The Foundation’s recent funding round focused on Major grants and invited applications. Four Major grants totaling just over $9 million were awarded. An additional three program grants were awarded totaling $660,000.
In September Louise Arkles, our Environment & Conservation Program Manager, had a rare and precious opportunity to escape from the grants treadmill and spend time with colleagues in North America. Here, she reflects on her observations and learnings from the trip.
Since 1969, The Ian Potter Foundation has awarded over 170 grants in support of Indigenous communities and/or organisations.
The Ian Potter Foundation has always proactively sought partnerships with not-for-profit organisations. This year has been no different with several new partnerships established through major grants awarded to organisations supporting Indigenous communities and people at risk of homelessness.
Charles Goode AC, Chair of The Ian Potter Foundation, reflects on the activities and achievements of the 2017-18 financial year.
It’s been a busy few months since our last newsletter. The program management team and I have recently undertaken a week-long scoping trip to the Northern Territory visiting Alice Springs and Darwin. The latest funding round saw grants made to organisations in every state and territory.