Applications for Round 1 closed at 6:00pm (AEST) on 28 August 2018.
Announced in the 2018-19 Budget, and launched by the then Foreign Minister the Hon Julie Bishop MP, the $10 million, three-year Australian Aid: Friendship Grants program will engage a diverse group of Australian community organisations in the delivery of Australia's aid program.
The program will support organisations from across Australia who have existing relationships and international development activities that are contributing to Australia's development goals. Friendship Grants will provide funding for these community organisations to expand or enhance their existing aid activities in the Indo-Pacific, including through new projects.
In August 2018, eligible Australian community organisations were encouraged to apply for funding of $30,000 to $60,000 in the first of three annual grant rounds.
Many Australian organisations, including charities, local government groups, professional organisations, diaspora groups and volunteer groups are already working hard to help communities in our region. These organisations have unique, on-the-ground experience in international development and have forged strong relationships with local communities overseas. Friendship Grants aims to bring the international development experience of these Australian community organisations into the Australian aid program by supporting the best of these activities and projects.
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