Available Grants

AVAILABLE GRANTS

  • Arts Independent Makers and Presenters - Various closing dates

    The Department of the Premier and Cabinet is responsible for the administration of arts and culture grant programs.

    Funding programs span art forms and sectors, including public art and design, independent makers and presenters, artists and organisations for the deaf, people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts.

    For more information and to apply, visit the Department of the Premier and Cabinet website.

  • Office for Ageing Well Community Grants - Various closing dates

    A range of Ageing Well Community Grants are available to fund initiatives reflecting the South Australian Government's commitment to supporting activities and contributions of the state's older residents to enable them to live fulfilling and meaningful lives, and to age well within the communities.

    Non-government, non-profit incorporated organisations can apply for Grants for Seniors and Positive Ageing Fellowship Grants.

    Local governments can apply for Age Friendly SA Grants.

    To find out more, visit SA Health.

  • Tertiary Health Education Grants - Closing 31st March 2020

    The Mount Gambier Tertiary Health Education Grants are designed to support residents from Mount Gambier and the surrounding districts who need to leave the region to undertake university studies in health skill areas required within our community.

    Application forms and eligibility criteria can be found on the City of Mount Gambier website.

  • Youth Opportunities School-Based Scholarships - Various closing dates

    Youth Opportunities graduates may also apply for a range of school-based scholarships, worth up to $1,500 in the form of career guidance, financial assistance and academic support.

    For more information and to apply, visit the Youth Opportunities website.

  • Open Space and Places for People Grant Program - Closing Friday 28th February 2020

    The South Australian Government is providing grant funding to local councils to support the purchase, planning and enhancement of public spaces throughout South Australia.

    More information and grant guidelines can be found on the SA Planning Portal website.

  • Jetstar Flying Start Program - Closing Tuesday 31st March 2020

    Jetstar's Flying Start Program invites not-for-profit community groups and organisations across Australia to apply for a grant that will enrich the lives of people in their local community.

    For further information and to apply, visit the Jetstar website.

  • Tackling Tough Times Together Grant Program - Closing Tuesday 25th February 2020

    The Tackling Tough Times Together grant program helps communities access the resources they need to support one another through the ongoing affects of drought.

    Three tiers of grants are available for a broad range of grassroots, community-led initiatives that directly benefit local communities. Applications are assessed quarterly.

    Visit the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal website for more information and to apply.

  • IGA Community Chest - No Closing Date

    The IGA Community Chest is designed to raise funds to support local communities, charities and other worthwhile causes.

    The money is raised in a variety of ways, but predominately through the purchase of products with an IGA Community Chest logo.

    For more information, visit the IGA website.

  • SA Healthy Towns Challenge - closing Thursday 9th April 2020

    The SA Healthy Towns Challenge develops preventative health programs within rural and regional communities which will have measurable benefits (over 12 months) to the community’s health and well being.

    For more information visit the SA Health website.

  • Multicultural Grants Program Celebrate Together - (Round 1) closing 31st March 2020

    The Celebrate Together Grants provide one-off funding to eligible multicultural organisations to host festivals and events that celebrate cultural diversity.

    There are two categories of grants under the Celebrate Together Grants:

    • Large Grants from $5001 to $30 000
    • Small Grants valued up to $5000

    For more information visit the SA Multicultural website.

  • Bendigo Bank Community Sponsorship Grant - Closing 1st May 2020

    Do you have a community event or project planned for July-December 2020?

    The Bendigo Bank investment grants program gives money back to the community to support not-for-profit groups and projects in the region.

    An application form is available from a local Bendigo Bank branch, or download one here.

  • Regional Events & Festivals Program Grant - Closing 20th March 2020

    The Regional Events and Festivals Program provides financial support towards marketing and PR for events that promote South Australia and its regions as tourism destinations.

    Those wishing to apply for funding in 2020-21 are encouraged to review the Regional Events and Festivals Program funding guidelines prior to submitting an application.

    To apply, go to the Events South Australia funding portal.

  • Community Events Development Fund - Closing 20th March 2020

    The Community Events Development Fund provides up to $5,000 towards events that promote South Australia and its regions as tourism destinations.

    This fund supports new, smaller or community-based events seeking to increase their tourism relevance, or undertake a specific project to achieve this.

    Those wishing to apply for funding in 2020-21 are encouraged to review the Community Events Development Fund guidelines prior to submitting an application.

    To apply, go to the Events South Australia funding portal.

  • Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program - Closing Feb 28th

    The Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program is an initiative of the State Government to work with and support innovative non-government organisations who can bring new ideas to improve and diversify palliative care. This will increase access to services across South Australia for those who need it most including:

    1. Improving Palliative Care in Residential Aged Care Facilities

    2. Improving Palliative Care for Priority Populations

    For more information and the application form visit the SA Health website.

  • Digital Donation Program - Closing 13th March 2020

    The Digital Donation Program was created to assist South Australian community based, not-for-profit organisations to access devices from surplus government stocks.

    For more information visit the SA GOV website

    Applications open on the 17th Feb

  • Strengthening Rural Communities - Various Closing Dates

    The Strengthening Rural Communities program aims to give the thousands of small rural, regional and remote communities an opportunity to apply for funding that can support broad community needs.

    The Strengthening Rural Communities program has two funding tiers:

    1. Small & Vital grants

    Small & Vital grants are all about meeting an immediate small scale need within a community, or for giving a boost to a larger initiative.

    • The Small & Vital grants provide funds of up to $10,000.
    • Applications are accepted year round via our online application system and awarded quarterly.
    2. Larger Leverage grants

    Through the Larger Leverage grants, small rural, regional and remote communities have an opportunity to access funding to support more aspirational objectives, think bigger and leverage the ideas, creativity and resources of communities for bigger impacts and stronger, more connected communities.

    For more information and to apply, visit the Funding for Rural & Regional Renewal website.

  • Accelerate Export Market Development Opportunities - Closing 6th March 2020

    The South Australia Export Accelerator (SAEA) Grant provides funding support to emerging, current or mature South Australian based businesses to implement a range of export market development initiatives.

    Grants range between $2000 - $30000

    For more information visit the Dowling Consultancy website.


  • Stand Like Stone Charitable Grants - Closing 31st March 2020

    The Stand Like Stone Foundation gives grants to charitable projects in the Limestone Coast which focus on community health and well being, community development, environmental and cultural projects.

    Not-for-profit organisations in the Limestone Coast are invited to apply to the Stand Like Stone Foundation for grants for charitable projects up to $10,000.

    For more information and to download the application form, visit the Stand Like Stone website.

  • Stand Like Stone Community Capacity Building Grants - Closing 31st March 2020

    Stand Like Stone provides funding for charitable projects of $5,000-20,000

    Up to $50,000 distributed annually. Funding for larger projects may be phased over 2-3 years

    For more information and to download the application form, visit the Stand Like Stone website.

  • Stand Like Stone Educational Scholarship Fund - Closing 31st March 2020

    Stand Like Stone has made available scholarship funding for students seeking to undertake study in 2020. Two additional scholarships of $5000 each will be funded from the Lorry Humphreys Sub Fund of Stand Like Stone. The scholarships are available for Arts or Trade based courses that are being undertaken in 2020.

    For more information and to download the application form, visit the Stand Like Stone website.