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Grant Updates

The July 2023 grant round is now open

The Small Grants and Bursaries Program is a component of the national ICAFSS program provided by Relationships Australia organisations and led by Relationships Australia SA. The total amount per year for SGB is $50,000, with individual grants of up to $5,000 available, and up to $500 for bursaries.

The purpose of the SGB Program is to support and address the needs of the intercountry adoption community in ways that may not be possible through the Therapeutic Care or Community Capacity Building components of the service. The SGB Program is intended to support adoptees and adoptive families to connect with others with shared experiences, support the development of community based initiatives and to support adoptees through small contributions to costs associated with their adoption (bursaries).

The primary focus of the SGB Program is to fund Grants directed to projects and activities that enable peer groups or intercountry adoptee and family support community organisations to build connection and support. Bursaries are a secondary element that are approved in exceptional circumstances to assist individual adoptees only with a small contribution toward the cost of practical items.

Please read the Grant Guidelines carefully and ensure that all expenses have been accurately identified prior to submitting your application. Any additional expenses cannot be paid/reimbursed unless you have prior approval from the grant assessment panel. Should your expenses and /or activity need to change, please contact us before proceeding with your activity, as this will need to be approved by the grants assessment panel.

All applications must be received by COB 4 August 2023. Please see the attached Grant Guidelines for more information, along with the application form. Please contact ICAFSS on icafss@rasa.org.au or 1800 422 377 for further information.