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grantsearch is Australia's original and most comprehensive funding database, detailing $8billion distributed to 18,000 recipients every year. Over 3,000 entries identify grants and scholarships for:
business and professional development
sport and recreation
grantsearch is the only service to actively seek funding sources offered by:
all levels of government (Federal, State and Local)
the private sector
overseas sources specifying Australian applicants
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Searches as you like, to see how many records match your search criteria, and see the first result in detail.
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People, not machines, index the database using keywords describing who, what and where the funding is intended for. Entries are updated on an ongoing basis, and if guidelines and application forms are online, link directly to them.
Whether you're looking for overseas scholarships, grants for a community play group or for medical research, anywhere in Australia, you're likely to find something suitable because all types of funding are included regardless of topic or location.
Just as no two organisations or individuals are identical, there are no
'one size fits all' grants. Instead of being trampled in the rush for the current 'Grant
of the Month', it's more effective to target programs with the closest match for what you intend to do.
With the aid of the grantsearch database you can see current offers as well as those offered on a regular basis, and the number of previous recipients. By focusing on the most appropriate opportunities, your chances of success automatically increase.
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'For those who prefer the certainty of hard copy'
Note: the online database is current, with ~70 entries updated every week
|The GrantSearch Register of Australian Funding
is a printed version of the database, last published in 2005.
While the database is dynamic and constantly updated,
the contents of the book are static and gradually become
out of date. Even so, some prefer it to online subscriptions, and continue
to find it useful long after its intended lifetime of 18 - 24 months.
A new edition is now in preparation. This is a labour-intensive
process which involves checking every detail of the entire database before going to press. It is difficult to predict how long this will take, so please be patient - responding to repeated requests for progress reports only increases the burden of work and leads to further delay.
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