Small grants are available for organisations that work in a similar space to Nutrition Plus. These grants are for up to $10,000 and a may be applied for through our grant applications.
For more information contact Louise Glennie, CEO or Elsie Stuart, Project Manager at our Head Office 02 4963 0000, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or an application form.
Some of our small Grant Projects
DJIYAGAN DHANBAAN STRONG SISTER – WOMEN’S FESTIVAL
To support the establishment of a women’s cultural and wellbeing festival in Part Macquarie (Biripai Country). The annual festival includes creating a safe, caring and welcoming environment which encourages and supports women of all ages, in their personal growth. The festival will includes dance, weaving and a feel-good look-good program, wellbeing activities as well as stall and entertainment. Nutrition Plus proudly supported the inaugural event in 2016 and each year since.
REACH HOMELESS SERVICES – NIGHT PATROL
Founded in 2014, and with around 20 volunteers, REACH Homeless Services supplies food, clothing, weekend food packs, hygiene kits, referrals to other services, health care checks, and blankets to the homeless (primarily rough sleepers) and other needy individuals and families. We have supported Reach with additional funding since 2017.
CENTRE FOR HOPE – DROP IN CENTRE
The Drop-In Centre was established to provide a safe space for young people aged 6-16 years, to improve understanding of the underlying causes of escalating antisocial behaviours, and to provide support and intervention for young people and families. Indigenous young people, parents and community members have supported the creation of the Drop-In Centre. Nutrition Plus has provided Juice Plus Soft Chews and Complete for after school and holiday programs as well as funding in support of an after school homework program assisting up to 40 children each week.
GREAT LAKES COLLEGE – KOORI GIRLS AND BOYS CULTURE GROUP
The Culture Group’s main objectives is to help the students gain respect for themselves and others, complete their education to the highest levels, know their Aboriginal heritage and culture and stories and involve the Aboriginal Parents, Elders and Community in engaging and being involved within the school. Nutrition Plus has funded this school since 2016 with funding to run a school cultural camp for Aboriginal children at risk