FLA 2018 Grant Program: Advancing Financial Literacy in Australia

Deadline: 15 June 2018

The Financial Literacy Australia (FLA) is inviting applications for its Grants program to support not-for-profit organisations to advance financial literacy in Australia.

Priority Areas

Priority areas for 2018 are:

  • Single Parents
  • Women and Economic Abuse
  • Disability (especially in the area of cognitive disability)
  • Superannuation
  • Indigenous Communities

Funding Information

The minimum grant is $50,000.

Eligible Projects

The kinds of projects that are funded include:

  • program innovation (e.g. pilots with potential to be scaled-up after evaluation)
  • program evaluation (e.g. program improvement, outcome assessment)
  • scaling-up existing programs (e.g. after evaluation, to reach a larger audience)
  • product development (e.g learning content, testing of educational products)
  • research that will improve future financial literacy programs (e.g. key issues in behavioural change, effective communication)

Eligibility Criteria

  • Expressions of Interest are invited from not-for-profit organisations including:
    • community, consumer, investor or indigenous organisations
    • education entities (e.g. schools, teacher associations)
    • tertiary education and research institutions
    • local government (e.g. libraries, community education programs).
  • Organisations not eligible for grants (unless there are exceptional circumstances):
    • individuals or unincorporated associations
    • organisations based outside Australia
    • government departments or agencies (Commonwealth, state or territory)
    • political parties or candidates
    • commercial or for-profit organisations
    • Australian Financial Services Licensees or their affiliates (e.g. foundations).
  • Proposals are welcome from not-for-profit organisations that have partnerships with (or funding from) commercial entities or their affiliated foundations.

How to Apply

Expressions of Interest must be submitted via given website.

Eligible Country: Australia

For more information, please visit FLA 2018 Grant Program.

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