The auDA Foundation was established by .au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA)
in 2005 and will be accepting applications for grants in the fourth funding
round from Monday 22nd June 2009.
The auDA Foundation Board is keen to receive applications that will utilize
the power of the internet to deliver practical outcomes through innovative
The last funding round provided grants for worthy projects such as the
provision of online counselling services for deaf and hard of hearing
children or the online advisory service which supports the research
community to assess quality of life in patients with cancer.
Chris Disspain CEO of auDA said; "auDA Foundation grants will typically be
between $5,000 to $20,000 and be awarded to a range of eligible education or
research-based community projects."
"The auDA Foundation would certainly be interested in any new technologies
or innovations that will deliver a benefit to the Australian community." Mr
auDA Foundation rules and grant application details
According to auDA Foundation rules, eligible applicants include Australian
not-for-profit organisations, research institutions and sponsored
individuals but projects must not be for political, religious or sectarian
Importantly, not-for-profit subsidiaries of Australian businesses will also
Applications for an auDA Foundation grant will only be accepted if a
complete application is received on or before 5.00pm AEST on the 31st July