ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants (NSW, SA and ACT)

Applications for Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Jurisdictional Based Grants in New South Wales, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory closed 30 November 2017.

View the ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants Round (NSW, SA and ACT) information webcast. This is a video with information about the grants round.

Organisations could apply for grants of up to 2 years.

The NDIA accepted applications for ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants (NSW, SA and ACT) in any one of the four ILC Activity Areas:

1.    Information, linkages and referrals – this area is about making sure that people with disability and their families and carers have access to up-to-date, relevant and quality information. It is also about making sure they are linked into services and supports in the community that meet their needs.

2.    Community awareness and capacity building – this area is about making sure community activities and programs understand the needs of people with disability and have the skills and knowledge they need to be more inclusive.

3.    Mainstream capacity building – this area is about making sure mainstream services have the knowledge and skills they need to meet the needs of people with disability. Mainstream services are those things usually funded by government such as education, transport and health.

4.    Individual capacity building – this area is about making sure people with disability have the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to set and achieve their goals.

Please note: if you participated in the ILC 'Try an ILC Idea' opportunity on the ILC Toolkit, this has no impact on the assessment of any grant application. Please ensure you understand all ILC grant application requirements.

Grant Opportunity Guidelines

The Grant Opportunity Guidelines for ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants (NSW, SA and ACT) are available here (DOCX 796KB) and on the Community Grants Hub website (external). The Grant Opportunity Guidelines highlight what you need to know to make an application for an ILC Jurisdictional Based Grant (NSW, SA and ACT).

Easy English Grant Opportunity Guidelines

An Easy English version of the Guidelines is also available:

  • Easy English Grant Opportunity Guidelines (DOCX 58KB)
  • Easy English Grant Opportunity Guidelines (PDF 9MB)

Please note the Easy English version does not replace the original Grant Opportunity Guidelines for this round.

ILC funded projects

2016-17

Just over $14 million has been allocated to deliver ILC National Readiness activities across Australia. Up to $3 million was available in 2017-18 to deliver ILC in the ACT. The recipients of grant funding for the ILC National Readiness Grants and ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants are listed on the NDIS website.

Feedback about the ILC National Readiness Grants round and ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants in the Australian Capital Territory (external) is available on the Department of Social Service’s (DSS) Community Grants Hub (external).

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