The Saving Native Species Program is providing $224.5 million over four years to support the recovery of Australia’s unique plants, animals, and ecological communities.
It is guided by the Threatened Species Action Plan: Towards Zero Extinctions 2022-2032, which identifies 110 priority species and 20 priority places to drive action where it is needed most, and where it will have the biggest impact.
The Saving Native Species (Priority Species) grant opportunity aims to put the 110 priority species on track for an improved trajectory (Target 1, Action Plan).
30 of these species are plants.
For this opportunity, grants of between $20,000 and $500,000 are available.
Applications for this grant opportunity are now open and will close on Thursday 7 September 2023.
Organisations may apply for this opportunity if they meet the eligibility criteria (are an eligible entity, have an eligible project, and have eligible expenditure).
If you have any questions about this grant opportunity, please contact the Business Grants Hub via telephone at 13 28 46.
The Funding Centre and the Institute of Community Directors Australia (ICDA) Net Zero Heroes program has made a list of grants freely available to help your organisation plan and respond to climate change.
Click to view the list here.
This provides each of the 151 Federal electorates with $150,000 to fund small capital projects. Federal Members of Parliament (MPs) identify potential projects and invite applications from their electorate.
For more information, click here. Closing date: Wednesday 10 May 2023 5:00pm AEST.
This aims to help regional communities sustain brighter futures by providing $10 million of financial, flight and marketing support to charities, organisations, causes, projects and individuals over a five-year period.
For more information, click here. Applications close 10 May 2023.
Botanic Gardens Conservation International administers small grants to support plant conservation and botanic gardens. In 2022, BGCI distributed 34 grants worth $75,200 to 31 institutions across 24 countries.
Thinking about an exciting science engagement activity for your community during 2023 National Science Week, 12-20 August? Inspiring NSW has grants of $2,000 to $5,000 to assist organisations and community groups.
We encourage new applications for activities targeted at traditionally underrepresented in STEM, particularly in regional NSW.
Grants are open now and close 21 April 2023.
For more information, visit https://inspiringnsw.org.au/grants/