Round Two of Australian Aid Friendship Grants are now open for charities, local government groups and organisations.
Since starting last year, this three-year program has allocated $10 million to strengthen our relationships between our not-for-profit organisations and our neighbours in the Indo-Pacific region.
Eligible non-profit organisations can apply for a one-off grant from $30,000 right up to $60,000 to assist these countries that face various needs and challenges.
Last year, World Hope International from Mackenzie was successful in receiving a Friendship Grant to further their work in Cambodia to build all-year-round climate-controlled mushroom grow houses.
Over 200 applications were received for the Friendship Grants Program that was awarded to 46 organisations through their merit-based selection process.
Round two of the Australia Aid Friendship closes 1 pm AEST 10 September 2019
To know more on how to apply for the Friendship Grant, visit the DFAT website