Grants

Grants are a great way to contribute to school and community fundraising. It’s important to know what to look for, where to look and be prepared!

Instead of trying to fit your project into a grants program, we want you to prepare your project for when the RIGHT grant comes up. 

Greenline has put together resources for grant applications and will continue to add to these resources. As always we are more than happy to answer any questions and help you put together your project portfolio.

We have just run our first grant workshop and will be posting short videos and have our project on a shelf template that will be helpful for organising your project wish list. Call one of our consultants and we will share this with you.

Melbourne Grants Workshop 2018

Melbourne Grants Workshop

Does your school need funding? Is it hard to get projects off the ground?
Then come to our second education grants workshop!

21 MARCH 2018   |  10 to 14.30
Hyatt Place Melbourne   |  Essendon Fields
Cost: $50 for school staff   |   FREE for school council/parents
Includes coffee or tea on arrival, morning tea and light lunch

We have put together a workshop tailored to the education industry for infrastructure projects. This workshop is available to school staff and parents to help build project portfolios for your school.
We will teach you how and where to look for grants, what you should be looking for in a grant what language and information to include.

Community Connections Program

Eligible to: Business, University, Not-for-Profit, School, TAFE

These grants aim to assist community-driven projects and initiatives which connect communities, build capacity, help people and leave a positive legacy.

Applications close: ongoing

Before and After School Care Fund

Eligible to: Schools, local councils and Not-for-Profit OSHC Services
These grants can be used for site modification and fit-out costs, or to fund necessary equipment to support new or expanded Out of School Hours Care services.

Applications close: ongoing

 

Exxon Australia Contributions Program

Eligible to: Not-for-Profit organisations
These grants offer funding for specific community projects, which demonstrate broad community benefits. Priority areas are health, education and environment/conservation.

Applications close: ongoing

The CLUB grants Scheme

Eligible to: Not-for-Profit organisations
Category 3 is a state-wide funding program which aims to support large community infrastructure projects. Grants are available for emergency and disaster relief, sports & arts and culture infrastructure.

Applications close: ongoing

Social Enterprise Development and Investment Fund (SEDIF)

Eligible to: Business and Not-for-Profit organisations
This fund offers support for social enterprises to help them grow their businesses, and increase their work in their communities.

Applications close: ongoing

Greenline worked to our time line and delivered as per the spec. Their work was what was expected.

MBS PTY LTD, Mark Conroy

Friendly, professional communications and extensive help provided in the grant application process as well as excellent execution of the project.

Barnawartha Primary School - Bernadette Kelly

Extremely easy to deal with. Professional service. Very happy with the completed job.

Echuca East Primary School, Jodi Boal

I find engaging with Greenline completely professional. The customer service is exemplary and the three projects I have been involved in with Greenline gives me connfidence in their communication, ability to meet deadlines and appease a customer, quality of work, competency in meeting regulations and OHS measures

I have great confidence in this team/company.

Wodonga Primary School, Damian Duncan