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2019 IMPACT Philanthropy

The IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program allows philanthropists and Not-for-Profits (NFPs) to connect, and allows NFPs to demonstrate how they improve outcomes for the communities in which they operate.

26TEN Grants

26TEN helps businesses, community groups, government, educators, and individuals to work together so all adults have the reading, writing, numeracy and communication skills they need for life. Any Tasmanian community, geographic or connected in other ways, with a strong, large network that has a passion for building the literacy and numeracy skills of their community is eligible to apply.

Aboriginal Responsive Skilling Grants

The Aboriginal Responsive Skilling Grants (ARSG) is a component of the Department of Trade, Business and InnovationĂªs Aboriginal Employment Program and provides funding for training to meet the needs of Aboriginal people living in urban, regional and remote NT communities.

Accelerating Commercialisation

This support service provides businesses with access to expert advice and matched funding of up to $1 million to cover eligible commercialisation costs to help them to take novel products, processes and services to market.

Arthur Marsden Whiting’s Sympathy Fund

The Arthur Marsden Whiting's Sympathy Fund has been established to provide assistance to individuals of the Protestant faith with a primary physical disability who are in need of financial assistance. Grants are available for equipment, treatment, education or training and other types of assistance needed to care for a person with a disability.

Artisanal Sector Program – Stage One Grants

Stage one grants are available to eligible producers to undertake a range of projects including: purchasing essential small-scale equipment, undertaking training in specialist food/agricultural techniques or business-related skills, and consultancy services that support and build business capability.

Aspirations4kids in Sport Grants

The Aspirations4Kids in Sport project is supported by the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF). The funding that they make available is designed for developing school athletes facing unique challenges, aged between 10-19 years whose cases fall within 3 cause categories.

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