Restoring landscapes across the Mount Alexander Region

Philanthropic Funding

Bjarne K Dahl Trust
The Dahl Trust focuses on the conservation of eucalyptus trees and education of the public in areas of conservation, propagation, cultural and historical significance. Grants are capped at $15,000.

T: 03 8648 6510
E: enquiries@dahltrust.org.au
W: www.dahltrust.org.au/grants/

Fifteen Trees
This company was set up to help businesses create a smaller foot print when it comes to their vehicles and carbon production. Landcare groups can benefit through gaining plants to plant in their areas. Landholders need to be a member of an environmental community group (such as Landcare) to receive trees. Trees may be planted on private or public land. On-going opportunity.

T: 0400 040 659
E: filippa@15trees.com.au
W: www.15trees.com.au

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal Small Grants for Small Rural Communities
The FRRR aims to attract support from businesses and other trusts and foundations, private individuals and communities. These donations are then distributed through a number of programs as grants for the benefit of rural and regional Australia. There are a range of programs on offer for not-for-profit organisations in small rural and remote locations in Australia with a population less than 10,000. Grants of up to $5000 are available under their small grants for rural communities program.

T: 1800 170 020
E: info@frrr.org.au
W: www.frrr.org.au

Norman Wettenhall FoundationThese grants focus primarily on the enhancement and protection of flora and fauna in rural Victoria. Landscape Restoration Project support and facilitate the vision-building process. Landscape Restoration Fellowships make a significant difference to the capacity of a person to achieve the goals of significant landscape restoration projects. Various obligations are requested under these grant schemes. For project ideas go to ‘Grants awarded’ on their website. Small Environmental Grants Scheme: $5,000 and $10,000

T: 03 5472 1316 or 0431 219 980
E: beth@nwf.org.au
W: www.nwf.org.au

The Field Naturalist Club of Victoria Environment Fund
These grants aim to support and finance environmental research, in particular research into the biodiversity of Victoria, to support and finance dissemination of information on the natural environment by any legitimate means and to support and finance practical projects aimed at preserving and enhancing the biodiversity of Victoria. They are open to organisations or individuals (who are supported by an organisation). Suitable organisations include natural history or environment organisations, educational institutions or government departments. Grants of $200 & $1,000 are available and open January 1 each year.

T: 03 9877 9860
E: admin@fncv.org.au
W: www.fncv.org.au

R E Ross Trust
The Trust will consider applications for specific activities, services, projects and programs, building and strengthening organisational capacity, recurrent funding for general operations. With the aim to improve outcomes for the most disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalised Victorians, outcomes for children and young people at risk (0–18 years), improved access to and achievement of equity and excellence in public education and protection and preservation of Australian flora and fauna. Grants can be sought for up to $30,000 for up to three years. Your organisation must have an ABN and operates within Victoria and incorporated. On going.

T: 03 9690 6255
E: information@rosstrust.org.au
W: www.rosstrust.org.au