Grants

For Bush Fire specific grants and support, click here. 

 

Below are the details of some ongoing and current grants available to the Southern Inland community. 

There are many more grants available and this list is not intended to be an exhaustive list. Grant Finder allows you to search for specific grants or types of grants.

Grants Closing Soon

Tackling Tough Times Together - 25th February 2020

The Tackling Tough Times Together (TTTT) program gives drought affected communities across rural, regional and remote Australia the opportunity to access funds that benefit their immediate and long-term needs. Grants are available for grassroots, community-led initiatives that directly benefit local
communities.

Assisting Small Exporters - closing 28th February 2020

Grants are available to organisations and individuals for projects that support small exporters in the dairy, fish, eggs, grain, plant, horticulture, meat and animal products industries to overcome barriers to market access.

Increasing Resilience to Climate Change - closing 28th February 2020

The Increasing Resilience to Climate Change program Community Grants stream provides funding for local communities to address climate change impacts in their region. It provides grants between $10,000 to $30,000 to community organisations, with a total of $600,000 available for the program.

Wine Export Program - closing 1st May 2020 

Wine Export Grants are offered for specific wine export promotion activities aimed at supporting small and medium wine businesses to secure new distribution channels in China, Hong Kong, Macau and/or the USA.

Disaster recovery grants - closing 23rd June 2020 for Wingecarribee applicants and 3rd July 2020 for Snowy Monaro and Queanbeyan applicants

Disaster recovery grants of up to $15,000 are now available to primary producers, small businesses and not-for-profit organisations in LGAs affected by the NSW bushfires that have occured from 31 August 2019.

CWA of NSW Drought Aid – closing once funds are allocated

Assistance to help meet household expenses for drought affected families, up to a maximum of $3,000 per family/household, is available to eligible applicants. Applicants who apply must rely on farming for the majority of their income. 

Incubator Support Grant - New and Existing Incubators - closes once funds are allocated 

To help develop new incubators in regional areas and to support high-performing existing incubators. 

How we can help

RDA Central West has developed a Guide to Successful Grant Writing to help make sure you have the best possible chance of winning that grant. Click below to read the guide. 


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Be sure to also regularly check our Facebook and Twitter page for grants updates. 

Contact us to seek direct support. In addition to sourcing relevant data, we can  provide letters of support and feedback on your grant applications. 

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