Our grant program

Good Things Foundation Australia offers a range of digital inclusion grants to support organisations to close the digital divide in their community.

Be Connected program grants aim to support older people (over 50's) in Australia to improve their digital skills, safety and confidence. There is a range of funding available to community organisations to support older people in their communities to embrace digital technology, including grants for digital skills program delivery, community events, digital mentor training and setting up loan digital device programs.

We also occasionally offer digital health literacy grant funding for community organisations to deliver these essential programs to adults of all ages in their community.

Grants are available to organisations registered as part of Good Things Foundation Australia's national Be Connected Network.

Current and upcoming opportunities

Start up or expand your Be Connected digital skills program with up to $20,000 in grants available.

$5,000 grants available to loan devices and data to socially isolated or disadvantaged learners over 50.

Past opportunities:

The following are grant opportunities that were previously available to Be Connected Network Partners, and are now closed for applications. If you'd like to be alerted to when new grants are available subscribe to the Network Partner Newsletter.

$1,500 grant to host an event to promote your program

One-off $2,000 grant to help you get started in the Be Connected Network

Join our new digital health literacy program to build essential skills in your community

$1,000 grants to host an event during Get Online Week (17-23 October 2022)

Grants of $50,000 to support the delivery of the Be Connected program in your community or networks

If you have any questions on the Be Connected grant program, contact our support team at connect@goodthingsfoundation.org.