Our Work

Since 2005 Pride Foundation Australia has granted
over $200,000 for more than 40 grants and leveraged almost $300,000 in co-funding.

Pride Foundation Australia (PFA) actively works to increase philanthropic support for the Australian LGBTQIA+ and allied communities and to advocate for systemic change to advance LGBTQIA+ equity. We achieve this through four core activities:

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Grant-making

Impactful grants are made to organisations actively working to address LGBTQIA+ equity and disadvantage.

Our Small Grants Program provides accessible funding to grass roots LGBTQIA+ organisations and individuals.

Commissioning projects

PFA identifies leading research, education and community organisations to run specific projects to understand and address LGBTQIA+ community need, and to inform policy and practice change to overcome discrimination and disadvantage.

Collaboration

We enable other groups to raise and distribute philanthropic funds using the PFA sub-fund infrastructure. The Channel is the first sub-fund of PFA.

PFA works in partnership with like-minded philanthropic groups, including the Sidney Myer Fund and the Broadtree Foundation, to increase the funding pool available to LGBTQIA+ organisations. 

Fundraising

PFA actively fundraises through the community, individuals, organisational and corporate support to make our work possible.