These websites provide information on grants that may have one or more application rounds during the year.
Resource Rhymes is a 10 week school competition to create songs, raps or poems about better resource use in South Australia.
These projects will encourage students to research current affairs, collaborate, build relationships, creatively express themselves, gain confidence and become engaged in their local community.
Awards will be given to the most outstanding Resource Rhymes in each category: 'People’s Choice' and 'Experts Pick' fields.
Applications close May 20th
Nude Food Grants
The Nude Food Day initiative has Nude Food Grants of $200 to $1000+ available for education sites, opening the 1st of May.
They will also be giving away spot prizes to support school's ongoing Nude Food efforts, with special visits to congratulate and assist successful applicants!
See the Nude Food Day website has more information.
SUEZ (previously SITA) Community Grants
SUEZ community grants program will support innovative, sustainable projects to make a profound difference in the community. The program is intended to support a diverse range of organisations located in the communities in which SUEZ provides recycling and recovery services. Eligible projects will address one or more of four key focus areas.
Applications are currently closed
Junior Landcare Grants
Through the Junior Landcare Grants Program, any school or organisation (including youth groups, scouts groups, pre-schools, primary schools, high schools, day care centres) that would like to involve their students in Landcare projects in conjunction with local Landcare groups, can apply for grants to assist them with the cost of their projects.
2018-19 NR AMLR Community Environment Grants
Community Environment Grants promote the sustainable management of our natural resources and deliver projects that improve community capacity, awareness and education of the natural resources in our region.
For the first time, applicants will be eligible to apply for a grant of up to $5000 or $10,000 (GST exclusive), with projects focusing on one of five categories:
Grant guidelines and the user guide for how to apply are available at the NRM website.
Check your council for a range of grants that might be applicable to specific projects for education sites. Make contact with a council sustainability or grants officer who may be able to put you on an email list for notification