Pride Foundation: Sidney Myer Fund Grant Program
The Pride Foundation Australia (PFA) Board of Directors and the Sidney Myer Fund are pleased to announce the next joint grant program which focuses on supporting LGBTQIA+ refugees and people seeking asylum.
Improving access to stable housing,
Enhancing education and/or workforce participation
Enhancing support for community connection and improving settlement outcomes
Improving health and/or health literacy
Supporting links to LGBTIQ services and supports
Enhancing cultural engagement and development
Improving LGBTQIA+ inclusive practice in services.
Grant range up to $20,000
Types of Projects
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.
The following activities will not be funded
Capital and building works, vehicles, furniture or equipment
Travel, books, religious activities.
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The following general criteria must be met when applying for funds:
The activity seeking funding must be either solely or chiefly focused on the good and betterment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex people and allied communities in Australia.
All grant applications have to meet the funding priorities as set from time to time by the Foundation.
For more information, visit https://pridefoundation.org.au/major-grants/