The Financial Literacy Australia (FLA) Grants program supports not-for-profit organisations to advance financial literacy in Australia.
In 2016, FLA allocated $1.3 million in grants, bring total grants to $4.4 million. The kinds of projects funded include:
- experimenting with an innovative financial literacy program and sharing the results
- evaluating an existing program to measure its impact and see how it can be improved
- expanding an existing program with demonstrated results so that it reaches more people
- practical research that will make a real difference
We are keen to support more projects like these.
Applications for 2016 have now closed.
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Steps in applying
- Read the guidelines on suitable projects
- Read the eligibility and selection criteria, to check your organisation is eligible and to see what we are looking for in a strong Expression of Interest.
- Browse the FAQs and tips for applicants
- If you are considering applying for a grant of over $50,000, we encourage you to contact the General Manager – Grants to discuss your proposal.
- Fill in the online Expression of Interest form
FLA initiated projects
As well as the ‘applicant initiated’ projects mentioned above, FLA may fund projects that it initiates itself. FLA may directly approach organisations about possible projects, or call for proposals to address a specific issue. These will be reported in the FLA newsletter (see the sign-up form at the bottom of this page).