Latest Grants

  • Behavioural Insights Team
    $270,181 to trial, evaluate and roadmap interventions for the Code for Online Decisions & Ethics (CODE) Program.
  • National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy
    $375,000 over three years to employ a Marketing and Fundraising Manager.
  • The Family Centre
    $319,606 over three years for It Takes a Town, an initiative focused on creating opportunities and environments for children and their families to thrive.
  • Walter and Eliza Hall Supplementary Trust
    $2,500,000 over five years for the Small Grants Program, responding to the needs of people in necessitous circumstances.
  • Jesuit Refugee Service
    $50,000 towards the Empowered to Work project, an employment training program for people seeking asylum to facilitate their participation in the Australian labour market.
  • Public Interest Advocacy Centre
    $50,000 towards the Indigenous Child Protection project, an initiative to reduce the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children entering the out-of-home care system.

All organisations considering applying to VFFF are requested to read our guidelines and then contact us on (02) 9291 2727 before commencing an application.

 

VFFF considers requests in two areas:

Over the last seven years, VFFF has supported new ways of working through a number of strategic programs. We have learnt by investing our time and people as well as funds into this work – gaining insight from strategic delivery partners and local people on the ground to help build the futures communities envisage.