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Giving Circle Opens Up $50K Welfare Grant


10 July 2014 at 10:00 am
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A grant of $50,000 is on offer for a Queensland charity that provides social welfare support to people who are most disadvantaged.

Staff Reporter | 10 July 2014 at 10:00 am


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Giving Circle Opens Up $50K Welfare Grant
10 July 2014 at 10:00 am

A grant of $50,000 is on offer for a Queensland charity that provides social welfare support to people who are most disadvantaged.

The grant is part of the inaugural Women & Change grant round for 2014. Women & Change is a Giving Circle initiated by a group of Brisbane women in late 2013, who say they are “passionate about helping people and causes in the greatest need”.

According to the group, each year, Women & Change will call for applications in July with one grant awarded in November, according to a staged application and assessment process, with the final decision being made by vote of Women & Change members.    

“Preference will be given to applicants whose projects will produce positive social outcomes to Queenslanders living in disadvantage; are well defined, and; include a clear community need, strategies, budget, project outcomes and details of how you will evaluate your project’s successful implementation and outcomes,” Women & Change said.

Expressions of Interest close at 5pm on August 1 with short-listed applicants invited to submit a full proposal by September 26, 2014.

To download the grant guidelines, click here. For more information email, grants@womenandchange.com.au

All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by August 29.



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