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Financial Markets Foundation for Children View Grant Back

$50,001 - $100,000

Generally $50,000 - $80,000 per year for one or two years. Maximum of $100,000 for one year; maximum of $160,000 for two years.

1-2 years

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May cofund / Not specified

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Academic institution, Nonprofit legal entity (inc. assn, company, coop. or trust), Individual

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Name Emails Phones
Financial Markets Foundation for Children foundationforchildren@afma.com.au

Research programs designed to improve the health, welfare and wellbeing of Australian children. Preference will be given to projects focused on children aged 14 years and under, although the Foundation will consider projects relating to children up to 18 years of age.

The Foundation will only accept applications from individuals, committees or project-focused foundations.

Administration; marketing; advertising.

Submit the Expression of Interest form by email. See http://www.foundationforchildren.com.au/apply-for-a-grant.html

Philip Lowe (Chari); Matt Comyn; Chum Darvall; Shayne Cary Elliott; Matthew Grounds; William P Gurry AO; Brian Hartzer; Mary Reemst; Paul J. Robertson AO; Andrew Thorburn.

Children's Medical Research Institute ($160,000); Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne, Royal Children's Hospital ($127,425); Hudson Institute of Medical Research ($72,738); Murdoch's Children Research Institute ($160,000); The University of Queensland ($159,783); Sydney Children's Hospital Network - The Children's Hospital at Westmead ($120,000); University of Western Australia ($159,890); The University of Queensland ($139,130); Murdoch's Children Research Institute ($158,488). Full lists at: http://www.foundationforchildren.com.au/where-your-money-goes/2016.html

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