Grant and Funding Resources

ANHCA Public Fund for DGR can be used by Neighbourhood Houses to accept tax deductible donations ($100 or over) or apply for grants from philanthropic foundations/trusts and corporations requiring DGR (deductible gift recipient) tax status. For more info on the Fund: Click Here

List of Grants relevant to Neighbourhood House Sectorunder construction

Funding Centre – an enterprise of Our Community – Tools, tips, ideas and latest grant information. Membership from $85 per annum. Click Here

Victorian Government Grants Directory – a database of grants and assistance within the the State of Victoria. Includes information on community, education, legal and business grants. Click Here

Grantsearch – A comprehensive funding database, with over 4000 entries in the areas of grants and scholarships for study, travel, research, business and professional development, the arts, sport and community projects. Subscription from $32.95 for 1 user.  Click Here

Directory of Funders – Philanthropy Australia – a listing of more than 200 grant-making organisations. Cost: $110 per annum. Click Here

GrantGuru Community – Free searchable listing of nation-wide grants for community based and not for profit organisations. Click Here

Crowdfunding – New Guidance – ACNC

Although crowdfunding has the potential to provide great benefits for charities and donors, there are some aspects of the practice that people need to consider before embarking on a campaign or donating to a cause. To assist donors and charities, ACNC have published guidance on this emerging fundraising practice. Download the Crowdfunding and Charities Guide Here

Ian Potter Foundation – Key Learnings of  grant recipients
Key Learnings – General – Excellent resource outlining the key areas to think through when preparing a grant application. Click Here
Key Learnings – Specific to Community Wellbeing – A good resource  with key questions to ask before preparing grant applications in the community wellbeing area. Click Here