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Freemasons Foundation Victoria invites charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) to apply for a FFV Community Grant for programs in Victoria.


Grants between $5,000 and $50,000 are available.

Applicants are not required to have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status.


It is anticipated that all applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application in December and payment will be made in February.

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Funding Areas


Social services and programs that have an enduring impact or work to provide a

long-term solution to social inequality. Examples would include funding of equipment for emergency relief programs or provision of materials and training for work readiness. 


Mental health services and projects that provide assistance to local Victorian communities.

Community Development

Programs that improve engagement and educational opportunities for students from lower socio-economic backgrounds in Victoria, increasing wellbeing and retention rates through to completion of year 12.

Youth empowerment programs that enhance educational opportunities, skill development, mentorship programs, leadership training, and youth-led projects.


Programs that contribute to improving outcomes and reduce the societal impact for sufferers of prostate cancer in Victoria.

Health and Research

Indigenous Programs

Programs that are devised, promoted and managed by Indigenous people that make an enduring difference.

Grant Guidelines

The Foundation will not fund grant applications involving:

  • Foreign Programs

  • Programs that duplicate existing government programs

  • Programs outside Victoria

  • Programs that are not of a charitable nature

  • General fundraising appeals  

  • Projects designed to benefit an individual or family

  • Retrospective payments or costs already incurred

Applications are now closed.

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