Category: Community support.
Program Status: Closed.
Government: State Government.
Agency: Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
More information: view website.
To be eligible for funding, multicultural organisations must:
- be non-government, not-for-profit and
- incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1985, or
- an Australian Public Company Limited by Guarantee under the Corporations Act 2001, or
- a Statutory Authority established through an Act, or
- registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission with comparable legal status.
- have a registered Australian Business Number (ABN)
- provide satisfactory evidence that their core purpose is to deliver initiatives, services or support for culturally and linguistically diverse communities in South Australia
- be South Australian based.
Multicultural Affairs will accept one application for the Connect Together Grants per organisation. Organisations with regional offices can submit one application per regional office.
Key multicultural service providers, who have a direct responsibility working with CALD communities, can apply up to two times per round, as a lead agency in partnership with one or more community organisations.
Grants to assist multicultural organisations to develop projects that deliver better services and build capacity for COVID-19 response and recovery in the community.
The Connect Together Grants will be awarded through one funding round in 2021–22. Grants of up to $10,000 are available for projects to be delivered over 12 months, commencing in December 2021.
Applications are closed.