Department of Finance

Successful Grant Submissions

Capacity Building Grants

The Department of Finance’s Capacity Building Grants (Grants) were designed in consultation with Supporting Communities Forum members to offer a transparent and accountable means of providing immediate capacity building support to the public and Not-For-Profit (NFP) sectors.

The Department of Finance is responsible for the funds associated with the Grants.

Submissions have been awarded for the 2017-18 Capacity Building Grants. Individual Capacity Building Grants were awarded up to $100,000 (GST inclusive).

Nineteen applications were received totaling $1,785,082. Of these applications, five submissions totaling $434,622 were successful, as follows:

NFP Peak Body Organisation

Proposal Title

$

Community Legal Centres Association WA Inc. Strategic engagement of service users in Community Legal Centres $40,000
People with Disabilities WA Inc. Connect with me: Building a sustainable co-design network of people with disability (Phase 2) $100,000

Shelter WA
Building the co-design skills of people who have or are experiencing housing precariousness $98,482

Western Australian Association for Mental Health Inc
Designing consumer centred collaborative arrangements: lived experience participation from rhetoric to reality $96,140
Western Australian Council of Social Services Partnering with Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations to deliver trusted services with stronger outcomes for Aboriginal people $100,000
TOTAL $434,622

For the 2015-16 Grants, 14 applications were received totalling $1,198,550. Of these applications, five submissions totalling $480,643 were successful, as follows:

NFP Peak Body Organisation

Proposal Title

$

Linkwest Inc. Co-design for Thriving Communities $100,000
National Disability Services Collaborating to Prioritise the Mission: Structural Options to Achieve Financial Sustainability and Continuity of Client Services $100,000

Western Australian Association for Mental Health Inc
Increasing Member Participation: Advocacy and Co-design Training $80,643
Western Australian Council of Social Services Building Capacity in Co-Designing Community Services $100,000
Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia YACWA Youth Sector Support for the Aboriginal Youth Services Investment Reforms $100,000
TOTAL $480,643

Submissions have been awarded for the 2016-17 Capacity Building Grants. Individual Capacity Building Grants were awarded up to $100,000 (GST inclusive).

For the 2016-17 Grants, 20 applications were received totaling $1,769,446. Of these applications, four submissions totaling $400,000 were successful, as follows:

NFP Peak Body Organisation

Proposal Title

$

Linkwest Inc. Co-design for Thriving Communities Project: Phase 2 $100,000
People with Disabilities WA Inc. Connect with me: Building a sustainable co-design network of people with disability $100,000

Western Australian Association for Mental Health Inc
Consumer Centred Service Integration – The What and How $100,000
Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia Leveraging Reform Engagement and Momentum $100,000
TOTAL $400,000

For the 2015-16 Grants, 14 applications were received totalling $1,198,550. Of these applications, five submissions totalling $480,643 were successful, as follows:

NFP Peak Body Organisation

Proposal Title

$

Linkwest Inc. Co-design for Thriving Communities $100,000
National Disability Services Collaborating to Prioritise the Mission: Structural Options to Achieve Financial Sustainability and Continuity of Client Services $100,000

Western Australian Association for Mental Health Inc
Increasing Member Participation: Advocacy and Co-design Training $80,643
Western Australian Council of Social Services Building Capacity in Co-Designing Community Services $100,000
Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia YACWA Youth Sector Support for the Aboriginal Youth Services Investment Reforms $100,000
TOTAL $480,643

 

 

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