FECCA is working with the Federal Government and other organisations to administer the CALD COVID-19 Health Small Grants Fund. This Fund will help multicultural community groups to lead grassroots communication activities around COVID-19 and the vaccination rollout, targeting CALD communities.
This is funded by the Federal Department of Health and will be implemented in collaboration with The Settlement Council of Australia, Migration Council Australia, and The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network.
Why you should participate
The Fund is to ensure that all Australians, including those from CALD backgrounds, have access to information on the COVID-19 vaccination. Together we need to combat COVID-19 in Australia. You can make a difference by providing accurate and useful information in your communities.
The CALD COVID-19 Health Small Grants Fund
FECCA will administer grants of $2500, $3500 or $5000 to groups or organisations to fund short-term, one-off, communication and outreach projects that aim to achieve the following objectives:
Address barriers to accessing information on COVID-19 and the vaccination program
Provide the opportunity for communities to identify and respond to issues and concerns surrounding COVID-19 and the vaccination program
Provide accurate and culturally relevant information on the COVID-19 Vaccination Program
Foster community involvement and participation
Encourage partnerships among community organisations
Applications are open now!
We will accept applications until the end of January 2022. All projects must be completed by 31 March 2022.
How to apply
To apply for a Small Grants Fund, you can complete the online form below.
Before applying, please read the CALD COVID-19 Health Small Grants Fund – Grant Application Guidelines, for additional details about eligibility and application requirements.