Current Available Grants

For further information or assistance on grants, please contact:

Craig Grocke

Phone:61 8 8563 3603
Mobile:0421 413 010
Email Craig

Current Available Grants:

Graft Aus-India AgTech Challenge

This program aims to accelerate the adoption of agricultural technologies across borders through tailored market entry programs focusing on the localisation of suitable technologies and business models that drive strong commercial outcomes and impact.

More Information: https://grants.teatreegully.sa.gov.au/grant/graft-aus-india-agtech-challenge/

Status: Open – closes 19 August 2019 (This program is available annually)

Regional Investment Corporation – Drought Loans

This program aims to support the long-term strength, resilience and profitability of Australian farm businesses.

More Information: https://grants.teatreegully.sa.gov.au/grant/regional-investment-corporation-drought-loans/

Status: Open - This program is open on an ongoing basis, until funds are fully allocated

Regional Investment Corporation – Farm Investment Loans

This program aims to support the long-term strength, resilience and profitability of Australian farm businesses.

More Information:   https://grants.teatreegully.sa.gov.au/grant/regional-investment-corporation-farm-investment-loans/

Status: Open - This program is open on an ongoing basis, until funds are fully allocated

The Town of Gawler 2019/20 Community Grants

Eligible groups, organisations and individuals are invited to apply for up to $1000 to assist with community focused projects and activities in the areas of health, recreation and sport, community development, arts and culture, and environment.

So if you have an idea for an initiative that will benefit the Gawler community why not apply, and please feel free to share amongst your networks. 

More Information: www.gawler.sa.gov.au/communitygrants

Status: Applications close at 5.00pm on Friday 23 August, 2019.

 

Grants Finders

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