A grant round offering up to $15,000 per grant has been launched to support projects that improve digital inclusion for South Australians on low incomes.
Digital inclusion means ensuring everyone can access and use technology and the internet to enhance and improve their daily lives. Digital technology has become an essential part of life, work, learning, accessing essential services and family and social connection.
We believe everybody should be able to learn about and access the online services and platforms that connect our world.
Digital Inclusion Grants
We are inviting applications for grants of up to $15,000 to improve digital inclusion for South Australians on low incomes, with priority given to projects that work with digitally excluded groups.
Through this granting program we will support South Australians to:
- Have access to data and/or devices (at home or in a local community place)
- Increase in digital confidence
- Increased in digital skills
- Be able to connect safely
- Be connected and using technology to manage daily life
Who can apply?
Applications are invited from individuals or groups, with a registered ABN, working in community to improve digital inclusion for South Australians on low incomes.
Applications close 17 November 2022. Applicants will be notified early December 2022 and funded projects completed end of November 2023.
How to apply
- Review this information pack
- Preview and plan your application
- Cost out your project
- Submit online https://wyatt.granttoolbox.com.au
- Video tutorial and trouble shooting here
We welcome discussion about your project idea before applying. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any questions or need application assistance. Phone: 8224 0074.
Should digital access be limited for you, please use this Application Form and email or post to:
The Wyatt Trust
161 Frome St,
Adelaide SA 5000