Major round opens on 1st September 2016

The Department for Communities and Social Inclusion is making it easier for community organisations to apply for one-off grants by bringing its grant programs together through one easy application.

Grants SA brings together approximately $3 million of one-off funding from:

  • Charitable and Social Welfare Fund
  • Multicultural Celebrating Diversity
  • Volunteer Training Grants
  • Volunteer Support Fund

Eligible community organisations can apply for this funding to deliver programs, services and/or events that contribute to:

  • community needs
  • strong and inclusive communities
  • wellbeing and participation
  • skills and knowledge
  • cultural diversity
  • volunteering
  • disadvantaged young people, adults and families.

Grants will be distributed through three types of funding rounds:

  1. Major grants of $20,001-$50,000 will be open twice a year – the next round opens on 1st September 2016
  2. Medium grants of $5,001-$20,000 will be open four times a year (next rounds open 1st October & 1st December 2016)
  3. Minor grants of up to $5,000 will be open all year round (applications close 5pm on the last working day of every month)

Visit the DCSI website for more information.

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