Member Exclusive Grant Opportunities
The Supporting Stronger Communities (SSC) grant program gives Neighbourhood and Community Houses and Centres the opportunity to access funds to target poverty and disadvantage in their local communities.
This grant provides up to $10,000 each for projects which tackle poverty and disadvantage in local communities. So far over 100 Neighbourhood Houses/Centres across Australia have received them to deliver important initiatives.
The grants are aimed at towns or cities with a population of more than 15,000 people. If you are from an area with a smaller population, see Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s (FRRR) Strengthening Rural Communities program.
To qualify, you need to be a member of Community Centres SA and have paid your membership fees.
More information and links to apply can be found on ANHCA’s website at https://www.anhca.org/grants.
Round 14 is now open!
Opens: 21 August 2023 | Closes: 28 September 2023
Download the 2023 Program Guidelines
Download the Information about eligible Partnership arrangements
Download the guide on Creating a Budget
General Grant Opportunities
Description: The Celebrate Together Grants provide one-off funding to eligible multicultural organisations to host festivals and events that celebrate cultural diversity.
1.Large grants ($5,001-$30,000) – For festivals and events that will be delivered within 12 months from July 2023. Eligible applicants will need to meet matched funding requirements for large grants
2. Small grants (up to $5,000)
Round 1: for events held between 1 July 2023 and 31 December 2023
Round 2: for events held between 1 January 2024 and 30 June 2024.
The Celebrate Together Grants 2023-24 will be awarded through two funding rounds.
|Opening date||Closing date|
|Large grants||1 February 2023||11pm on 31 March 2023|
|Small grants (round 1)||1 February 2023||11pm on 31 March 2023|
|Small grants (round 2)||1 August 2023||11pm on 30 September 2023|
Information and to Apply: Celebrate Together
Description: The Expand Together Grants are administered by Multicultural Affairs within the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC).
The grants provide one-off funding to eligible multicultural organisations to expand their capacity by upgrading community facilities or purchasing equipment to meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Expand Together Grants of up to $100,000 are available to multicultural organisations for projects to be delivered over the next 12 months.
There are matched funding requirements for applicants requesting more than $50,000.
Close: Applications for round 2 are now open and close on 30 August 2023 at 11pm.
Information and to Apply: Expand Together
Description: The Wage Subsidy Scheme provides funding for employers who hire job seekers registered with a Disability Employment Service provider to help people with disability gain skills and experience through employment.
Amount: Up to $1650
Information and to Apply: Wage Subsidy
Description: A grant to improve and activate your Men’s Sheds’ in the following areas:
- Health and Wellbeing and Events
- Shed Improvements
- Tools and Equipment
- Mental Health and Wellbeing and Events
- Automated External Defibrillator
Amount: Up to $8,000
More Information: https://mensshed.org/development-grants/
Description: Supports the improvement of the quality of life for people identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and their families. The grant will fund organisational capacity building – one-off funding to support new organisations or organisations which are seeking to grow their capacity in a relevant area and project funding.
Amount: up to $25,000
Closes: Always Open
More Information: https://www.broadtreefoundation.org/
Description: Helps small, tax-deductible, not-for-profit agencies do a terrific job in helping those in need here in Australia or overseas. Applications should fit into one (or more) of the following areas:
- Building self-sufficient communities (sustainable)
- Children and youth.
Amount: Up to $2,000
Closes: Always Open
More Information: http://ucf.org.au/apply-2
Description: Provides quick turnaround grants for small-scale community initiatives.
The program provides support across these outcomes:
- Increase community use of and access to the Adelaide Park Lands
- Safe and welcoming community spaces
- Healthy and resilient communities
- Support initiatives to achieve functional zero homelessness
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures strongly represented in city life
- Beautiful, surprising places
- Celebration of diverse community and collaborations.
Amount: up to $2,000
Closes: Always Open
More Information: https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/about-council/grants-sponsorship-incentives/community-impact-grants-strategic-partnerships/