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Under the IAS, the Agency considers grant proposals that address a need for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Proposals should be developed with the target community or group who will be impacted by the activity.
This funding approach can be used to present a proposal to the Agency where a need has been identified in the community and there are no other current funding avenues available.
You must discuss your proposal with the Agency. The Agency may then invite you to submit an application.
You may discuss an initial proposal with the Agency at any time by contacting your local NIAA Regional Office, or by calling 1800 079 098
In order to be eligible to apply for funding under the Community Initiated Grants funding opportunity, you must have:
- Had a discussion with your local NIAA regional office;
- Been invited to apply for funding by the Agency and
- Been provided with a grant opportunity ID.
Under this approach, organisations may only submit an application if they have been invited to apply for funding by the Agency.
Applicants should review the Indigenous Advancement Strategy Agency Collaborates Grant Opportunity Guidelines (Non-competitive) which will provide key information to assist applicants in developing a proposal or completing an application form.
For further information please see the Agency’s website here: Community Initiated Proposals | National Indigenous Australians Agency (niaa.gov.au)