Funding

ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants
Help communities take action on the ideas generated by young Australians. FRRR ABC Heywire is offering $100,000 in funding to assist not-for-profit community-based organisations in rural, regional and remote Australia adopt and act on one of the seven innovative Heywire project ideas.
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Strengthening Rural Communities – Small & Vital
For smaller communities, regular access to funds can be a challenge, hence the creation of the Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) program. It has two tiers and the Small & Vital program is now open all year, with applications assessed quarterly.
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Tackling Tough Times Together (TTTT)
The Tackling Tough Times Together grant program helps communities access the resources they need to support one another through the ongoing effects of the drought.
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Regional Community Energy Fund
This program funds community energy projects in regional NSW to increase renewable energy generation, improve energy security and help communities to save money on electricity bills.
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Suicide Prevention Community Gatekeeper Training
NSW Health’s Suicide Prevention Community Gatekeeper Training initiative will deliver gatekeeper training to communities around NSW. Individuals within the community who may come into contact with people at risk of suicide, also known as ‘gatekeepers’, has been shown to be a promising suicide prevention strategy.
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TITAN Website Grants
TITAN are offering website grants of up to AU$20,000 to fund the strategy, design and build of a new website. In addition, each successful applicant will receive AU$1,000 to double donations.
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Project Grant Funding – ClubGRANTS 2019
The ClubGRANTS Scheme is a shared State Government – Club Industry Program funded by a 2.25% gaming machine tax rebate provided by the State Government to those registered Clubs with gaming machine profits in excess of $1 million per annum.  Projects in the following categories could qualify for Category 1 funding:  Community welfare and social services; community development; community health services or employment assistance activities.
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