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Ask anyone involved in Australia’s massive grants industry what they’d most like to know, and grantseekers and grantmakers alike will ask: “Who is winning all the grants, and why?” It’s the question at the heart of the latest Grants in Australia 2018 research report from Our Community – the biggest report. View the report
Schools Plus was formed to break down the barriers between schools and donors. It exists to improve the education outcomes of Australian students in need by providing opportunities that make a real difference to their education and their lives. https://www.schoolsplus.org.au/
(By Brett Henebery) The Educator
A recent report revealed that the difference between children’s career aspirations from age seven to 17 are limited, and too often based on socio-economic background and influenced by TV, film and radio. https://www.theeducatoronline.com/au/news/exclusive-beyond-just-schoolbusiness-partnerships/249536
For information on the Australian program "Inspiring the Future" referred to in this article, see the website: https://www.inspiringthefuture.org.au/page/homepage
GrantConnect, the whole-of-government grants information, provides a central point to discover all Commonwealth grant opportunities. Organisations can search on GrantConnect at https://www.grants.gov.au/ to find out about current and upcoming opportunities.
Grants cannot be taken for granted, yet 38 per cent of grant seekers in Australia fail to meet application deadlines. https://thirdsector.com.au/why-grants-cant-be-taken-for-granted/