Grant applications are now closed
Thank you to all of the not-for-profits who applied for our 2015 grants round for projects or programs benefiting people with a disability, which closed on 30 April.
If you'd like to know when our next grant round opens in 2016, register your interest to receive updates.
To read about the successful 2015 recipients, click here.
Where does the money come from?
Our grants come from a pool of funds directly contributed to by Community Sector Banking and our Social Investment Deposit Account holders.
Contributors to the Grants Program:
Community Sector Banking contributes net profit earned on Social Investment Deposit Accounts
Social Investment Deposit Account holders who choose to donate 50% or 100% of the interest earned on their account.
Want to contribute? Take a look at getting involved.
How the grants are governed
Community Sector Banking manages the Social Investment Grants Program, with a Grants Advisory Committee comprising of two independent representatives, two Community Sector Banking representatives and one Bendigo Bank representative:
Bruce Argyle – Chair
Maz Thomson (Community Sector Banking)
Amanda Watt (Community Sector Banking)
Andrew Watts (Bendigo Bank)
The grants are administered and dispersed through Bendigo Bank’s Community Enterprise Foundation, in partnership with Community Sector Banking.
For enquiries regarding our Social Investment Grants Program, call 1300 304 541 (Community Enterprise Foundation) or email email@example.com.