Apply for Funding

To be eligible for a grant your organisation must have the relevant endorsements, meet the grant criteria, and be based in (or providing services to) the inner north of Melbourne – in the municipalities of Darebin, Yarra and Moreland.  For more information contact Bianca or Ben at the Inner North Community Foundation.

GRANT FUNDING PROGRAMS – CURRENTLY CLOSED

The Foundation is concentrating current grants on supporting local responses to the Covid-19 crisis. Over the last 6 months, 150 community groups have received support. These grants have been made possible by Clifton Hill North Fitzroy Community Bank Branch, Darebin City Council, Moreland City Council, MP Consulting, and local donors.

Funding is now exhausted. Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates on future funding rounds. 

Covid 19 Emergency Relief Vouchers Grants Program- NOW CLOSED

Covid-19 Emergency Relief Vouchers supported charities already providing material aid in Darebin, Moreland and Yarra with vouchers at local businesses so that families and individuals can access food and other essentials.

Enquiries relating to this grant can be made by completing the Grants Enquiry Form.

Looking for ways to support local people? Donate now to the Inner North Covid-19 Fund

Covid 19 Rapid Response Fund Grants Program – NOW CLOSED

The Rapid Response Fund grant program provided up to $1,500 for projects that respond to the Covid-19 crisis. All applicant organisations must be open and inclusive, actively engage community members, and be significantly comprised of people who live, work, volunteer or study in Darebin, Moreland and Yarra.

Enquiries relating to this grant can be made by completing the Grants Enquiry Form.

Looking for ways to support local people? Donate now to the Inner North Covid-19 Fund

2020 Pathways to Employment Grants Round – NOW CLOSED

Applicants will be notified of outcome of their applications by  in June, with a view for funding to be transferred in early July 2020. The next round will open in 2021.

The flagship funding program of the Inner North Community Foundation funds projects that help vulnerable local people develop work and life skills and progress the journey to work.

In 2020, the Foundation will grant funds to eligible organisations to deliver projects that support pathways to employment in the context of the Covid-19.  All eligible applicants have met the Foundation’s key criteria detailed in the 2020 Pathways to Employment Guidelines.

In 2021, the Foundation will grant funds to eligible organisations to deliver projects that support pathways to employment.

Looking for ways to support local people? Donate now to the Inner North Covid-19 Fund.