We invite all local South Australian community organisations, non-profits and local councils working in flood impacted communities across the following LGA’s to apply:
- Berri Barmera
- Karoonda East Murray
- Loxton Waikerie
- Mid Murray
- Murray Bridge
- Renmark Paringa.
These grants are intended to support local organisations. If your head office is not based in these areas but you are working in flood impacted communities, you can apply. Please demonstrate your connection to community in the application form.
Applicants do not require DGR 1 status, however organisations must prove charitable purpose, ideally through registration with the ACNC.
We will prioritise smaller community organisations that often have a considerable reliance on grants and fundraising in order to continue their activities.
You can apply for grants between $5,000 to $10,000 depending on the nature of your project.
Funds are limited and the grant round may be closed if funds are exhausted. Applications will be assessed as they come in.
We understand not all organisations will be ready to apply for funding at this time.
The Foundation SA Disaster Recovery Fund Grant applications will remain open until all funds are expended. We encourage you to apply when you are ready.
Foundation SA accepts applications through the Foundant Grants portal. To apply, please follow the steps below.
Step 1. Read the Grant Guidelines to make sure your project or activity meets the objectives.
We can’t wait to see the results! Please share your project report with us no later than 13 months after the receipt of the grant funding — this is the final acquittal report you will be required to complete.
To do this, download the Disaster Recovery Grant Acquittal Form, and visit the Applicant Dashboard to upload your report.
Keep us in the loop with progress of your program or initiative — we’d love to share information and images of your project on our website and social media channels.
Please notify us before making any significant changes to the nature or timing of the project.