A documentary produced by Richard Attieh, one of Australia’s most well known television producers, has helped the University of Newcastle’s School of Health Sciences secure a $540 000 research grant. The funds will help the University continue its world-leading research in Oral Health and Hygiene for the aged and elderly across Australia.
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Individuals or Organisations representing volunteer based community groups are eligible for up to $5,000 in Government Funding.
Up to $10 million is currently available for Volunteer Grants in 2016. Eligible organisations and individuals can apply before December 20 for funding amounts of between $1,000 and $5,000.
The application process is very simple and money is intended for you to use it in ways that will help your volunteers.
Community radio suffered badly in the budget.
The Federal Budget will see a decrease in funding support for the sector of $1.4 million p.a. – funding that keeps community radio stations broadcasting on digital in 5 capital cities.
Community radio’s standing alongside public and commercial broadcasters is at risk.
The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has launched a campaign to Keep the Community in Your Radio, seeking signatures on a petition calling on both the Coalition and Labor to restore funding to keep community radio on digital.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation is seeking nominations for several volunteer roles under the funding body’s new structure.
Applications for a new grant opportunity are now open to assist community broadcasting organisations to plan for the future.
Depending on the requirements of your organisation, this might include developing strategic, operational, business and/or marketing plans.
Grants of up to $8,000 can be used towards facilitators, resources, meeting venues, software – whatever you need to help put your plan together.
The CBF will launch the new Planning Assistance Grants in early February.
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The Community Broadcasting Foundation has developed a new grant to help stations and sector bodies plan for the future.
The new Planning Assistance Grants will open on Feb 10th, with $10,000 available in the first round. Organisations can apply for up to $8000 to pay for consultants and facilitators, meeting venues, software, references and resources, project management.
In partnership with Arrow Leadership, CMA is offering a $6000 scholarship for this inaugural award. CMA will sponsor one eligible leader from our sector to participate in Arrow Leadership’s Not-For-Profit Executive Leaders Program in 2016.
Audio from sessions at this year’s Generation Next: Micro Movie Conference is now available.
Victoria’s screen resource organisation Open Channel hosted the event for filmmakers workng with tiny budgets.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation has released a second consultation paper as part of its Structure & Governance Review, and is asking for comments on it and on changes to Content and Development Grants.
Maximise your chances of succeeding in your next grant application by taking advantage of CMA’s Grants Review Service.
Christian Media Australia longs to see the redemption and transformation of Australian lives and culture. Financial Grants play an important part in enabling our members to advance their vision and ministry of national redemption and transformation. In order to help guide, co-ordinate and improve outcomes for our members CMA has created a Grant Review Group.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation has extended the consultation period for its proposed restructure.
After feedback on its Structure & Governance Review, the CBF is now accepting further submissions until December 18.
CBF’s Transmission Equipment & Training Grants are now open until early September.
Parachute Music have announced a new grant for young songwriters.
The new Song Grant is open to Christian musicians younger than 25.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation is looking at making big changes to its set-up and the way it operates.
The consultation period for the CBF Structure and Governance Review ends next Thursday 23rd July.
This round is for projects starting from June 2015, with up to $60,000 available in 2014/15 (one application per organisation).
The guidelines are a bit vague because of this category’s deliberately wide application, but CBF says the Online Grants Advisory Committee (OGAC) will give priority to innovative projects that aim to future-proof community broadcasting and benefit multiple broadcasters, especially if they are licensed and made available via open source.
Documentary makers may be interested in this up-coming event that connects factual content creators with funding suppliers:
Funds of $10,000+ are available via two (non-CBF) grants that applications are currently being accepted for.
It’s worth taking a look at these grants if: you or someone you know is making a positive impact in your community; or if your regional organisation is involved in training or supporting programs that give people new skills.
If adopted, the National Commission of Audit’s recommendation to abolish Australia’s Community Broadcasting Program would mean the end of all CBF grants and projects (such as the National Training Project, Community Media Training Organisation, Amrap, CBOnline, the Digital Radio Project, and the Community Radio Network), putting at risk more than 260 radio stations.
Community radio stations with an annual income of less than $150,000 can apply for CBF’s new Sustainability & Development – Promote Your Station Grants.
The grants are for up to $2000 to be used for costs related to promotional activity, such as merchandise, venue & equipment hire, and printing of materials.
Individuals and organisations can apply for cash amounts of $5000 or $10000, and travel grants for overseas experiences. A ministry training scholarship is also available.
Applications are open Oct 1-25.
Application information and guidelines are at http://www.missiontravel.com.au/giving-back-2013
Community digital radio services will continue with the additional funding needed now secured.
ACNC’s first cut to red tape
New Commonwealth Grant Guidelines are now in effect, meaning less paperwork for Australian charities.
Pozible is Australia’s first crowdfunding platform for creatives.
Crikey’s Ben Eltham reveals how local film makers are using Pozible to raise funds for screen projects:
“Start-up filmmakers are increasingly turning to crowdfunding websites to finance projects. The Pozible platform has even partnered government agencies to boost cash in the sector.”
Read the full article “Lights, camera, crowdfunding: how films are made Pozible”
Find out more about Pozible at http://www.pozible.com/