The Australian and state Governments provide a range of grants and funding opportunities that your school might be eligible to access. Below are some options that Urban Green Farms can assist with: 


The Community Gardens Grant program seeks to support a variety of garden types, not just traditional food gardens. Previous projects have included indigenous food style gardens, micro-forests and urban gardens to improve and generate community attraction.


We are looking to fund programs, initiatives or events that benefit in particular the community through environmental outcomes, and which contribute to a positive social and economic impact.


This grant supports local groups and communities to increase the adoption of NRM activities that improve and protect the condition of biodiversity,


The mission is to build communities inspired to take action for a sustainable future. The aim is to support projects that promote innovation in environmental education and advocate for environmental sustainability.


The Victorian Government is backing educators across the secondary schooling sector to deliver the agriculture skills of the future.


Provides grants to eligible not for profit organisations, community groups, schools and registered charities seeking to make a positive difference in their local areas.


The grant is designed to support scientists, organisations and community groups to conduct citizen science projects that tackle important issues in Queensland.


This competition encourages students to communicate a scientific concept in a way that is accessible and entertaining to the public while increasing their science knowledge. It is intended to support budding young scientists across the nation, who will be our future leaders in research, discovery and communication


Providing support for people undertaking projects that will make a positive difference to the natural living environment, in land, sea or air, rural or urban. We support grassroots organisations and individuals, and academics who are working with on-ground community groups.

for more information about the grants