Major Projects Grants Program

Major Projects Grants Program

The Feed Appeal Major Project Grants Program is focussed on building sustainability and longevity in your food relief program. Funding in the Major Projects Grants Program is focussed on supporting charities with a major infrastructure, capital investment, transportation and/or logistics project. Projects must directly impact and improve your food relief program and help build the organisation’s capacity.

Funding requests of between $25,000-$50,000 are available in this program.

Are you eligible  for a Major Projects Grant?

Find out if your organisation is in an eligible area and can apply for a Feed Appeal Major Projects Grant.

Click Here to see if your organisation is in an eligible area for this grant

When applying for a Major Project organisation must demonstrate that the funding will do one or more of the following:

  • Significantly increase capacity and/or capability of current food relief program
  • Support delivery of a new food relief program for an identified and quantified need in the local community
  • Increase the reach of organisations current food relief program into areas in need
  • Improve economic, operational and/or functional efficiencies of food relief programs

We recognise that your time is precious and your resources limited so regardless of whether this is the first time you are applying for a Feed Appeal grant or not we encourage you to read grant guidelines, FAQ’s and top tips for grant writers prior to commencing your application.

Click here for the grant guidelines

Click here for FAQs

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PLEASE NOTE

Due to the likely hood that demand for grants will exceed total available funds, there is no guarantee that all eligible organisations that meet the application criteria will be successful. Feed Appeal also reserves the right to part fund applications.

 

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