There are a number of grant opportunities open at any one time to all sorts of different organisations, or individuals, for activities they might be doing.
This page is for guidance only. Whilst we will endeavour to keep this page as up-to-date as possible, we can't always guarantee that every grant will appear here all the time.
Need help? Contact my office any time to discuss your project and we will always be happy to assist.
Australian Government Grants
The GrantConnect page can direct you to all sorts of grant opportunities for projects of all sizes. It also contains reports for grants that have been provided in the past.
National Black Spot Program
The Australian Government will provide $1.1 billion from 2013-2024 to address black spot issues on our roads. See how to nominate a black spot and more details below.
Employment Assistance Fund
The EAF gives financial help to eligible people with a disability and mental health conditions and employers to buy work-related modifications, equipment, assistance and support services.
Global Fund for Women
The Global Fund for Women invests in women's groups that advance the human rights of women and girls in the areas of zero violence, economic & political empowerment and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Tasmanian Institute of Sport
The National Representatives Fund is designed to assist with the additional costs to Tasmanian athletes and coaches competing at a junior or open competition level, or with travel overseas.
Matana Foundation for Young People
This fund provides assistance to young persons from disadvantaged or marginalised backgrounds, focusing on providing programs that target school retention and educational achievement.
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme
The NEIS provides accredited training, business advice and mentoring for the first year of business operations for those starting up and running a small business.
Screen Tas provides assistance for eligible projects including drama, documentaries and animation, features, long-form and short-form series, games development and marketing.
Aboriginal Benefits Foundation
Provides grants to assist Aboriginal communities and individuals by providing funds to support projects focusing on art, literacy, health, education and culture.