2018 Disabled People and Families Organisations (DPFO) grant round
The DPFO grant round has committed $15.5 Million (GST Incl.) to 114 organisations and 13 cohort group organisations to deliver one year projects from July 2019.
These grants will strengthen the foundations of the DPFO sector in time for the new approach for ILC grants as outlined in the ILC Investment Strategy, when we will see four nationally scalable programs that will deliver measurable outcomes for people with disability.
The recipients of the DPFO Grant Round can be found below.
Disabled Peoples and Families Organisations
These are organisations who meet all three of the following criteria:
- Actively demonstrate their commitment to the Social Model of Disability, which seeks to remove barriers for people with disability to access mainstream services and live an ordinary life; and
- Are run by and for people with disability and/or their families; and
- Are led and controlled by people with disability and/or their families with a minimum membership of 50% of people with a disability and/or their families making up the organisation’s board, or staff, or volunteers or members.
Priority Cohort Organisations
These are organisations led by and for ILC’s Priority Cohort Groups –with a minimum of 50% representation of the cohort group on the board, or staff, or volunteers or members– ILC priority cohort groups for this funding round are:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning and Plus (LGBTIQ+)
2018 Rural and Remote Grant Round
The Rural and Remote Grant Round has committed $9,337,975.90 (GST Incl.) to 13 organisations to deliver one or two year projects from July 2018.
The grants help organisations and community groups to provide place-based and culturally specific information, resources and supports, unique to the needs of people with disability living in remote communities.
This grant funding represents a significant investment by the NDIS in driving improved access and culturally appropriate services and opportunities for people with disability, including people without an NDIS plan, to be independent and to participate in social and community life.
The recipients of the Rural and Remote Grant Round can be found below:
- 2018 Rural and Remote Grant Round Recipients (DOCX 115KB)
- 2018 Rural and Remote Grant Round Recipients (PDF 270KB)
2017 – 2018 Round 2 Jurisdictional Grants ACT, NSW and South Australia
More than $28.5 million over two years has been allocated to deliver 104 Round 2 Jurisdictional Based grants in NSW, SA and ACT. A total of 55 activities will be delivered in NSW, 32 in SA and 17 in the ACT. The recipients of the ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants for each jurisdiction can be found below:
- NSW ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (DOCX 38KB)
- NSW ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (PDF 250KB)
- SA ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (DOCX 68KB)
- SA ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (PDF 239KB)
- ACT ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (DOCX 61KB)
- ACT ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant recipients (PDF 400KB)
Feedback about Round 2 Jurisdictional Based Grants is available through the Department of Social Services (DSS) Community Grants Hub website (external) (External website).
2017 – 2018 Round 2 National Readiness Grants
Just over $28 million over two years has been allocated to deliver 43 Round 2 National Readiness activities across Australia. Activities funded through this grant round align with the ILC Activity Area One – Information, linkages and referrals.
- ILC National Readiness Grants (Round 2) recipients (DOCX 61KB).
- ILC National Readiness Grants (Round 2) recipients (PDF 340KB)
Feedback about Round 2 National Readiness Grants is available on the Department of Social Services (DSS) Community Grants Hub website (external) (External website).