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8th October 2013 BY: sustainabilityhub@ceres.org.au

 

Victorian Litter Innovation Fund – Round 2

Applications from shortlisted projects Close: Monday 5 December 2016 at 3:00pm

About:

The Victorian Litter Innovation Fund provides support for the Victorian community, including government, business, not-for-profit organisations, social enterprises and schools, to fund innovative approaches that prevent and reduce the impact of litter and illegal dumping.

Organisations are eligible to apply for grants of up to $20,000 for innovative solutions to litter and illegal dumping that are delivered through a partnership approach.

Projects must have at least three or more of seven elements of the Victorian Litter Action Alliance (VLAA) best practice model for litter prevention.

Info: This round includes a two stage competitive, merit-based application process. For more information, visit the Sustainability Victoria website.


Jetstar’s Flying Start Programme

Application Rounds:

SA & WA
Opens – 1 October 2016
Closes – 31 December 2016

About:

Jetstar’s Flying Start Program invites community groups and organisations across Australia to apply for a grant to fund a project that will enrich the lives of people in their local community.

Entry is open to not-for-profit community groups and organisations of any size, who are seeking funding to help enhance lives of people in their local community; and can be classified into the following categories:
– Charity
– Educational and Health Organisations
– Arts Groups or Organisation
– Sporting Group or Organisation

The grant includes $15,000 cash and $15,000 worth of travel with Jetstar anywhere on the Jetstar network.

Info: For more information visit the Jetstar website

The Propeller Fund

Round Closes: Ongoing

About: Propeller exists to share the inspirational stories of the young change-makers of Australia and support others to start their own projects.
This Propeller Fund provides 1 x $500 grant per week to a young individual to assist with helping them start their own short film project with a social or environmental focus that demonstrates local impact and have community networks and support.
Applicants must be between 12 and 25 years of age at the time of application.

Info: For more information, visit the Propeller website


Telstra’s Kids Funds 2

Round Closes: Ongoing

TKFAbout: Telstra’s Kids Fund is a valuable means by which Telstra employees can direct Telstra’s philanthropic giving and support their local communities across Australia.
Permanent Telstra Group employees can apply for a Telstra’s Kids Fund grant of $1,200 to support a project or activity run by a non-profit organisation involving a child, 18 years or under, in their immediate family. Each year $750,000 is given to local community organisations on behalf of children related to Telstra employees. Grants are awarded twice a year; each time there’s approximately 6 weeks when applications can be submitted.
Organisations such as schools, sporting clubs, hospitals and childcare centres have benefited from Telstra’s Kids Fund. Requests for musical equipment, educational resources, sport and recreation equipment and building upgrades have been among the grants given by Telstra’s Kids Fund.

Info: For more information, visit the Telstra’s Kids Fund website

 

Community Enterprise Foundation

Applications Close: Various dates

Community Enterprise Foundation LogoAbout: Community Enterprise Foundation™ aims to bring together people who care about their communities and make it easier and more efficient for them to make contributions that achieve positive local outcomes. A single foundation, capable of being the gifting structure for hundreds of communities and causes, makes this Foundation’s structure unique and highly effective.
As the philanthropic arm of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group the Foundation has worked closely with Bendigo Bank’s network of community and charitable partners since its inception in 2005.
The Foundation collects donations and contributions in a tax-effective way from individuals, businesses and governments. It also offers communities with an opportunity to build their own pool of funds to be reinvested back into the community as they see fit.

Info: To check for available grants, visit the Community Enterprise Foundation website

 

Department of Environment and Primary Industries – Small Grants Program

Applications open: Ongoing

DPI logoAbout: This grant can help with teaching your students about the importance of keeping our waterways healthy to ensure that the future generation will experience sustainability fishing. The Small Grants Program provides funding of up to $5,000 for small recreational fishing projects which benefit public recreational fishing in Victoria. Some schools have involved experts from Fishcare and Native Fish Australia when successful with the grant, to engage students with hands on experiences. 

Info: For more information, visit the Department of Environment and Primary Industries website.

 

Caltex – Sponsorship Program

Applications Close: Ongoing

About: Caltex is committed to supporting the communities in which they work and live. Their refineries and service stations support a variety of organisations, events and programs in local communities. From schools to sporting clubs, environmental projects to emergency services and surf lifesaving, Caltex believe it’s important to stay in touch with their neighbours and remain committed to their own backyard.

Info: For more information, visit the Caltex Sponsorship Program webpage.

 

Inspiring Environmental Solutions – EPA Community Funding Program


Applications close: 
Ongoing

EPA

About: When a company or individual pays a fine to the Environment Protection Agency, this money is pooled to fund environmental projects that enable the affected community to have a greater connection to their local environment. The total pool of funding on offer will vary each year, as funding is contingent upon the successful prosecution of pollution incidents, and at the discretion of the court.

Funding supports projects that enhance the environment in a public space or undertake environmental activities for the benefit of the community.

Info: For more info visit the EPA Victoria website

 

Bunnings – Local Community Support

Applications open: Ongoing

Bunnings Logo

About: From grass roots causes to local sporting clubs, schools and hospitals, Bunnings provides a wide range of support to a cross section of local community groups. They do this in many different ways including their sausage sizzles, cake stalls, hands-on D.I.Y project assistance, product donations, garden makeovers and more.

Sustainability is an important part of who they are and are committed to educating the community about how small actions can make a big difference. One of the ways they do this is through their Schools Sustainability Program, which includes activities with local schools, store visits, schoolyard makeovers and D.I.Y workshops. 

Info: For more info visit the Bunnings website