There are plenty of federal grants available all the time.
- STRONGER COMMUNITIES PROGRAMME
The Stronger Communities Programme supports the Morrison Government’s commitment to deliver social benefits in communities across Australia.
Round 5 of the programme will provide $22.65 million to fund small capital projects in each of the 151 federal electorates.
Round 5 is open now. For all the details click the link below:
- COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM
The Communities Environment Program will provide up to $150,000 to each Federal electorate in 2019-20 for community-led projects that deliver real environmental benefits.
The program is modelled on the Government’s successful Stronger Communities program, with grants ranging from $2,500 to $20,000.
SMALL BUSINESS RECOVERY GRANTS:North Queensland small businesses affected by the North and Far North flooding can now apply for new recovery grants of up to $10,000.Federal Minister Natural Disaster and Emergency Management David Littleproud said the grants were being jointly funded under the Commonwealth-Queensland Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).These grants will be available in 14 local government areas to provide further support to small business owners.The grants are available to eligible businesses in Cloncurry Shire, Flinders Shire, McKinlay Shire, Richmond Shire, Townsville City, Burdekin Shire, Burke Shire, Carpentaria Shire, Charters Towers Shire, Croydon Shire, Douglas Shire, Etheridge Shire, Hinchinbrook Shire and Winton Shire Council areas.for more info and eligibility criteria see the website:
- For a current list of all federal grants:
- also a list of current community grants can be found here: