Are you a not for profit organisation working in the conservation space? If you are there is a great funding opportunity open until 5pm Friday 2nd December. The 2017 Impact Philanthropy program is run by Perpetual and applies to organisations with DGR status who are active in the environment/conservation field. Organisations can apply for one-off, 1 year grants up to $200,000 each. Call us at Better State Environments (M 0447 183 747) to find out how we can help you build a strong proposal and increase your organisation's likelihood of success. More information about the program can be found at the following link - https://www.perpetual.com.au/Advice-and-Trustee-Services/IMPACT-Philanthropy/IMPACT-Funding
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Congratulations to Holbrook Landcare Network and the Slopes to Summit (S2S) partnership of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative, who have just been awarded $499,875 for on-ground conservation works and community engagement activities over 6 years.
The funding was announced yesterday by the NSW Minister for the Environment, Hon Mark Speakman MP, and is provided by the NSW Government's Environmental Trust as part of its 'Bush Connect in the GER'. The program has committed over $7.5 million to 16 projects, which will commence in January 2016.
Better State Environments is proud to have assisted with Holbrook Landcare Network's funding submission.
This project aims to increase landscape connectivity for endangered box woodland species, such as Squirrel Glider and many woodland birds, in priority landscapes of the Holbrook region. Key activities will include fencing, revegetation, and installation of nest boxes constructed by Thurgoona Men's Shed. The project will also involve, in collaboration with Murray Local Land Services, a pilot program engaging the community in managing isolated Travelling Stock Reserves (TSRs) for positive biodiversity outcomes.
To find out more about the program click here
Just a little reminder about this funding opportunity from the Bjarne K Dahl Trust, a philanthropic trust established in the name of a Norwegian forester who fell in love with Eucalypts when working in Australia.
The trust aims to support Eucalyptus-based conservation, education, and research. Eligible applicants can apply for up to $15,000 per project.
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he Ian Potter Foundation has just opened another round of grants across a range of subject areas, including 'Conservation & Environment'.
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being sought until 11th December 2015. Note that if the amount requested exceeds $50,000 the proposal must first be discussed with Louise Arkles, Program Manager (Conservation & Environment).
To find out more about this great opportunity to help you achieve good things on the ground visit http://www.ianpotter.org.au/what-we-support/environment-and-conservation
A great funding opportunity opened yesterday and runs until Friday 4th December. The 2016 Impact Philanthropy program is being run by Perpetual and applies to organisations with DGR status who are active in the environment/conservation field. Organisations can apply for one-off, 1 year grants up to $200,000. The average size of applications last year was $80,000. The success rate last year was around 17%. If you need support in submitting a competitive bid then Better State Environments can help. More information about the program can be found at the following link - https://www.perpetual.com.au/Advice-and-Trustee-Services/IMPACT-Philanthropy/IMPACT-Funding
Look outside your window, or look up from your smartphone or tablet. If you are in Australia chances are you can see a Eucalyptus tree, probably many. The Bjarne K Dahl Trust has today opened a new round of funding through its small grants program, which aims to support Eucalyptus-based conservation, education, and research. Eligible applicants can apply for up to $15,000 per project. Bjarne K Dahl was a Norwegian forester who fell in love with Eucalypts when working in Australia. So much so that when he died he devoted his considerable estate to them. What a guy!
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