For further information on this grant opportunity, please visit the NSW Government Grants and Funding Finder listing and review the grant guidelines. Further information and responses to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can also be found on the NSW Health End of Life and Palliative Care website.
The End of Life and Palliative Care Grants Program aims to complement NSW Health palliative and end of life care services by supporting community initiatives to engage with death and dying. Projects or activities should address one or more of the following key objectives:
- Increase death and grief literacy in the community.
- Promote knowledge and implementation of Advanced Care Planning.
- Provide increased support for bereavement, grief and loss for families and carers.
A total of up to $4 million in funding is available over four years (FY 2023/2024 – 2026/27) under the World Class End of Life Care commitment, with multiple grants of between $320,000 up to $800,000 available ($80,000 – $200,000 per year).
A minimum amount of $800,000 ($200,000 per year) will go towards proposals from Aboriginal community-controlled organisations (ACCHOs or ACCOs).
Any queries regarding the grants program or its application process should be directed to the NGO grants program inbox via MOH-PalliativeCare-NGOGrants@health.nsw.gov.au and will be responded to via the FAQs page on the NSW Health website.