Grants currently available from other sources include:
Available through the Australian Government's Arts and Culture Fund Public Grants Program, this fund provides funding up to $50,000 for organisations and individuals to undertake commemorative arts and culture projects that engage local communities, particularly in regional Australia.
Now Open Administered by the Department of Premier and Cabinet's Anzac Day Commemoration Council, the Fund makes available Grants of up to $10,000 to support a range of initiatives that focus on educating the community about the significance of ANZAC Day and commemorating our nation's military heritage.
Administered by South Australian Goverment's Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, Community Benefit SA (CBSA) provides one-off project funding to incorporated, non-government, non-profit, charitable and social welfare organisations to develop and strengthen communities across the metropolitan, rural and remote regions of South Australia.
The Community Events Development Fund is part of the South Australian Tourism Commission's Regional Events and Festivals Program.
Now Open The Australian Government's Community Heritage Grant (CHG) provides grants up to $15,000 for projects including Significance Assessments of collections;
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. In particular the program aims to enable preservation and sharing of local stories across the City by non-traditional groups, organisations and professional individuals that have an interest in City of Charles Sturt history.
The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal's (FRRR) Small Grants for Small Communities, of up to $5,000 are available for projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities, with populations of 10,000 or less, living in small rural and remote locations in Australia, contributing to their development in social and community welfare, economic, environmental, health and education or cultural areas.
The Federal Department of the Environment's Grants to Voluntary Environment, Sustainability and Heritage Organisations (GVESHO) program provides funds to help eligible community–based, not-for-profit organisations to value, conserve and protect Australia's natural environment and historic heritage and to promote sustainability by assisting with their administrative costs.