Youth Development and Support Program
The Youth Development and Support Program is a national program designed to provide financial support to not-for-profit organisations to support initiatives for 12-25 year olds to develop skills and innovative opportunities in their communities.
A total of $500,000 is available to support eligible organisations to deliver projects for implementation in 2010-11. It is anticipated that the majority of grants made as part of the Program will be around $15,000.
Applications will close Friday 9 July 2010.
For more information visit Youth.gov.au.
Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund
The Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund is dedicated to helping ensure grass-roots children’s charities receive the funding and attention they need.
Funded entirely by Commonwealth Bank staff, the grants will provide over half a million dollars in individual grants of up to $10,000 to assist children’s charities.
Applications for grants close Friday, 30 July 2010, and successful applicants will be announced on Monday, 11 October 2010.
To apply or for more information, visit the Commonwealth Bank.
Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of Higher Education 2010
The Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of Higher Education is part of a program of awards from B-HERT, a round table that recognises outstanding achievements in collaboration between business and higher education, and initiatives that enhance links between industry and universities.
The Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of Higher Education is made to an entity that has encouraged and/or provided philanthropic support to one or more higher education institutions.
The judging panel is composed of Chris McMillan, CEO, Fundraising Institute Australia, Michael Joyce, Director of Development, Melbourne Grammar School and Bruce Argyle, Membership Manager (Victoria and Tasmania), Philanthropy Australia.
Deadline for applications is 2 September 2010 and the award will be announced by Julia Gillard, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations at the Annual B-HERT Awards Dinner on 4 November 2010, in Melbourne.
For more information visit B-HERT.
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