Grants currently available from other sources include:
The Fund makes available grants of up to $8,000 to organisations or individuals for projects aimed at educating the community about the significance of ANZAC Day and commemorating our nation's military heritage.
Now Open Arts Facilities and Equipment supports the establishment and improvement of the arts and cultural heritage facilities.
The Community Events Development Fund supports new, smaller or community-based tourism events seeking to increase their tourism relevance, or undertake a specific project to achieve this.
Community Heritage Grants provides grants up to $15,000 for projects including Significance Assessments of collections; Preservation Needs Assessments of collection
Now Open Copland Foundation grants support the study, management, conservation, acquisition and interpretation of relevant historic architecture, the provision of education programs and the purchase of artworks or other artefacts.
The Cultural Heritage Grants Program aims to increase appreciation of and community access to the history and heritage of the City of Charles Sturt.
The Australian Government’s Grants to Voluntary Environment, Sustainability and Heritage Organisations (GVESHO) program provides funds to help eligible community–based, not-for-profit organisations
The Historical Society of South Australia Grants Scheme makes annual grants of up to $1,000 available for projects including research, conservation, publishing and displays.