South Australia’s not-for-profit ECEC services can apply for $10,000 grants

South Australia’s not-for-profit ECEC services can apply for $10,000 grants

by Freya Lucas

May 09, 2022

Grants of up to $10,000 are now available for South Australian not-for-profit organisations looking to increase community participation, connection and resilience through programs, projects and facilities to reduce social isolation and build community wellbeing.


The grants can be used to improve an area of service, or to purchase equipment, resources, supplies or infrastructure, as well as being available for community enhancement activities and initiatives.


Previously successful applications have included computing classes, volunteer training and the installation of disability access ramps. 


The availability of the grants was announced by newly appointed Minister for Human Services Nat Cook who said community connection is “more vital than ever” and something he is deeply passionate about. 


“I encourage local not-for-profit organisations to take this opportunity to apply for a grant and bring their next great project to life,” he added. 


Applications for the Grants SA 2021-2022 Minor Round are open now, with applications closing at 3pm on Thursday 12 May 2022.


Funding guidelines and information on how to submit applications are available here.