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Funding for Peer-Led support Groups for LGBTIQA+ Refugees and People seeking Asylum in Australia

Funding for Peer-Led support Groups for LGBTIQA+ Refugees and People seeking Asylum in Australia


Deadline: 31-Jan-21

The Pride Foundation Australia is seeking applications from existing or new peer-led support groups for LGBTIQA+ refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia.

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The funding may be for regular group meetings (face-to-face and/or virtual), or for occasional gatherings, as needed locally. Applications must be led by LGBTIQA+ refugees and/or people seeking asylum and supported by an organisation that is willing and able to host the support group. Such organisations may be LGBTIQA+ community organisations, or refugee and asylum seeker organisations, or other community-based groups. PFA can provide assistance to find an appropriate organisation if needed.

Funding Information

Up to $5,000 (no GST) is available for each group to be used over a 12-month period.
What will the funding be for?

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The funding may be for regular group meetings (face-to-face and/or virtual), or for occasional gatherings, as needed locally. Applications must be led by LGBTIQA+ refugees and/or people seeking asylum and supported by an organisation that is willing and able to host the support group. Such organisations may be LGBTIQA+ community organisations, or refugee and asylum seeker organisations, or other community-based groups. PFA can provide assistance to find an appropriate organisation if needed.

The proposed hosting organisation should agree to provide in-kind support for the group in the form of:

A meeting room;
Infrastructure such as access to a computer/ on-line meeting platform for communications (e.g.Zoom) including the covering the cost;
A staff liaison person to assist in organisation;
Facilitating training, capacity building and support for the group facilitators;
Facilitating access to case management and counselling support for group members as needed;
Consideration of ongoing support after initial funding has been used.
Types of Projects

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Projects may have a duration of up to two years and include any of the following:

Community development; or
Education initiatives; or
Applied, community-led research with tangible outcomes in the field; or
Events including arts and cultural or conferences.
Criteria

The Foundation particularly encourage groups in smaller cities and regional areas to apply.
Applications must address:
the purpose and activities of the proposed peer-support group;
the personnel involved – leadership and expected numbers attending;
the lead organisation name, ABN and confirmed DGR status, contact person;
timelines;
the budget, including any in-kind support.
For more information, visit https://pridefoundation.org.au/pages/current-grant-round/

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