Current grant round

Call for Expressions of Interest

Pride Foundation Australia is seeking expressions of interest to develop a set of online training resources on inclusive practice with LGBTIQA+ refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia. The project will be conducted within a 12-month period, with a total payment of $20,000.
Training resources development regarding inclusive practice for Australian services seeing LGBTIQA+ refugees and people seeking asylum

We are seeking an individual, company or consortium of experienced trainers in the area. The team must demonstrate an existing working relationship with LGBTIQA+ people with refugee and/or asylum seeking experience.

Training resources principles

The resources should:

  • Use a human rights framework
  • Be co-designed with people with lived experience and with LGBTIQA+-specific services
  • Include intersectionality to ensure understanding of multiple marginalisation
  • Be freely accessible nationally via an online platform

Target groups

Priority organisations that should be the target groups for training are:

  • Settlement services
  • LGBTQIA+ specific services

Applicants must submit an expression of interest by email to PFA using the appropriate form by 5pm Monday 4th May 2020. The successful applicant will be advised Friday 22nd May with the project to start no earlier than 1st June 2020.

Expression of interest forms



Please note, the grants are not intended to support capital and building works, vehicles, furniture or equipment, general fund-raising, travel, books or religious activities.

For more information, contact:
Rhonda Brown (PFA grants volunteer)
M: 0419 309 540