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The Ian Potter Foundation Asialink Scholarships support outstanding emerging leaders especially from Australia’s urban and rural not-for-profit and community sectors to join business and government focused participants in the Asialink Leaders Program.
Established in 2006, the auDA Foundation makes annual grants to promote and encourage education and research activities that will enhance the utility of the Internet for the benefit of the Australian community.
The Australian Trade Commission assists organisations and galleries to attend trade fairs and major international exhibitions.
The Australian-American Fulbright Commission
The Australian-American Fulbright Commission promotes and supports educational and cultural exchange between Australia and America.
Objective is to facilitate contacts between Australians and Indians that will strengthen links between key institutions in the two countries such as universities, museums, libraries, technical colleges, research institutes and professional organisations.
Australian National Maritime Museum Internship Program
Internship opportunities exist for tertiary students enrolled in relevant courses or for graduates and professionals seeking skills development placements. ANMM Internships are unpaid and personal medical and public liability insurances are pre-requisites for eligibility.
Australian National Maritime Museum - Maritime Museum of Australia Project Support Scheme (MMAPSS)
Project support scheme provides grants up to $10,000 to NON-PROFIT maritime museums, historical societies, restoration projects; for organisations to present, conserve and interpret maritime heritage. Internships for up to two weeks are also available through MMAPSS for staff and volunteers from regional and remote organisations with funding of up to $3,000 for successful applicants.
Besen Family Foundation
Grants for Arts and Culture will be given to not-for-profit organisations throughout Australia. The foundation will support projects both in Performing and Visual Arts.
Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal - FRRR
The foundation supports the development of regional community foundations, and uses seed funding and challenge grants to move regional development project funding into a more dynamic context.
The George Alexander Foundation
The Foundation has a special interest in supporting the education of talented young people, particularly those from rural and regional areas, and in funding environment and conservation initiatives, especially programs which offer practical experience.
Harold Mitchell Foundation
The Harold Mitchell Foundation joins with others who wish to improve our society. To create positive change by recognising new opportunities in the arts and health.
Ian Potter Foundation
The Ian Potter Foundation makes grants for general charitable purposes in Australia that advance knowledge and benefit the community in the areas of the arts, community wellbeing, education, environment and conservation, health, medical research and science.
Provides assistance to museums and organisations for exhibitions held in Australia introducing Japanese art and culture.
Macquarie Group Foundation
One of Australia’s oldest and largest corporate, foundations, the Macquarie Group Foundation has priority interests in the fields of education, welfare, health, research and the arts.
The Myer Foundation
The Myer Foundation supports community, welfare, environment and the arts interests, with an emphasis on innovation and social development. Priority interests include conservation, environment and heritage, cultural development and the arts.
National Library of Australia Community Heritage Grantshttp://www.nla.gov.au/chg/
The Community Heritage Grants (CHG) Program aims to preserve and provide access to locally held, nationally significant cultural heritage collections across Australia. The program provides grant funding of up to $15 000 for preservation projects and preservation and collection management training through community based workshops.
NSW Environmental Trust
The Environmental Trust is an independent statutory body established by the NSW government to support exceptional environmental projects that do not receive funds from the usual government sources.
ourcommunity.com.au strengthens Australia’s community, education and non-profit groups by providing grants and funding advice.
Philanthropy Australia is the national peak body for philanthropy and is a not-for-profit membership organisation.
Regional Arts Fund
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is supporting sustainable cultural development in communities across regional, remote and isolated parts of Australia.
Visions of Australia aims to enable more Australians to enjoy our diverse culture by accessing exhibitions of cultural material. It provides funding to eligible organisations to develop and tour exhibitions of Australian cultural material across Australia.
The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
A Churchill Fellowship is the award of an opportunity through the provision of financial support, to enable Australian citizens from all walks of life to travel overseas to undertake an analysis, study or investigation of a project or an issue that cannot be readily undertaken in Australia. Currently the average Fellowship cost is $25,000.