Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) Capacity Building Grant Opportunity

Grant Name
Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) Capacity Building Grant Opportunity
Funder
National Indigenous Australians Agency
Australian Government
Country or Region
Australia
Research Field
Indigenous Communities
Deadline
30-Jun-2025
Grant Size
$54,000,000.00
Contact Info
nativetitle@niaa.gov.au
Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for funding under the PBC Capacity Building grant opportunity you must meet the eligibility requirements set out in Section 4 of the Grant Opportunity Guidelines

Grant Number
GO5214
Description

Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) Capacity Building Grant Funding is available to support PBCs to maximise the economic and social potential of native title through the effective and sustainable management of their land.

The objectives of the PBC Capacity Building Grant are to:

1. Increase the capacity of PBCs to take advantage of economic opportunities

2. Build long-term organisational capacity within PBCs through training and obtaining professional expertise

3. Support effective native title agreement-making

The outcomes of the PBC Capacity Building Grant are to:

· Build capacity of PBCs to maximise the social, cultural and economic aspirations of their native title holding group

Build capacity of PBCs to meet corporate compliance and native title obligations, and promote greater efficiency in land use decision-making

Funding resources

Purdue Grant Writing Lab: Introduction to Grant Writing Open Link
University of Wisconsin Writing Center: Planning and Writing a Grant Proposal Open Link

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