Latest grants - March 2022

New grants approved this quarter

This quarter, VFFF approved 6 new grants totalling $1,104,319. Click on each organisation to find out more about their work.


Bush Heritage Australia

$754,819 to build the capacity of Bush Heritage Australia to improve career outcomes for aspiring conservationists through the Seeding the Future program. 


Decent Work Exploration Grants

$150,000 to contribute to the development, design and feasibility testing for prospective projects that align with the goal of the Decent Work program.


Youth Action

$50,000 towards the Youth Action Throughcare Project, a partnership with the Australian Theatre for Young People to design a play on young people’s throughcare experiences.


Sustain: The Australian Food Network

$50,000 to build the capacity of Young Farmers Connect, an organisation committed to supporting the next generation of farmers.


The Nest Community

$50,000 towards The Nest Exchange Project, a program where young women are mentored and taught a selection of handmade sustainable living skills, such as sewing, crochet, and gardening.


Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good

$49,500 to fund property rental costs for twelve months to provide a safe space for young people.

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