Mental Health Month accepting Applications for Small Grants Program 2020 – Australia
Mental Health Month has launched a call for applications for the 2020 Small Grants Program.
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There are five categories of grants available –
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General grants are for projects focusing on any part of the community.
Youth grants are for projects focusing specifically on projects for young people.
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) grants
CALD grants are for projects focusing specifically on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Grants
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander grants are for projects focusing specifically on Indigenous communities.
LGBTIQA+ grants are for projects focusing specifically on the LGBTIQA+ communities.
Organisations must have an ABN or be supported by an organisation with an ABN, and be undertaking the project in NSW.
The planned activity must occur during Mental Health Month in October, promote positive mental health in the community and tie in with the theme for Mental Health Month 2020.
Organisations or community groups wishing to submit a grant application can apply in only one category.
Funds are not available for the self-promotion of for-profit organisations.
Funds are not available for work that an organisation is already funded to undertake.
What do the Judges look for?
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Projects which are especially creative or innovative;
Applications from small, community-led organisations or groups;
Projects which respond to the needs of their local/target community;
Projects which have a clear mental health focus;
Projects with a strong link to the Mental Health Month theme (“Tune In”).
For more information, visit http://mentalhealthmonth.wayahead.org.au/information-and-categories/