- This grant has passed.
Aims to improve social and economic outcomes for people living in Outback Australia.
There are two categories:
– Grants are available to people who reside in Outback Australia i.e. people living and working on stations or in small isolated, rural and remote towns
– Residents of the outer remote and regional centres of Australia who provide assistance to those described above
– Australian Citizens and permanent residents of Australia.
– Grants are available to organisations supporting people who reside in Outback Australia. Ie. people living and working on stations or in small isolated, rural and remote towns
– Small to medium organisations as defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
General grants can be used to fund a diverse range of activities. Specific projects, travel costs, education and skill building, technology (communications), community experiences, and a range of other options that align with the vision of the Trust.
The Trust aims to improve social and economic outcomes for people in Outback Australia.
Along with eligibility, partial consideration is given to the following for prospective recipients:
– Advancement of education, health and wellbeing for an individual or those supported through an organisation
– Extension of skills and services in Outback Australia with the intention to remain, return, or assist residents of such places
– Innovation and passion projects that will directly impact people in communities of Outback Australia
– Financial assistance as required
– Other outcomes which may not be covered by the above.