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Hobsons Bay Community Fund’s ‘Recovery Impact’ Grants Program – Australia

Hobsons Bay Community Fund’s ‘Recovery Impact’ Grants Program – Australia

Deadline: 26-Nov-21

The Hobsons Bay Community Fund (HBCF) is seeking applications for the ‘Recovery Impact’ Grants Program to support the community of Hobsons Bay as they respond to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The HBCF Recovery Impact Grants Program will fund programs, projects and initiatives that address one or more of the four key priority areas outlined below:

Financial Support for Research Projects that protect and preserve Wildlife

Voluntary Multi-donor Fund offering up to 100,000 USD to NGOs

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Research Grants of up to C$1 million per Women’s Empowerment Projects

SDG Funding of $20,000 is available for Women Empowerment and Gender Equality

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Funding Schemes for Large and Small-scale Projects helping to tackle Climate Change

Core Support Grants for Feminist Groups and Initiatives

Youth Initiative to enhance Peace and Security and Improve Democratic Governance in Africa

NGO Grants to advance Maternal, Child Health and HIV/AIDS Outcomes

Faith-based Foundation Funding for Construction Projects and Purchase of Books, Computers, Vehicles and Medical Equipment

Human Rights Grant Oppportunity ($200,000 CAD and $500,000 CAD) for LGBTQ2I Communities

International Funding for Cultural Heritage Preservation Projects

Youth Mental Health, with a focus on:
Projects that provide a safe/culturally inclusive entry point to the mental health system
Prevention/early interventions/resilience and coping skills building activities with young people.
Family violence and its impact on women and children, with a focus on:
Emergency support and other immediate needs for victims of violence
Capacity building training.
Building and enabling digital literacy for our older people, with a focus on:
Projects that empower and expand people’s access and understanding of digital literacy.
Helping generate employment for the unemployed, especially women and youth, with a focus on:
Innovative approaches to ‘job ready’ programs that have a demonstrated pathway to employment
Projects that generate employment, and/or internship opportunities.
Funding Information

Grant applications of up to $10,000 must address a need outlined in one or more of the four priority areas identified.
Eligibility Criteria

Any non-profit, club, group, organisation, community centre, neighbourhood house school and other organisations or groups delivering services or programs within Hobsons Bay.
Accepting grant applications from for-profit organisations are not generally within the guidelines, but if a for-profit body is seeking to deliver a charitable project or program, for example in partnership with a not-for-profit or community group.
Community initiatives require the majority of participants to come from Hobsons Bay.
Applicants will need to clearly demonstrate how their project/program aligns to at least one of the four HBCF Recovery Impact categories.
Sporting Clubs – applications from sporting clubs will only be considered if the sporting activity is done as an integral part of, or is incidental to, a charitable purpose.
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