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1. How to Apply for a Grant
This information provides an overview of the grant application process.
These links take you to the websites of other entities managed by staff and governors of The Ian Potter Foundation.
3. Alec Prentice Sewell Gift
Alec Prentice Sewell (1909–2003) bequeathed a large part of his estate to The Ian Potter Foundation and expressed a wish that it be used for the ‘maintenance, education, welfare and benefit of needy children’.
4. Community Wellbeing
Our Community Wellbeing program aims to alleviate disadvantage and promote the general wellbeing of the community.
The Ian Potter Foundation’s Conference program area supports the exchange and dissemination of ideas and knowledge across a global stage by assisting organisations to bring international keynote speakers to Australia.
Our Education program focuses on reducing educational inequity in the early years (0–8 years) by improving school readiness.
7. Environment & Conservation
Sustainability, preservation of biodiversity and landscape-scale conservation are important and complex challenges addressed in this program area.
8. Health & Disability
Innovation in health service delivery and preventative health and medicine are the focus of grant-making in this program area.
9. Medical Research
The Foundation has a long-established commitment to supporting innovation and excellence in medical research.
A central focus of The Ian Potter Foundation’s Science program area is support for exceptional scientists with the aim of making a long-term contribution to thinking and knowledge in Australia.