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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.
  • The Fathering Project
    $50,000 to pilot The Fathering Project in rural and regional NSW, building skills and confidence in fathering to ensure the optimum environment for children to grow and develop.
  • Poetry in Action
    $35,689 to expand into regional NSW, increasing exposure of students in regional communities to poetry and literature.
  • Dress for Success
    $48,725 to employ a Peer Support Coordinator for Success Works, a program aimed at securing labour market opportunities for women in contact with the criminal justice system.
  • Hosanna Logan City
    $40,000 towards the Maternity Hub Room, providing maternity services for the Pacifica community in Logan City.