Grants

 

 

2024 Grant Rounds

Please find below the closing dates for the 2024 grant rounds:

Round 1: Grants have closed. We anticipate having an outcome for everyone after 25 April 2024.

Round 2: 10 May 2024, 5pm.

Round 3: 2 August 2024, 5pm.

Round 4: 25 October 2024, 5pm.

Please note:

  • All grants are valid for a period of 12 months from the date of issue.
  • Applications for reimbursement will be assessed on an individual basis by the Board of Advice and Trustee and approved only in exceptional and urgent circumstances.

 

 

National Redress Scheme

Did you know, you may be eligible for the Queensland Government Climate Smart Energy Savers rebate!

Rebates are now available for eligible Queenslanders who replace old appliances with 4 star-rated (or higher) energy-efficient appliances and hot water systems.

Climate Smart Energy Savers, an initiative under the Queensland Energy and Jobs Plan, will help Queenslanders manage their energy use and bills, and reduce their carbon emissions.

Eligible appliances must be purchased and installed on or after 4 September 2023 and before the program closure date (the program will close when the funding is exhausted)

 

Rebates are available on washing machines and dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, air conditioners and hot water systems.

For more information click here

Enhancing the lives of people who may have suffered abuse or neglect in Queensland institutions

 

Applications for 2024 are open! 

Please note:

  • All grants are valid for a period of 12 months from the date of issue.
  • Applications for reimbursement will be assessed on an individual basis by the Board of Advice and Trustee, and approved only in exceptional circumstances

 

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Our Grants

Providing Australia-wide assistance and targeted financial support in the areas of education, employment, health and well-being.

Forde Foundation

The Forde Foundation (the Foundation) is a perpetual and independent charitable trust that assists to improve the lives of Forgotten Australians and other people who were in the care of Queensland institutions or foster care as children (known as care leavers).

About us

Royal Commissions

Information about The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality…

Support Services

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Forgotten Australians

The Australian Government delivered a National Apology to the Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants at a special…