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Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust – New Grants Round


Tuesday, 13th November 2012 at 1:14 pm
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The 2012-13 Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust General Grants Program is now open for applications.

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Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust – New Grants Round
Tuesday, 13th November 2012 at 1:14 pm

The 2012-13 Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust General Grants Program is now open for applications.

The VWBT is calling for applications for projects that enhance conditions for women and girls living in Victoria, which lead to long-term, socially progressive change.

The organisation says it is interested in project applications that take new and creative approaches and partnerships to vexed issues of social and economic disadvantage and discrimination.

Grants commonly range from $5,000 – $10,000, with some consideration for larger amounts. Applicants require charity and DGR endorsement.

Applicants require Charity and DGR endorsement
Closing date: February 4, 2013.

Grant Application and Guidelines http://www.vwt.org.au/grants-19.html

More Information Contact: Anne Paul – Grants Officer Phone: (03) 9642 0422 Email: women@vwt.org.au
 



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