Northcote community will receive $500k funding to assist them with the upgrade of the Bill Lawry Oval pavilion.
Le Page Park will receive $125,000 total funding to help them in upgrading their pavilion and facilities.
Up to $2M is available to improve older Australians overall health and wellbeing, particularly those less active.
Up to $50,000 is available from Ansvar Community Education Program to support education and life skills programs reaching thousands of young people across Australia.
Morrison Government will invest more than $36M to support initiatives that aim to reduce deaths by suicide across Australia.
Headspace received $250k funding to help young Victorians experiencing mental illness with career and employment support.
Up to $100,000 is available to support medical research into health and economic outcomes. Applications for Round 3 now open and close 3 October 2018.
Up to $30,000 is available to create employment opportunities, enhance the reputation and build a resilient local economy in Frankston City.
Up to $25,000 is available to improve health and reduce health inequities for Tasmanian communities.
Up to $500,000 is available to improve local community sport infrastructure and increase community participation in sport and physical activity.