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Grants and Funding

GrantsLINK makes it easier to find suitable and relevant grants for your community projects from the many Commonwealth grants that are available. GrantsLINK also helps you find the best source of funding and assists you to complete application forms.
The Bernie Kilgariff Memorial Scholarship is available to assist an Alice Springs school leaver with completion of their tertiary studies in a medical / health related field.
Department of Business client managers are the key point of contact for Northern Territory business owners or managers looking to improve their business profitability, sustainability or capability.
The Community Benefit Fund was established to provide funding support for gambling-related research and amelioration programs concerned with problem gambling, as well as Community Benefit Grants which provide assistance for general community development and improvement purposes.
The primary objective of the Community Housing Program in the Territory is to assist those community agencies that provide accommodation services to people requiring ongoing support.
Territory businesses have access to enterprise improvement grants and assistance, subject to qualifying criteria.
Information on obtaining the First Home Owner Grant and First Home Owners Boost.
Scholarships are available to eligible school leavers to undertake full-time degree studies. Scholarships are awarded on the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (or equivalent) and are only awarded for study interstate where the core program is not offered at a Northern Territory tertiary institution.
Department of Natural Resources Environment and The Arts (NRETA) has the following grants programs: Regional Museums Grant Support Program, Arts Grants Program, NT Film Grants Program, Heritage Grants, Natural Heritage Trust and Environment Grants.
Provides assistance to Councils and declared local governing bodies.
The Policy Coordination Unit is made up of Legal Policy, Community and Justice Policy and the departments Research and Statistics Unit. Essentially, any policy issue across the department is fed through this new unit for advice and further development. This ensures whole of Government/departmental strategies and directions are consistently met in the most efficient and effective way. As well as internal matching, Policy Coordination is responsible for any Department of Justice policy responses/submissions to other agencies, both Government and non Government
The Policy Coordination Unit in the Department of Justice does exactly as the name suggests, it coordinates policy. It has responsibility for Law Making & Law Reform, Community Justice Centre, Alcohol Policy & Coordination, Community Benefit Fund, Construction Contracts Registrar and the Research and Statistic Unit.
The Northern Territory Government offers financial assistance to sport, recreation and local government organisations to assist the delivery of services and programs to the community. This is provided through a grants program which is administered on an annual basis.
The Northern Territory Government provides a stamp duty concession to persons purchasing a home or land on which to build a home that will be their first home in Australia.
The Northern Territory Government provides a stamp duty concession to persons purchasing a home or land on which to build a home that is to be their principal place of residence.
Territory businesses and individuals can benefit from training programs and funding to assist in providing training and to increase employment opportunities for Territorians.
Scholarships are available to eligible Territorians studying Certificate IV to Advanced Diploma level courses. Applications will be assessed and strong consideration will be given to applications for study in areas of skill shortages and labour demand.
Assist young Territorians to access drug and alcohol free entertainment and youth development/leadership activities. There are three set rounds per year: December/January, National Youth Week (April) and July.
The NT Government, through OYA Youth Grants Program assists young people and youth and community organisations to get their ideas off the ground and assists young people in the Northern Territory to access a variety of events, programs and activities.

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