Grants and corporate sponsorship are financial contributions provided to either residents of the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA) or community based groups, organisations and services that operate within the Liverpool LGA to deliver projects that benefit residents, build or enhance the reputation of Liverpool City Council and support delivery of Council’s Community Strategic Plan.
For an overview of the programs please view Council's:
There are a range of other funding opportunities available to community organisations and groups in addition to the grants provided by Council.
A list of sites that provide information about a range of funding opportunities and resources that support applications for funding is provided for your information.
This information is provided as a reference guide only and all information should be verified with the relevant organisation/ website before using it.
The ANZ Trustees Foundation is a charitable structure for individuals, families, corporate entities and other groups. It is ideal for anyone seeking to provide long-term support for the community, whilst maintaining the value of their contributions.
The Impact Fund invests in projects that have the potential for wide-impact and application to major social issues in Australia. This could include research projects that help to shine a light on national issues; new approaches to tackling complex issues affecting Australian communities; supporting pilot projects, scaling-up programs or tailoring of successful local approaches. The four key focus areas for funding are:
ACF also represents approximately 310 philanthropic sub-funds, each with their own funding priorities and interests that seek to fund projects that will deliver positive social change in the community.
The Community Builders program provides funding for a range of services to strengthen communities and build their capacity. These services include:
Funding provided through the NSW Government to fund infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes, while promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion.
A not-for-profit organisation committed to investing in excess of $3 million each year on providing opportunities for young people.
Provides a database of available federal, state and local government grants as well as trust, foundation and corporate grants. Subscriptions are offered to receive the customised EasyGrants email newsletter that provides a tailored list of grants for not-for-profit organisations and the BusiGrants email newsletter designed for business and government.
Provides a centralised database of grant programs funded through various Federal government departments.
An Australian Government service that helps businesses locate grants and assistance programmes to support their business and build the skills and knowledge of business owners.
The grant directory provides a quick and easy way to search for grants listed from government, businesses, philanthropic sources, private donors, trusts, and those other providers. Subsidised subscriptions are offered to not-for-profit groups as well as a free one-day trial.
Australia’s original and most comprehensive funding database, detailing over 4,000 entries for grants and scholarships from various sources including government, universities, foundations, the private sector and overseas sources.
Grantsearch publish the Grants Register which is the essential guide offering a central source of information for Australian grant seekers.
Provides grants for general charitable purposes in Australia. Areas of interest are the arts, education, environment and conservation, health, social welfare, science and medical research.
The NSW Government offers millions of dollars over a number of sports-based grant programs to nurture sporting talent, help build sports facilities and develop the industry as a whole.
Perpetual is a trustee for approximately 1,000 charitable trusts valued at over $2.7 billion distributing more than $100 million each year in grants to not-for profit organisations aiming to make a difference to their communities. These grants have funded initiatives in arts and culture, education, conservation and the environment, social welfare and medical research.
The peak body that assists a community of funders, social investors and social change agents to use their financial assets and influence to achieve positive social, cultural, environmental and community change.
Philanthropy Australia also publishes the Australian Directory of Philanthropy, which is an essential online resource for not-for-profit organisations, charities and community groups with more than 200 grant-making organisations detailing their fields of interest and application procedures.
Facilitate access by not-for-profit organisations to philanthropic funds focussing on a range of interest areas across Australia.
Aims to build a fair, just, creative, sustainable and caring society by supporting initiatives that promote positive change in Australia. Grant programs are available in a number of different areas:
|Program||Funding Available||Grants Rounds||Documents|
|Sporting Donations||Up to $500|
Opens – 1 March
Closes – 21 May
|Project Development Support Sessions||NFP organisations and community groups in Liverpool are invited to meet with Council's Community Development team to present ideas for community projects for feedback on structuring and submitting an effective grant application.|
Grants and Donation Project Officer, Funding and Support. Tel: 02 8711 7824.
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