Prior to making a submission, please begin with reading the grants guideline and highlight any relevant information. This document will have the answers to any information you may need throughout your application process. Applying for a grant can often be a time-consuming process and can be daunting for first time applicants.
- You or your organisation meet the eligibility criteria outlined within the grant guidelines. To be an eligible applicant you may require an ABN, incorporation status, be a non-for-profit, be a school, have a business of a specific size, below or above a specific annual turnover and so on.
- If your project meets the eligibility criteria and the outlined objectives of the grant.
- You have a copy of all the requested documents and required approval prior to the application deadline.
- Most grants come with assigned deadlines listed within the guidelines; be sure you can complete your project by this date.
- Some grants require you to contribute funds (perhaps taking the form of cash or in-kind).
- Whether you need to find another organisation to sponsor you or partner you (examples are a university, a parent organisation, larger company,a state or national body or even a local government).
- You will have to nominate a member of your organisation to be the responsible party for overseeing the project. They will have to provide their own details and be contactable by the relevant government liaison.