The following section includes links to the some of the most common types of funding agreement the Victorian Government uses, to help you access templates and understand which tools in this guide can help you complete them.
Victorian Common Funding Agreement
The Victorian Common Funding is the main agreement used by the Victorian Government to provide grant funding to community organisations, and it is designed to be flexible and easy to understand. It is used across departments.
|Section of VIctorian Common Funding Agreement||Relevant tools in this toolkit|
|Why the Department is funding this activity|
|Activity deliverables and payment|
DJSIR Grant agreement
Grant agreement are also used by the Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions.
|Section of the DJPR Grant Agreement||Relevant tools in this toolkit|
DFFH/DoH Service Agreement
A service is a legal contract between a government department and a funded organisation for delivery of services in the community on behalf of the Department of Health and Department of Families, Fairness and Housing.
Service agreements are set up as one contract with a service provider to ensure coordinated management across agencies and funding sources. Where a place-based approach is funded as part of a service agreement, it will be one of the funding lines included in the document.
|Section of the DFFH/DoH Service Agreement||Relevant tools in this toolkit|
|Service overview and activities|
|Funding summary and payment schedule|
Reviewed 08 March 2023