.
The arts Support Worker will have suitable experience of working in a studio-based workshop Environment and will have experience working with people with Disability and/or who are d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing (HOH) or people who identify as Disabled.
The arts Support Worker will work closely with emerging studio artists, the lead arts Facilitator, guest professional artists and gallery staff to support studio workshops.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Arts facilitator
Department Name: Cumberland City Council
Closing Date: 11/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/expression-interest-eoi-arts-facilitator

Contact Person

Name: Kristina Tito
Position: Arts and Cultural Projects Producer
Email: kristina.tito@cumberland.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 02 8757 9405

Details

Expression of Interest (EOI) - arts Facilitator
Call out for a dynamic arts Facilitator with Disability to lead design and delivery.
Arts Facilitator EOI
About the role
The Granville Centre art Gallery is seeking a dynamic arts Facilitator with Disability, or who is d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing (HOH) and/or who identifies as a Disabled Creative, to lead the design and delivery of a pilot 14-week studio based workshop program in collaboration with the gallery team.
The arts Facilitator will have suitable experience in developing and facilitating visual arts based workshops and will work closely with emerging studio artists, the arts Support Worker, guest professional artists and gallery staff to facilitate the studio workshop program.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Funding - Regional Youth Radio
Department Name: Department of Communities & Justice
Closing Date: 28/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.nsw.gov.au/regional-nsw/regional-youth-radio

Contact Person

Email: youth@facs.nsw.gov.au

Details

Regional Youth Radio
Up to $100,000 in funding is available to eligible applicants to deliver Youth-led radio and podcasting initiatives as part of the NSW Government’s Regional Youth Radio Program.
The funding will support new projects enabling young people living in regional NSW to lead and participate in Youth radio and podcasting activities such as Training and skills development, program or content creation, essential equipment and minor capital works to support Youth radio, broadcasting and podcasting programs.
The Regional Youth Radio Program aims to increase young people’s participation in activities that strengthen their opportunities to have a voice, as well as their connection and belonging to their Communities.
The Regional Youth Radio Program is an initiative of the Office of Regional Youth, administered by the Department of Communities and Justice.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: PlayGolf Fund
Department Name: Mulpha / Golf Australia
Closing Date: 31/03/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://playgolffund.com.au/

Contact Person

Email: support@playgolffund.com.au

Details

Golfs big drive has $60111 in backing
Golf authorities and a real estate giant will make a $60m investment in the Sport in an effort to rejuvenate public and council owned facilities around the country.
Malaysian group Mulpha, which has extensive property investments in Australia including several golf resorts and projects, will provide the funds via an agreement with Golf Australia.
The funding package for the redevelopment of golf courses and driving range facilities under the PlayGolf banner will seek expressions of interest from local government authorities and membership-based clubs to find projects where there is a demonstrable case to rejuvenate the participation, membership and utilisation of the facilities on a sustainable and commercial basis.
Golf Australia chief executive James Sutherland told The Australian that the Sport and Mulpha would end up in joint ventures across several projects and derive revenue to be invested back into the Sport.
“The arrangements will be flexible as to how they might work and there will be due diligence that will determine whether the deals are worth doing or not. Part of the strategy is telling the story of golf, the virtues of golf.”
“In a contextual sense there’s 3 million people in Australia that have hit golf balls in the last 12 months [and] only 14 per cent are members of golf clubs. So there’s 86 per cent out there and what are we doing to engage with them and encourage them to hit more golf balls. It could be on the driving range, having a whack with their mates, or a mini golf Family experience. We need to do more in that space.”
Mulpha Australia chief executive Greg Shaw said a potential model for the investment was a new $12m facility the group is building in Norwest, northwest of the Sydney CBD, called Swing City.
The development includes 40 golf driving range bays, a licenced restaurant with undercover and outdoor dining, corporate function and entertainment space, minigolf and amusements facilities. There is also golf ball tracking technology allowing players to compete in a range of challenges including longest drive, nearest the pins and virtually play on some of the world’s most famous golf courses.
“In recent years we have seen many traditional public and member golf facilities and driving ranges struggle to find the significant capital, development capability and operational expertise to transition to a more integrated golf, hospitality and entertainment venues,” Shaw said.
“This is despite the appetite to appeal to a far broader audience across all ages and demographics.
Our concept is there’s a real opportunity to create more golf entertainment, be it driving ranges or other facilities, with contemporary bars, food and beverage offerings, maybe mini golf facilities, all of which are more welcoming to a broader demographic.”
Shaw said he expected individual projects to be worth between $5-10m per investment, and that Mulpha would offer to enter into long-term operation leases with councils or clubs to manage the facilities, which “would give councils a stable cashflow and income from facilities that may only be attracting a narrow demographic now and potentially be a financial burden for them as well”.
Sports management company Avid Sports, which has worked with more than 25 courses, driving ranges and clubs to investigate different operating models, will also be part of the process.
“This partnership goes much further by offering the opportunity for local government authorities and membership-based clubs to both cater to their existing golf users as well as foster growth among those who are developing their passion for golf,” Avid Sports boss James Cooper said.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Funding - Country Shows Support Package
Department Name: Department of Regional NSW
Closing Date: 29/04/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.nsw.gov.au/regional-nsw/country-shows-support-package

Contact Person

Email: regionalnsw.business@regional.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 1300 679 673

Details

Country Shows Support Package
As part of the NSW Government’s $200 million Regional Recovery Package, $5 million has been committed to the 2022 Country Shows Support Package to help country shows bounce back bigger and better than ever.
Available funding
Up to $5 million in funding is available under the Country Shows Support Package.
The package will deliver tiered funding as shown below.
Show size - Maximum grant amount
Small shows (up to 1,999 attendees) - $15,000
Medium shows (2,000 to 4,999 attendees) - $30,000
Large shows (5,000 attendees and over) - $45,000
Show size is determined by total attendance across all event days. To determine show size for an application, organising committees should use the show attendance from the event with the highest attendance held between 2018 and 2021.
Eligibility
Eligible applicants are NSW Show Organising Committees recognised by the AgriCultural Societies Council of NSW Ltd and listed in Appendix A in the program guidelines.
Refer to the program guidelines for all other eligibility requirements including eligible and ineligible costs.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Establishment of care coordination program
Department Name: South Eastern NSW PHN (COORDINARE)
Closing Date: 02/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.coordinare.org.au/commissioning/how-commissioning-works/

Contact Person

Email: commissioning@coordinare.org.au

Details

EOI - Establishment of a Care Coordination Program

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Grants
Department Name: City of Ryde
Closing Date: 25/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/Community/Grants/Council-Grants/City-of-Ryde-Grants

Contact Person

Position: Council’s Community Grants Coordinator
Email: commgrants@ryde.nsw.gov.au
Telephone: 9952 8222

Details

Community Grants
If you have a great idea that could benefit people in the City of Ryde, a City of Ryde Community Grant may be able to assist you. Grants are able to provide financial support to Not-for-profit organisations, and in some instances individuals, to undertake projects which address a Community need.
To be eligible for a grant you must meet the criteria outlined in the City of Ryde Community Grants Guidelines. Please note that this is a competitive process and not all applications will be funded.
We have three rounds of grants open during the year.
• Two large grants rounds
• One small grant round is available each year
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There are seven categories of grants available:
SMALL GRANT
Funding up to $2,500
Total funding pool: $20,000 per year
Small grants are designed to respond to projects that are of Community benefit and fall outside of the standard grant categories or large grant rounds.
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CommunitY WELLBEING
Major, Medium and Small sub-categories are available with funding up to $15,000 with a matched contribution.
Total funding pool: $200,000 per year
Community wellbeing grants are for projects that develop a connected and inclusive Community and support activities that promote Health, Community Safety, accessibility and liveability in the area.
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EVENTS
Major, Medium and Small sub-categories are available with funding up to $15,000 with a matched contribution
Total funding pool: $100,000 per year
Events grants are to support activities that deliver Community-based festivals and events which showcase the diversity and rich Culture of the City of Ryde.
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ARTS AND CREATIVITY
Funding up to $5,000
Total funding pool: $20,000 per year
Arts and creativity grants are open to Not-for-profit groups and individuals to support Community-led programs and projects that stimulate creative and Cultural expression in the City of Ryde.
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CommunitY FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
Funding up to $5,000
Total funding pool: $20,000 per year
Community facilities and equipment grants are to providing funding for small scale capital works and the purchase of equipment to provide support and benefit to the Community.
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SPORT AND Recreation
Funding up to $5,000
Total funding pool: $20,000 per year
Sport and Recreation grants are to increase participation in Sporting and Recreational activities, primarily at a Community level.
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VENUE HIRE
Funding up to $5,000
Total funding pool: $20,000 per year
Venue hire grants provide financial assistance to Community groups to access Council’s hireable halls and meeting rooms.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Small public art projects
Department Name: Lane Cove Council
Closing Date: 16/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au/Community/LoveWhereYouLive/Pages/ArtsandCulture.aspx

