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10 March 2022 at 8:28 am
Dog and Bone has extended the closing date for its first Impact Grant round for 2022. Apply by 18 March 2022. 

Contributor | 10 March 2022 at 8:28 am


Dog and Bone Impact Grants closing soon
10 March 2022 at 8:28 am

Dog and Bone has extended the closing date for its first Impact Grant round for 2022. Apply by 18 March 2022. 

We launched the $120,000 annual grants program as part of our commitment to creating a better world through technology. Our goal is to amplify the impact of not for profits (NFPs) working hard to change the world.

Quick grant information

  • Grants are for NFPs with 50 staff or less.
  • You can apply for grants between $5-$20,000.
  • $120,000 of projects are available annually, with $40,000 released three times per year.
  • You can get practical or strategic support with your organisation’s technology requirements.
  • Applicants must be a registered charity.
  • This round closes on 18 March 2022.

Visit our Impact Grants page for more information and to apply. 

How to apply

The Impact Grants give organisations access to technology projects ranging from help with their technology strategy, through to navigating the new hybrid workplace, to independent technology procurement. If you’re an NFP with 50 staff or less, you could be eligible for our support with your next major IT or telecommunications project. 

We’ve made our application form super short so you can whip up an application in just a few minutes and get back to working on what’s most important to you. 

Previous Impact Grant recipients

Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Education Committee (PYEC) is a First Nations run educational organisation based on Mparntwe country (Alice Springs). They work to ensure that Anangu (Aboriginal) children receive quality education and support in order to be successful in both Anangu and Piranpa (non-Aboriginal) ways. PYEC focuses on achieving better educational outcomes through family, culture and language. We’re supporting PYEC with a Telco review. 

Deadly Connections is a First Nations led organisation working to positively disrupt intergenerational disadvantage, grief, loss and trauma. They provide holistic, culturally responsive interventions and services to First Nations people and communities, particularly those who have been impacted by the child protection and/or justice systems. We’re supporting Deadly Connections with the CRM selection process. 

Children by Choice is an independent, Brisbane-based NFP committed to providing unbiased information on all pregnancy options. They have a pro-choice and client-centred approach and provide non-judgemental counselling, information and referrals for Queensland women and people with uteruses experiencing unplanned pregnancy. We’re supporting Children by Choice with an information management project. 

Centrecare Family Services Geraldton offers family, relationship, and community services to individuals, couples and families. This includes affordable family and financial counselling for those on a Centrelink benefit, and free family dispute resolution to families with low income in Western Australia. We’re supporting Centrecare Geraldton with IT strategic planning advice. 

Examples of other projects we can support NFPs with through our Impact Grants

  • Developing an IT strategic roadmap
  • IT health check and assessment
  • Independent benchmark analysis of your IT vendors
  • Building an intranet and migrating documents
  • Help moving IT infrastructure to the cloud
  • Help finding a new phone system, that allows remote working
  • Establish and attend IT steering committee for 12 months
  • ​Help finding and selecting IT support or management
  • Choosing a video conferencing platform
  • Support finding the right telco or internet vendor 

Dog and Bone – walking our talk

We’re inspired by organisations that exist to make the world better. While our expertise is in technology, we do what we do to enable the people who are working hard to improve the world at our client’s businesses. 

Over 18 years of working with NFPs and impact-driven enterprises, we’ve learnt the challenges, pitfalls and opportunities that help them succeed. We work with incredible organisations that serve the community like Beyond Blue, Anglicare Victoria, Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA), Brotherhood of St Laurence and so many more. 

We are committed to creating “a better world through technology” and our best contribution to that is through working with and supporting direct impact organisations. 



We’re a certified B Corp

Being a certified B Corporation means so much more than just having a badge of honour: it means we belong to a global community of like-minded businesses that we’re very proud to be a part of. Becoming a B Corp six years ago meant we were able to verify that our passion translates into impact.

Through technology and our Impact Grants program we empower smaller NFPs to have an even bigger impact in the communities they serve.

Apply now

If you work at or know of an organisation that might be eligible for our Impact Grants, please share this link to our grant application:

Not ready to apply? 

Our Impact Grants have three application rounds per year. To be notified of when our next round opens, you can subscribe to our mailing list on our website, or email us at to be added.  

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