Past Grant Recipients

2020

Major Grants Recipients

Working It Out

LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Practices for Disability Services

2019

Major Grants Recipients

Yooralla

My identity, My choice. Improving LGBTIQA+ expression within Yooralla via Staff Education and Training

Deakin University School of Health & Social Development

Experiences of LGBTIQ people with disability, including the systemic health, social and relational factors which impact on full inclusion (interviews)

Small Grants Recipients

Ben MacEllen

Equipment to take Transmansplaining to rural towns

Bendigo Pride Festival

2020 festival marketing and promotion

Rainbow Community House

Participation of stalls at community events

TransFolk of Western Australia

Investment in PA system to sustain ongoing events

Mother Duck

LGBTQIA+ program

Wendybird

5 year anniversary social event

Rainbow Disability SA

Support group for LGBTQIA+ people with disabilities

Advance Diversity Services

Multicultural LGBTQIA+ Support Directory

Headspace Newcastle

LGBTQIA+ card game development

Tiwi Islander Sistagirls

Supported Dance Rites attendance

Family Access Network

LGBTQIA+ book exchange event

North-East Bushrangers Basketball

Establishing new women’s team

Blacktown Youth Services

Support AllOut LGBTIQ youth event

Adrian Tilby

Fund Perth Bushdance

Sydney Bi+ Network

BiLines storytelling event

Pride In Port

Annual celebration and ball

Anam Cara Geelong

LGBTQIA+ workshop for staff

2018

Major Grants Recipients

Uni NSW Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration

Evaluation of a e-learning platform – supporting LGBTIQ people with dementia and changed behaviours

Aspergers Vic Inc

Interpreting the Spectrums -Understanding barriers to health care for the LGBTIQ+ autistic community

University of Melbourne, National LGBTI Health Alliance

Development of LGBTI inclusive practice guidelines for Australian housing and homeless sectors

Switchboard (Victoria)

Effective Postvention for Suicide Prevention- staff development tool to be shared with Qlife orgs

Small Grants Recipients

Portland Bay School

Wellbeing and Wellness

City of Casey Council

Social Support group

Melbourne Bisexual Network

Melbourne bisexual network project

Ayman Barbaresco

Ayman Upskills to Assist Others

Courage to Care

LGBT Discrimination Awareness Exhibit

Amnesty International Aust

LGBT+ Leadership Training Academy

Free Range Holistic Creativity

LGBT+/ Queer Panel Discussion & Networking

LGBTI Community Care

Build A Community -LGBTI community service

Emma Rose Smith

Unspoken Words

Dexter Rosengrave

Safe Haven

Ben Nielsen

LGBTI[Q&A] podcast

Mia Mala McDonald

Rainbow Families Portrait Project

Busselton Pride

2018 Pride March

Anna Laerkesan

The Apocalypse Tapestry Of Darlinghurst

Hawkesbury Community Outreach service

Come Out, Come Out wherever U R

2017

Major Grants Recipients

Melba Support Services (Victoria)

Sexuality, Equality, Disability – workshops for NDIS workers and clients

Swinburne University of Technology

Demographics by sexuality – secondary analysis of the Australian General Social Survey

Inclusion Melbourne Inc

Inclusion and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people with intellectual disability – practice-based training materials for disability organisations

Small Grants Recipients

Maleny Neighbourhood Centre

Maleny Ally Network

Christian Community Aid Service Inc

Our Space Youth Centre Eastwood welcome event

Wong Lab Productions

Secret Gaygent: Short Film

Sydney Queer Muslims

Support group

Tina Dixson

Queer Women refugee retreat

Bisexual+ Community Perth

Pride march attendance

Esther Joy Montgomery

Aboriginal LGBTI l Awareness Day

Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre

Exploring Sexuality, Gender Diversity workshop

Eric Kuhlmann

Pride March Adelaide

2016

Major Grants Recipients

Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria, La Trobe University

Literature review and data analysis of Private Lives 2 – To build the evidence base for LGBTIQ people living with disabilities regarding social inclusion, health and access to services. Report at https://www.latrobe.edu.au/arcshs/

Uni of Melbourne, Launch Housing, Transgender Vic

Development and piloting a model of care for trans and gender diverse people accessing homelessness services. Report at www.lgbtihomeless.org.au

University of Melbourne

Interviews with LGBTI people to understand drivers of homelessness
Report at www.lgbtihomeless.org.au

University of Melbourne

Interviews with homelessness service providers re LGBTI clients

Swinburne University of Technology

Secondary data analysis Journeys Home and General Social Survey

Aged and Disability Advocacy Australia

LGBTI Seniors and Residential Care Engagement Project https://adaaustralia.com.au

Council of the Ageing (Victoria) + Transgender Victoria

Development of a guide for older trans, gender diverse and LGBTIQ people to support and encourage end of life planning. Report at www.cotavic.org.au

2015

Major Grants Recipients

Royal District Nursing Service (National)

Development of evidence-based guidelines and culturally appropriate trans and gender diverse training for nursing and aged home care staff

National LGBTI Health Alliance

Testing the feasibility of an on-line Virtual Visitor program for older LGBTI people in rural areas. Now a national scheme https://lgbtihealth.org.au/lgbtivisitors/

2014

Major Grants Recipients

Helping Hand Aged Care Inc

Aged care service development and delivery by and for older LGBTI people. Report at http://www.helpinghand.org.au

2013

Major Grants Recipients

Lesbian Parenting Australia

Development of a national web- based resource for LGBTIQ women
See www.lesbianparenting.com.au

2012

Major Grants Recipients

Regional Youth Support Service

Employment of a female worker at the same-sex attracted youth service in the Generation Queer (GenQ) Young Woman’ s project.
http://ryss.com.au/gen-q.html

La Trobe University – ARCSHS

Development of “Val’s Café” website as a national resource hub for older LGBTI people and their service providers
http://www.valscafe.org.au

Gay & Lesbian Switchboard (QLife- national)

Development of a national website -a collaboration of the five volunteer-based LGBTI telephone counselling services across Australia. Now https://qlife.org.au/

2011

Major Grants Recipients

Pflag Australia

Establishment of four new regional and rural Pflag groups