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Funding Opportunities for your School - 14 March 2019

Posted on 14 March 2019
Funding Opportunities for your School - 14 March 2019
1.     Inspiring Environmental Solutions EPA's community funding program (VIC)
The Program invites Victorian communities to develop projects which benefit both the community and the environment affected by a pollution event. Applications are invited from incorporated groups and organisations or other legal entities (other than individuals) that have an environmental or environment related role. Schools are eligible to apply. Applications are ongoing. https://www.epa.vic.gov.au/our-work/programs/inspiring-environmental-solutions

2.     Creativity Australia - With One Voice grants
The With One Voice movement is about strengthening communities and inspiring individuals to find their voice.  It's about building bridges between those who are experiencing disadvantage and those who are more fortunate, and creating opportunities for people of diverse backgrounds and situations to learn from one another and help each other. Applications close 5pm, Friday 29 March 2019. https://www.creativityaustralia.org.au/choirs/start/

3.     Westfield Local Heroes Grant Program
The Westfield Local Heroes Grant Program discovers and celebrates people who promote social wellbeing and/or harmony in our communities through their work, across one or more of the three social values of family, youth opportunity and inclusion. Individuals are nominated and voted for by their community, with three finalists per Westfield centre each awarded a $10,000 grant to support their affiliated organisation's work or activities. Nominations open 19 March 2019 and close 8 April 2019. https://www.westfield.com.au/local-heroes

4.     Local Sport Defibrillator Grant Program (NSW)
Round 3 of the NSW's Government's Local Sport Defibrillator Grant Program is open for applications. The program assists sports organisations to purchase Automated External Defibrillators to respond to cardiac emergencies. Sporting clubs and organisations across NSW are encouraged to apply. Applications close 6 May 2019. https://sport.nsw.gov.au/clubs/grants/defibrillator 

5.     EPIC Community Grants (ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS, VIC)
EPIC Assist provides a personalised service to help people with disability achieve their employment goals. EPIC has almost 200 local sponsorships available each year, valued at $300. EPIC will consider sponsoring initiatives that: benefit people with disability; provide opportunities for EPIC to connect with potential job seekers and employers. Schools are eligible to apply. Applications close 22 May 2019. https://epicassist.org/get-involved/community-grants/

6.     Premier's Reading Challenge (TAS)
Students from Prep to Year 6 are challenged to read 10 books in 10 weeks. They can negotiate with their teacher to have a large chapter book counted as being more than one book. Whilst reading 10 books means the student has completed the Challenge, they can read more. Extra pages can be downloaded to add to the reading log.  A variety of prizes and incentives are available. The Challenge runs from 29 April 2019 until 5 July 2019. https://premiersreadingchallenge.tas.gov.au/

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