The Give Where You Live Foundation aims to create a better, fairer society through our grants program.
Based on our Theory of Change, the Foundation provides funding in the following outcome areas:
- Survive, and
There are currently no open Grant Rounds. Further information will be released closer to the date of the next Grant Round opening (see below 2021 dates for guidance).
For further information on what the Foundation funds and the eligibility criteria please refer to the Give Where You Live Foundation Grant Guidelines 2022
Have you requested feedback?
If you’ve applied to Give Where You Live Foundation funding before and you would like to receive feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we can schedule in a time to have a chat.
Pitch Up Geelong!
In addition to the standard grant rounds noted above, the Give Where You Live Foundation also holds an annual live crowdfunding event which supports fundraising for three community organisations.
The Pitch Up Geelong grants focus on the Education and Employment outcome areas and Expressions of Interest are sought annually.
Further information on how to apply is made available on the Give Where You Live Foundation website closer to the date. You can find out more here.
Grants Awarded Recently
Read our Education & Employment Grants announced in November 2021 by clicking here.
Read our Survive & Thrive Grants announced in July 2021 by clicking here
Read our Community Grants announced in June 2020 by clicking here
Read our Emergency Grants in response to the Covid-19 emergency announced in April 2020 by clicking here
Read our Community Connections Grants announced in November 2020 by clicking here
Read our Feed Geelong Grants announced in November 2020 by clicking here
Grants Notification List
To receive a notification when our various Grant Rounds are open and materials (including applications) are available on the Give Where You Live Foundation website please send an email to email@example.com
Community Grant Review Panels
Engaging the community is an important part of our grant process. If you are interested in being a community grant review panellist please view our current opportunities here.
If you have any questions about our grant making please contact the Grants Team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 5229 4364