Grants recipients

Since 1969 our Grants Program has funded hundreds of projects that make a difference to the lives of Victorians.

Search our database of grants projects funded since 2010. Grants can be searched by keyword, type and year.

136 grants
General Grant
2014/2015
Grant amount $24,924 (exc GST)

In a series of ten short videos, Lizzie O’Shea talks to Australia’s key legal minds, exploring important cases and revealing how Australian law works. The videos will be designed to be used with senior secondary school students and broadcast on ABC TV.

Small Grant
2014/2015
Grant amount $1,500 (exc GST)

For the continuation, development and expansion of the Victorian Bar choir’s work within the legal profession and the wider community. The choir provides a creative outlet for barristers in response to high depression rates within the legal profession.

Small Grant
2014/2015
Grant amount $3,632 (exc GST)

Record two community radio announcements in Vietnamese and Mandarin providing referral information for family law, domestic violence, and immigration law issues that arise in situations of domestic violence. Grant no.: S15-018

General Grant
2014/2015
Grant amount $29,786 (exc GST)

This project will produce a comprehensive suite of online legal resources to assist Victorian volunteer-involving community organisations to better understand and apply the law as it relates to volunteers.

Small Grant
2013/2014
Grant amount $4,362 (exc GST)

To scope the legal needs of hospital patients in order to create training material for hospital staff and to identify the best ways to deliver legal services in hospital settings. This will inform a larger project that will eventually provide pro bono legal services at three hospitals in Victoria.

Small Grant
2014/2015
Grant amount $4,976 (exc GST)

A grant to fund the creation of six downloadable employment-law factsheets.

General Grant
2013/2014
Grant amount $32,562 (exc GST)

To enable Youthlaw to promote and test a variety of legal resources with vulnerable young people, including videos, online resources and a mobile phone app.

General Grant
2012/2013
Grant amount $60,000 (exc GST)

A grant to develop a curriculum that can be integrated into adult education classes to promote better understanding of the law.

Small Grant
2011/2012
Grant amount $4,974 (exc GST)

A grant to update Rural Housing Network’s Almost home, which provides information for homeless young people moving into transitional housing, and, ultimately, for independent living.

Small Grant
2011/2012
Grant amount $5,000 (exc GST)

A grant to develop a video dramatisation of the DPP v Daniel Jones case study. The video will be used for legal education at Australian universities as part of the Advocacy manual: the complete guide to persuasive advocacy.

Small Grant
2011/2012
Grant amount $2,000 (exc GST)

A grant to fund a legal workshop for young Victorians who use digital sampling in the production of their music and art.

Small Grant
2011/2012
Grant amount $4,900 (exc GST)

A grant to produce a DVD marketed to the youth sector and secondary students to give young people an overview of the legal issues affecting them and how Youthlaw and other legal services can help.

General Grant
2010/2011
Grant amount $58,201 (exc GST)

A grant to scope and support the establishment of a centre that would respond to the growing inequity between rural, regional and metropolitan Victoria in the administration of the justice system and its provision of services and programs.

General Grant
2010/2011
Grant amount $50,000 (exc GST)

A grant to fund a 10-week program to bridge the gap between the Australian legal system and Arabic-speaking youth living Hume and Moreland.

Small Grant
2010/2011
Grant amount $5,000 (exc GST)

A grant to fund the inclusion of an educational DVD in Victoria Police’s Weapons information kit.

This page was last updated on June 23, 2015