Ian Potter Foundation

The Ian Potter Foundation makes grants across a broad range of sectors and endeavours. Our grants are managed through seven program areas: Arts, Community Wellbeing, Education, Environment & Conservation, Health & Disability, Medical Research, and Science.

The majority of our grants are made in response to applications and/or an expression-of-interest (EoI), although grants may be made in response to a need or opportunity proactively identified by the Foundation. The latter are usually major funding initiatives.

The Ian Potter Foundation rarely awards the full amount of any project.  Please ensure that you have alternative providers of funding, and that your application clearly considers any possible grant from the Foundation in this context.  

This section guides grant-seekers step-by-step through the process of applying for a grant, starting with confirming eligibility to receive a grant under the Australian taxation laws and checking the suitability of the project before setting up an online account and submitting an application. Please note that most of our program areas consider applications via a two-step process that may take from four to six months to complete.
DGR requirements
There are two distinct types of DGR. This is identified on an organisation's notice of endorsement from the Australian Taxation Office as either a deductible gift recipient item 1, or item 2.
• The Ian Potter Foundation is limited to funding DGR's where the 'provision for gift deductibility' is "item 1 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997". That is, we can only make grants to organisations endorsed as DGR Item 1.
• The Ian Potter Foundation is a public ancillary fund and cannot make grants to other public ancillary funds (PuAFs) or to private ancillary funds (PAFs). If your notice of endorsement as a DGR states the provision for gift deductibility is item 2 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997, your organisation will be an ancillary fund and therefore not entitled to receive grants from us.

Moreinfo: https://www.ianpotter.org.au
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