Grants Available

  • HazelPeatPerpetual

    Hazel Peat Perpetual Charitable Trust

    The Hazel Peat Perpetual Charitable Trust has been established for the general benefit of charity, including:

    • Elderly
    • Disadvantaged youth
    • Youth with a terminal illness
    • Youth education
    • Animal welfare
    • Medical research
    • Horses
    • Dogs
    • General benefit of charity


    Approximately $30,000 is distributed annually with individual grants of up to $15,000. Applicant organisations and their proposed project must be based in Victoria. 

    2019 Expression of Interest round NOW CLOSED

  • ANZ Community Foundation Logo

    ANZ Community Foundation

    (previously ANZ Staff Foundation)

    The ANZ Community Foundation is funded by regular contributions made by ANZ staff and ANZ. The Foundation aims to support projects run by charitable organisations which offer a direct and tangible benefit to local communities.

    Round opens 3 June and closes 30 June 2019


    Read and download the ANZ Community Foundation Guidelines

  • BlumFoundation

    Blum Foundation

    The Blum Foundation was established in 1999 for the promotion and encouragement of the Polish language and culture in Australia. The Foundation provides grants to organisations for organisational support and for special projects.

    2018 grant round closed

    To find out more, download the Blum Foundation guidelines 

    Please see below a list of successful recipients from the 2016 Blum Foundation grant round.

    Organisational Support grants:

     Polish Ethnic School Inc.
     North Shore Polish Saturday School
     Polish Folkloric Ensemble Syrenka
     Polish Association in Hobart Inc
     Polish Language School in Phillip
     Polish School For Today Inc.
     Polish Community Council of Victoria Inc.
     Polish Museum and Archives in Australia
     Friends of Chopin Australia
     Polish Association of Essendon
     Polish Saturday School St Albans
     The Polish School of Sydney Incorporated
     Polish Association Hoppers Crossing Inc. - Saturday Polish School, John Paul II

    Special Project Support grants:

     Polish Association In Hobart Inc 
     Kosciuszko Heritage Inc 
     Polish Festival Inc
     Polish Ethnic School Inc.
     Friends of Polonez
     Kujawy Polish Song and Dance Group Sydney
     Polish Community Christmas Festival Incoperated
     Polish Folklore Ensemble - Tatry
     Polish Dance Group - Kukuleczka
     Polish Scouting Association ZHP in Australia Incorporated
     Dozynki Inc.
     Polish Youth Theatre Group Scena 98
     Polish Song and Dance Ensemble Lajkonik
     Friends of Chopin Australia
     Polish Hill River Church Museum
     Polish Folkloric Dance Group Wielkopolska of Canberra
     Council of Polish Organisation in the ACT
     Polish Folklore Ensemble - Podhale

  • William Buckland Logo

    William Buckland Foundation

    The William Buckland Foundation is making a difference in improving the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged Victorians, honouring the legacy of William Lional Buckland.

    The granting programs four key areas of focus; 

    Housing and Employment, Health, Education and Agriculture

    Vulnerable Victorians Grant Program EOI - Opens 16 October to 15 November

    Read The William Buckland Foundation 2018 Annual Report

    For more information visit The William Buckland Foundation website and follow instructions to verify eligibility for the Vulnerable Victorians Grant Program.

  • Felton Bequest Logo

    Alfred Felton Bequest

    Alfred Felton established half of his Bequest to purchase artworks for the National Gallery of Victoria. The other half of the Bequest distributes income to charitable organisations in Victoria, particularly those benefiting women and children.

    Click here to find out more.

    The Small Grants round for 2019 opened Friday 1 March and closed Monday 1 April 2019.

    Please note that The Alfred Felton Bequest will not be calling for Major Grant applications this financial year due to significant multi-year grant commitments.

  • Grosvenor Foundation Logo

    Grosvenor Foundation

    The Grosvenor Foundation was established in 1963 by Alan and Nyon Brockhoff for the general benefit of charity. The current focus of the Trust is organisations working in the area of aged care. Applicant organisations and their proposed project may operate Australia-wide. 


    This trust gives preference to applicants with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) endorsement, but this is not mandatory. It does not provide funding for medical research, political organisations or conferences.


    Approximately $50,000 is distributed annually with individual grants of approximately $15,000. 



  • ArthurMarsdenWhiting

    Arthur Marsden Whiting Disability Grants

    The Arthur Marsden Whiting's Sympathy Fund has been established to provide assistance to individuals of the Protestant faith with a primary physical disability who are in need of financial assistance. Grants are available for equipment, treatment, education or training and other types of assistance needed to care for a person with a disability.

     To be eligible for assistance, applicants must:

    • Have a primary disability that impairs mobility
    • Be of the Protestant faith
    • Reside in Victoria
    • Not suffer from alcoholism
    • Meet financial eligibility criteria as determined by the panel


    PLEASE NOTE: All applications must be submitted on the current application form to ensure the correct information is assessed.

    Approximately $80,000 is distributed annually with individual grants of up to $3,000 per annum per applicant.

    Applications are accepted throughout the year.

    • Applications received between 1 April to 30 June, approved in August
    • Applications received between 1 July to 30 September, approved in November
    • Applications received between 1 October to 31 December, approved in February


    Click to download the application form.