Funding for Employment & Connection Initiatives
The Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund provides grant funding for projects that offer benefits to South Australian adults living with an acquired brain injury or a degenerative neurological condition.
We are currently seeking applications for:
- Initiatives that create mainstream employment opportunities with award related wages for people living with disability
- Initiatives for people living with disability that support genuine connections, meaningful relationships and valued roles in mainstream community life.
To help with the application process, we have gathered some examples of initiatives from around Australia and overseas to help applicants understand the type of initiatives we are seeking. We invite you to check out these initiatives on our website or using the buttons below. Application forms and guidelines are also available below and on the website.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2016
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This article excerpt was sourced from the website Julia Farr Purple Orange Association newsletters (full copy) and the original article can be found at Funding Available for Employment & Connection Initiatives.