Contact Person

Email: cultural@lanecove.nsw.gov.au

Details

Artist call out for Small Public art Projects in Lane Cove
Sydney artists. Council is calling for submissions from Lane Cove and Sydney artists of original, colourful and appropriate works for public display across different public art projects.
The new calendar year provides exciting opportunities for Lane Cove and Sydney artists. Council is calling for submissions from Lane Cove and Sydney artists of original, colourful and appropriate works for public display across the following public art projects:
• Traffic Signal Box project;
• Ping Pong Table project; and
• Street Libraries project.
Artists are welcome to apply for one or multiple projects and we strongly encourage that artists Carefully consider the relevancy of their artwork design for each project’s location.

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Summary

Location: NSW
Title of Funding Opportunity: Psychosocial physical health & wellbeing initiative
Department Name: Murrumbidgee PHN
Closing Date: 24/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://mphn.org.au/tenders

Contact Person

Email: tenders@mphn.org.au

Details

Psychosocial Physical Health and Wellbeing Initiative
MPHN has been funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health to improve outcomes for people living with a severe mental illness through the provision of psychosocial supports in the Community.
Psychosocial supports are a non-clinical interventions that can assist people with severe mental illness to participate in their Community, manage daily tasks, undertake work or study, find Housing, get involved in activities, and make connections with Family and friends.
People living with a mental illness experience significant disparities in physical Health and reduced life expectancy. Psychosocial supports focused on maintaining and improving physical wellbeing are an important component to ensuring people living with a severe mental illness experience improved Health outcomes and quality of life.
Opportunity on Offer:
MPHN is seeking to engage a suitably experienced provider to develop an integrated multi-strategy approach to improving physical Health Care outcomes for people with a severe mental illness accessing primary Care, mental Health and psychosocial support services across the Murrumbidgee region.
Applicants must have demonstrated experience and understanding of mental Health and associated physical Health issues. Applications will need to demonstrate experience in program monitoring and outcomes evaluation.
This is an open tender process.

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Summary

Location: NT
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Event Funding
Department Name: Northern Territory Major Events Company
Closing Date: 11/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://ntmec.smartygrants.com.au/

Contact Person

Email: ntmec.grants@nt.gov.au
Telephone: 08 8999 6286

Details

Northern Territory Major Events Company Event Funding
G'day. We are Northern Territory Major Events Company (NTMEC). Since 1999 we’ve been delivering events across the Territory and, as the front door for the events industry, we are proud to support world-class festivals and events from the Top End down to the Red Centre.
That support includes delivering an Event Funding Program (EFP) on behalf of the Northern Territory Government.
The program aims to strengthen the Territory’s events sector by increasing the quality of festivals and events, which also upskills our industry and encourages more people to visit the NT and experience this incredible place we call home.
Applications will only be considered for single year funding and events will be held between May 2022 and September 2023.
Funding opportunities include:
Community Event Funding up to $30 000
This funding supports events that make the Northern Territory a more enjoyable place to live. Events are mainly targeted at a local audience and have strong Community support.
Funding will be considered for events that:
Make the Territory more liveable and reveal its rich history and Culture
Have strong Community support and can demonstrate high demand from the Community for the event
Attract small levels of non-local attendees
If the event has received Northern Territory Government support over consecutive years, the application should detail
how this funding will be used to enhance the event and add additional value to the Community

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Summary

Location: NT
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Grants
Department Name: City of Darwin
Closing Date: 31/03/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.darwin.nt.gov.au/community/programs/grants-sponsorship/community-grants

