Congratulations to our Round 2 Small Grant Recipients


Each project has received $500 towards their project.

LGBTIQ Library Exchange
Family Access Network (FAN) received a PFA grant to start a LGBTIQ+ book exchange for clients living in their LGBTIQ+ specific transitional properties.

Come Out and Play
Bushrangers Basketball is the first LGBTIQ+ club to enter into women’s basketball associations in Victoria. With the grant from PFA, the Bushrangers will establish new teams in the women’s basketball associations of Melbourne’s Eastern and Western suburbs.

Perth Bush Dance
Adrian Tilby received a PFA grant that will go towards hosting a queer bushdance in Perth with a live bushband and folk dancing.

All Out Blacktown
Blacktown Youth Services received a PFA grant for their LGBTIQA+ program All Out. The grant will be put towards facilitating low-risk social events within a safe space, to help in establishing and promoting positive representations of queer people in Blacktown.

We are now accepting applications for round 3! You have until September 8 to apply for up to $500 in funding for a project that helps LGBTQIA+ people and promotes positive social outcomes and mental health in the community.

Find out more at Small Grants

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