Australian Government: Financial Crisis and Material Aid-Food Relief Grant Program

Deadline: 22 August 2018

The Australian Government is inviting organisations to apply in an open selection process to deliver services under the Families and Communities Program – Financial Wellbeing Capability (FWC) Activity – Financial Crisis and Material Aid – Food Relief nationally from 1 January 2019 to 30 June 2023.

The FWC Activity is a component of the Families and Communities Program. The Families and Communities Program aims to strengthen relationships, improve the wellbeing of children and young people, reduce the cost of family breakdown, strengthen family and community functioning and facilitate the settlement of migrants and humanitarian entrants in the community.

The objectives of the FWC Activity are to support eligible individuals and families to navigate financial crises, build financial wellbeing, financial capability, and resilience. FWC services provide support to vulnerable people and those most at risk of financial and social exclusion and disadvantage.

Financial Crisis and Material Aid – Food Relief contributes to the FWC Activity outcomes by supporting Commonwealth-funded Emergency Relief organisations, to provide food to eligible people, on a national scale.

Grant Information

  • The Australian Government has announced a total of $4.5 million over four and a half years (1 January 2019 to 30 June 2023) for Food Relief.
  • The maximum grant amount is $1 million per financial year (pro rata for 2018-19). There is no minimum amount.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible applicants must be one of the following entity types:

  • Indigenous Corporation
  • Company
  • Local Government
  • Corporate State or Territory Entity
  • Cooperative
  • Incorporated Association
  • Statutory Entity
  • Trustee on behalf of a Trust

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online via given website.

For more information, please visit Financial Crisis and Material Aid.

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