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Community customer grants

2024 community customer grants

Applications for 2024 community customer grants are now closed and successful recipients will be announced in June.

Our community customer grants are for our community customers – organisations not individuals – who are creating change in areas that are important to our customers. Our grants program runs annually. In 2024, community customers had the opportunity to apply for grants up to $20,000.

Our grant program is for to community customers who have held a Bank Australia account for at least 1 year at 30 June every funding year. Applicants must be an organisation, such as a not-for-profit, community, school, volunteer or social enterprise with an ABN. Deductible gift recipient status is not required. Religious, political or commercial organisations are not eligible.

We’ll contact shortlisted applicants in early May for additional supporting documentation (such as profit and loss reports, balance sheets and statement of cash flow) to help us make final funding decisions. We intend to notify all unsuccessful recipients in early June.

Still have questions?  

Please refer to our FAQ's for more information.

In 2023 we supported 16 amazing organisations.


Our funding helped these grant recipients to scale up their impact and create a positive difference!

All The Queens Men
Asteria Services
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Barossa Wildlife Rescue
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Bridge for Asylum Seekers
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Corner Store Network
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Girls Rock! Canberra
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Mzuri Dance ArtisTree
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Nature Conservation Council NSW
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Women of Colour Australia
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Women's Environmental Leadership Australia
Meet our 2023 recipients

What are the impact areas?

Our community customer grants fund projects that have a positive impact in areas that are important to our customers:

Environmental impact areas

Supporting the humane treatment of animals

Taking action in Australia on climate mitigation, climate adaptation and climate justice

Protecting Australia's natural environment including flora and fauna

Social impact areas

Supporting increased independence, opportunity and equality for people with disability

Preventing family violence and/or supporting people who have been affected by family violence

Building unity and respect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and supporting their strengths

Supporting equality for all genders

Supporting equality and equal opportunity for people of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities

Supporting fair and humane treatment for refugees and people seeking asylum

Increased equality of education opportunities for all people in Australia

Economic impact areas

Supporting people in Australia to have access to housing that is affordable and meets their needs

Contributing to an economy that works for everybody in Australia

Frequently asked questions

I am a personal customer of Bank Australia, but my employer is not a customer. Can my employer still apply for funding?

No. The organisation applying for funding needs to be a Bank Australia customer.

Can Bank Australia customers partner with other organisations to deliver a project?

Yes. The lead organisation on the project must be a Bank Australia customer, but that lead organisation is able to partner with other organisations (who may be customers or not).

Can I submit multiple applications for different projects at the same organisation?

No. Applicants can only submit one application per organisation each round.

Community customer grant recipients

Check out the full list of recipients, and the stories behind some of our previous customer grant recipients.