Contact Person

Position: Community Development Officer
Email: communitygrants@darwin.nt.gov.au
Telephone: 08 8930 0560

Details

Community Grants
Who Can Apply
Funding is available for new projects and initiatives, not existing programs or operational costs.
Organisations must be incorporated or be auspiced by an incorporated organisation for the purposes of this application;
Proposed activities must occur within the timeframe specified for each funding round; and
Activities must occur within the Darwin municipality.
Auspice - if you are unincorporated or an individual you will need the support of an incorporated organisation to act as a sponsor, to be an intermediary for financial purposes. If required, please contact us for support in connecting you with a suitable organisation.

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Summary

Location: QLD
Title of Funding Opportunity: Anzac Day Funding
Department Name: Ipswich City Council
Closing Date: 28/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.ipswich.qld.gov.au/services/funding-and-support

Contact Person

Email: communityfunding@ipswich.qld.gov.au
Telephone: 07 3810 6648

Details

Applications open for 2022 Anzac Day Funding
Funding is available to support the development and delivery of 2022 Anzac Day Commemorations with Ipswich City Council encouraging Community organisations to now apply.
Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said Council is committed to delivering and supporting Anzac Day commemorations across Ipswich.
“Council continues to honour and build upon Ipswich’s strong Community spirit with funding now available for Anzac Day 2022,” Mayor Harding said.
“I would encourage registered Not-for-profit Community organisations to get their applications in as the process is now open until 28 February 2022.”
Community, Culture, arts and Sport Committee Chairperson Councillor Andrew Fechner said council seeks to support Anzac Day with grants of up to $15,000.
“Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance that brings the whole Community together to remember those who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations,” Cr Fechner said.
“The funding is for organisations to hold events on Anzac Day.”
Funding can be used for:
• Venue and equipment hire
• Road closures/ traffic management
• Hire of temporary infrastructure
• Engagement of short-term specialised personnel to assist with event and logistics management.

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Summary

Location: QLD
Title of Funding Opportunity: Domestic and family violence services
Department Name: Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Closing Date: 19/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://qtenders.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=17E0B0680F7E19F6BF6215675F18FAF6&id=34479&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3D01A0437DFB4FE34C1077CC3914E7C0CD%26amp%3Baction%3Dadvanced-tender-search-open-tender%26amp%3BchangeLevel%3D%26amp%3Binputlist%3DhasETB%26amp%3BorderBy%3DcloseDate%26amp%3BwithdrawalReason%3D%26amp%3BexpiredReason%3D%26amp%3BtenderState%3D%26amp%3BtenderId%3D%26amp%3Bpage%3D6%26amp%3Bas_sfid%3DAAAAAAU9Ao9q60ZdEnnT_qYW8hsr0bEnSU8wHlwk87LzXGswUu7XwEgs2fdybCtguPnBWKI8vuGrqoS2xkIxKrK6YFod1QGpaOxCayXcuvqGkRu0jeJ_ck0xpne3dMKqB9cl2pgm067cwUpGvOGeUsSXxhFNiiecJw8VLIGRCjOpMGrkMw%253D%253D%26amp%3Bas_fid%3D52657d837bc6947bda951394db7aec24dda85bd7

Contact Person

Name: Guy Tesoriero
Email: guy.tesoriero@justice.qld.gov.au

Details

DJAG7122122 - Domestic and Family violence Services in Central Queensland
Offers are invited by the State of Queensland (acting through the Department of Justice and Attorney-General) in relation to Invitation to Offer (ITO). 712.2122 for the establishment of a Contract for Domestic and Family violence Services in Central Queensland.
Notes
1) This ITO is for provision domestic and Family violence services in Rockhampton, Longreach and Emerald. Providers can submit per location and do not need to submit an offer for all three sites. Services will be tailored to the specific circumstances and needs of the local Community, developed and delivered in consultation with the local Community, and operate for the benefit of the Communities where they will be delivered.
2) Refer to Section 1 of the ITO for full details of the requirements.
3) Suppliers are required to complete Sections 2 to 4 of the ITO.

