Animal Welfare Grant Program in Australia
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is seeking applications for its Animal Welfare Grant Program for animal welfare projects and activities that improve the well-being, care and responsible management of animals in the Northern Territory.
The objective of the Animal Welfare Fund is to improve the well-being of animals in the NT by:
Promoting and influencing appropriate animal welfare and humane management practices, through the provision of increased awareness, knowledge and skills to custodians of animals and the community
Providing for the minimum care of animals by improving quality of life and preventing or relieving the suffering of animals
Developing sustainable animal management approaches through partnerships and shared programs with like-minded organisations
Up to $10,000 for a small grant
Up to $50,000 for a large grant
What can be funded
Finite projects and activities with outcomes that align with the Animal Welfare Fund grant program objectives and meet the eligibility and application requirements will be assessed for funding.
Eligible applications must demonstrate that other financial or in-kind income support is available to deliver the project or activity. Grant funding cannot cover the entire cost of a project or activity.
You can apply for a grant if your organisation:
is legally registered and operates in the NT
is a registered not-for-profit incorporated body, co-operative, or association
meets the Animal Welfare Fund definition of an animal welfare organisation.
Individuals, private groups, and NT government agencies including government schools can’t apply.
If you’re a local government council or unincorporated body, you can only apply if you partner with a not-for-profit organisation.
What can’t be funded
Projects or activities which do not substantially align with and further the objective of the Animal Welfare Fund
Projects or activities that have been commenced or completed prior to the application (i.e. grants funding cannot be used for retrospective purposes)
The entire cost of a project or activity
Commercial business ventures (i.e. for-profit activities)
Wages of existing salaried staff, including ongoing administration costs of an organisation associated with a grant project
Conservation projects that do not have a primary focus on animal welfare.
Competitions, prizes, awards, gifts or event catering
Lobbying, activist activities or animal rights campaigns
Services of unregistered veterinary professionals
Services of veterinary professionals not based in the NT, unless the service required is unable to be sourced locally
Additionally, grant funding cannot be used for goods already purchased, legal fees, overseas travel, purchase of motor vehicles, non-urgent repairs and maintenance, or research work for private academic purposes
For more information, visit https://grantsnt.nt.gov.au/grants/2022-23-animal-welfare-grant
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