This year several grantee projects and programs funded by the Foundation have won awards for excellence.
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.
This round the Foundation awarded 71 grants totaling $7,368,221 in Community Wellbeing, Medical Research, Education, Science, Environment & Conservation, Travel and Conference. Grants were made to organisations from every state and territory.
Join us for three webinars on Thursday 30 August 2018 as part of our Grantseeker Forum in Darwin.
At the recent board meeting, applications were considered in the Arts, Health & Disability and Knowledge & Learning program areas. Seventy grants were awarded, valuing $2.4 million.
A handful of our Victorian-based grantees had the opportunity this March to learn to pitch like pros, thanks to our Pitch Perfect workshop series.
The latest funding round (Round 3, 2017) is the annual Foundation’s 'by invitation' round that concentrates on Major Grants, accompanied by a number of other applications in several program areas. A total of $12.8m was awarded to 14 grantees.
The Ian Potter Foundation Annual Grants Report 2016-17 is now published. Read about our grantees and learn about trends in the Foundation's grantmaking.
The September Board meeting considered grants for round 2, 2017. Thirty-eight grants were awarded, totaling $2.2 million.
There is a continuing concern that women are under-represented in science and that this is not just due to current career glass ceilings but also to girls not choosing to study STEM subjects at high school and university. So, how do we solve the problem of getting girls interested in STEM?