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    • 2017 Community Infrastructure and Cultural Precincts (CICP) program
      2017 Community Infrastructure and Cultural Precincts (CICP) program

      The Community Infrastructure and Cultural Precincts Program (CICP) Program provides funding to help maintain existing community infrastructure, build new community infrastructure, or enhance cultural precincts for culturally diverse communities.

      Category: Arts, Culture & Heritage

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Local councils, Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 3 July 2017

      Closing date: 14 August 2017

      Status: Open

      Victorian Multicultural Commission

    • 2017-2018 Multicultural Festivals and Events Program
      2017-2018 Multicultural Festivals and Events Program

      The Victorian Government is committed to promoting and enhancing the social, cultural and economic benefits of cultural diversity to all Victorians. The Multicultural Festivals and Events (MFE) program encourages participation of the whole Victorian community in festivals and events to celebrate and embrace our vibrant multicultural diversity. This initiative is administered by the Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Multicultural Affairs and Social Cohesion (MASC) Division.

      Category: Arts, Culture & Heritage

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Local councils, Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 27 February 2017

      Closing date: 10 April 2017

      Status: Closed

      Victorian Multicultural Commission

    • Aboriginal Maternal and Child Health Initiative (AMCHI)
      Aboriginal Maternal and Child Health Initiative (AMCHI)

      The Service Model aims to deliver more culturally responsive, high quality and tailored MCH services for Aboriginal families. It encompasses the provision of the Universal MCH Service, which delivers a free, universally accessible, statewide service for all families with children aged from birth to school age.

      Category: Education, Health

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Local councils, Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 14 June 2017

      Closing date: 26 July 2017

      Status: Closing soon

      Department of Education and Training

    • Advance Schools Program
      Advance Schools Program

      Advance is a school-based program for young people to volunteer in their community. It is a partnership between the Department of Human Services, Victorian Government secondary schools and community organisations.

      Category: Community, Education

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Individuals, Students

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Anzac Centenary Community Grant Program 2017-18 - Round 1
      Anzac Centenary Community Grant Program 2017-18 - Round 1

      The Anzac Centenary Community Grant Program offers funding to eligible organisations for projects that commemorate the service and sacrifice of World War One (WWI) veterans and their communities or inform and educate Victorians about the experiences of WWI veterans and their communities. WWI related projects could include new memorials, one off community events, local community education projects and the preservation of WWI history. The program will run over the Anzac Centenary (2014-18) and is designed to support projects up to $20,000 (excluding GST).

      Category: Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Local councils, Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 5 June 2017

      Closing date: 28 August 2017

      Status: Open

      Department of Premier and Cabinet

    • ANZAC Commemorative Naming Project
      ANZAC Commemorative Naming Project

      During the ANZAC centenary period (2014-18), the Victorian government is conducting a commemorative naming project in partnership with naming authorities, primarily councils. The project is an opportunity for Victorians to acknowledge the wartime service and sacrifice of their local municipality's military service people or locals who supported Australia's military cause. The Office of Geographic Names is managing the Anzac Commemorative Naming Project on behalf of the Veterans Unit of the Department of Premier and Cabinet.

      Category: Arts, Culture & Heritage

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Local councils, Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

    • Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program
      Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program

      Up to $71000 to get strategic planning assistance, business mentoring and networking help.

      Category: Business

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Businesses and For Profit Organisation

      Status: Ongoing

      Business Victoria

    • Berry Family Fellowship
      Berry Family Fellowship

      The Berry Family Fellowship carries a grant of $15,000 for a project exploring an aspect of the social history of Melbourne or Victoria, based on the State Library collections. It is offered every second year to commemorate the contribution of the Berry family to the cultural life of Melbourne and Victoria. Please note: The Berry Family Fellowship will not be offered in 2015–16.

      Category: Arts, Culture & Heritage

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Individuals, Students

      Opening date: 1 February 2016

      Closing date: 17 April 2016

      Status: Ongoing

      State Library of Victoria

    • Bio USA Trade Mission 2016
      Bio USA Trade Mission 2016

      Attend the Victorian Government Victoria Week trade mission to India, 20-24 April 2015. You may be eligible for financial assistance of up to $2,000*.

      Category: Business

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Businesses and For Profit Organisation

      Status: Ongoing

      Business Victoria

    • Biodiversity On-ground Action program - 2017 Community & Volunteer Action Grants
      Biodiversity On-ground Action program - 2017 Community & Volunteer Action Grants

      The 2017 Community & Volunteer Action Grants support practical community efforts to deliver conservation projects on public and private land.

      A range of community groups and not-for-profit organisations can apply for the $1 million available for activities to protect and conserve Victoria's native plants and animals, habitats and threatened species.

      Grants are available between $5,000 and $50,000 for single or multiple-year projects.

      Category: Community, Environment

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 4 April 2017

      Closing date: 10 May 2017

      Status: Closed

      Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

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