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Summary

Location: SA
Title of Funding Opportunity: Funding - Sponsorship Program
Department Name: Port Augusta City Council
Closing Date: 04/02/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.portaugusta.sa.gov.au/community/sponshorship

Contact Person

Name: Jordan Crabtree
Telephone: 8641 5400

Details

Sponsorship Program 2022/2023
Applications for the Community Sponsorship Program are now being accepted for the 2022/2023 financial year. Community/Sporting Clubs are encouraged to apply for funding assistance for any future Community events/activities.
This funding program offers financial assistance towards organisations and events in Port Augusta and Stirling North.
“This provides a great opportunity for Community groups and clubs to leverage funding from Council to assist with locally planned activities.” John Banks, CEO Port Augusta City Council stated.
Council aims to develop partnerships over several years, Sponsorships may continue for up to three years for ongoing events and festivals. All proposals must align with the Council’s strategic directions and outcomes.
Sponsorship may assist in enabling local, national, or international programs, events, and activities to be held. Activities must contribute to the identity of the city, promote economic growth, and encourage Community participation.
Applicants must demonstrate that their proposed project, program, or activity meets the selection criteria stated in the guidelines.

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Location: SA
Title of Funding Opportunity: Housing for people with a psychosocial disability
Department Name: SA Health
Closing Date: 10/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.tenders.sa.gov.au/tender/view?id=236116

Contact Person

Name: Timothy Braund
Email: Timonthy.Braund2@sa.gov.au

Details

A3211976. Department for Health and Wellbeing seeks Expressions of Interest from Service Providers for the supply of Housing for people with a Psychosocial Disability (DH050670).

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Summary

Location: TAS
Title of Funding Opportunity: Environment Grants
Department Name: Huon Valley Council
Closing Date: 17/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.huonvalley.tas.gov.au/services/natural-resources-2/huon-valley-care-groups/volunteer-care-group-grants/

Contact Person

Email: nrm@huonvalley.tas.gov.au
Telephone: (03) 6264 0300

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Natural Resource Management Environment Grants
Huon Valley Council allocates annual funding to support Environmental projects in the Huon Valley. Many of these projects are undertaken by Volunteer members of Environmental Care groups such as LandCare, CoastCare, WildCare, and to local landowners with an individual LandCare Tasmania membership and associated insurance.
PROJECT GRANTS UP TO A MAXIMUM OF $4,000
Are available to the above-mentioned groups to undertake on-ground works within the Huon Valley municipal area. Only one application per group, per year can be considered.
SUPPORT GRANTS UP TO A MAXIMUM OF $500
Are available to the above-mentioned groups to undertake Training or purchase equipment for the purpose of supporting the group’s activities. Training can include technical Training, Workplace Health and Safety (first aid or other), governance Training, or other relevant Training (e.g. LandCare Conference). Only one application per group, per year can be considered.
A group is eligible to apply for a combined project and support grant, however the total grant amount must not exceed $4,000.

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Location: VIC
Title of Funding Opportunity: Household Education & Behaviour Change Fund
Department Name: Sustainability Victoria
Closing Date: 15/03/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/grants-funding-and-investment/grants-and-funding/recycling-victoria-household-education-and-behaviour-change-fund-round-2

Contact Person

Email: grants.enquiries@sustainability.vic.gov.au
Telephone: +61 3 8656 6757

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Recycling Victoria Household Education and Behaviour Change Fund - Round 2
Sustainability Victoria is delivering the Recycling Victoria Household Education and Behaviour Change Program to help educate Victorians to better manage and reduce their household waste. This will involve state-wide and local campaigns.
To support the delivery of local campaigns, the $6.03 million Recycling Victoria Household Education and Behaviour Change Fund (the Fund) provides financial support to all Victorian councils and Alpine Resort Management Boards (ARMBs).
Applicants must:
• use the Campaign Materials developed by Sustainability Victoria when they introduce New Household Recycling Services; or
• transition to using the Campaign Materials developed by Sustainability Victoria if they have already delivered a 4-stream household recycling service.
The Campaign Materials educate and help Victorians to use the new (or existing) services correctly, to achieve low levels of contamination. Initial campaign materials are available now from the asset library and the full suite of new campaign materials will be available from March 2022.

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Location: VIC
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Equipment Grants
Department Name: Campaspe Shire Council
Closing Date: 31/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.campaspe.vic.gov.au/Our-council/Now-open/Community-equipment-grants

Contact Person

Telephone: 5481 2206

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Community Equipment Grants
Community equipment grants provide assistance to Community groups and Sporting clubs to purchase equipment to support programs and activities.

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Location: VIC
Title of Funding Opportunity: Partnering in a social or affordable housing project on council owned land
Department Name: Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
Closing Date: 14/03/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://portal.tenderlink.com/mornpen/alltenders/

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CN2544. Partnering in a Social or Affordable Housing Project on Council Owned Land.

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Location: WA
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community driven arts project for festival
Department Name: City of Armadale
Closing Date: 10/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.armadaleartsfestival.com.au/community-arts-projects-2/

Contact Person

Email: events@armadale.wa.gov.au
Telephone: 9394 5868

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Call out for Community Driven arts Project is now open!
The City of Armadale is calling for Community driven arts projects to be part of our next Armadale arts Festival, which will be held from 29 April to 15 May 2022. We invite you to submit your ideas, arts activities and/or events to be part of this festival and leverage the opportunity for additional marketing support and promotion of your group to new audiences.
If you have a concept or project that you’re willing to drive, there’s the potential for City of Armadale assistance in the form of advice, funding and/or support. We recommend thinking of ways to build on the existing activities of your group or to experiment with something new or innovative.

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Location: WA
Title of Funding Opportunity: Community Benefit Fund
Department Name: Shire of Mount Magnet
Closing Date: 31/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://mtmagnet.wa.gov.au/ramelius-community-benefit-fund/

Contact Person

Email: shire@mtmagnet.wa.gov.au

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Ramelius Community Benefit Fund
The Shire of Mount Magnet has an agreement with Mt Magnet Gold Pty Ltd that the Company will make a series of Community benefit payments to the Shire over a three year period. The Shire will establish a fund known as the Ramelius Resources Community Benefit Fund. The purpose of the fund is to provide funding for worthwhile Community programs and/or Community infrastructure on application from bona fide Mount Magnet Community groups.
These grants are available to local members of the Mount Magnet Community who need money to assist with projects that will benefit the Community. Projects should provide long term benefits to the Community and involve local participation (Volunteers). Projects may be jointly funded (that is money may come from other organisations, grants or fundraising).

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Location: NATIONAL
Title of Funding Opportunity: Local jobs program activities - Local Jobs Program
Department Name: Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Closing Date: 07/01/2022
E-docs: Click here for documents or further information*
https://www.tenders.gov.au/Atm/Show/5287ddbd-4fcf-497a-9233-6cc4d46f632d

Contact Person

Email: localjobspurchasing@dese.gov.au

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LJPLRF Nov 21/23. Request for Tender Proposal for Activities for Local Jobs Program Local Recovery Fund 2021-2023.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment is seeking responses to this Request for Proposal from entities including Employers, Employment services and Training providers; and the Community support and Education sectors (respondents) interested in delivering Local Jobs Program Activities (LJP Activities) under the Local Jobs Program (LJP) 2021-2023 in 26 Employment Regions.
Announced on 1 September 2020, the Local Jobs Program was originally a two-year measure spanning across 25 Employment Regions in Australia. As part of the May 2021 Budget, the Australian Government announced the expansion of the program to cover all 51 Employment Regions in Australia and also extended the program to 30 June 2025.
The objectives of LJP Activities are to:
• enable local stakeholders to work in collaboration with their Facilitator and local Taskforce to design solutions to local issues regarding Employment in their region and opportunities to better skill participants to meet local Employer demand
• enable eligible participants in the jobactive (or any replacement services delivered under the New Employment Services Model) ParentsNext, Transition to Work, New Employment Services Trial, or Online Employment Services caseload to participate in activities
• connect other elements of the LJP for the ER and encourage collaboration to address one or more priorities identified in the Local Jobs Plan(s), including LJP Activities which include in kind and/or complementary funding.
This RFP is inviting initiatives that assist job seekers into Employment and/or Training with a preference for projects that commence in 2022 and are completed by end June 2023.

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