100 Women enables everyday people to be involved in creating a world where all women and girls can live safely with access to health, education and economic freedom. We do this by combining donations and knowledge to provide impactful grants. 100 Women is a giving circle, a unique collaborative process that enables everyday people to be involved and engaged in philanthropy. Members of our giving circle pool their financial, intellectual, professional and personal resources to ignite women’s philanthropy through the power of collective giving to advance the empowerment of all women. 100 Women has been established as a Public Ancillary Fund. The trustee for the 100 Women Public Ancillary Fund is The Alchemist Foundation. The 100 Women Advisory Board will manage the grant making process and make recommendations to be approved by The Alchemist Foundation as Trustee.
Organisations must be a fund, authority or institution:
- which is Charitable (or would be a charity within the meaning of the Charities Act 2013 (Cth) if it were not a ‘government entity’, as defined in the Act); and
- that has Item 1 Deductible Gift Recipient Status (DGR).
If your organisation does not meet both of the above criteria, then it is unable to apply
- Improve the economic empowerment of women from disadvantaged backgrounds; or
- Improve the health outcomes of women and girls; or
- Improve educational outcomes for girls and women; or
- Provide safety to women and girls at risk from rape, forced prostitution, sex trafficking or family violence.Further, expressions of interest are strongly encouraged that:
- Target an identifiable population for a specific duration.
- Have considered the sustainability of the activity both in terms of funding and learning outcomes.
- Have measures of change and assessment of outcomes built into the proposal logic.
- Provide evidence of the need or problem being addressed.
- Have community commitment by demonstrating other funding contributions. In kind contributions are evidence of this.
- Demonstrate a wide base of community support and where necessary that stakeholder consultation has been undertaken
Maximum of $30,000.
HOW TO APPLY
After reading the above guidelines carefully, then complete the 2016 Expression of Interest (EOI) Form available from the 100 Women website. All organisations may submit only ONE application per funding round. This is regardless of the number of discrete programs operating or different locations the organisation is present in. Organisations that have previously been awarded a 100 Women grant may not re-apply in the subsequent year. Please ensure that the completed EOI Form as well as:
- Your constitution or equivalent document; and
- Your most recent audited financial statement are submitted via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. EOIs without the accompanying documents will not be considered. The closing date for applications is as stated on the grants page of our website. As a courtesy to all who have worked to this timeframe, no late applications will be accepted. If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com.
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