National Volunteer Week
Supported by Lotterywest, each year during National Volunteer Week in May, Volunteering WA offers grants of up to $1000 to be used for
Information on how to apply for a grant is available each year in early February.
During the year, scholarships are made available for volunteer managers who are working or volunteering for an
Our WA State Volunteering Conference will take place in the second half of 2019. We hope to receive funding which allows for regional participants and
Information on various other grants
Below are some links to information about grants for
- EasyGrants / Our Community: to receive the EasyGrants Newsletter
- Funding Centre for NFPs - costs $85 per year to subscribe
- Grant Guru - free
- Grant Search - $33 to subscribe
- Lotterywest - free
- Natural Resource Management Program - free
- State Government: Department of Communities
- Federal government - general business grants
Other avenues for potential grant monies that can be explored include
- Local Councils – generally small grants that are easy to apply for.
- Government departments
- Peak Body
- Regional Volunteer Resource Centres
- Large corporations
Grant Writing workshop
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Enquire about our popular two
Please note that we also promote other grants through our newsletters and social media.