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(Department of Local Government and Regional Development’s website. The home of the Grants Directory which you can search online or download from the site. This site also has a useful submission writing guide.
(Commonwealth assistance for local projects, Department of Infrastructure and Transport. Enter “Grants” in the “search” box and browse the hitlist for funding opportunities)
(For government and community grants from the Commonwealth Government)
(Quite expensive - $32.95 for 1 week; $54.95 for 1 month; $439.95 for 1 year.
Major discounts on annual subscriptions for NTEU Members. Otherwise, perhaps your local shire / council has subscribed. You can also order a hard copy of the latest GrantSearch Register of Australian Funding here.)
(Full information on grants available, submission guidelines, application forms etc.)
(Department for Communities website. For funding opportunities, click on “Community Funding”)
(Website changes format regularly. At time of printing, best instruction is to view various funding opportunities under “Programs”. Online applications are available for some funding categories)
(Funding available though Philanthropy Australia – see “GRANTSEEKERS”, bottom of menu on left-hand side of home page.)
(To get full details of available grants, you need to become an Easy Grants newsletter subscriber. $55 for NfP and Schools; $330 for Others. Perhaps your local library or Telecentre is already a subscriber. If not, check the fees online. For a sample newsletter, click on the “Find Money” tab; then click “Funding Tools and Newsletters.)
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