Eco Schools grants can support learning opportunities for students, teachers and school communities, through curriculum-based environmental projects. Up to 80 grants of $3,500 each are available in this years funding round. All schools are eligible, however projects supporting students with special needs are encouraged to apply.
The closing date for 2017 applications is Monday June 19th - 3pm
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NOW OPEN for expressions of interest. These Environmental Education Grants are targeted to support regional or community wide educational projects or programs that develop or widen the community's knowledge of skills in, and commitment to, protecting the environment and promoting sustainable behaviour.
Grants of between $5000 and $100,000 are available with a total of $0.5 million available to the community.
Closing date for EOI's is Friday 8th of April 2016
Click here to be directed to the NSW Environmental Trust website for more information.
Click here to access the program guidelines
Coles has established the Coles Nurture Fund (CNF) to help small Australian food and grocery producers, farmers and manufacturers to innovate and grow their business.
The Coles Nurture Fund will allocate $50 million over five years in grants and interest-free loans to fund the development of new market-leading products, technologies, systems and processes.
The Coles Nurture Fund is one way Coles can offer support and encouragement to small Australian businesses looking for assistance to take the next step in creating more productive and innovative ways of working.
Applications close on 12 February 2016. Click here for more information.
Applications close at 5pm on 6 December, 2015
The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation (RASF) is on the search for young, motivated leaders in rural areas who are looking to improve their community through local projects.
Funding of up to $25,000 will be available for Community Futures Grants, a program for NSW residents aged 35 and under, which encourages young people in rural areas to take a leadership role in improving their local community.
Applications for the Community Futures Grant will be judged on several criteria including innovation, impact on the community and plans for implementation. Applicants must identify an existing community organisation or group to partner with to deliver their project. Eligible entrants must be 35 years or under on 1 May, 2016 and projects must be located in rural or regional NSW.
Visit here to find out more and complete the online application form.
Closing Date 15 November 2016
This program aims to facilitate the transition of the current supply-driven market for recycled organic material to a market demand model whereby there are robust, sustainable and well-distributed markets for recycled organic products across NSW.
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