Aboriginal Cancer Partnerships Grants Program for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in NSW
Open to Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations across NSW.
(Max $180,000 over 20 months)
Key dates, guidelines and application forms for all open grants offered by the Cancer Institute NSW’s Competitive Grants Program.
Applications for grants offered by the Cancer Institute NSW are sought from all NSW based universities, cancer services, hospitals, Area Health Services and other relevant agencies.
Applicants are requested to carefully consider the objectives, eligibility and selection criteria detailed in the Guidelines for each grant type to ensure they are applying for the most appropriate funding. If an applicant is unsure or would like to clarify any points please contact the grants secretariat.
More information about the grants application process can be found on the Applying for grants page on this website.
One-off Aboriginal Cancer Partnerships Grants Program for NSW
The Cancer Institute NSW is offering a one-off Aboriginal Cancer Partnerships Grants Program, funded by NSW Ministry of Health. The Aboriginal Cancer Partnerships Grants Program will support projects delivered by local health professional networks that build Aboriginal cancer control capacity and knowledge of health professionals across the spectrum of cancer control.
Grants are available for projects across the following three areas:
- Clinical Placements and Site Visits
- Health Professional Support Network and Ongoing Support
- Partnership Building Between Mainstream Cancer Services and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.
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