More Australian communities are being impacted by natural disasters as our climate changes. NAB Foundation Community Grants can help you safeguard your community with funding for projects that prepare for natural disasters, support long-term recovery and build resilience against future disasters.
You can get up to $10,000 to fund local projects aiming to do one or more of the following:
- help people and places prepare for natural disasters
- assist in short and long-term recovery efforts
- build community resilience against future disasters
- strengthen the environment to be more resilient to natural disasters
- help communities reduce their climate risk.
Charities, social enterprises or organisations with a charitable purpose can apply for a grant to support a project, program or initiative. Examples of the kinds of initiatives that may be funded include:
- emergency systems
- preparedness plans
- mental health support
- business resilience
- household resilience
- urban greening
- reducing climate risk.
There are two funding types:
- Community Grants of up to $10,000, from a total pool of $1 million.
- Prizes, from a total prize pool of $200,000. for recipients of Community Grants where the project intends to have long-term social or environmental impact. This funding aims to support grantees replicate the project in other areas, scale it or measuring the impact. Applications can’t be submitted for prizes only.
Applications close: 30 July 2021. Applications received from 23 November 2020 to 31 March 2021 will be assessed, and successful grantees will be notified in April 2021. Applications received from 1 April 2021 to 30 July 2021 will be assessed, and successful grantees will be notified in August 2021.