Everyday Literacy for Local Communities – Funding Rounds

This is the list of completed Funding Rounds. All documentation will be made available, including reporting forms and Grant application guidelines. To submit a report of your funded program please ensure that you select the correct reporting form. The Funding Round should be on your funding deed. Some early Funding Rounds do not distinguish between Major and Minor grants, whereas all the more recent ones do. Please ensure you complete the grant acquittal report within three months of completing the funded program.

Funding Round 1

The first funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in November 2009.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Advice from Assessment Panel.

For summary information on the successful applications refer to Funding Round One Summary.

If you are reporting on funding round grants from Round 1, please use this Final Project Report at the completion of the project.

Resources

  • Advice from the Assessment Panel – PDF
  • Summary of Funding Round 1 – PDF
  • Report form for Funding Round 1 projects – DOC

Funding Round 2

The second funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in April/May 2010.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Feedback and Observations Round 2 .

For summary information on the successful applications refer to Funding Round 2 Summary.

If you are reporting on funding round grants from Round 2, please use this Final Project Report at the completion of the project.

Resources

  • Feedback and observations from the Assessment Panel – PDF
  • Funding Round summary – PDF
  • Report form for Funding Round 2 projects – DOC

Funding Round 3

The third funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in March/April 2011.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Feedback and Observations Round 3.

For summary information on the successful applications, refer to Funding Round 3 Summary.

If you are reporting on funding round grants from Round 3, please use this Final Project Report at the completion of the project.

Resources

  • Feedback and observations from the Assessment Panel – PDF
  • Funding Round summary – PDF
  • Report form for Funding Round 3 projects – DOC

Funding Round 4

The fourth funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in October 2011.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Feedback and Observations Round 4.

For summary information on the successful applications, refer to Funding Round 4 Summary.

If you are reporting on funding round grants from Round 4, please use this Final Project Report at the completion of the project.

Resources

  • Feedback and observations from the Assessment Panel – PDF
  • Funding Round summary – PDF
  • Report form for Funding Round 4 projects – DOC

Funding Round 5

The fifth funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in May 2012.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Feedback and Observations Round 5.

For summary information on the successful applications, refer to Funding Round 5 Summary.

If you are reporting on funding round grants from Round 5, please use either the Major Grant Final Project Report (Round 5) or the Minor Grant Final Project Report (Round 5) at the completion of the project.

Resources

  • Feedback and observations from the Assessment Panel – PDF
  • Funding Round summary – PDF
  • Report form for Funding Round 5 Minor Grant projects – DOC
  • Report form for Funding Round 5 Major Grant projects – DOC

 

Funding Round 6

The sixth funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in October 2012.

For the comments by the Assessment Panel on the applications received, refer to Feedback and Observations Round 6.

For summary information on the successful applications, refer to Funding Round 6 Summary.

In this funding round approximately $30,000 was available for funding adult or family literacy projects. Applicants could apply for a Minor Grant of up to $5,000. Major Grants were not offered in this funding round.

For reference, these Minor Grant Funding Guidelines, which now include revised Key Literacy Areas to match those in the Australian Core Skills Framework, and this Minor Grant Funding Application Form were used.

Successful applicants are required to provide a Minor Grant Final Project Report at the completion of their project.

Resources

  • Feedback and observations from the Assessment Panel –
  • Funding Round 6 summary –

Funding Round 7

The seventh funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was run in April 2013.

In this funding round approximately $80,000 was available for funding adult or family literacy projects. There were nine applications received, of which eight were funded, with $61,706 approved.

Successful applicants are required to provide a Final Project Report at the completion of their project.

If you require reporting forms for previous funding rounds, please see the funding round grant page for the Round under which you were funded. These are listed above.

Resources

Funding Round 8

The eighth funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was opened in April 2014.

In this funding round approximately $80,000 was available for funding adult or family literacy projects. There were nine applications received, of which eight were funded, with $61,706 approved.

Successful applicants are required to provide a Final Project Report at the completion of their project.

If you require reporting forms for previous funding rounds, please see the funding round grant page for the Round under which you were funded. These are listed above

Resources

Funding Round 9

The ninth funding round of the Everyday Literacy for Local Communities Program was opened in 2015 and closed in early 2016.

In this funding round approximately $80,000 was available for funding adult or family literacy projects. Fifteenteen applications were funded, with $145,670 distributed.

Successful applicants are required to provide a Final Project Report at the completion of their project.

If you require reporting forms for previous funding rounds, please see the funding round grant page for the Round under which you were funded. These are listed above

Resources