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Funding themes

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  • Agriculture
  • Christianity
  • Community wellbeing

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What we provide support for

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This refers to organisational and administrative costs such as salaries and overheads that maintain the everyday operation of an organisation. VFFF primarily makes core operations grants for small to medium-sized organisations at a critical time of transition or development.

  • Towards seed funding for CareerSeekers to establish the New Australian Internship Program. ($200,000 over three years)
  • Employ an Education Officer at Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia, to promote primary industries in schools and communities. ($300,000 over three years)
  • Towards core operations (salaries and rent) for Youth Food Movement Australia, an organisation that aims to grow young Australians’ consciousness about food and where it comes from. ($580,364 over three years). 

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Capacity building grants aim to strengthen organisations by investing in core competencies such as business or operational planning, board development and governance, management capacity, staff training, leadership development and infrastructure. This support intends to enhance the ability of an organisation to operate more effectively beyond the conclusion of the grant.

  • Employ a grant writer at Sydney Story Factory to assist with raising funds to facilitate their expansion into Western Sydney. ($106,666 over two years)
  • For CuriousWorks to employ a Business Development Manager and develop a social enterprise business plan to grow income and provide professional development for young people in Western Sydney. ($200,000 over three years)
  • To establish the Northern Inland Aged Care Alliance, a group of nine residential care providers from New England and Northern Rivers. Their collective purpose is to build viable not for profit aged care services in regional NSW communities. ($50,000)

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This refers to costs that are directly related to the development, implementation, delivery and evaluation of a specific program or activity. Most VFFF grants under $50,000 tend to be for programs as well as some larger grants.

  • For Birrang to establish the Maranguka Driving Licensing Initiative to reduce social and economic limitations for Indigenous people in Bourke, NSW. ($223,832 over three years)
  • For Weave to run Creating Futures Justice Project, a prison release program to reduce recidivism rates of young people in Sydney’s inner South East communities. ($362,965 over three years)
  • To Public Interest Advocacy Centre for the Asylum Seeker Health Rights Project, which aims to influence policy so that a basic level of medical care is implemented in immigration detention. ($50,000) 

VFFF particularly seeks to support organisations that are unable to rely on high profile fundraising. As such, an important part of our assessment is whether the activity is likely to be funded through other sources (i.e. Government, corporate, community or other).

VFFF also takes into account whether an organisation:

  • has sufficient capacity to carry out the proposed activity
  • has other financial support or will leverage VFFF support to obtain further funding
  • uses innovative or groundbreaking concepts or methodologies
  • collaborates with others in their field
  • is committed to evaluation and dissemination, with a view to replication
  • will be able to sustain results into the future.


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VFFF considers requests from organisations registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). VFFF does not make grants to auspiced entities. Auspicing is the practice whereby an organisation applies for funding through another organisation which is a registered charity.

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VFFF makes distributions within Australia, with priority given to those in NSW, remote areas of northern Australia or, in some cases, to national level programs.

Organisations based outside NSW should contact VFFF before submitting an application for funding.

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With a few exceptions, VFFF does not provide ongoing funding or make grants that constitute the sole funding of an initiative. VFFF does not consider applications for grants of less than $20,000.

VFFF does not provide funding for the following*:

  • Generic public fundraising appeals
  • Capital or endowment funds established to provide a corpus for institutions
  • Conferences, seminars, forums, festivals and workshops
  • Emergency requests or disaster appeals
  • Individuals (including travel and accommodation costs)
  • Projects which obviously duplicate existing services
  • Political projects and/or lobby groups
  • Fundraising costs

Download the guidelines

*VFFF reserves the right, from time to time, to approve initiatives within the exclusions list, at the discretion of Directors.

Latest Grants

  • Cullunghutti Aboriginal Centre
    $507,350 over three years towards core operations of the Wellbeing Hub at Nowra East Public School, a coordinated access point for services to support students and families in Nowra.
  • Our Community Project
    $287,063 over three years to employ a Communications and Business Development Manager to support Green Connect's business growth and increase employment opportunities for refugees.
    $518,807 over three years for core operations support towards SCARF’s transition from a founder-led charity model to a social business.
  • St Andrews Cathedral
    $650,000 towards the redevelopment of St Andrews Cathedral House.
  • Rural Aid Australia
    $40,000 towards the Farm Rescue program in NSW, a program that coordinates skilled tradespeople and other volunteers to carry out key, small-scale infrastructure projects in regional areas.
  • Milton Ulladulla Men's Shed
    $50,000 towards the construction of a new shed
  • The Pyjama Foundtion
    $45,000 to expand the Love of Learning program to Western Sydney, a program that provides reading tuition to children in foster care.