Up to $150,000 is available to support communities to develop and implement practical solutions to reduce violence against women.
Building Safe Communities for Women and their Children grants are designed to support communities to develop and implement practical solutions to reduce violence against women and their children in their own community.
Building Safe Communities for Women will assist local communities to improve safety for women and their children through locally based and locally designed solutions to meet local needs. It can also be used to support the development of positive responses for communities of interest.
It builds on the partnership between Australian governments and communities to reduce violence against women and their children.
Building Safe Communities for Women and their Children grants can also be used to better understand the prevalence and impact of domestic violence in the community.
Applicants can apply for one-off time limited funding of up to a total of $150,000 over two financial years.
Total funding of up to $4 million is available from 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2017.
The Australian Government is inviting applications for projects under Building Safe Communities for Women and their Children funding round which is open to local community groups, not-for-profit organisations and local governments.
Applications close 27 August 2015 – 2:00pm
- Application Form must be completed and submitted by the closing date to apply for funding in this round. Please note: You must register and obtain a registration number before completing an application form.
- Funding Round Summary provides detailed information on the funding round, including the amount available and eligibility requirements.
- Programme Guidelines Overview provides information about how grants are funded for this programme.
- Streamlined Grant Agreement General Grant Conditions which includes the general grant conditions that you would agree to if successful in receiving funding.
- Questions and Answers specific to this funding round.