Grants Database

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $100,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Deakin University: Faculty of Health

The role of Peer Mentors in breaking the cycle of crime and imprisonment in Geelong

To develop and trial a mentoring program for newly released prisoners delivered by ex-prisoners with lived experience of detention and successful reintegration into the community.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $232,000
  • Project State: NT
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Many Rivers Microfinance Ltd

Many Rivers - Katherine NT

To expand the Small Business Support and Economic Development Program to Katherine in the Northern Territory by employing a field officer.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $100,000
  • Project State: NSW
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Project Youth Inc

Labour Y

To expand Labour Y, a labour hire social enterprise assisting disengaged young people into supported employment.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $20,000
  • Project State: TAS
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Rural Alive and Well Inc

The evaluation of the Healthy and Resilient Communities (HaRC) Project

For the evaluation of the Healthy and Resilient Communities (HaRC) Project.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $300,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: The Trustee for Save the Children Australia Trust T/A Save the Children Australia

OutTeach Shepparton

To establish the OutTeach program, an intensive tailored education and support program for young offenders in the Shepparton area.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $20,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Victorian Women's Housing Association Ltd

Evaluation of WPI's Housing Project for Older Women

For the evaluation of a shared equity pilot project aiming to increase house affordability and securing for older women.

  • Program Area: Education
  • Amount: $250,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Deakin University

Trial of Toddler Development Instrument for monitoring children's early experiences in family and community environments

This project will trial an international monitoring tool called the Toddler Development Instrument (TDI) in Victoria as a means of addressing key gaps in the current monitoring system of child development. The TDI is a parent survey which collects information about contextual family and community processes, resources and barriers for children and their families.

  • Program Area: Education
  • Amount: $145,000
  • Project State: National
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

Elearning for early childhood educators

This project will improve the skills, knowledge and confidence of early years educators working with children and families by developing evidence-informed, accessible and affordable professional development resources on sleep.

  • Program Area: Environment & Conservation
  • Amount: $500,000
  • Project State: National
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network

Growing Green Philanthropy - AEGN Core Support

This project is for continued support of the AEGN's core operations and will further help to grow the amount, and improve the effectiveness, of environmental funding in Australia over five years.

  • Program Area: Environment & Conservation
  • Amount: $20,000
  • Project State: ACT
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Australian National University: College of Medicine, Biology and Environment

Scoping study to develop the business case for a 5-year project partnership between ANU, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) and ML

Scoping study to develop the business case for a 5-year project partnership between ANU and Meat & Livestock Australia to achieve better take-up of environmentally and socially positive farming practices in the beef industry.

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