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Bushfire Appeal Fund

Businesses and community organisations impacted by the summer's devastating bushfires can now apply for grants through the South Australian Bushfire Appeal fund.

Supporting businesses

Eligible businesses can now apply for grants of up to $4,000 through the South Australian Bushfire Appeal fund. Businesses can also apply for additional funding under other categories, based on their circumstances.

Payments are being provided to those businesses in the fire footprint who experienced injury, loss or damage under a number of categories. 

To find out more and to apply for a grant, visit SA Bushfire Appeal.
 

Supporting community organisations

Impacted community sport and social clubs can now apply for grants of up to $20,000 from the SA Bushfire Appeal fund.

Previously only open to those who lost their homes, livelihoods and loved ones as a result of the bushfires, the fund has now been extended to sporting and social organisations in the Kangaroo Island and Adelaide Hills regions to assist in rebuilding their communities.
 
Eligible organisations will be able to seek grants of up to $20,000 to deliver programs that build community strength and resilience, replace damaged or destroyed infrastructure or support new infrastructure.

To find out more and to apply for a grant, visit SA Bushfire Appeal.
 

Wildlife recovery grants

Landholders, community groups and researchers can now apply for recovery grants of up to $50,000 to help re-establish native habitat and support threatened and vulnerable native animals in South Australia’s bushfire affected areas.
 
The first round of the $400,000 Wildlife Recovery Fund is open for applicants to deliver bushfire recovery projects such as native plant regeneration, feral animal and weed control, as well as projects to support species recovery like monitoring projects. 

For more information and to apply, visit Nature Foundation.