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Small Grants

As part of its refreshed strategic plan, the Sidney Myer Fund will have two program areas: Poverty & Disadvantage and Arts & Humanities.

Small grants in Poverty & Disadvantage have been restructured with a view to building the capacity of the not-for-profit sector.

Small grants for applicants in rural and regional Australia are available through the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s Small Grants for Rural Communities program, supported by the Sidney Myer Fund.

The Australian Neighbourhood Houses and Centres Association (ANHCA) will deliver a small grants program in metropolitan areas of Australia, through the neighbourhood and community house network, supported by the Sidney Myer Fund. The Supporting Stronger Communities program will make grants up to $10,000 to tackle poverty and disadvantage in local communities.

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