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Grant Writing

Answers Bank - sample answers for grant applications - The Funding Centre

FundingCentre.com.au is where not-for-profits go for everything they need to become champion fundraisers.

Arts Hub Grants Directory

Access the latest news & advice on arts jobs, grants & funding opportunities from industry experts in Australia.

Research Funding Toolkit

The book is based on a successful series of workshops called The Grants Factory. In the grants factory we developed a series of workshops, exercises and checklists that enabled academics to develop, to practise and to test the skills they need to write good grant applications. We encouraged our colleagues to re-use the workshops outside the factory. Patrick Brindle, who was Methods editor for SAGE at the time, heard about one of our workshops being delivered by a colleague and commissioned us to write the book.

The first half of the book discusses how to decide whether or not to write a grant application, what sort of application to write and how to prepare yourself to write it. The second half explains how to write the application and how to test whether it is fit for purpose. The book also discusses ways to set up a grants factory in your institution.

Funding and Support - Screen Australia

Find out how Screen Australia can help you get bring your idea to life and on the screen through our various funding and support programs.

HELP SHEET: Writing a grant application - The Funding Centre

Tips and tricks for writing a great grant application: i.e what the grantmaker wants to read!

Home | Australia Council

The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body. Its focus is on increasing the visibility of Australia's vibrant arts and culture, and recognising the evolving way that Australians make and experience art. Our role is to support the unimagined along with the reimagined, the unknown and experimental along with the keenly anticipated. We are a champion for Australian arts both here and overseas. We invest in artistic excellence through support for all facets of the creative process, and are committed to the arts being accessible to all Australians.

Grant Connect

The Australian Government's grants information system
GrantConnect provides centralised publication of forecast and current Australian Government grant opportunities and grants awarded.

Cultural Fund | Screenrights

The Screenrights Cultural Fund has been established to invest in the Screen Industry in Australia and New Zealand. It was established in 2018 and will continue as an annual opportunity. The Fund goes towards screen practitioners to deliver projects or initiatives that respond to the year’s focus and aspire to a broad positive contribution to industry development. The focus in 2018 was 'education' content and delivery. This press release announces the three winning projects for 2018 and demonstrates their grant applications. Great examples to inspire you!

Planning and Writing a Grant Proposal: The Basics

So, you want to write a grant proposal? This is exciting! This means that you have valuable research to do or a particular nonprofit to build or a community resource you’re passionate about developing. You have a distinct vision for how something could be improved or advanced, and you’re ready to ask for funding or other support to help this vision become a reality.

Grant Writer's Handbook

These webpages offer basic tips for researchers preparing grant applications. There is advice on how to communicate the novelty, strengths and importance of your research ideas, as well as how to convey your abilities to plan, manage and deliver on your project. There are also links to external grant writing resources.

The Grants Hub

The award-winning grants directory that makes finding funding easy.

Grant Resources

Application tips, turning ideas into ‘projects’, applying for government grants, budget development, relationship building, grant terminology & more.

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