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Zig Zag Foundation View Grant Back

$10,001 - $20,000

Average grant: $500 - $25,000. The maximum funding available is $100,000

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May cofund / Not specified

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Equipment, General

Tax Concession Charity (TCC), Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR1)

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Zig Zag Foundation enquiries@zigzagfoundation.org
0400 433 400

Applications for funding can be made to the Zig Zag Foundation by any registered charity organisation for programs, projects or activities that are in support of sick, underprivileged and at risk children up to 18yrs. The Foundation will also fund medical and social research in these areas. Prefers to fund tangible needs including medical equipment. Will also fund programs, camps, life skills sessions, therapy, research and housing for homeless kids.

Registered charity organisations. Applicants must have DGR and TCC status.

Individuals and for-profit organisations; projects that are eligible for full support from government authorities; general maintenance and building works; equipment needing regular replacement; ordinary running costs; multi year funding; salaries or wages; retrospective or deficit funding requests; religious organisations for religious activities; political organisations or charities with political policies; projects that duplicate existing resources or initiatives; routine projects or services; administration costs, marketing, or associated wages.

See guidelines at the bottom of this page: http://www.zigzagfoundation.org/past-projects

Board: Michelle Lawson; Philip Lawson; Kim Spillman.

Hear and Say ($20,205); Cerebral Palsy League ($23,769); Heart Kids ($12,230); Muscular Dystrophy Queensland ($44,328); Montrose Access ($2,542). Stories at: https://www.zigzagfoundation.org/past-projects

1 Strategic Grants verifies all external links upon creation, but funders may at times update their websites without informing us. Please let us know if any links do not work.