The Harold Mitchell Foundation is seeking applications for its Community Grant Scheme that targets those who are disadvantaged or at risk of harm due to the social and or economic impacts of COVID-19.
The Harold Mitchell Foundation is bound by Australian taxation laws and its Trust Deed in terms of to whom grant funding can be legally provided. The Harold Mitchell Foundation works with organisations throughout Australia and the Asia-Pacific to make a positive and sustainable difference in education, health and the arts.
- $10,000 is the maximum grant for individual projects under the community grants scheme.
- Australian Taxation Office Endorsements
The Harold Mitchell Foundation is bound by Australian taxation laws and its Trust Deed in terms of to whom grant funding can be legally provided. To be eligible for funding, organisations must be endorsed as both:
- a Tax Concession Charity or TCC (formerly ITEC – Income Tax Exempt Charity); and
- a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).
- Applications cannot be accepted from any of the following organisations or for any of the following categories:
- For-Profit bodies and commercial/business entities
- Political Parties
- Private School
- Sports clubs
- Organisations outside Australia
- Requests for retrospective funding
- Requests for capital works (although projects for capital fit-out requirements can be considered)
- Fundraising, public appeals or loans
- Contributions to the corpuses of other foundation trusts or not-for-profit organisations.
For more information, visit http://haroldmitchellfoundation.com.au/#!/grants/how-to-apply/