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: 


Offers grants of between $2000 and $5000 for schools to cover the costs of tools, equipment, specialised furniture and consumables needed to establish maker spaces that encourage STEM experimentation.


Inspiring Australia Victoria aims to fund activities that help people engage in science.


The program supports schools to explore how creativity can enhance and advance education outcomes across the curriculum from Foundation to Year 10, including VET and VCAL.


School Infrastructure NSW's Sustainable Schools Grants invite all NSW public schools and preschools to apply for funding up to $15,000 to deliver practical sustainability-focused projects that link to the NSW curriculum.


The NSW Department Planning, Industry & Environment, through the Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer (OCSE) manages the Supporting Young Scientists Program (SYSP).


This Grant recognises students, teachers, support officers, schools and education partners who demonstrate an outstanding and innovative contribution to STEM education in Queensland.


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


You can apply for funding of up to $10,000 if your project relates to at least one of the goals in our Engaging Queenslanders in Science strategy.


The school grant program is intended to contribute to the running of a National Science Week activity or event in a school

for more information about the grants