Poverty & Disadvantage
Large Grants Program
The focus area for the Poverty & Disadvantage Large Grants Program is young people aged from 12 to 23 years living in or transitioning out of out-of-home care.
Please note: we do not accept unsolicited applications to the Poverty & Disadvantage Large Grants Program.
Capacity Building Stream
Through its Capacity Building Stream the Poverty & Disadvantage Program aims to enhance the capacity of organisations working with young people aged from 12 to 23 years living in or transitioning out of out-of-home care.
- Not-for- profit and community-based organisations located and headquartered in Australia
Organisations working within this Program’s single focus area
Annual revenue of less than $15 million.
- Grant Size:
- Grants of between $25,000 and $100,000 will be available.
Small Grants Program
This Small Grants Program supports strategies to benefit Australian communities.
- Communities experiencing social and economic exclusion with particular emphasis on Indigenous Australians
Asylum seekers and refugees, and people living in isolated rural and remote areas of Australia
Children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who lack the opportunity to improve their well-being.
- Grant Size:
- Grants are capped at $10,000 and are generally made for a 12 month period only. The requested amount may be part of a budget of up to $50,000.